Lost Illusions, Annette… Where to see the 2022 César award-winning films? – Cinema news

Where to see the 2022 César award-winning films? Given favorites, Illusions perdus by Xavier Giannoli and Annette by Leos Carax emerged as the big winners of this 47th ceremony. All you need to know for catch-up sessions!

Lost illusions, annette... Where to see the 2022 césar award-winning films? - cinema news
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Where to see the films awarded this year at the Césars? We take stock!

César 2022: Lost Illusions and Annette dominate, BAC Nord big loser

Illusions Perdues, 7 César (out of 15 nominations), released in cinemas on October 20, has just been released in 150 theaters. It had initially gathered nearly 900,000 spectators. Will these rewards allow him to exceed one million admissions? The film will then be available on Blu-ray/DVD on March 30. It should be broadcast on CANAL+ at the end of April.

Annette (and her 5 statuettes) is already available on myCANAL, on VOD and DVD. Released in July 2021, the musical work of Leos Carax brought together around 280,000 curious people.

L’Evénement, which won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in 2021, and a César for its young actress Anamaria Vartolomei (best female hope) will be available on March 30 on DVD/Blu-ray, then on CANAL+ / myCANAL .

For the record, the story takes us to France in 1963. Anne, a promising student, becomes pregnant. She decides to have an abortion, ready to do anything to dispose of her body and her future. She engages alone in a race against time, defying the law. The exams are approaching, her belly is rounding up.

Head to the Philippines of the 1940s with Onoda (Best Original Screenplay at the César Awards), directed by Arthur Harari. This fresco of 2 hours 47 landed on July 21 in theaters. It is already on sale on Blu-ray/DVD and VOD, in particular in a very beautiful boxed edition. The film is also currently being broadcast on CANAL+ and on myCANAL on demand.

The story takes place at the end of 1944. Japan is losing the war. On the orders of the mysterious Major Taniguchi, the young Hiroo Onoda is sent to an island in the Philippines just before the American landing.

The handful of soldiers he trains in the jungle soon discover the unknown doctrine that will bind them to this man: the Secret War. For the Empire, the war is about to end. For Onoda, it will end 10,000 nights later.

La Fracture by Catherine Corsini wins a César for its interpreter Aïssatou Diallo Sagna (Best actress in a supporting role). Released on October 27 at the cinema, this shocking story taking place on a night in the Emergency Room will be released on VOD this Wednesday March 2, and will be available on Blu-ray/DVD on March 16. It will also soon be broadcast on CANAL+ and on myCANAL on demand.

In his lifetime by Emmanuelle Bercot, César for Best Actor for Benoît Magimel, will also soon be broadcast on CANAL+ and on myCANAL on demand. The film, released on November 24, has made more than 170,000 admissions. The DVD will be released on March 24, 2022.

Aline crowns her main actress and director, Valérie Lemercier. This true-false Celine Dion biopic, released on November 10, 2021, gathered more than 1.3 viewers in theaters. It will be released on DVD and Blu-Ray on March 16, and soon on CANAL+ and myCANAL on demand.

Les Magnétiques won the César for Best First Film. The film gathered nearly 55,000 moviegoers after its release on November 17. It will be released on DVD on April 19 and will also soon be broadcast on CANAL+ and on myCANAL on demand.

La Panthère des neiges by Vincent Munier and Marie Amiguet, which won the César for Best Documentary, is still in theaters and has accumulated nearly 600,000 admissions. It will be released on DVD on April 19 and will also soon be broadcast on CANAL+ and on myCANAL on demand.

The Summit of the Gods by Patrick Imbert, César for Best Animated Film, more than 230,000 admissions, is still in a few theaters. The film is already available on VOD and DVD, and soon on CANAL+ and on myCANAL on demand.

The Father by Florian Zeller, pre-purchased by CANAL+ and CINE+, won the César for Best Foreign Film. It is already available on myCANAL, on VOD and DVD.

Finally, on the short film side, you can see Elie Girard’s Bad Boys for free. on the Arte website. The film was awarded for fiction. The story of Victor, Cyprien and Guillaume who have known each other since high school. One day, Victor reveals to them that he is going to be a father. This news puts their friendship to the test. While Cyprien and Guillaume tell each other their heart stories, Victor is absent. He no longer comes to the weekly meeting at the local fast food restaurant. Between expectation, melancholy and questioning, a delicate ode to male friendship.

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