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Winners Announced – Live – Deadline – .


Refresh to last… : The 74th Cannes Film Festival ends this evening with the proclamation of the winners of the main prizes soon from the Grand Théâtre Lumière inside the Palais. Cannes’ return this year, after the pandemic forced its cancellation in 2020, has been an interesting affair, filled with Covid tests, small crowds – despite a slew of tourists on vacation – and especially a new official selection of the competition.
Among the best-received applications this year is Ryusuke Hamaguchi Drive my car, a brooding, introspective drama about long-held secrets, regrets and revelations widely revealed on the road in a moving car – and also the longest-running film of the competition at just three hours away.

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Former Cannes winner Asghar Farhadi is also making waves with A hero, an inspiring story of a good deed gone bad. that of Joachim Trèves The worst person in the world was widely praised and acquired by Neon as a result of a struggle for North American rights. Paul Verhoeven, meanwhile, was back with a scorching period piece Benedetta, based on the true story of a 17th century abbess whose claims of mystical visions and miracles were investigated by the Catholic Church in a trial that lasted from 1619 to 1623.

The opening of Leos Carax Annette, the daring of Julia Ducournau Titanium, Sean Baker’s Red rocket, Apichatpong Weerasthakul’s Memory, Juho Kuosmanen’s Compartment n ° 6 and that of Wes Anderson The French dispatch also sparked discussion.

Each year, the outcome here in Cannes is anything but predictable, and Spike Lee’s jury could go in any direction. We’ll know more in a few moments, so check back as we update the winners below:

Jury Prize (TIE)
Ahed’s knee, director: Nadav Lapid
Memory, production: Apichatpong Weerasthakul

Best actor
Caleb Landry Jones, Nitrame

Golden Camera
Murina, dir: Antoneta Adresse Kusijanovic Address

Palme d’or for short film
All the crows in the world, réal: Tang Yi
Special mention: August sky, you: Jasmin Tenucci

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