Editorial path

1997-today : The Festival enters a new century

Céline Keller

Making way for a new generation

After the creation of the Caméra d'Or, awarded to the Best First Film, the Festival went a step further by recognising the best film-school short films with the creation of Cinéfondation in 1998. In 2000, the Festival continued to show its support for new talents by creating a new initiative called The Residence to welcome young filmmakers and help them to develop their projects. 2005 saw another innovation called the Children's Session, a class for the youngest fans to encourage their curiosity about the cinema.

Romain Goupil wins the Caméra d'Or for <i>To Die at 30</i>

Romain Goupil wins the Caméra d'Or for To Die at 30

Portrait of Romain Goupil, first a young student in revolt in May 1968, then a film-maker and winner of the Caméra d'Or in 1982 with To Die at 30.

28 mai 1982
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Marcel Carné presents the Caméra d'Or award in 1985

Marcel Carné presents the Caméra d'Or award in 1985

Marcel Carné says a few words before presenting the Caméra d'Or award to Fina Torres during the 38th Festival.

20 mai 1985
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Interview with Jaco Van Dormael, winner of the Caméra d'Or at the 1991 Festival

Interview with Jaco Van Dormael, winner of the Caméra d'Or at the 1991 Festival

Bernard Pivot receives Jaco Van Dormael, who won the Caméra d'Or award for "Toto the Hero" at the 44th Cannes Festival.

22 juin 1991
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Caméra d'Or for <i>Atanarjuat, the Fast Runner</i>

Caméra d'Or for Atanarjuat, the Fast Runner

Report dedicated to the first Inuit film presented at Cannes Atanarjuat, the Fast Runner, Caméra d'Or winner at the 2001 Festival.

13 fév 2002
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The 50th anniversary

"The Cannes Festival and the film world are two parallel universes that always end up by coming together", declared Gilles Jacob on the fiftieth anniversary of the Festival. That year was further proof of the truth of this statement. Some of the biggest names in the film world have never won the most coveted prize. This is true for Jean Renoir, saluted by a tribute and a retrospective of his career, and Ingmar Bergman, who has won five awards but never the Festival's most prestigious prize. This error was righted in 1997, when the Swedish director obtained the 'Palme des Palmes' awarded by all the winners of the Palme d'Or present at the Festival.

The 1995 selection

The 1995 selection

The 1995 selection is presented : film trailers, walking up the red carpet, a few words from the president of the festival Gilles Jacob, and from dancer Patrick Dupond, member of the jury.

22 avr 1997
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An International Festival

In 2002, for the 55th anniversary of the Festival, the top award went to Michael Moore for Bowling for Columbine . Two years later the alternative American director received a second Palme d'Or for Fahrenheit 9/11 . American cinema d'auteur was still in favour in 2003 when Gus Van Sant won the Palme d'Or and the award for Best Director. His film Elephant recounts the day that two teenagers gunned down their fellow students in a school in Columbine in America. Since Sex, Lies and Videotape in 1989, six American films have received the supreme reward. Although the commercial blockbusters are absent from the competition, their stars can often be seen on La Croisette, and independent films are also competitors to be reckoned with. Belgian cinema is also a respected guest, thanks to Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne, who have twice won the Palme d'Or, with Rosetta in 1999 and The Child in 2005. And good things come to those who wait. After the Technical Grand Prix and the Jury Grand Prix, Lars von Trier received the Palme d'Or in 2000, thanks to Dancer in the Dark . Björk received the award for Best Actress. Jean-Luc Godard participated in his twelfth festival in 2001 with his film In Praise of Love . In 2005, the Festival emphasised its International dimension. The Festival's Atelier (Workshop), organised by the Cinéfondation, invites 18 filmmakers from around the world to come to Cannes to present their projects to producers during the Festival. A new programme, called 'All the cinemas of the World', offers different countries the chance to present their films.

List of winners of the 2002 Festival

List of winners of the 2002 Festival

The principal prizes awarded in Cannes in 2002: Palme d'Or, Jury Award, Jury Award, Best Screenplay, Best Actor/Actress.

27 mai 2002
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Much publicity about the 2004 Palme d'Or

Much publicity about the 2004 Palme d'Or

Review of the Palme d'Or of the 57th Festival, awarded to the Michael Moore documentary on the September 11 attacks, "Fahrenheit 9-11". The jury, presided by Quentin Tarantino explains itself in a press conference, together with the director Michael Moore.

23 mai 2004
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Surprise Palme d'Or for <i>Elephant</i> by Gus Van Sant

Surprise Palme d'Or for Elephant by Gus Van Sant

Palme d'Or for Elephant by Gus Van Sant, an unexpected winner out of a selection considered difficult.

25 mai 2003
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List of winners of the 1999 festival

List of winners of the 1999 festival

Surprise award for the 52nd Festival. The jury, presided by David Cronenberg, awards two social dramas, "Rosetta" and "Humanity", which disconcerts and disappoints certain critics.

23 mai 1999
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List of winners of the 2005 Festival

List of winners of the 2005 Festival

Review of the main awards presented during the closing ceremony of the 58th Festival. The jury presided by Emir Kusturica awards the Palme d'Or to "The Child"" by the Dardenne brothers, and awards the films "Broken Flowers", "Hidden" and "The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada".

21 mai 2005
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Interview with Lars Von Trier and Björk on the occasion of the Palme d'Or awarded to <i>Dancer in the Dark</i>

Interview with Lars Von Trier and Björk on the occasion of the Palme d'Or awarded to Dancer in the Dark

Link-up interview with the director Lars Von Trier, winner of the Palme d'Or for Dancer in the Dark, and the singer Björk, winner of the Best Actress award for her role as Selma.

21 mai 2000
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From the 60th anniversary

For the sixtieth Cannes Film Festival, directors have been honoured : 35 directors from 25 countries have each directed a 3 minutes film, expressing their state of mind of the moment as inspired by the motion picture theatre. All were edited into one movie : To each one, his own cinema .

In 2007 and 2009, the Palme d'or is given to movies that refer to a painful past : 4 months, 3 weeks and 2 days from director Cristian Mungiu tells the story of two young girls, trying to abort in Ceaucescu's Romania , and The White Ribbon from Michael Haneke darkly depicts society and family in a northern German village just before World War I.

More optimistic, The Class from Laurent Cantet - palme d'or in 2008 - is about a French teacher (François Bégaudeau, both teacher and writer, is acting his own part in the movie ), and his experience, during one whole school year, in teaching French class to racially mixed students in a tough Parisian neighborhood. President of the jury, Sean Penn, said he wanted to reward a filmmaker who was "very aware of the times within which he lives".

If in 2010 the Palme d'Or awarded to the film by Apichatpong Weerasethakul came as a surprise, the 2011 selection was hailed as exceptional vintage, dominated by the impressive film The Tree of life by Terrence Malick, the reclusive and secret director. For the 65th edition of the Cannes Film Festival - May 16 to May 27, 2012 - the Italian Nanni Moretti was chosen as president of the jury. This year, the film by Michael Haneke, Love, wins the Palme d'Or. In 2013, the jury chaired by Steven Spielberg crown Adele by Abdellatif Kechiche, and the two film actresses Léa Seydoux and Adele Exarchopoulos.

Review of 60 years of Festival

Review of 60 years of Festival

Retrospective of the Cannes Film Festival highlights, from its birth till today : stars and starlets, scandals and emotion.

13 mai 2007
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List of winners of the 2007 Cannes Festival

List of winners of the 2007 Cannes Festival

Extract of the award ceremony of the 60th Cannes international film festival, where Cristian Mungiu is crowned for his film 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days.

27 mai 2007
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List of winners of the 2008 festival and Palme d'or for Laurent Cantet

List of winners of the 2008 festival and Palme d'or for Laurent Cantet

Overview of the main awards presented during the 61st Cannes Festival and Palme d'or for Laurent Cantet for "The Class".

25 mai 2008
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Directors' Fortnight 40th birthday

Directors' Fortnight 40th birthday

Report about the Directors' Fortnight, which celebrates its 40th birthday : remembering its creation in 1968 and the directors it revealed ; interviews of Cédric Klapisch, organiser Olivier Père and of Jerzy Skolimowski, who opens the Fortnight this year.

15 mai 2008
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List of winners of the 63rd Festival

List of winners of the 63rd Festival

The Palme d'Or of the 63rd Festival surprised everybody : it has been given to the thai movie Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives, by Apichatpong Weerasethakul.

24 mai 2010
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 64th Cannes film festival awards and prizes

64th Cannes film festival awards and prizes

Review of the awards of the 64th Cannes Film Festival ; The Tree of Life by Terrence Malick wins the Palme d'or. The Awards for Best Actor and Best Actress are respectively given to Jean Dujardin and Kirsten Dunst. Maïwenn received the Jury Prize for his third feature film : Poliss.

22 mai 2011
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List of winners of the 1997 festival

List of winners of the 1997 festival

Overview of the principal awards of the 50th edition of the Festival, presided over by Isabelle Adjani, with two joint Palme d'Or awarded to Shohei Imamura and Abbas Kiarostami, and the mixed reactions they provoked.

19 mai 1997
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Kim Basinger on the steps of the Palais

Kim Basinger on the steps of the Palais

Notable arrival at the 50th Festival by the team of the film "L.A. Confidential": Ron Rifkin, Kevin Spacey, Danny de Vito, Russel Crowe, Guy Pierce and Kim Basinger.

14 mai 1997
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Climbing of the steps for the opening of the 1997 Festival

Climbing of the steps for the opening of the 1997 Festival

First climbing of the steps for the 50th Cannes Festival, for the opening ceremony: Isabelle Adjani, the president and some members of her jury, Gong Li, Tim Burton, Patrick Dupond, and the team of the opening film "The Fifth Element": Luc Besson, Milla Jovovich, and Bruce Willis with Demi Moore.

07 mai 1997
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Mystery surrounding <i>Pola X</i> by Leos Carax

Mystery surrounding Pola X by Leos Carax

This evening was the first showing of the film Pola X by Leos Carax, an exceptional and not very talkative director who nevertheless submits to the traditional press conference and the climbed the steps surrounded by his actors.

13 mai 1999
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Interview with Youssef Chahine for <i>The Other</i> in 1999

Interview with Youssef Chahine for The Other in 1999

Interview with the Egyptian director Youssef Chahine, who has come to present The Other out of competition at the 52nd Festival. The director confirms that everything is political and tries to denounce religious integralism and excessive globalisation through his film.

13 mai 1999
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Last climbing of the steps before the declaration of the 1998 winners

Last climbing of the steps before the declaration of the 1998 winners

Atmosphere in Cannes awaiting the winners of the 51st Festival, and review of the last climbing of the steps, with the presentation of "The Dream Life of Angels" by Erick Zonca.

24 mai 1998
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List of prize-winners of the 1998 festival

List of prize-winners of the 1998 festival

The highlights of the 51st award ceremony, with a rousing Roberto Benigni who made the hall of the Palais des Festivals cry with laughter. Theo Angelopoulos took the Palme d'Or, Peter Mullan received the award for the Best Actor and Natacha Regnier and Elodie Bouchez received together the Best Actress award.

24 mai 1998
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Cannes, atmosphere on la Croisette

Cannes, atmosphere on la Croisette

Humorous chronicle of the atmosphere on la Croisette during the Festival, where ridicule never killed anyone, with an interview with Noël Godin the Belgian prankster and Jean-Pierre Mocky.

21 mai 1998
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List of winners of the 2000 festival and interviews

List of winners of the 2000 festival and interviews

Award ceremony of the 53rd festival and interview with the winners Lars Von Trier, Björk, Edward Yang.

21 mai 2000
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Pedro Almodovar, Best Director award for <i>All About My Mother</i>

Pedro Almodovar, Best Director award for All About My Mother

Frédéric Lopez asks Pedro Almodovar, who has just received the Best Director Award for All About My Mother, whether he is disappointed about not winning the Palme d'Or, even though he was the favourite.

23 mai 1999
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Interview with two jury members: Jeff Goldblum and Barbara Hendricks

Interview with two jury members: Jeff Goldblum and Barbara Hendricks

Interview with two members of the jury for the 52nd Festival. Jeff Goldblum explains how he reconciles independent cinema and blockbusters, Barbara Hendricks talks about her commitments as United Nations Ambassador, and they both mention their experience as jury members in Cannes.

13 mai 1999
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Closing ceremony and prize-giving of the 2002 Festival

Closing ceremony and prize-giving of the 2002 Festival

Moving and funny highlights of the closing ceremony of the 55th Festival: Aki Kaurismaki thanks himself, Olivier Gourmet speaks in English.

26 mai 2002
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List of winners of the 2001 Festival

List of winners of the 2001 Festival

No surprise in the winners in an austere Festival: Nanni Moretti receives the Palme d'Or for "The Son's Room", while "The Pianist" by Michael Haneke wins the Best Actor and Best Actress as well as the Grand Prix.

21 mai 2001
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List of winners of the 2001 festival

List of winners of the 2001 festival

Triumph of "The Pianist" by Michael Haneke and "The Son's Room" by Nanni Moretti at the 54th Cannes festival.

20 mai 2001
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Opening of the 1999 Festival

Opening of the 1999 Festival

Extract of the opening ceremony of the 52nd Festival, presented by Kristin Scott Thomas, who recalled that the Cannes Festival is not a showcase cut off from the world and that films must serve as testimony. This evening was preceded by the traditional climbing of the steps with the team of the film "Le Barbier de Siberie" by Nikita Mikhalkov.

12 mai 1999
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Woody Allen opens the 2002 Festival

Woody Allen opens the 2002 Festival

Opening ceremony of the 55th Festival, with special homage by Gilles Jacob to Woody Allen. Climbing of the steps by the jury members, presided by David Lynch.

15 mai 2002
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List of winners of the 2003 Festival and reactions

List of winners of the 2003 Festival and reactions

Controversial and disconcerting prize-giving in 2003: "Elephant" by Gus Van Sant is not a unanimous choice, the Best Actor and Actress prizes are awarded to unknowns and the director Denys Arcand deplores the overly serious choices of the jury.

26 mai 2003
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Interview with Roman Polanski, winner of the Palme d'Or for <i>The Pianist</i>

Interview with Roman Polanski, winner of the Palme d'Or for The Pianist

Interview with Roman Polanski, winner of the Palme d'Or for The Pianist, his most personal film, whose action takes place in the Warsaw ghetto during the war.

26 mai 2002
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List of winners of the 2006 Festival

List of winners of the 2006 Festival

Overview of the awards given out at the 59th Festival: Palme d'Or for Ken Loach, Best Actor award to the five actors of "Days of Glory", Best Actress Award to the six actresses in "Volver".

28 mai 2006
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Opening of the 2004 Festival

Opening of the 2004 Festival

Opening of the 57th Cannes Festival, with the traditional climbing of the steps for the stars and this year for the event employees. It was Pedro Almodovar, surrounded by his favourite actors, who declared the 57th Festival open.

12 mai 2004
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Opening of the 2003 Festival

Opening of the 2003 Festival

Opening of the Cannes Festival by Vincent Perez and Penelope Cruz. Monica Belluci leads the evening and Patrice Chéreau, the president, presents his jury.

14 mai 2003
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Opening of the 2000 Festival

Opening of the 2000 Festival

Opening of the 53rd edition of the Festival, with Luc Besson as president of the jury. After the traditional walk up the steps of the artistic and political celebrities, the ceremony ends with the projection of Roland Joffe's "Vatel" not in the competition.

10 mai 2000
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Jean Rochefort acts the clown

Jean Rochefort acts the clown

Jean Rochefort, a jury member, jokes at the expense of Philippe Noiret and gives a "silent" interview.

23 mai 2003
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On the subject of <i>Look at Me</i> by Agnès Jaoui and Jean-Pierre Bacri

On the subject of Look at Me by Agnès Jaoui and Jean-Pierre Bacri

Presentation in competition at the 57th film Festival of the Agnès Jaoui and Jean-Pierre Bacri film, Look at Me: press conference, extracts and interview with the actress Marilou Berry.

16 mai 2004
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Interview with Fanny Ardant

Interview with Fanny Ardant

Interview with Fanny Ardant, who has come to present the film " The Scent of Blood" by Mario Martone, about her career in both France and Italy.

16 mai 2004
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Opening of the 1998 Festival

Opening of the 1998 Festival

The highlights of the opening evening of the 51st Festival, from the presentation of the jury and its president Martin Scorsese to the climbing of the steps by the singers and models, via a short speech by the United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan.

14 mai 1998
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Opening of the 2005 Festival

Opening of the 2005 Festival

Opening of the 58th Festival, with the traditional climbing of the steps, followed by the opening ceremony presented by Cécile de France. Emir Kusturica will be this year's jury president.

11 mai 2005
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The steps for the opening of the 2001 Festival

The steps for the opening of the 2001 Festival

First climbing of the steps of the 54th Festival, with a swishing parade for "Moulin Rouge" by Baz Luhrman with Nicole Kidman, shown at the opening. It was then the turn of the jury members to climb the Palais steps, with the jury presided by the favourite actress of Ingmar Bergman, Liv Ullmann.

09 mai 2001
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The 2007 selection

The 2007 selection

Just before the opening of the 60th Cannes Film Festival, casual talk with the General Delegate, Thierry Frémeaux, about this year's selection. Presentation of the main films of the 60th anniversary.

19 avr 2007
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Climbing of the steps : protocol

Climbing of the steps : protocol

Report on Jean-François Couvreur, master of ceremony for the climbing of the steps, for more than 20 years.

24 mai 2007
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Before the opening of the 61st Festival

Before the opening of the 61st Festival

The 61st Cannes film festival opens tonight : report on last-minute preparations.

14 mai 2008
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Directors' Fortnight 40th birthday

Directors' Fortnight 40th birthday

Report about the Directors' Fortnight, which celebrates its 40th birthday : remembering its creation in 1968 and the directors it revealed ; interviews of Cédric Klapisch, organiser Olivier Père and of Jerzy Skolimowski, who opens the Fortnight this year.

15 mai 2008
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Is the Festival affected by the financial crisis ?

Is the Festival affected by the financial crisis ?

Report at the Cannes Film festival in 2009 about the impact of the financial crisis.

23 mai 2009
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Last moments of the 2009 festival

Last moments of the 2009 festival

Predictions on the future winners of the 2009 festival, a few hours before the closing ceremony. Among the favorites : Jacques Audiard for A Prophet, Michael Haneke for The White ribbon, and Jane Campion for Bright Star.

24 mai 2009
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<i>Waltz with Bashir</i>

Waltz with Bashir

Interview with Israeli Ari Folman about his animated documentary film Waltz with Bashir. The film depicts Folman in search of his lost memories from the Sabra and Chatila massacre, during the Lebanon War.

15 mai 2008
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Opening of the 62nd film festival

Opening of the 62nd film festival

Opening evening of the 62nd festival and first climbing of the steps by the jury.

13 mai 2009
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Isabelle Huppert, president of the jury

Isabelle Huppert, president of the jury

Presentation of Isabelle Huppert, president of the jury for the 62nd Cannes Festival.

13 mai 2009
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Tim Burton, president of the jury

Tim Burton, president of the jury

Presentation of the american director Tim Burton, president of the jury for the 63rd Cannes Festival.

09 mai 2010
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 2011 Cannes film festival official selection

2011 Cannes film festival official selection

Major feature films for Cannes film Festival 2011 official selection unveiled tonight, competing for the Palme d'Or nineteen films, including three French films.

14 avr 2011
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 Robert de Niro, president of the 64th Cannes Film Festival

Robert de Niro, president of the 64th Cannes Film Festival

Retrospective of Robert De Niro's career , the American actor and film director is president of the 64th Cannes Film Festival jury.

08 mai 2011
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 <i>Habemus papam</i> by Nanni Moretti

Habemus papam by Nanni Moretti

Introducing Habemus papam by Nanni Moretti, with actor Michel Piccoli playing a Pope who finally refuses to perform his duties. The 85 year-old actor is nominated for Best Actor.

14 mai 2011
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 <i>La Piel que habito</i> by Pedro Almodovar

La Piel que habito by Pedro Almodovar

Introducing the latest Pedro Almodovar's film in Cannes, La Piel que Habito. Excerpts from the film interspersed with interviews with the director and actor Antonio Banderas.

19 mai 2011
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 64th Cannes film festival awards and prizes

64th Cannes film festival awards and prizes

Review of the awards of the 64th Cannes Film Festival ; The Tree of Life by Terrence Malick wins the Palme d'or. The Awards for Best Actor and Best Actress are respectively given to Jean Dujardin and Kirsten Dunst. Maïwenn received the Jury Prize for his third feature film : Poliss.

22 mai 2011
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 2013 Cannes film festival official selection

2013 Cannes film festival official selection

Major feature films for Cannes film Festival 2013 official selection unveiled tonight, competing for the Palme d'Or nineteen films, including four French films.

18 avr 2013
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 66th Cannes film festival awards and prizes

66th Cannes film festival awards and prizes

Review of the awards of the 66th Cannes Film Festival ; Adele by Abdellatif Kechiche wins the Palme d'or, along with two actresses Léa Seydoux and Adèle Exarchopoulos. The Awards for Best Actor and Best Actress are respectively given to Bruce Dern and Bérénice Bejo. The Coen brothers received the Jury Prize for Inside Llewyn Davis.

26 mai 2013
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 The 2014 film selection

The 2014 film selection

A report on the Cannes Festival, whose official selection was revealed this morning. 18 films in all, including four French films. The competition features Godard, Cronenberg as well as the Dardenne brothers. Not to mention Michel Hazanavicius' latest film. On the showbiz side of things, a highly anticipated film will open the festival: the Grace of Monaco biopic. An interview with Thierry Frémaux (General Delegate of the Cannes Festival) on the arrival of young film makers.

17 avr 2014
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The winners of the 67th Cannes Festival

The winners of the 67th Cannes Festival

A story on the Cannes Festival's award ceremony. Nuri Bilge Ceylan wins the Palme d'Or (Golden Palm). Xavier Dolan and Jean-Luc Godard are awarded the Jury Prize. The Best Director Award goes to Bennett Miller. Timothy Spall walks away with the Best Actor award. The story includes film clips and excerpts from Xavier Dolan and Timothy Spall's acceptance speeches.

24 mai 2014
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Just before the opening

Just before the opening

The 68th edition of the Cannes Film festival opens in Cannes. On the Croisette, it's the excitement, with the last minute preparations, the curious, fans, onlookers awaiting for the stars. Comment on pictures of Cannes alternates with a clip from the film Standing Tall, images of Valérie Donzelli during a shoot and interviews of spectators, of Emmanuelle Bercot, director, and of Lambert Wilson, master of ceremony for the opening of this festival.
13 mai 2015
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Palme d'or for Jacques Audiard with <em>Dheepan</em>

Palme d'or for Jacques Audiard with Dheepan

The 68th International Film Festival of Cannes celebrates the French cinema and films about the world today. Vincent Lindon received the Best Actor award for The Measure of a Man, Jacques Audiard received the Palme d'Or for his film Dheepan, Emmanuelle Bercot the Best Actress Award for Mon Roi, along with Rooney Mara for Carol. The jury prize went to The Lobster by Yorgos Lanthimos..
24 mai 2015
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Awards 2016

Awards 2016

69th Cannes Film festival awards : Ken Loach receives the Palme d'or for I, Daniel Blake from George Miller, president of the jury and Mel Gibson. The Grand Prix is given to It's only the end of the world by Xavier Dolan. The interpretation awards are received by Shahab Hosseini and Jaclyn Jose. The Palme d'or of honor is awarded to Jean-Pierre Léaud. The mise en scene award is won by Olivier Assayas and the Caméra d'Or is given to Houda Benyamina for Divines.
22 mai 2016
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