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2013 César Awards Winners

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2013 César Awards Winners

César Awards 2013 Let’s take a little trip to France! It’s time to see who was lucky enough to win some awards at the 37th Annual César Awards ceremony, presented by the French Academy of Cinema Arts and Techniques. As you already know, we’re talking about France’s equivalent to the Oscar, so who knows – maybe you’ll find some interesting prediction(s) for the 85th Academy Awards in the rest of this report as well! As you’re about to see from the full list of winners, the big winner of the night was definitely Michael Haneke‘s Amour which won best film, best actor (Jean-Louis Trintignant), best actress (Emmanuelle Riva), and best director. Haneke’s drama about love and death beat out other best film contenders Jacques Audiard‘s Rust and Bone, Leos Carax’s Holy Motors, Francois Ozon‘s In the House and What’s in a Name by Alexandre de la Patelliere and Matthieu Delaporte. Jacques Audiard’s Rust & Bone was also a big winner with four prizes – the drama earned breakthrough thesp for Matthias Schoenaerts, adapted screenplay (for Audiard and Thomas Bigedain), score (Alexandre Desplat) and editing (Juliette Welfling). Let’s not forget Ben Affleck and his Argo which won best foreign film over Michael R. Roskam’s Bullhead, Xavier Dolan’s Laurence Anyways, Joachim Trier’s Oslo, August 31st, Ken Loach’s The Angels’ Share and Nikolaj Arcel’s A Royal Affair. Here’s the full list of winners: Best Picture “Amour” Best Director Michael Haneke, “Amour” Best Actor Jean-Louis Trintignant, “Amour” Best Actress Emmanuelle Riva, “Amour” Best Supporting Actress Valérie Benguigui, “What’s In A Name” Best Supporting Actor Guillaume de Tonquedec, “What’s In A Name” Best Adapted Screenplay “Rust and Bone” Best Original Screenplay “Amour” Best Art Direction “Farewell, My Queen” Best Cinematography “Farewell, My Queen” Best Costumes “Farewell, My Queen” Best Editing “Rust and Bone” Best Original Score “Rust and Bone” Best Sound “Cloclo” Best Animated Film “Ernest and Celestine” Best Documentary “Les Invisibles” Best Foreign Film “Argo” Best Short Film “Le Cri Du Homard” Best First Film Louise Wimmer, “Cyril Mennegun” Best Newcomer (Female) Izia Higelin, “Mauvaise Fille” Best Newcomer (Male) Matthias Schoenaerts, “Rust and Bone”

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