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Can ‘Elle’ Earn Isabelle Huppert Her First Oscar Nomination?

So very often the world’s most celebrated actresses never find themselves in the Oscar conversation until something so extraordinary comes along, and with the right distributor and campaign, that they become undeniable. We saw it happen last year with Charlotte Rampling in 45 Years and this year could see French legend Isabelle Huppert (Amour, La séparation) with her very first Academy ...

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2016 César Nominations Highlight Diversity with Female and Ethnic Nominees

The 2016 Césars, often referred to as the French Oscars, revealed their nominations today and features three female directors nominated for Best Director for the first time; Mustang’s Deniz Gamze Ergüven, Standing Tall’s Emmanuelle Bercot and Mon Roi’s Maïwenn. Marguerite from Xavier Giannoli and Arnaud Desplechin’s My Golden Days lead the pack with 11 nominations apiece, followed by Dheepan and Mustang with 9, ...

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