Call for change at Cesars, France's Oscars.

Timbuktu wins best film at Cesar Awards

The board of the academy of the Cesars, France's equivalent of the Oscars, says it will ask for a mediator to be put in charge of “deep reform” of how it's run, after more than 200 actors, directors and others in France's film industry signed an open letter demanding “profound reform”. he Academy is already under fire after Roman Polanski's new film topped the list of this year's awards, despite a warrant for the director's arrest in the US for statutory rape.

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