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PHOTOS FROM THE CÉSAR CEREMONY
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Sat Feb 22, 7:42 PM ET
American film director Michael Moore, left, and his wife Kathleen Glynn accept the 'Cesar' award for Best foreign film during the Cesar French film awards, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2003 in Paris. (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon)



Sun Feb 23, 7:57 AM ET
Left to right: U.S. actor Adrien Brody, U.S. director Spike Lee, U.S. actress Meryl Streep, U.S. director Michael Moore and Spanish director Pedro Almodovar pose together at the end of the French Cesars film award ceremony in Paris February 22, 2003. Meryl Streep and Spike Lee received honor awards, Adrien Brody was named best actor, Michael Moore received the best non-European film award for 'Bowling For Columbine' and Almodovar's film 'Speak to Her' was named the best European film. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer



Sat Feb 22, 6:30 PM ET
Film director Michael Moore (L) of the USA and his wife and co-producer Kathleen Glynn (R) thank the audience after they receive a French Cesar film award for their film ' Bowling for Columbine ' in Paris February 22, 2003. 'Bowling for Columbine' was named best non-European movie of the year. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer



Sun Feb 23, 3:56 AM ET
U.S winners Adrien Brody, left, for best actor, Spike Lee, second left, for Honor Cesar, Meryl Streep, second right, Honor Cesar and Michael Moore, right, for the best foreign movie, during the Cesar film awards, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2003 in Paris. (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon)



Sun Feb 23, 2:36 PM ET
Film director Michael Moore, left, and his wife and co-producer Kathleen Glynn show the Cesar film award for best foreign film during a photocall at the 28th Cesars film awards ceremony in Paris Saturday Feb 22, 2003. Moore brought the audience to its feet when he applauded France for trying to slow the U.S. drive to war, adding 'there are millions of Americans' who also oppose military action.



Sat Feb 22, 7:08 PM ET
Film director Spike Lee (L), actress Meryl Streep (2nd L), Director Michael Moore and Spanish director Pedro Almodovar (R) pose after they received their French Cesar film awards in Paris February 22, 2003. Michael Moore was awarded for his film ' Bowling for Columbine ' as best non-European movie, Spike Lee and Meryl Streep received a Cesar of honour and Pedro Almodovar's movie 'Talk to Her' was elected best european film of the year. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer

 


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