World César 2021. The cinemas are closed, small committee ceremony Friday
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Crash-test for the Caesars: moribund data Last year, the French cinema awards night, Friday March 12, 2021, wants to prove that it has survived its existential crisis, and the pandemic. Without giving up dreaming, while the dark rooms are always closed.
It will take all the talent of Marina Foïs, mistress of ceremonies of the 46th edition of the, to make the (rare) public of the Olympia smile on Friday March 12, 2021.
In the room, pandemic obliges, no big reunion for the family of the: only the nominees of each category, the presenters of each César and the honored personalities are invited.
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But it will not be "not an evening to pamper" , promised the mistress of ceremonies, supported in writing by Blanche Gardin and Laurent Lafitte, full of irony: "it is all the same at funerals that the 'we laugh the most' .
ceremony To brighten up the evening, a birthday César will be awarded to a group of happy sixties, the troupe of Splendid (Christian Clavier, Gérard Jugnot, Thierry Lhermitte, Michel Blanc, Josiane Balasko…) authors of monuments of laughter, Les Bronzés au Père Noël is rubbish.
But the hearts of the cinema world are still in despair, which still despairs of getting the slightest signal that theaters are reopening, a year after the government’s first decision to turn off the spotlight.
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In terms of rewards, a trio of films are in the lead.
Big favorite with 13 nominations, The things we say, the things we do, by Emmanuel Mouret, tireless explorer of the feeling of love, can hope, in addition to the title of best film, that of best actress (Camélia Jordana) and best actor (Niels Schneider).
Are also very well placed Eté 85, by François Ozon, filmmaker often named and never rewarded, as well as Adieu les Cons, by Albert Dupontel, in the direction and in the interpretation, with Virginie Efira, in the running for the César for best actress.
In all categories, rising values (director Caroline Vignal and actress Laure Calamy for Antoinette in the Cévennes, actor Jonathan Cohen in Huge) rub shoulders with older backpackers from the cinema (actor Lambert Wilson for De Gaulle, or actress Barbara Sukowa for Deux, awarded at Cannes 35 years ago)…
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© Antoine Henault Feu's third album! Chatterton was produced by Arnaud Rebotini, who received a César for the music for the film “120 beats per minute” Coup de feu, coup de cœur. Fire! Chatterton has never lived up to its name so well. His third album, which comes out this Friday, is burning with life, with topicality. "Goodbye old world adored / A forgotten image / On a piece of paper. »« A new world / We all dreamed of it / But what did we know how to do with our hands? They sing.
The selection was extremely limited this year, because only the films released indoors in 2020, spent between the drops of months of confinement, could compete.
But the gist will not necessarily be there: The Caesars also have to prove that they were transformed after a historic crisis last year.One year after the Polanski controversy
Against a backdrop of controversy over Roman Polanski, the Academy, accused of being self-sufficient and opaque, had seen its management resign two weeks before the ceremony. Who had awarded the Franco-Polish filmmaker best director for Jaccuse, on the Dreyfus affair.
Indignant, actress Adèle Haenel left the ceremony with a crash, denouncing the coronation of a filmmaker who faces charges of rape.
48 hours later, a resounding column by author Virginie Despentes at Liberation, entitled "We get up, and we leave! »Finished driving the last nail in the coffin of the Caesars, old version.A renewal, what renewal?
The institution has since been completely overhauled, with more transparent and democratic processes, under the aegis of a whole new management, entrusted to Véronique Cayla and director Éric Toledano.
The choice of Marina Foïs as mistress of ceremonies, feminist actress and at the forefront of the denunciation of the practices of the old management, is not neutral. The audience, which peaked at over 2 million viewers last year, will follow?
Price level, despite the facelift of the Caesars, the revival may still be delayed: on the parity side, only one woman is nominated in the queen category of "best film", Caroline Vignal, as for "best achievement" (Maïwenn for his DNA film).
As for diversity, especially ethnic diversity, another hot topic, it should only appear in homeopathic doses, one year after Ladj Ly's coronation of Les Misérables, as best film.
Back to the substance! .
New Work © César Béjar Mar plus Ask Blood-red tiles, photos of bullfighters, and even a bar counter were among the objects found behind the plasterboard walls. “Immediately after signing the purchase agreement, we tore off hideous wall coverings with enthusiasm - and discovered a complete counter behind it,” says Mar Vicens Fuster and laughs.