London: American filmmaker Quentin Tarantino, best known for films such as ‘Kill Bill’, will be honoured with a special prize at the Cesar Awards in Paris.
Awards president Alain Terzian said that the director is being honoured as “a great international artist,” reports the BBC.
Algerian film Of Gods and Men has received 11 nominations, including best movie of the year.
It will be up against Roman Polanski`s ‘The Ghost’, which has been nominated for eight awards.
The annual awards - dubbed the French equivalent of the Oscars – will take place on 25 February.