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À quoi ça sert ? Ça veut dire quoi ça ? Pourquoi c'est comme ça ?
What's the point? What does that mean? Why is it like that?
C'est ? C'est qui lui ? Un jour, une question !
Where is it? Who is he? One day, one question!
C'est quoi la différence entre les Césars et les Oscars ?
What is the difference between the Césars and the Oscars?
Tous les deux sont à la fois une cérémonie de remise de prix et la récompense donnée à des professionnels du cinéma par d'autres lors de cette cérémonie.
Both are at the same time a prize-giving ceremony and the reward given to film professionals by others during this ceremony.
Pourtant ce ne sont pas les mêmes cérémonies, ni les mêmes objets.
Yet it is not the same ceremonies, nor the same objects.
Les Oscars ont été créé les premiers en 1929 à Hollywood.
The Oscars were created first in 1929 in Hollywood.
Louis Mayer, patron de la société de production Metro Goldwyn Mayer, a eu l'idée de cette fête destinée à faire parler du cinéma dans le monde entier.
Louis Mayer, boss of the production company Metro Goldwyn Mayer, had the idea of ​​this festival intended to promote cinema all over the world.
Les Césars ont été créé 46 ans plus tard, en 1975, par le journaliste et producteur Georges Cravenne qui s'est inspiré du modèle américain pour célébrer le cinéma français.
The Césars were created 46 years later, in 1975, by journalist and producer Georges Cravenne who drew inspiration from the American model to celebrate French cinema.
Comme les Oscars, les Césars sont retransmis à la télé.
Like the Oscars, the Césars are broadcast on TV.
Chaque acteur, scénariste, réalisateur ou technicien primé dit un discours et reçoit une statuette.
Each award-winning actor, screenwriter, director or technician tells a speech and receives a statuette.
Une statuette nommée César aux Césars, et une statuette nommée Oscar aux Oscars.
A statuette named César at the Césars, and a statuette named Oscar at the Oscars.
Mais entre elles, rien à voir - ou presque.
But they have nothing to do with each other - almost.
L'Oscar a été dessiné par le chef décorateur Cédric Gibbons puis sculpté par l'artiste George Stanley.
The Oscar was designed by key set decorator Cedric Gibbons and then carved by the artist George Stanley.
Le trophée américain est plus grand, plus lourd, plus précieux et invendable car celui qui le reçoit signe un document lui interdisant de le revendre.
The American trophy is bigger, heavier, more valuable and unsaleable because the one who receives it signs a document prohibiting him from reselling it.
Même si, comme le cinéaste Walt Disney, on a gagné 26 Oscars - un record inégalé !
Even if, like filmmaker Walt Disney, one has won 26 Oscars - an unbeaten record!
Le sculpteur César Baldaccini, ami de Georges Cravenne, à lui donné forme au trophée français.
The sculptor César Baldaccini, a friend of Georges Cravenne, has on his side given shape to the French trophy.
Cravenne a d'ailleurs dit avoir eu l'idée des Césars grâce au prénom de son ami.
Cravenne said that he had the idea of ​​the Césars thanks to the name of his friend.
Parce que Oscar et César sont deux mots de 5 lettres, qui rimaient comme une évidence pour lui.
Because Oscar and César are two 5-letter words, which sounded like an evidence to him.
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