1st César Awards

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1st César Awards
Date 3 April 1976
Site Palais des congrès, Paris, France
Host Pierre Tchernia
Highlights
Best Film Le Vieux Fusil
Best Actor Philippe Noiret
Best Actress Romy Schneider
Television coverage
Network Antenne 2
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The 1st César Awards ceremony, presented by the Académie des Arts et Techniques du Cinéma, honoured the best French films of 1975 and took place on 3 April 1976 at the Palais des congrès in Paris. The ceremony was chaired by Jean Gabin and hosted by Pierre Tchernia. Le Vieux Fusil won the award for Best Film.

Winners and nominees[edit]

The winners are denoted in bold.

Le Vieux Fusil

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Bertrand Tavernier – Let Joy Reign Supreme

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Philippe Noiret – Le Vieux Fusil

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Romy Schneider – That Most Important Thing: Love

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Jean Rochefort – Let Joy Reign Supreme

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Marie-France Pisier – Cousin, cousine and French Provincial

Let Joy Reign Supreme – Bertrand Tavernier and Jean Aurenche

François de Roubaix – Le Vieux Fusil

Sven Nykvist – Black Moon

Pierre Guffroy – Let Joy Reign Supreme

Geneviève Winding – Sept morts sur ordonnance

Nara Kollery – Black Moon

Parfum de femme (Profumo di donna)

Ingrid Bergman
Diana Ross

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