​French Césars under fire (again) over Roman Polanski’s 12 nominations

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​French Césars under fire (again) over Roman Polanski’s 12 nominations
French feminists rail against César Academy for not taking moral position on Polanski.

France’s Academy of Cinema Arts and Sciences and the country’s film industry came under fire on Wednesday after Roman Polanski’s An Officer And A Spy topped the nominations list for the 45th edition of its César awards.

The period drama– about the infamous 19th century case of French-Jewish army officer Alfred Dreyfus who was wrongly convicted for spying - garnered nominations in 12 categories, including best film and best director.

The film’s selection at Venice – where it won the grand jury prize – as well
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