Emmanuel Mouret’s “Love Affairs” (“The Things We Say, the Things We Do”) is leading nominations for the Cesar Awards, France’s top film honors. Nominations were announced online on Feb. 10.
The film, which was part of Cannes 2020’s official selection, weaves together a series of romantic tales with an ensemble cast including Camelia Jordana and Niels Schneider. “Love Affairs” earned 13 awards nominations, including for best film, director, as well as noms for Jordana and Schneider. The film previously won best film at the Lumieres Awards.
Albert Dupontel’s “Bye Bye Morons” and Francois Ozon’s “Summer of 85” are each nominated for 12 Cesar Awards.
Filippo Meneghetti’s romance “Two of Us,” which represents France in the international feature film race at the Oscars and is part of the nine films shortlisted, is nominated for four Cesar Awards.
The feature debut follows Nina and Madeleine, two pensioners who have hidden their deep and passionate love for many decades and see their bond put to the test when they are suddenly unable to move in together.
More to come.