26th César Awards

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26th César Awards
Date 24 February 2001
Site Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, Paris, France
Hosted by Édouard Baer
Highlights
Best Film The Taste of Others
Best Actor Sergi López
Best Actress Dominique Blanc
Television coverage
Network Canal+

The 26th César Awards ceremony, presented by the Académie des Arts et Techniques du Cinéma, honoured the best films of 2000 in France and took place on 24 February 2001 at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris. The ceremony was chaired by Daniel Auteuil and hosted by Édouard Baer. The Taste of Others won the award for Best Film.

Winners and nominees[edit]

Honorary César recipient Agnès Varda (bottom left) with Agnès Jaoui (centre) and Jean-Pierre Bacri (right), winners for the Best Writing award
Dominik Moll, Best Director winner
Dominique Blanc, Best Actress winner
Sergi López, Best Actor winner
Award presenters Alain Chabat and Monica Bellucci

The Taste of Others

Dominik Moll – Harry, He's Here to Help

Sergi López – Harry, He's Here to Help

Dominique Blanc – Stand-by

Gérard Lanvin – The Taste of Others

Anne Alvaro – The Taste of Others

Jalil Lespert – Human Resources

Sylvie Testud – Murderous Maids

The Taste of Others – Jean-Pierre Bacri and Agnès Jaoui

Human Resources

Agnès Godard – Beau Travail

Yannick Kergoat – Harry, He's Here to Help

François Maurel, Gérard Lamps and Gérard Hardy – Harry, He's Here to Help

Tomatito, Sheikh Ahmad Al Tuni, La Caita and Tony Gatlif – Vengo

Edith Vesperini and Jean-Daniel Vuillermoz – The King's Daughters

Jean Rabasse – Vatel

(Tie) Salam & Un petit air de fête

  • Au bout du monde
  • Le Puits

In the Mood for Love

Darry Cowl
Charlotte Rampling
Agnès Varda

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