36th César Awards

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36th César Awards
Official poster featuring a photo of the late German actress Romy Schneider
Date25 February 2011
SiteThéâtre du Châtelet, Paris, France
Hosted byAntoine de Caunes
Best PictureOf Gods and Men
Best DirectorRoman Polanski
Best ActorÉric Elmosnino
Best ActressSara Forestier
Most awardsThe Ghost Writer (4)
Most nominationsOf Gods and Men (11)
Television coverage
NetworkCanal Plus

The 36th César Awards ceremony was presented by the Académie des Arts et Techniques du Cinéma in Paris, France to honour its selection of the best French films of 2010 on 25 February 2011.[1] The ceremony was chaired by Jodie Foster and hosted by Antoine de Caunes. The audience gave a standing ovation to Olivia de Havilland, their "special honored guest".

Winners and nominees[edit]

Jodie Foster, President of the Ceremony
Quentin Tarantino, Honorary César recipient
Roman Polanski, Best Director winner
Anne Alvaro, Best Supporting Actress winner
Edgar Ramirez, Most Promising Actor winner
Leïla Bekhti, Most Promising Actress winner
Best Film
(presented by Jodie Foster)

Of Gods and Men

Roman Polanski – The Ghost Writer

Éric Elmosnino – Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life

Sara Forestier – The Names of Love

Michael Lonsdale – Of Gods and Men

Anne Alvaro – The Clink of Ice

Edgar Ramirez – Carlos

Leïla Bekhti – Tout ce qui brille

The Names of Love – Baya Kasmi, Michel Leclerc

The Ghost Writer – Robert Harris, Roman Polanski

Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life

Daniel Sobrino, Jean Goudier, Cyril Holtz – Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life

  • Philippe Barbeau, Jerome Wiciak, Florent Lavallee – Oceans
  • Jean-Marie Blondel, Thomas Desjonquieres, Dean Humphreys – The Ghost Writer
  • Jean-Jacques Ferran, Vincent Guillon, Éric Bonnard – Of Gods and Men
  • Olivier Mauvezin, Séverin Favriau, Stéphane Thiebaut – On Tour

Alexandre Desplat – The Ghost Writer

Caroline De Vivaise – The Princess of Montpensier

Hugues Tissandier – The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec


The Illusionist


The Social Network

Quentin Tarantino[2]

Prix Daniel Toscan du Plantier

Yaël Fogiel and Laetitia Gonzalez

Films with multiple nominations and awards[edit]


The show was followed by 2.9 million viewers. This corresponds to 14.5% of the audience.[3]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ http://www.lescesarducinema.com
  2. ^ "Polanski and Tarantino feted at French film awards". BBC News. February 26, 2011. Retrieved 2011-02-27.
  3. ^ http://tvmag.lefigaro.fr/le-scan-tele/actu-tele/2015/02/21/28001-20150221ARTFIG00039-cesar-2015-audiences-en-legere-hausse-pour-canal.php

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