Caesar 2023

After the great day lived this past January 24 with the announcement of the nominations for the 95 Oscar Awards, now it is the turn of French cinema. This January 25, the French Film Academy, which belongs to the most important European film industry, announced its nominations for the 48th César Awardswhich will take place, for the third time in a row, at the Olympia theater in Paris, February 24. Some applications that come with a strong Spanish presence.

Through an official statement published early in the morning, the French Film Academy has announced the César nominees for this 2023. There are very striking data, such as the decrease in the number of nominees for the awards. In categories such as best film, best direction, best actor, best actress, best supporting actor, best supporting actress or best foreign film, the nominations have been reduced to five, when the usual thing was to have seven candidates (except for the year 2021, marked by the pandemic).

This decrease in nominations has mainly affected the category of best direction, where, for the first time since 2014, there is no female filmmaker among the nominees. Precisely, the expansion of candidacies from five to seven allowed projects led by female directors to have more representation. Paradoxically, The absence of female filmmakers occurs the year in which the French Academy has made an important series of modifications after the severe criticism it experienced during the 2020 crisis, which ended with most of the board resigned. The reduction in nominees for best adapted screenplay is also striking, with only three candidates.

No female filmmaker has been nominated for Best Director, something that has not happened since 2014

Beyond this controversial sounding, ‘The innocent’ led with 11 nominations. The fourth feature film as a director by actor Louis Garrel has become one of the most acclaimed for the performer, who is nominated for the Best Director award for the first time. The next in number of nominations has been the thriller ‘The night of the 12th’, one of the great box office and critical successes of the year, close to three million euros and 500,000 viewers. Opt for ten awards.

This 48th edition has stood out for having a Spanish presence. Finally, Albert Serra has managed to be recognized by the French Academy. His latest feature film, ‘Pacifiction’, considered the most accessible of his filmography, has received nine nominations, including best film, best director and best actor. It should be remembered that Serra’s film is essentially a French productionin which Spanish participation has been a minority, despite the nationality of its director. Mention also for ‘As bestas’, by Rodrigo Sorogoyenwhich has earned a nomination for best foreign film.


The actor Tahar Rahim will be the president of the ceremony that, for the first time, will not have a master of ceremonies. There will be nine actors who will replace the work of the conductor, with Emmanuelle Devos, Léa Drucker, Eye Haïdara, Leïla Bekhti, Jérôme Commandeur, Ahmed Sylla, Jamel Debbouze, Alex Lutz and Raphaël Personnaz as entertainers of the gala.

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Complete list of nominees for the César 2023

Best film

– ‘The Innocent’, by Louis Garrel

– ‘The night of the 12th’, by Dominik Moll

– ‘The Amandiers’, by Valeria Bruni Tedeschi

– ‘Pacifiction’, by Albert Serra

– ‘One step forward’, by Cédric Klapisch

best direction

– Cédric Klapisch, for ‘One Step Forward’

– Louis Garrel, for ‘The Innocent’

– Cédric Jimenez, for ‘Novembre’

– Dominik Moll, for ‘The Night of the 12th’

-Albert Serra, for ‘Pacifiction’

best Actor

– Jean Dujardin, for ‘November’

– Louis Garrel, for ‘The Innocent’

– Vincent Macaigne, for ‘Chronicle of an Ephemeral Love’

– Benoît Magimel, for ‘Pacifiction’

– Denis Ménochet, for ‘Peter von Kant’

Best actress

– Fanny Ardant, for ‘The Young Lovers’

– Juliette Binoche, for ‘On a Dock in Normandy’

– Laure Calamy, for ‘Full Time’

– Virginie Efira, for ‘Memories of Paris’

– Adèle Exarchopoulos, for ‘Low Cost Generation’

Best Supporting Actor

– François Civil, for ‘One Step Forward’

– Bouli Lanners, for ‘The Night of the 12th’

– Micha Lescot, for ‘Les Amandiers’

– Pio Marmaï, for ‘One step forward’

– Roschdy Zem, for ‘The Innocent’

Best Supporting Actress

– Judith Chemla, for ‘Le Sixième Enfnat’

– Anaïs Demoustier, for ‘Novembre’

– Anouk Grinberg, for ‘The Innocent’

– Lyna Khoudri, for ‘November’

– Noémie Merlant, for ‘The Innocent’

Best Original Screenplay

– ‘Full Time’, by Éric Gravel

– ‘The innocent’, by Louis Garrel, Tanguy Viel and Naïla Guiguet

– ‘Les Amandiers’, by Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Noémie Lvovsky and Agnès de Sacy

– ‘Saint Omer’, by Alice Diop, Amrita David and Marie Ndiaye

– ‘One step forward’, by Cédric Klapisch and Santiago Amigorena

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Best Adapted Screenplay

– ‘Cut!’, by Michel Hazanavicius

– ‘The night of the 12th’, by Gilles Marchand and Dominik Moll

– ‘A scandal of the State’, by Thierry de Peretti and Jeanne Aptekman

Best First Feature

– ‘Bruno Reidal. Confession of a murderer’, by Vincent Le Port

– ‘Falcon Lake’, by Charlotte Le Bon

– ‘Le Sixième Enfant’, by Léopold Legrand

– ‘Les Pires’, by Lise Akoka and Romane Gueret

– ‘Saint Omer’, by Alice Diop

Best New Actor

– Bastien Bouillon, for ‘The Night of the 12th’

– Stefan Crepon, for ‘Peter von Kant’

– Dimitri Doré, by ‘Bruno Reidal. Confession of a murderer’

– Paul Kircher, for ‘Dialogue with Life’

– Aliocha Reinert, for ‘Petite nature’

Best New Actress

– Marion Barbeau, for ‘One Step Forward’

– Guslagie Malanda, for ‘Saint Omer’

– Rebecca Marder, for ‘Une jeune fille qui va bien’

– Nadia Tereszkiewicz, for ‘Les Amandiers’

– Mallory Wanecque, for ‘Les Pires’

best animated film

– ‘Little Nicolas’, by Amandine Fredon and Benjamin Massoubre

– ‘Ernest & Célestine: Le Voyage en Charabie’, by Jean-Christophe Roger and Julien Chheng

– ‘Ma famille afghane’, by Michaela Pavlatova

best documentary film

– ‘Allons enfants’, by Thierry Demaizière and Alban Teurlai

– ‘Jane for Charlotte’, by Charlotte Gainsbourg

– ‘Le Chêne’, by Laurent Charbonnier and Michel Seydoux

– ‘The Super 8 Years’, by Annie Ernaux and Davie Ernaux-Briot

– ‘Return to Reims’, by Jean-Gabriel Périot

best foreign film

– ‘As bestas’, by Rodrigo Sorogoyen (Spain)

– ‘Close’, by Lukas Dhont (Belgium)

– ‘Conspiracy in El Cair’, by Tarik Saleh (Sweden)

– ‘The triangle of sadness’, by Ruben Östlund (Sweden)

– ‘Eo’, by Jerzy Skolimowski (Poland)

best photography

– ‘The Night of the 12th’ – Patrick Ghiringhelli

– ‘Les Amandiers’ – Julien Poupard

– ‘Pacifiction’ – Artur Tort

– ‘Saint Omer’ – Claire Mathon

– ‘One Step Forward’ – Alexis Kavyrchine

Best Costume Design

– ‘Couleurs de l’incendie’ – Piere-Jean Larroque

– ‘The Innocent’ – Corinne Bruand

– ‘Waiting for Mr. Bojangles’ – Emmanuelle Youchnovski

– ‘Les Amandiers’ – Caroline de Vivaise

– ‘Pacifiction’ – Praxèdes de Vilallonga

– ‘Simone, the woman of the century’ – Gigi Lepage

Best Production Design

– ‘Couleurs de l’incendie’ – Sébastien Birchler

– ‘The night of the 12th’ – Michel Barthélémy

– ‘Les Amandiers’ – Emmanuelle Duplay

– ‘Pacifiction’ – Sébastien Vogler

– ‘Simone, the woman of the century’ – Christian Marti

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best mount

– ‘Full-time’ – Mathilde Van de Moortel

– ‘The Innocent’ – Pierre Deschamps

– ‘The night of the 12th’ – Laurent Rouan

– ‘November’ – Laure Gardette

– ‘One Step Forward’ – Anne-Sophie Bion

better sound

– ‘The Innocent’ – Laurent Benaïm, Alexis Meynet and Olivier Guillaume

– ‘The Night of the 12th’ – François Maurel, Olivier Mortier and Luc Thomas

– ‘Novembre’ – Cédric Deloche, Alexis Place Gwennolé Le Borgne and Marc Doisne

– ‘Pacifiction’ – Jordi Ribas, Benjamin Laurent and Bruno Tarrière

– ‘One Step Forward’ – Cyril Moisson, Nicolas Moreau and Cyril Holtz

better visual effects

– ‘Notre Dame Burns’ – Laurens Ehrmann

– ‘Smoking causes coughing’ – Sébastien Rame

– ‘The Five Devils’ – Guillaume Marien

– ‘November’ – Mikaël Tanguy

– ‘Pacifiction’ – Marco Del Bianco

Best Original Score

– ‘Full-time’ – Irène Drésel

– ‘Cut!’ – Alexandre Desplat

– ‘The Innocent’ – Grégoire Hetzel

– ‘The night of the 12th’ – Olivier Marguerit

– ‘The Night Passengers’ – Anton Sanko

– ‘Pacifiction’ – Marc Verdaguer and Joe Robinson

Caesar of students

– ‘The Innocent’, by Louis Garrel

– ‘The night of the 12th’, by Dominik Moll

– ‘The Amandiers’, by Valeria Bruni Tedeschi

– ‘Pacifiction’, by Albert Serra

– ‘One step forward’, by Cédric Klapisch

Best Fiction Short Film

– ‘Haut les c?urs’, by Adrian Moyse Dullin

– ‘Le Roi David’, by Lila Pinell

– ‘Les Vertueses’, by Stéphanie Halfon

– ‘Partir un jour’, by Amélie Bonnin

Best documentary short

– ‘Churchill, Polar Bear Town’, by Anabelle Amoros

– ‘Écoutez le battement de nos images’, by Audrey Jean-Baptiste and Maxime Jean-Baptiste

– ‘Marie Schneider, 1983’, by Élisabeth Subrin

Best animated short film

– ‘Câline’, by Margot Reumont

– ‘La Vie Sexuelle de Mamie’, by Urska Djukic and Émilie Pigeard

– ‘Noir-Soleil’, by Marie Larrivé

Caesar of Honor

-David Fincher

Films by number of nominations

– ‘The innocent’: 11 nominations

– ‘The night of the 12th’: 10 nominations

– ‘Pacifiction’: 9 nominations

– ‘One step forward’: 9 nominations

– ‘The Amandiers’: 7 nominations

– ‘November’: 7 nominations

– ‘Full-time’: 4 nominations

– ‘Saint Omer’: 4 nominations

– ‘Bruno Reidal. Confession of a murderer’: 2 nominations

– ‘Cut!’: 2 nominations

– ‘Couleurs de l’incendie’: 2 nominations

– ‘Le Sixième Enfant’: 2 nominations

– ‘Les Pires’: 2 nominations

– ‘Peter von Kant’: 2 nominations

– ‘Simone, the woman of the century’: 2 nominations

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