41st César Awards

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41st César Awards
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Official poster featuring a photo of Juliette Binoche during the shooting of the 1996 film The English Patient
Date 26 February 2016
Site Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris, France
Hosted by Florence Foresti
Highlights
Best Film Fatima
Best Actor Vincent Lindon
The Measure of a Man
Best Actress Catherine Frot
Marguerite
Most awards Mustang and Marguerite (4)
Most nominations Marguerite and My Golden Days (11)
Television coverage
Network Canal+

The 41st César Awards ceremony, presented by the Académie des Arts et Techniques du Cinéma, was held on 26 February 2016, at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris to honour the best French films of 2015. The ceremony was presided by Claude Lelouch,[1] with Florence Foresti hosting the ceremony for the first time.[2][3]

The nominations were announced on 27 January 2016 by Academy president Alain Terzian and awards ceremony host Florence Foresti. Marguerite and My Golden Days tied for the most nominations with eleven each.[4][5][6]

In related events, the César & Techniques 2016 ceremony was held on 4 January 2016.[7] On 22 February 2016, in a ceremony at the Hôtel George-V, the Prix Daniel Toscan du Plantier for producers of the year went to Pascal Caucheteux and Grégoire Sorlat of Why Not Productions (My Golden Days, Dheepan, The Sweet Escape and The Price of Fame).[8]

Mustang and Marguerite won four awards each. Other films with multiple awards include Fatima with three, and Standing Tall with two, with the former film winning the Best Film honour.[9][10]

Winners and nominees[edit]

Claude Lelouch, President of the ceremony.
Philippe Faucon, director and writer of Fatima, won the César Awards for Best Film and Best Adaptation.
Vincent Lindon, Best Actor winner.
Catherine Frot, Best Actress winner.
Sidse Babett Knudsen, Best Supporting Actress winner.
Benoît Magimel, Best Supporting Actor winner.
Rod Paradot, Most Promising Actor winner.
Zita Hanrot, Most Promising Actress winner.
Warren Ellis, Best Original Music winner.
Michael Douglas, Honorary César recipient.

Fatima

Arnaud Desplechin – My Golden Days

Vincent Lindon – The Measure of a Man

Catherine Frot – Marguerite

Benoît Magimel – Standing Tall

Sidse Babett Knudsen – Courted

Rod Paradot – Standing Tall

Zita Hanrot – Fatima

Mustang – Deniz Gamze Ergüven and Alice Winocour

Fatima – Philippe Faucon

Mustang - Deniz Gamze Ergüven

Christophe Offenstein – Valley of Love

Mathilde Van de Moortel – Mustang

Best Sound
(presented by Audrey Lamy)

François Musy and Gabriel Hafner – Marguerite

  • Daniel Sobrino, Valérie Deloof and Cyril Holtz – Dheepan
  • Nicolas Provost, Agnès Ravez and Emmanuel Croset – Mon roi
  • Ibrahim Gök, Damien Guillaume and Olivier Goinard – Mustang
  • Nicolas Cantin, Sylvain Malbrant and Stéphane Thiébaut – My Golden Days

Warren Ellis – Mustang

Best Costume Design
(presented by Grégoire Ludig and David Marsais)

Pierre-Jean Larroque – Marguerite

Martin Kurel – Marguerite

Demain

The Little Prince

Best Animated Short Film
(presented by Hippolyte Girardot)

Sunday Lunch

  • La Nuit américaine d'Angélique
  • Sous tes doigts
  • Tigre à la queu leu leu

Back Alley

  • The Last of the Frenchmen
  • Essaie de mourir jeune
  • Guy Môquet
  • Mon héros

Birdman

Michael Douglas

Performer[edit]

Name(s) Performed
Christine and the Queens "It's Only Mystery" from the film Subway

Multiple nominations and awards[edit]

The following films received multiple nominations:

Nominations Film
11 Marguerite
My Golden Days
9 Dheepan
Mustang
8 Standing Tall
Mon roi
4 Fatima
Cowboys
3 Diary of a Chambermaid
The Measure of a Man
Valley of Love
2 L'Affaire SK1
Summertime
Courted
L'Odeur de la mandarine

The following films received multiple awards:

Awards Film
4 Marguerite
Mustang
3 Fatima
2 Standing Tall

Viewers[edit]

The show was followed by 2.5 millions of viewers. This corresponds to 11.9% of the audience.[11]

See also[edit]

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