César 2022: The nominations

The 47th Cesar ceremony will take place on February 25. The Academy of Cinema Arts and Techniques unveiled the nominations on Wednesday, after a year that has seen French cinema regain color.

After a particular 2021 edition, in restricted sanitary conditions and which followed a largely truncated year for the cinema, the César 2022, which will take place on February 25, are placed under the sign of both a French cinema in form, and a dislike of the ceremonies – after the Golden Globes lost their television broadcast and Canal + gave up the rights to the Cannes Film Festival (but renewed with the Césars until 2025).

César Award for Best Supporting Actress

  • Jeanne Balibar in “Illusions perdues”
  • Cécile de France in “Illusions perdues”
  • Aissatou Diallo Sagna in “La Fracture”
  • Adèle Exarchopoulos in “Mandibules”
  • Danielle Fichaud in “Aline”

César Award for Best Original Score

  • Ron Mael and Russell Mael for “Annette”
  • Guillaume Roussel for “Bac Nord”
  • Philippe Rombi for “Boîte Noire”
  • Ron for “Les Olympiades”
  • Warren Ellis and Nick Cave for “La Panthère des neiges”

Cesar for Best Director

  • Valérie Lemercier for “Aline”
  • Leos Carax for “Annette”
  • Cédric Jimenez for “Bac Nord”
  • Audrey Diwan for “L’événement”
  • Xavier Giannoli for “Illusions perdues”
  • Arthur Harari for “Ononda, 10 000 nuits dans la jungle”
  • Julia Ducournau for “Titane”

Best Movie

  • “Aline” directed by Valérie Lemercier
  • “Annette” directed by Leos Carax
  • “Bac Nord” directed by Cédric Jimenez
  • “L’Evénement” directed by Audrey Diwan”
  • “La Fracture” directed by Catherine Corsini
  • “Illusions perdues” directed by Xavier Giannoli
  • “Ononda, 10 000 nuits dans la jungle” directed by Arthur Harari

Source : franceinter.fr

Mandibules (2021) – Screencaps

Mandibules (2020) – Movie Poster + Stills

Mandibules (2020) – Official Trailer

‘Mandibules’ by Quentin Dupieux, with Adèle Exarchopoulos

Quentin Dupieux stops no more. While he recently presented his new film, Le Daim, at the Directors’ Fortnight, we learn that he is already looking into a new project. According to Variety, the filmmaker would work on the script of a new feature film, Mandibules. The idea? Two not very smart friends discover a giant fly stuck in their trunk, and decide to tame it to make money.

To play this simple duet, Quentin Dupieux appealed to Grégoire Ludig and David Marsais, better known by their stage name, the Palmashow. They will not be alone, since Variety also announces Adele Exarchopoulos casting, and Anaïs Demoustier.

No release date for now, but we know that the filming of this intriguing project should begin in September 2019. Meanwhile, fans of Quentin Dupieux will see Le Daim in the cinema from June 19.

Source : vanityfair.fr