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30th César Awards

The 30th César Awards ceremony was held in 2005 and hosted by Isabelle Adjani and Gad Elmaleh. The winners (highlighted in bold) and nominees were:

Winners and nominees

Best Actor – Leading Role

Best Actor – Supporting Role

Best Actress – Leading Role

Best Actress – Supporting Role

Best Cinematography

Best Costume Design

Best Debut

Best Director

Best Editing

Best Film

Best Film – European Union

Best Foreign Film

Best Music

Best Production Design

Best Short Film

  • CousinesLyes Salem
    • Hymne à la gazelleStéphanie Duvivier
    • La méthode BourchnikovGrégoire Sivan
    • Les parallèlesNicolas Saada

Best Sound

  • The Chorus (Les choristes) – Daniel Sobrino, Nicolas Cantin, Nicolas Naegelen
    • Department 36 (36 Quai des Orfèvres) – François Maurel, Pierre Mertens, Sylvain Lasseur and Joël Rangon
    • A Very Long Engagement (Un long dimanche de fiançailles) – Vincent Arnardi, Gérard Hardy and Jean Umansky

Best Writing

Most Promising Actor

Most Promising Actress

Honorary César

External links

  • IMDb
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