Lady Chatterley was crowned best picture Saturday night at France's Cesar Awards. The film, directed by Pascale Ferran also took the best actress honour for Marina Hands among five awards.

Best actor went to Francois Cluzet for his role in Guillaume Canet's Tell No One. Guillaume Canet was also named best director.

Best foreign film went to Oscar contender Little Miss Sunshine, while the first ever documentary award was handed to Dans La Peau De Jacques Chirac by Karl Zero and Michel Royer.

In the supporting acting categories, Cesar host Valerie Lemercier was named best supporting actress for Daniele Thompson's Avenue Montaigne. Kad Merad took the best supporting actor prize for Philippe Lioret's Je Vais Bien, Ne T'En Fais Pas.

Cesars In Full

Best actor
François Cluzet (Tell No One)

Best actress
Marina Hands (Lady Chatterley)

Best Supporting Actor
Kad Merad (Je Vais Bien, Ne T'en Fais Pas)

Best Supporting Actress
Valerie Lemercier (Avenue Montaigne)

Best Male Newcomer
Malik Zidi (Poison Friends)

Best Female Newcomer
Melanie Laurent (Je Vais Bien, Ne T'en Fais Pas)

Best Director
Guillaume Canet (Tell No One)

Best French Film
Lady Chatterley

Best Debut
You Are So Handsome (Isabelle Mergault)

Best Documentary
Being Jacques Chirac (Karl Zero/Michel Royer)

Best Original Screenplay
Days Of Glory (Olivier Lorelle/ Rachid Bouchareb)

Best Adaptation
Lady Chatterley

Best Music Written For A Film
Mathieu Chedid (Tell No One)

Best Short Film
Fais De Beaux Reves (Marilyne Canto)

Best Cinematography
Julien Hirsch (Lady Chatterley)

Best Set Design
Maamar Ech Sheik (OSS 117 - Cairo, Nest Of Spies)

Best Sound
Francois Musy/Gabriel Hafner (The Singer)

Best Editing
Herve De Luze (Tell No One)

Best Costumes
Marie-Claude Altot (Lady Chatterley)

Best Foreign Film
Little Miss Sunshine