May 23, 2022

which 2022 nominations? The full list of movies

CESAR 2022. The nominations for the next Cesar ceremony were announced this Wednesday, January 26. The event will be held on February 25. Discover the list of films in competition.

[Mis à jour le 26 janvier 2022 à 10h33] Which French films have marked the year 2022 and will therefore receive the approval of the Académie des César? This is what we will find out today: the list of nominations for the next ceremony was unveiled this Wednesday, February 26, 2022, on the website of the Academy of Cinema Arts and Techniques.

The announcement of the nominations for the 47th Cesar ceremony is made less than a month before the event. The latter is indeed held on February 25, 2022. As every year, the award ceremony for the best of French cinema will be broadcast unencrypted and live on Canal + from 9 p.m. Below, find the list of César nominations.

The Academy has unveiled the list of nominations for the 47th Cesar ceremony this Wednesday, January 26, 2022. In total, “Illusions perdus” dominates with 15 nominations and is the big favorite of the year 2022. He is followed by “Annette ” (11 nominations), “Aline” (10 nominations) and “Bac Nord” (7 nominations). “Titanium”, Palme d’Or at the last Cannes Film Festival, received “only” four nominations, and does not appear in the César list for best film. Below, discover the films in competition:

Cesar for Best Film

  • Aline
  • Annette
  • North ferry
  • The event
  • The divide
  • Lost Illusions”Onoda, 10,000 Nights in the Jungle

Cesar for Best Director

  • Valérie Lemercier for “Aline”
  • Leos Carax for “Annette”
  • Cedric Jimenez for “Bac Nord”
  • Audrey Diwan for “The Event”
  • Xavier Giannoli for “Lost Illusions”
  • Arthur Harari for “Onoda, 10,000 Nights in the Jungle”
  • Julia Ducournau for “Titanium”

Cesar for Best Actress

  • Leïla Bekhti, “Les Intranquilles”
  • Valéria Bruni Tedeschi, “La Fracture”
  • Virginie Efira, “Benedetta”
  • Vicky Krieps, “Serre moi fort”
  • Valerie Lemercier “Aline”
  • Lea Seydoux, France

Cesar for best actor

  • Damien Bonnard, “The Intranquilles”
  • Adam Driver, “Annette”
  • Gilles Lellouche, “North Bac”
  • Vincent Macaigne, “Night doctor”
  • Benoît Magimel, “In his lifetime”
  • Pio Marmaï, “The Fracture”
  • Pierre Niney, “Black box”

César Award for Best Supporting Actress

  • Jeanne Balibar, “Lost Illusions”
  • Cécile de France, “Lost Illusions”
  • Aissatou Diallo Sagna, “The Fracture”
  • Adele Exarchopoulos, “Mandibles”
  • Danielle Fichaud, “Aline”

César Award for Best Supporting Actor

  • François Civil, “North Bac”
  • Xavier Dolan, “Lost Illusions”
  • Vincent Lacoste, “Lost Illusions”
  • Karim Leklou, “North Bac”
  • Sylvain Marcel, “Aline”

César Award for Best Female Hope

  • Noée Abita, “Slalom”
  • Salomé Dewaels, “Lost Illusions”
  • Agathe Rousselle, “Titanium”
  • Anamaria Vartolomei, “The Event”
  • Lucie Zhang, “The Olympiads”

César for the best male hope

  • Sandor Funtek, “Supreme”
  • Sami Outalbali, “A story of love and desire”
  • Timotée Robart, “The Magnetics”
  • Makita Samba, “The Olympics”
  • Benjamin Voisin, “Lost Illusions”

César Award for Best Original Screenplay

  • Aline
  • Annette
  • Black Box
  • The divide
  • Onoda, 10,000 nights in the jungle

César Award for Best Adaptation

  • human things
  • The event
  • lost illusions
  • The Olympiads
  • Hug me tight

Caesar of the best costumes

  • Aline
  • Annette
  • Delicious
  • Eiffel
  • lost illusions

Caesar of the best decorations

  • Aline
  • Annette
  • Delicious
  • Eiffel
  • lost illusions

César Award for Best Cinematography

  • Annette
  • lost illusions
  • The Olympiads
  • Onoda, 10,000 nights in the jungle
  • Titanium

César for Best Editing

  • Annette
  • North ferry
  • Black Box
  • The divide
  • lost illusions

César Award for Best Visual Effects

  • Aline
  • Annette
  • Eiffel
  • Lost Illusions
  • Titanium

César for best sound

  • Aline
  • Annette
  • Black Box
  • lost illusions
  • Magnetic

César Award for Best Original Score

  • Annette
  • North ferry
  • North Box
  • The Olympiads
  • The Snow Panther

Cesar for Best First Film

  • Gagarin
  • Magnetics
  • The Cloud
  • The Snow Panther
  • Slalom

César Award for Best Animated Film (Feature)

  • Even mice go to heaven
  • The Summit of the Gods
  • Crossing

César Award for Best Animated Short Film

  • Empty Places
  • Soft Madness, Hard Madness
  • The world itself
  • Precious

Cesar for best foreign film

  • “Compartment No. 6
  • Drive My Car
  • First Cow
  • Julie (in 12 chapters)
  • Tehran Law
  • Parallel Mothers
  • The Father

César for best short fiction film

  • The tender age
  • Departure
  • good people
  • The bad boys
  • Black Soldier

César Award for Best Documentary Short Film

  • America
  • Antelopes
  • The End of Kings
  • Maelbeek

Cesar for Best Documentary Film

  • Animal
  • Bigger Than Us
  • Stand up women
  • gallant indies
  • The Snow Panther

Everything you need to know about the Caesars

Since 1976, the César du cinema ceremony has rewarded the best of the French seventh art. Prizes are awarded each year in Paris by the Académie des César, also called the Academy of Cinema Arts and Techniques. It was the sculptor César who made the trophy, which has the shape of compressions of metal objects. Each year, between February and March, the ceremony is often broadcast live and unencrypted on the Canal+ channel. Among the most awarded films in the history of the Césars, there are The Last Metro and Cyrano de Bergerac (ten awards each), A Prophet (9 awards), Beating my heart stopped (8 awards). The next edition will take place on February 25, 2022.

The date of the César 2022 was made official by Canal + at the same time as the appointment of its master of ceremonies. Antoine de Caunes will present the evening on the channel, unencrypted and live, on Friday February 25, 2022 from 9 p.m. It will precede the Oscars ceremony, scheduled for March 27, by one month.

Danièle Thompson president, Antoine de Caunes master of ceremonies

The Academy announced on Tuesday that screenwriter and director Danièle Thompson has been chosen as president of the César 2022. In parallel with Danièle Thompson’s opening speech, Antoine de Caunes will lend himself to the difficult exercise of hosting the César 2022 ceremony. He succeeds Marina Foïs as master of ceremonies. This is the tenth time that Antoine de Caunes has donned the costume of loyal master of the Caesars, becoming the personality most in demand to animate the ceremony. The last time he presented the César dates back to 2013.

We do not yet know the winners of the César 2022. During the last edition of the ceremony, Adieu les cons was crowned the big winner of the evening, having won seven statuettes, including the César for best film, best director and Best Supporting Actor for Nicolas Marié. Laure Calamy (Antoinette in the Cévennes) was named Best Actress while Sami Bouajila won the César for Best Actor for Un fils, the second César of his career. Emilie Dequenne also won the César for Best Supporting Actress for The Things We Say, The Things We Do, and the prizes for Best Hopes were awarded to Jean-Pascal Zadi (Just Black ) and Fathia Youssouf (Mignonnes). Adolescentes was also awarded three times. Below, the complete winners of the César 2021:

  • Best film : Goodbye idiots
  • Best Achievement: Albert Dupontel, Goodbye idiots
  • Best actor : Sami Bouajila, A son
  • Best Actress: Laure Calamy, Antoinette in the Cevennes
  • Best Supporting Actress: Emilie Dequenne, The things we say, the things we do
  • Best Supporting Actor: Nicolas Married, Goodbye idiots
  • Most promising Actress : Fathia Youssouf, Cuties
  • Best Male Hope: Jean-Pascal Zadi, Simply Black
  • Best Original Screenplay: Goodbye idiots
  • Best adaptation: The girl with the bracelet
  • Best costumes: The good wife
  • Best sets: Goodbye idiots
  • Best Cinematography: Goodbye idiots
  • Best editing: Teenagers
  • Best Sound: Teenagers
  • Best Original Score: The night came
  • Best first film: Of them
  • Best Animated Feature Film: Josep
  • Best Animated Short Film: bear time
  • Best foreign film: Drunk
  • Best short film: It doesn’t matter if the beasts die
  • Best Documentary: Teenagers
  • Cesar of high school students: Goodbye idiots
  • Honorary Caesar: Jean-Pierre Bacri (posthumous)
  • Caesar birthday: the troop of the Splendid

The Césars are traditionally broadcast on Canal ++, live and unencrypted. There is therefore no need to subscribe to Canal+ offers to enjoy the evening. If you want to watch the last Cesar ceremony in replay, know that it is available the day after its broadcast on MyCanal, and accessible via computer, tablet or smartphone.