César Award winner for Best Editing
Greek Film Editor Yorgos Lamprinos won the César “Best Editing” Award for Xavier Legrand’s “Jusqu’à la garde” film at the French Oscar ceremony held on Friday, February 22, 2019 in Paris.
It was the first nomination of Mr. Lamprinos for a César Award. He had previously collaborated with Xavier Legrand and the short film “Avant que de Tout Perdre”, which had been included in Oscar nominees and had won the César Award 2014. Yorgos Lamprinos also won the Greek Academy of Cinema Award for the editing of Xenia by Panos Koutras in both the films of Evangelia Kraniotis, “Erotica, Exotica, Etc.” and “Obscuro Barroco”.
Yorgos Lamprinos reçoit le César du Meilleur montage pour le film Jusqu’à la garde.
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It is noteworthy that Xavier Legrand’s “Jusqu’à la garde” was the big winner of the evening, winning most and greatest awards, including Best Picture, Best Female Interpretation and Best Original Screenplay.
The César for Best Direction was won for the third time by Jacques O’Driar for his work on “The Brothers Sisters”. Alex Luzz earned Cezar Best Actor Male for his performance in the movie “Guy,” which he also directed.