César Awards 1999


César Awards 1999

The 1999 César Awards were hosted by Isabelle Huppert. The winners (highlighted in bold) and nominees were:

The Dreamlife of Angels (La vie rêvée des anges) won the award for Best Film.

Contents

Winners and nominees

Best Actor – Leading Role

Best Actor – Supporting Role

Best Actress – Leading Role

Best Actress – Supporting Role

Best Cinematography

Best Costume Design

  • Lautrec – Pierre-Jean Larroque

Best Debut

  • Only God Sees Me (Dieu seul me voit) – Bruno Podalydès
    • The Dreamlife of Angels (La vie rêvée des anges) – Erick Zonca
    • Hinterland (L'arrière pays) – Jacques Nolot
    • Jeanne and the Perfect Guy (Jeanne et le garçon formidable) – Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Martineau
    • The Kid from Chaaba (Le Gone du Chaâba) – Christophe Ruggia

Best Director

Best Editing

Best Film

Best Foreign Film

Best Music

Best Production Design

Best Short Film

  • L'interview – Xavier Giannoli
    • Les Pinces à linge – Joël Brisse
    • Tueurs de petits poissons – Alexandre Gavras
    • La vache qui voulait sauter par dessus l'église – Guillaume Casset
    • La vieille barrière – Lyèce Boukhitine

Best Sound

Best Writing

Most Promising Actor

Most Promising Actress

Honorary César

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