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Honorary César

The César Award is France's national film award. Recipients are selected by the members of the Académie des Arts et Techniques du Cinema. The following are the recipients of the honorary César award since 1976.

Year Laureater Profession Country
1976 Ingrid Bergman Actress Sweden
1977 Henri Langlois Film Archivist France
Jacques Tati Actor, Director France
1978 Robert Dorfmann Producer France
1979 Marcel Carné Director and Screenwriter France
Charles Vanel France
Walt Disney USA
1980 Pierre Braunberger Producer, Director and Actor France
Louis de Funès Actor and Comedian France
Kirk Douglas Actor, Director and Producer USA
1981 Marcel Pagnol Director France
1982 Georges Dancigers Producer Russia/France
Alexandre Mnouchkine Producer Russia/France
1983 Raimu France
1984 René Clément Director and Screenwriter France
Georges de Beauregard Producer France
Edwige Feuillère Actress and Screenwriter France
1985 Christian-Jaque Director and Screenwriter France
Danielle Darrieux Actress France
Christine Gouze-Rénal Producer and Actress France
Alain Poiré Producer and Screenwriter France
1986 Cinémathèque française Film Institut France
Bette Davis Actress and Producer USA
Jean Delannoy Director, Screenwriter and Producer France
René Ferracci Designer France
Shoah Documentary Feature of Claude Lanzmann from 1985 France
1987 Etablissement cinématographique des Armées Movie Archive France
Yves Allégret Director and Producer France
Jean Gabin Actor France
Jean-Luc Godard Director, Screenwriter and Actor France
1988 Serge Silberman Producer and Screenwriter Russia/France
1989 Bernard Blier Actor France
Paul Grimault Director, Screenwriter and Actor France
1990 Philippe Dormoy Actor, Director and Screenwriter France
Gérard Philipe Actor and Comedian France
1991 Jean-Pierre Aumont Actor and Screenwriter France
Sophia Loren Actress Italy
1992 Michèle Morgan Actress France
Sylvester Stallone Actor, Screenwriter, Director and Producer USA
1993 Jean Marais Actor France
Marcello Mastroianni Actor Italy
Gérard Oury Actor, Screenwriter and Director France
1994 Jean Carmet Actor and Screenwriter France
1995 Jeanne Moreau Actress, Screenwriter and Director France
Gregory Peck Actor and Producer USA
Steven Spielberg Director, Producer and Screenwriter USA
1996 Lauren Bacall Actress USA
Henri Verneuil Director, Screenwriter, Actor and Producer France
1997 Charles Aznavour Actor, Composer, Singer and Screenwriter France
Andie MacDowell Actress USA
1998 Michael Douglas Actor and Producer USA
Clint Eastwood Actor, Director, Producer and Composer USA
Jean-Luc Godard Director, Screenwriter and Actor (for „Histoire(s) du cinéma“-Serial) France
1999 Pedro Almodóvar Director, Screenwriter, Actor and Producer Spain
César Baldaccini Sculptor (Designer and Eponym of the César Trophy) France
Johnny Depp Actor and Producer USA
Jean Rochefort Actor France
2000 Josiane Balasko Actress, Screenwriter, Director and Producer France
Georges Cravenne Journalist and Founder of the César France
Jean-Pierre Léaud Actor France
Martin Scorsese Director, Producer, Screenwriter and Actor USA
2001 Darry Cowl Actor, Composer, Screenwriter and Director France
Charlotte Rampling Actress UK
Agnès Varda Director and Screenwriter Belgium
2002 Anouk Aimée Actress France
Jeremy Irons Actor UK
Claude Rich Actor and Screenwriter France
2003 Bernadette Lafont Actress and Director France
Spike Lee Director, Producer, Screenwriter and Actor USA
Meryl Streep Actress USA
2004 Micheline Presle Actress France
2005 Jacques Dutronc Actor, Singer and Composer France
Will Smith Actor, Producer, Singer and Composer USA
2006 Hugh Grant Actor UK
Pierre Richard Actor France
2007 Marlène Jobert Actress France
Jude Law Actor, Producer and Director UK
2008 Jeanne Moreau Actress France
Roberto Benigni Actor and Director Italy
Romy Schneider (posthumous) Actress Germany/France
2009 Dustin Hoffman Actor USA
2010 Harrison Ford Actor USA
2011 Quentin Tarantino Director, Screenwriter, Executive producer and Actor USA
2012 Kate Winslet Actress UK
2013 Kevin Costner Actor, Director and Producer USA
2014 Scarlett Johansson Actress USA

See also

  • Internet Movie Database entry
  • César Award – Official Website
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