21st César Awards

21st César Awards
Date 3 February 1996
Site Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, Paris, France
Hosted by Antoine de Caunes
Best Film La Haine
Best Actor Michel Serrault
Best Actress Isabelle Adjani
Television coverage
Network Canal+

The 21st César Awards ceremony, presented by the Académie des Arts et Techniques du Cinéma, honoured the best French films of 1995 and took place on 3 February 1996 at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris. The ceremony was chaired by Philippe Noiret and hosted by Antoine de Caunes. La Haine won the award for Best Film.

Winners and nominees

Isabelle Huppert, Best Actress winner
Michel Serrault, Best Actor winner
Annie Girardot, Best Supporting Actress winner
Eddy Mitchell, Best Supporting Actor winner
Sandrine Kiberlain, Most Promising Actress winner
Guillaume Depardieu, Most Promising Actor winner

La Haine

Claude Sautet Nelly and Mr. Arnaud

Michel Serrault Nelly and Mr. Arnaud

Isabelle Huppert La Cérémonie

Eddy Mitchell Happiness Is in the Field

Annie Girardot Les Misérables

Guillaume Depardieu The Apprentices

Sandrine Kiberlain En avoir (ou pas)

French Twist Telsche Boorman and Josiane Balasko

The Three Brothers

Thierry Arbogast The Horseman on the Roof

Mathieu Kassovitz and Scott Stevenson La Haine

Pierre Gamet, Jean Goudier and Dominique Hennequin The Horseman on the Roof

Zbigniew Preisner, Serge Gainsbourg and Michel Colombier Élisa

Christian Gasc Madame Butterfly

Jean Rabasse The City of Lost Children

The Monk and the Fish

  • Le Bus
  • Roland
  • Corps inflammables

Land and Freedom

Christophe Rossignon

Lauren Bacall
Henri Verneuil

See also

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