Renault to shine under the spotlights. As part of its association with France’s ‘Académie des Arts et Techniques du Cinéma’, organiser of the 38th annual César awards ceremony, Renault has provided a fleet of Espaces, which transported celebs to the foot of the red-carpeted steps of the Théâtre du Chatelet in Paris.
Bérénice Béjo, César for Best Actress in 2012 & Michel Hazanavicius, César for Best Director in 2012 for The Artist.
French actor Omar Sy, César for Best Actor in 2012.
Renault’s sixth straight year as partner of the César awards ceremony sees it pursue its long-standing relationship with the world of cinema. Indeed, its ties with the industry date back to 1899 when a Renault model first appeared in a film. That car was driven by Louis Renault himself, and the film was made by the pioneering Lumière brothers.
French actress Marion Cotillard attending the César awards 38th Ceremony.
This year, the Ceremony was characterized by love (l'Amour), since Michael Haneke's movie, Palme d'or at the last Festival de Cannes, claimed the most prestigious César awards for Best Actress (Emmanuelle Riva), Best Actor ( Jean-Louis Trintignant), Best Director, Best Writing, and Best Film. De Rouille et d'os by Jacques Audiard, Le Prénom by Alexandre de La Patellière and Mathieu Delaporte and les Adieux à la reine by Benoît Jacquot also took several César home.
A César d'honneur was awarded to US actor Kevin Costner for his entire career. The actor even shed a tear during the event.
The 38th César awards ceremony was hosted by French celebrities Jamel Debbouze and Antoine De Caunes.