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Robert de Niro, Laurent Cantet - AFP

Robert de Niro, Laurent Cantet - AFP

The official Jury of this 61st Fesival de Cannes, présided over by Sean Penn, revealed the Prize winners during the closing Ceremony of May, 25th.

The official Jury of this 61st Fesival de Cannes, présided over by Sean Penn, revealed the Prize winners during the closing Ceremony of May, 25th.
Édouard Baer hosted Robert de Niro on the stage of the Grand Théâtre Lumière to award the Palme d’or to the best film among the 22 in Competition.

Barry Levinson’s closing film What Just Happened? starring Robert De Niro, Sean Penn and Bruce Willis, was screened at the end of the ceremony.


IN COMPETTION - FEATURE FILMS

Palme d'Or

ENTRE LES MURS by Laurent Cantet

Grand Prix

GOMORRA by Matteo Garrone

Prize of the 61st Festival de Cannes ex-aequo
Catherine Deneuve for UN CONTE DE NOËL by Arnaud DESPLECHIN
Clint Eastwood for THE EXCHANGE

Award for the Best Director

ÜÇ MAYMUN (Three Monkeys) by Nuri Bilge Ceylan

Jury Prize
IL DIVO by Paolo Sorrentino

Best Performance for an Actor
Benicio Del Toro for CHE by Steven SODERBERGH

Best Performance for an Actress
Sandra Corveloni for LINHA DE PASSE by Walter SALLES, Daniela THOMAS

Award for the Best Screenplay
LORNA'S SILENCE by Jean-Pierre and Luc DARDENNE

Le Prix Vulcain de l’Artiste-Technicien
Luca Bigazzi and Angelo Raguseo  for IL DIVO by Paolo SORRENTINO.

IN COMPETTION - SHORT FILMS

Palme d'Or
MEGATRON by Marian Crisan

Jury Prize
JERRYCAN by Julius Avery


CAMERA D'OR


HUNGER by Steve McQueen (Un Certain Regard)

Mention Spéciale Caméra d'Or

VSE UMRUT A JA OSTANUS (They will die all but me) by Valeria Gaï GUERMANIKA (International Critics'Week)


UN CERTAIN REGARD


Un Certain Regard Prize
TULPAN by Sergey Dvortsevoy

Jury Prize
TOKYO SONATA by Kurosawa Kiyoshi

Heart Throb Jury Prize

WOLKE 9 by Andreas Drese

The Knockout of Un Certain Regard
TYSON by James Toback

Prize of Hope

JOHNNY MAD DOG by Jean-Stéphane SAUVAIRE

CINEFONDATION

First Cinéfondation Prize
HIMNON (Hymn) by Elad Keidan (The Sam Spiegel Film and TV School, Israël)

Second Cinéfondation Prize
FORBACH by Claire Burger (La fémis, France)

Third Cinéfondation Prize

STOP by Park Jae-ok (The Korean Academy of Film Arts, Corée du Sud)
KESTOMERKITSIJÄT (Signalisation des routes) by Juho Kuosmanen (University of Art and Design Helsinki, Finlande)

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