29th César Awards

29th César Awards
Date 21 February 2004
Site Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris, France
Hosted by Gad Elmaleh
Best Film The Barbarian Invasions
Best Actor Omar Sharif
Monsieur Ibrahim
Best Actress Sylvie Testud
Fear and Trembling
Television coverage
Network Canal+

The 29th César Awards ceremony, presented by the Académie des Arts et Techniques du Cinéma, honoured the best films of 2003 in France and took place on 21 February 2004 at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris. The ceremony was chaired by Fanny Ardant and hosted by Gad Elmaleh. The Barbarian Invasions won the award for Best Film.

Winners and nominees

Micheline Presle, Honorary César recipient
Denys Arcand, Best Film and Best Director winner
Sylvie Testud, Best Actress winner
Omar Sharif, Best Actor winner
Julie Depardieu, Best Supporting Actress and Most Promising Actress winner
Darry Cowl, Best Supporting Actor winner

The Barbarian Invasions

Denys Arcand The Barbarian Invasions

Omar Sharif Monsieur Ibrahim

Sylvie Testud Fear and Trembling

Darry Cowl Not on the Lips

Julie Depardieu Little Lili

Gregori Derangère Bon Voyage

Julie Depardieu Little Lili

The Barbarian Invasions Denys Arcand

Good Bye, Lenin!

Since Otar Left

Thierry Arbogast Bon Voyage

Danielle Anezin, Valérie Loiseleux and Ludo Troch Un couple épatant, Cavale and Après la vie

Jean-Marie Blondel, Gérard Hardy and Gérard Lamps Not on the Lips

  • Pierre Gamet, Jean Goudier and Dominique Hennequin Bon Voyage
  • Olivier Goinard, Jean-Pierre Laforce and Jean-Paul Mugel Strayed

Benoît Charest The Triplets of Belleville

Jackie Stephens Budin Not on the Lips

Catherine Leterrier and Jacques Rouxel Bon Voyage

L'Homme sans tête

Mystic River

Micheline Presle

See also

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