Focused on arthouse, artistically daring films, the 2023 Un Certain Regard selection has included 20 feature films – 8 of which are first features also competing for the Caméra d’or
This year, the opening film was Thomas Cailley’s Le Règne animal.
Chaired by American actor John C. Reilly, the Jury included French director and screenwriter Alice Winocour, German actress Paula Beer, French-Cambodian director and producer Davy Chou and Belgian actress Émilie Dequenne.
Un Certain Regard 2023 ends on a high note with the screening of Alex Lutz’s film Une nuit.
Un Certain Regard Prize
HOW TO HAVE SEX
directed by Molly Manning Walker
New Voice Prize
directed by Baloji
CROWRÃ (THE BURITI FLOWER)
directed by João Salaviza & Renée Nader Messora
directed by Mohamed Kordofani
Asmae El Moudir
in KADIB ABYAD (THE MOTHER OF ALL LIES)
LES MEUTES (HOUNDS)
directed by Kamal Lazraq
Rerun of the films in Paris
From May 31 to June 6, 2023 at the Arlequin.
The award-winning films
HOW TO HAVE SEXMolly MANNING WALKERUn Certain Regard, 2023
AUGURE(OMEN) BALOJIUn Certain Regard, 2023
CROWRÃ(THE BURITI FLOWER) João SALAVIZA, Renée NADER MESSORAUn Certain Regard, 2023
GOODBYE JULIAMohamed KORDOFANIUn Certain Regard, 2023
KADIB ABYAD(THE MOTHER OF ALL LIES) Asmae EL MOUDIRUn Certain Regard, 2023
LES MEUTES(HOUNDS) Kamal LAZRAQUn Certain Regard, 2023