12 December 1976
Caroline Ducey (born Caroline Trousselard, 12 December 1976) is a French actress who has appeared in 34 films since 1994. Outside of her home country, she is best known for her controversial role in Catherine Breillat's 1999 film Romance , a role for which she was awarded the 2000 Étoile d’or de la révélation féminine (Gold Star) by l’Académie de la presse du cinéma français. Ducey was nominated for the Prix Michel Simon film prize for Best Actress in Familles je vous hais (1997). In 2000, she was a member of the jury at the 22nd Moscow International Film Festival. 
Shooting Stars Award (2000)
Gilles Vigneault is a Québécois poet, publisher, singer-songwriter, and Quebec nationalist and sovereigntist. Two of his songs are considered by many to be Quebec's unofficial anthems: "Mon pays" and "Gens du pays", and his line Mon pays ce n'est pas un pays, c'est l'hiver became a proverb in Quebec. Vigneault is a Grand Officer of the National Order of Quebec, Knight of the Legion of Honour, and Officer of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres.
Jean Bruno Wladimir François de Paule Le Fèvre d'Ormesson was a French novelist. He was the author of forty books, the director of Le Figaro from 1974 to 1979, and the Dean of the Académie française.
Eva Ionesco is a French actress, film director and screenwriter. She is the daughter of Romanian-French photographer Irina Ionesco and came to international prominence as a child model after being featured in her mother's works.
Gaston Ghrenassia , known by his stage name Enrico MaciasFrench pronunciation: [ɛn.ʁi.ko.ma'sjas], is an Algerian-French singer, songwriter and musician of Algerian Jewish descent.
François Cavanna was a French author and satirical newspaper editor. He contributed to the creation and success of Hara-Kiri and Charlie Hebdo. He wrote in a variety of genres including reportage, satire, essays, novels, autobiography and humor. He also translated six books about famous cartoonists.
Robert Goldman is a French songwriter. He was born in Paris, France, the son of Alter Mojze Goldman and Ruth Ambrunn who were Jewish French resistance fighters during the Second World War. He is the younger brother of Jean-Jacques Goldman and half-brother of Pierre Goldman.
Raymond Berthiaume was a Canadian jazz singer, musician, producer and composer from Quebec, Canada.
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I Dreamt Under the Water is a 2008 French romantic drama film directed and written by Hormoz. It tells the story of a bisexual man starving for love, who becomes a male prostitute.
Colette Renard born Colette Lucie Raget, was a French actress and singer. Renard is closely associated with the titular character from the musical Irma La Douce, a role she played for over a decade.
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Lucky Blondo is a French singer who was popular in the 1960s.
Lys Gauty was a French cabaret singer and actress. Her most significant work came in the 1930s and 1940s as Gauty appeared in film, and recorded her best-known song, "Le Chaland Qui Passe", which is an interpretation of an Italian composition.
Angela Behelle is a French romance novel writer.
Étienne Draber was a French actor.
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