The César 2020 ceremony takes place this Friday, February 28, 2020 in the Salle Pleyel in Paris. It is on Canal + that viewers will be able to watch it for free in clear.
Like every year, it is on Canal ++ that you will have to be connected to watch the César 2020 ceremony live. The encrypted channel, the traditional broadcaster of the evening of French cinema, is setting up a special device for the occasion in the Salle Pleyel in Paris. Know that the show dedicated to the ceremony starts live from 9 p.m. on Canal + and unencrypted. There is therefore no need to be subscribed to Canal + offers to enjoy the evening hosted this year by Florence Foresti. The show is expected to last until around midnight after which the winners of the charts can celebrate their victory.
As for the traditional César red carpet, it is on the Academy’s Twitter account that we meet from 6.30 p.m. to see the stars of French cinema arrive. Canal + will also be on the air from 7:55 p.m. for a special César program on Clique presented by Mouloud Achour live and unencrypted. We should be able to see the arrival of the stars on the red carpet as well as the interviews by Laurent Weil. The opportunity to spend an evening dedicated to French cinema on Canal.
The Caesar 2020 ceremony can be viewed in streaming
If you are unable to be in front of your television to watch the ceremony, be aware that you can also watch it live and streaming via the MyCanal app. You just need to create an account to connect to the application to watch the show in streaming.
The César 2020 also available in replay
If you want to watch the Cesar ceremony in replay, know that it will be available immediately on MyCanal. A replay is also scheduled for Saturday, February 29 from 7 a.m. on Canal + Cinéma while a best of the best moments of the 2020 ceremony is also scheduled for a broadcast at 12:20 in clear on Canal +.