Saturday, February 27, 2016

“Fatima” and diversity celebrated the 41st César – Le Point

“Fatima” César Award for Best Film, and the Franco-Turkish “Mustang”, two works under the banner of diversity, have been amply rewarded Friday the 41st Cesar Awards ceremony alongside Catherine Frot and Vincent Lindon .

more than 2.5 million viewers watched Friday night’s broadcast of the 41st Cesar Awards ceremony, about 100,000 more than in 2015, announced Saturday string.

“Fatima” by Philippe Faucon, touching portrait of a Maghreb maid who raises her two daughters, received three awards, including the prestigious trophy for best film. He also received the César Award for Most Promising Actress for Zita Hanrot, and the adaptation of the best.

“I can scarcely believe I’m here now. I owe a lot to the three great interpreters of + Fatima ‘, “said Philippe Faucon.

“I welcome very low Loubna Abidar (persecuted in Morocco for his role in + Much Loved +) who does not play in + Fatima + but to whom I paid tribute,” he said.

Another favorite of the more rhythmic evening than usual, “Mustang” of the Franco-Turkish Deniz Gamze Ergüven story of five teenage sisters we want forced marriage in a village in Turkey received four trophies.

This ode to freedom, who will represent France at the Oscars Sunday night won the César Award for best first Feature Film, best screenplay, best editing and best music.

“It’s a huge honor,” said Deniz Gamze Ergüven.

“The French cinema in all its diversity looks at the world with eyes wide open as shown by the 41st Cesar Awards ceremony (…) The prize honors acuity and diversity of our cinema, “said the new Minister of Culture, Audrey Azoulay, present at the Chatelet.

” Marguerite “by Xavier Giannoli portrait of a diva’s voice pan is the another winner of the evening. He won four awards, including Best Actress for Catherine Frot, and those best costume, best decorated and best sound

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“Many people told me that it was a reward for the role. So it Caesar, I owe it to Marguerite herself, or rather the one who reinvented Giannoli “said the bubbly Catherine Frot receiving his price, having sung the song “If you want, Marguerite.”

It was preferred to the French-Algerian Soria Zeroual, housekeeper in life, in “Fatima”, or the Moroccan actress Lubna Abidar for her role as a prostitute in “Much Loved”.

the Cesar for best actor returned to Vincent Lindon, favorite, for its unemployed person humiliated in “the law of the market” of Brizé Stéphane, who had already earned her the Best Actress award at Cannes in 2015.

“I am extremely touched you to give me this award tonight. I try to be aware of what it ‘ is to see you here (from the scene of the Châtelet). This is the first time, “he said, receiving his first Caesar.

A wide range of films were honored during the evening, which also crowned best director Arnaud Desplechin for “Three memories of my youth.”

Two actors from “high Head”, the young Rod Paradot, best male Newcomer and Benoît Magimel, best Supporting actor, also received awards, while the actress from “L’Hermine” Sidse Babett Knudsen received the Cesar for best supporting actress.

the film “Birdman” by Mexican director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, black comedy with fantastic accents with Michael Keaton got the César award for best foreign Film.

“the Little Prince” by Mark Osborne, adaptation of the famous tale of Saint-Exupéry, won the award for best animated film, and “Tomorrow” Cyril Dion Mélanie Laurent and best documentary.

the Palme d’or last Cannes Film Festival, “dheepan” by Jacques Audiard, walked away empty-handed.

for the second time in his career, an Honorary César was awarded to the American actor Michael Douglas, 71, who thanked a sound “Vive la France”, in a speech entirely in french.

27 / 02/2016 12:44:13 – Paris (AFP) – AFP © 2016


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