List of French Academy Award Winners and Nominees

This is a list of French Academy Award winners and nominees. This list details the performances of French actors, actresses, and films that have either been submitted or nominated for, or have won, an Academy Award. This list is current as of the 84th Academy Awards ceremony held on February 26, 2012.

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