ⓘ 15th César Awards

                                     

ⓘ 15th Cesar Awards

The 15th Cesar Awards ceremony, presented by the Academie des Arts et Techniques du Cinema, honoured the best French films of 1989 and took place on 4 March 1990 at the Theatre des Champs-Elysees in Paris. The ceremony was chaired by Kirk Douglas and hosted by Eve Ruggieri. Too Beautiful for You won the award for Best Film.

                                     

1. Winners and nominees

The winners are highlighted in bold:

  • Best Costume Design: Theodor Pistek, for Valmont Catherine Leterrier, for La Revolution française "Les Annees Lumieres" and "Les Annees Terribles" segments Jacqueline Moreau, for La Vie et rien dautre
  • Best Editing: Claudine Merlin, for Trop belle pour toi Joelle Hache, Claudine Merlin, for Monsieur Hire Armand Psenny, for La Vie et rien dautre
  • Best Director: Bertrand Blier, for Trop belle pour toi Patrice Leconte, for Monsieur Hire Alain Corneau, for Nocturne indien Milos Forman, for Valmont Bertrand Tavernier, for La Vie et rien dautre
  • Best First Work: Un monde sans pitie, directed by Eric Rochant Peaux de vaches, directed by Patricia Mazuy La Salle de bain, directed by John Lvoff La Soule, directed by Michel Sibra Suivez cet avion, directed by Patrice Ambard Tolerance, directed by Pierre-Henry Salfati
  • Most Promising Actor: Yvan Attal, for Un monde sans pitie Jean-Yves Berteloot, for Baptême Philippe Volter, for Les Bois noirs Thierry Fortineau, for Comedie dete Melvil Poupaud, for La Fille de 15 ans
  • Best Documentary Short: Chanson pour un marin, directed by Bernard Aubouy Le Faucon de Notre-Dame, directed by Claude Farny
  • Best Film: Too Beautiful for You, directed by Bertrand Blier Monsieur Hire, directed by Patrice Leconte Nocturne indien, directed by Alain Corneau Un monde sans pitie, directed by Eric Rochant La Vie et rien dautre, directed by Bertrand Tavernier
  • Best Actress: Carole Bouquet, for Trop belle pour toi Emmanuelle Beart, for Les Enfants du desordre Sandrine Bonnaire, for Monsieur Hire Josiane Balasko, for Trop belle pour toi Sabine Azema, for La Vie et rien dautre
  • Best Cinematography: Yves Angelo, for Nocturne indien Philippe Rousselot, for Trop belle pour toi Bruno de Keyzer, for La Vie et rien dautre
  • Best Supporting Actor: Robert Hirsch, for Hiver 54, labbe Pierre Jacques Bonnaffe, for Baptême François Cluzet, for Force majeure Roland Blanche, for Trop belle pour toi François Perrot, for La Vie et rien dautre
  • Most Promising Actress: Vanessa Paradis, for Noce blanche Valerie Stroh, for Baptême Dominique Blanc, for Je suis le seigneur du chateau Isabelle Gelinas, for Suivez cet avion Mireille Perrier, for Un monde sans pitie
  • Best Sound: Pierre Lenoir, Dominique Hennequin, for Monsieur Hire Claude Villand, Pierre Gamet, for Bunker Palace Hotel Gerard Lamps, William Flageollet, Michel Desrois, for La Vie et rien dautre
  • Best Actor: Philippe Noiret, for La Vie et rien dautre Lambert Wilson, for Hiver 54, labbe Pierre Michel Blanc, for Monsieur Hire Jean-Hugues Anglade, for Nocturne indien Gerard Depardieu, for Trop belle pour toi Hippolyte Girardot, for Un monde sans pitie
  • Best Production Design: Pierre Guffroy, for Valmont Michele Abbe-Vannier, for Bunker Palace Hotel Theobald Meurisse, for Trop belle pour toi
  • Best Fiction Short: Lune froide, directed by Patrick Bouchitey Ce qui me meut, directed by Cedric Klapisch Vol nuptial, directed by Dominique Crevecoeur
  • Best Foreign Film: Dangerous Liaisons, directed by Stephen Frears Dom za vesanje, directed by Emir Kusturica Nuovo cinema Paradiso, directed by Giuseppe Tornatore Rain Man, directed by Barry Levinson Sex, Lies, and Videotape, directed by Steven Soderbergh
  • Best Writing: Bertrand Blier, for Trop belle pour toi Pierre Jolivet, Olivier Schatzky, for Force majeure Eric Rochant, for Un monde sans pitie Bertrand Tavernier, Jean Cosmos, for La Vie et rien dautre
  • Best Animated Short: Le Porte-plume, directed by Marie-Christine Perrodin Sculpture sculptures, directed by Jean-Loup Felicioli
  • Honorary Cesar: Philippe Dormoy Gerard Philipe posthumous
  • Best Music: Oswald DAndrea, for La Vie et rien dautre Michael Nyman, for Monsieur Hire Gerard Torikian, for Un monde sans pitie
  • Best Supporting Actress: Suzanne Flon, for La Vouivre Sabine Haudepin, for Force majeure Micheline Presle, for I Want to Go Home Ludmila Mikael, for Noce blanche Clementine Celarie, for Nocturne indien
                                     
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