César Award for Best Short Film

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The César Award for Best Short Film (French: César du meilleur court-métrage) is a category of the César Awards, France's national film award.

The winners since its inauguration in 1992 have been:[1]

1992 : 25 décembre 58, 10h36, directed by Diane Bertrand
1993 : Versailles Rive-Gauche, directed by Bruno Podalydès
1994 : Gueule d'atmosphère, directed by Olivier Péray
1995 : La Vis, directed by Didier Flamand
1996 : Le Moine et le poisson, directed by Michaël Dudok de Wit
1997 : Mme Jacques sur la croisette, directed by Emmanuel Finkiel
1998 : Des majorettes dans l'espace, directed by David Fourier
1999 : L'interview, directed by Xavier Giannoli
2000 : Sale bâtard, directed by Delphine Gleize
2001 : Salam, directed by Souad El-Bouhati
2002 : Au premier dimanche d'août, directed by Florence Miailhe
2003 : Peau de vache, directed by Gérald Hustache-Mathieu
2004 : L'homme sans tête, directed by Juan Solanas
2005 : Cousines, directed by Lyes Salem
2006 : After Shave, directed by Hany Tamba
2007 : Fais de beaux rêves, directed by Marilyne Canto
2008 : Le Mozart des Pickpockets, directed by Philippe Pollet-Villard
2009 : Les Miettes, directed by Pierre Pinaud
2010 : C'est gratuit pour les filles, directed by Claire Burger and Marie Amachoukeli
2011 : Logorama, produced by H5
2012 : L'accordeur, directed by Olivier Treiner
2013 : Le cri du homard, directed by Nicolas Guiot
2014 : Avant Que de Tout Perdre, directed by Xavier Legrand

References[edit]

  1. ^ Palmares, Académie des César, retrieved 2008-10-08 

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