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Cesar Award

The César Award is the national film award of France first given out in 1975. The nominations are made by the members of the Académie des Arts et Techniques du Cinema.

The nationally televised award ceremony is held in the Théatre du Châtelet, in Paris each February.

The name of the award comes from the sculptor, César Baldaccini[?] (1921-1998). The trophies are actual sculptures of the artist.

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Best Picture Awards

1976 : Le vieux fusil[?] directed by Robert Enrico[?]
1977 : Mr. Klein[?] (Monsieur Klein) directed by Joseph Losey
1978 : Providence (Providence) directed by Alain Resnais
1979 : Other People's Money[?] (L'argent des autres) directed by Christian de Chalonge[?]
1980 : Tess (Tess) directed by Roman Polanski
1981 : The Last Metro[?] (Le dernier métro) directed by François Truffaut
1982 : Quest for Fire (La guerre du feu) directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud[?]
1983 : La balance[?] directed by Bob Swaim[?]
1984 : Le bal[?] directed by Ettore Scola[?]
       : To Our Loves[?] (A nos amours) directed by Maurice Pialat
1985 : My New Partner[?] (Les ripoux) directed by Claude Zidi[?]
1986 : Three Men and a Cradle[?] (Trois hommes et un couffin) directed by Coline Serreau[?]
1987 : Thérèse[?] (Thérèse) directed by Alain Cavalier[?]
1988 : Goodbye Children[?] (Au revoir les enfants) directed by Louis Malle[?]
1989 : Camille Claudel (Camille Claudel) directed by Bruno Nuytten[?]
1990 : Too Beautiful for You[?] (Trop belle pour toi) directed by Bertrand Blier
1991 : Cyrano de Bergerac[?] (Cyrano de Bergerac) directed by Jean-Paul Rappeneau[?]
1992 : All the Mornings of the World[?] (Tous les matins du monde) directed by Alain Corneau[?]
1993 : Savage Nights[?] (Les nuits fauves) directed by Cyril Collard[?]
1994 : Smoking/No smoking[?] (Smoking/No smoking) directed by Alain Resnais
1995 : Wild Reeds[?] (Les roseaux sauvages) directed by André Téchiné[?]
1996 : La haine[?] directed by Matthieu Kassovitz[?]
1997 : Ridicule (Ridicule) directed by Patrice Leconte[?]
1998 : Same Old Song[?] (On connaît la chanson) directed by Alain Resnais
1999 : The Dreamlife of Angels[?] (La vie rêvée des anges) directed by Erick Zonca[?]
2000 : Venus Beauty Institute[?] (Venus beauté (Institut)) directed by Tonie Marshall[?]
2001 : The Taste of Others[?] (Le Goût des autres) directed by Agnès Jaoui[?]
2002 : Amélie (Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain) directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet
2003 : The Pianist (Le pianiste) directed by Roman Polanski

See also: List of prizes, medals, and awards, Film festival

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