César Awards 2004


César Awards 2004

The 2004 César Awards were hosted by Fanny Ardant and Gad Elmaleh. The winners (highlighted in bold) and nominees were:

Contents

Winners and nominees

Best Actor – Leading Role

Best Actress – Leading Role

Best Actor – Supporting Role

Best Actress – Supporting Role

Best Cinematography

Best Costume Design

Best Debut

  • Since Otar Left (Depuis qu'Otar est parti...) – Julie Bertucelli
    • Father and Sons (Père et fils) – Michel Boujenah
    • It's Easier for a Camel... (Il est plus facile pour un chameau...) – Valeria Bruni Tedeschi
    • The Triplets of Belleville (Les triplettes de Belleville) – Sylvain Chomet
    • Who Killed Bambi? (Qui a tué Bambi?) – Gilles Marchand

Best Director

Best Editing

Best Film

Best Film – European Union

Best Foreign Film

Best Music

Best Production Design

Best Short Film

  • The Man Without a Head (L'homme sans tête) – Juan Diego Solanas
    • La chatte andalouse – Gérald Hustache-Mathieu
    • I'll Wait for the Next One... (J'attendrai le suivant...) – Philippe Orreindy
    • Pacotille – Eric Jameux

Best Sound

  • Not on the Lips (Pas sur la bouche) – Jean-Marie Blondel, Gérard Hardy and Gérard Lamps
    • Bon voyage – Pierre Gamet, Jean Goudier and Dominique Hennequin
    • Strayed (Les égarés) – Olivier Goinard, Jean-Pierre Laforce and Jean-Paul Mugel

Best Writing

Most Promising Actor

  • Grégori Derangère – Bon voyage
    • Nicolas DuvauchelleEager Bodies (Les corps impatients)
    • Pascal Elbé – Father and Sons (Père et fils)
    • Grégoire Leprince-Ringuet – Strayed (Les égarés)
    • Gaspard UllielStrayed (Les égarés)

Most Promising Actress

Honorary César

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