I’m thrilled to let you know that Gaspard won the best actor award last night at the Césars for his performance in “Juste la fin du monde”. Unfortunately, he couldn’t attend the event because he is busy shooting “Eva” in the French Alps. Director Xavier Dolan received the prize for Gaspard and read out his speech:
Dolan himself earned the best director and the best editing award for “Juste la fin du monde”. Congratulations to Gaspard, Xavier Dolan, and everyone who was involved in making this film!
“La danseuse” took home the award for best costume design. Gaspard worked on this project as well in a supporting role. Bravo à tous !
If you live in the UK or Ireland, you will finally get the chance to watch “Juste la fin du monde” aka “It’s Only The End Of The World” on the big screen. Alternatively, you can watch the film at home with Curzon Home Cinema, a legal streaming service. The official release date is February 24.
Tickets are available on itsonlytheendoftheworld.com. The site also offers some information on the film together with a couple of trailers and this this new exclusive preview clip:
This is a little reminder that the 42nd César Awards ceremony will be held on February 24. Since Gaspard has been nominated for his role in “Juste la fin du monde”, it is safe to assume he is going to attend the event. He will be competing against François Cluzet, Pierre Deladonchamps, Nicolas Duvauchelle, Fabrice Luchini, Pierre Niney, and Omar Sy in the best actor category.
“Juste la fin du monde” received 6 César nominations in total:
Best Actor: Gaspard Ulliel
Best Supporting Actress: Nathalie Baye
Best Supporting Actor: Vincent Cassel
Best Editing: Xavier Dolan
Best Director: Xavier Dolan
Best Foreign Film: Xavier Dolan
“La danseuse”, in which Gaspard plays a supporting role, earned 6 nominations as well:
Best Actress: Soko
Best supporting actress: Mélanie Thierry
Most Promising Actress: Lily-Rose Depp
Best First Feature Film: Stéphanie Di Giusto
Best Costume Design: Anaïs Romand
Best Production Design: Carlos Conti
The best of luck to the entire team of “Juste la fin du monde” as well as to the team of “La danseuse”!
P.S. If you don’t live in France but want to watch the award ceremony, you can usually do so on the homepage of Canal+. The show will start at 9pm (CET).
The shooting of “Eva”, a drama based on the novel “Eve” by James Hadley Chase, started last month. The story focuses on a playwright and a mysterious woman who meet each other in a chalet during a snowstorm. (IMDb) The film is written and directed by Benoît Jacquot.
Gaspard stars opposite Isabelle Huppert who is currently nominated for an Oscar in the “Best Actress in a Leading Role” category.
“Eva” is not the first project to bring them together as co-stars; Huppert played the mother of Gaspard’s character in “Un barrage contre le Pacifique” (2008) aka “The Sea Wall”.
Gaspard and actor Richard Berry on the set of Eva (@RichardBerry)
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