Roman Polanski wins three César Awards, also for best director, for his movie "An Officer and a Spy" (French: "J'accuse"). Several women walk out in protest. "Les Misérables" wins four Césars, one of them for best film.
The appellate prosecutors office in the Polish city of Krakow decides not to appeal a decision against extraditing filmmaker Roman Polanski to the United States to face prosecution for historic child sex offences.
Polish Judge Dariusz Mazur rules the law forbids film director Roman Polanski's extradition to the United States where he pleaded guilty nearly four decades ago to having sex with a minor. The prosecutors can appeal the ruling.
Film director Roman Polanski testifies at a closed to the media court hearing in Kraków, Poland, regarding a US request for his extradition over a 1977 child sex crime conviction. The hearing is later postponed until April.