Django Unchained nominated for Cesar Awards

Short news flash. Not only is Django Unchained nominated for France’s biggest film award, the Cesar, the list of nominees also includes someone else who has a Tarantino connection. I leave it up to you to find out and post in the comments below.

Friday morning, at a press conference on the Champs Elysees, the French Academy of Cinema Technical Arts and Sciences unveiled all the nominees for the 39th iteration of the award.

Django Unchained is nominated for best foreign film along with Woody Allen‘s Blue Jasmine, Alfonso Cuaron‘s Gravity and Paolo Sorrentino‘s The Great Beauty.

Source: Hollywood Reporter

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  1. JosieDK says:

    It’s Léa Sey doux, who plays Charlotte LaPadite in Inglourious Basterds.