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Festival de Cannes

Winners of the 77th Edition of the Festival de Cannes

todayMay 25, 2024

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From groundbreaking debuts to legendary recognitions, this year's Festival de Cannes showcased the power of storytelling.

The 77th edition of the Festival de Cannes concluded with a spectacular ceremony, honoring the finest in filmmaking from around the globe. This year’s festival highlighted remarkable talent, groundbreaking stories, and a celebration of cinematic excellence. Here’s a comprehensive look at the winners of the prestigious awards.

Palme d’Or (Golden Palm)

Winner: “Anora” (Directed by Sean Baker)

Sean Baker‘s “Anora” clinched the Palme d’Or, the highest honour at the Cannes Film Festival. The US comedy-drama stars Mikey Madison as Anora, a sex worker entangled in a whirlwind romance with a Russian oligarch. Baker, known for his unique storytelling, dedicated his award to sex workers and emphasized the importance of theatrical distribution.

Grand Prix (Grand Prize)

Winner: “All We Imagine As Light” (Directed by Payal Kapadia)

Payal Kapadia‘s “All We Imagine As Light” won the Grand Prix. This Indian film, a poignant narrative about two nurses’ journey to a beach town, is the first Indian film in Cannes Competition in 30 years. Kapadia highlighted themes of inclusivity and empathy in her acceptance speech.

Prix du Jury (Jury Prize)

Winner: “Emilia Pérez” (Directed by Jacques Audiard)

Jacques Audiard‘s “Emilia Pérez,” a Spanish-language musical thriller, took home the Jury Prize. The film’s star-studded cast, including Adriana Paz, Zoe Saldaña, Karla Sofía Gascón, and Selena Gomez, also shared the Best Actress award.

Prix d’interprétation masculine (Best Actor)

Winner: Jesse Plemons for “Kinds Of Kindness”

Jesse Plemons was honoured as Best Actor for his multifaceted roles in Yorgos Lanthimos“Kinds Of Kindness.” His performance as a submissive businessman, a grieving police officer, and a bisexual cult member showcased his exceptional range and talent.

Prix d’interprétation féminine (Best Actress)

Winners: Adriana Paz, Zoe Saldaña, Karla Sofía Gascón, and Selena Gomez for “Emilia Pérez”

In an unprecedented move, the four lead actresses of “Emilia Pérez” shared the Best Actress award. Their collective portrayal in the film resonated with the jury, celebrating the harmony of sisterhood. Explaining the jury’s unusual decision to award Best Actress to an ensemble, Greta Gerwig noted that each performer was exceptional individually, but “together they’re transcendent.”


Prix de la mise en scène (Best Director)

Winner: Miguel Gomes for “Grand Tour”

Portuguese filmmaker Miguel Gomes received the Best Director award for “Grand Tour.” The film’s innovative blend of black-and-white and color footage, alongside period reenactments, impressed the jury.

Prix du scénario (Best Screenplay)

Winner: Coralie Fargeat for “The Substance”

Coralie Fargeat‘s screenplay for “The Substance,” a bold and audacious body horror film, earned the Best Screenplay award. The film explores women’s experiences and the violence they face about ageing and beauty standards and is praised for its revolutionary message. “I really believe that movies can change the world, so I hope this movie will be a little stone to build new foundations,” said Fargeat. “I really think we need a revolution and I don’t think it has really started yet.”

Prix Spécial est attribué (Special Award for Best Screenplay)

Winner: “The Seed Of The Sacred Fig” (Written and Directed by Mohammad Rasoulof)

Iranian filmmaker Mohammad Rasoulof was honoured with a special award for his screenplay, “The Seed Of The Sacred Fig.” Rasoulof, who fled Iran due to political persecution, received a standing ovation for his courageous and poignant storytelling.

Camera d’Or (Best First Film)

Winner: “Armand” (Directed by Halfdan Ullmann Tøndel)

Halfdan Ullmann Tøndel‘s debut feature “Armand” won the Camera d’Or, recognizing the best first film across all sections. The film’s innovative storytelling and compelling narrative stood out among the competition.

Special Mention: “Mongrel” (Directed by Wei Liang Chiang and You Qiao Yin)

“Mongrel,” co-directed by Wei Liang Chiang and You Qiao Yin, received a special mention for its impressive direction and storytelling.

Short Film Palme d’Or

Winner: “The Man Who Could Not Remain Silent” (Directed by Nebojša Slijepčević)

Nebojša Slijepčević’s short film “The Man Who Could Not Remain Silent” won the Short Film Palme d’Or. The film’s powerful narrative and impactful message captivated the jury.

Special Mention: “Bad For A Moment” (Directed by Daniel Soares)

Daniel Soares“Bad For A Moment” received a special mention for its exceptional storytelling and direction.

Honorary Palme d’Or

Winner: George Lucas

The legendary George Lucas was awarded the Honorary Palme d’Or for his outstanding contributions to the film industry. Presented by Francis Ford Coppola, the award celebrated Lucas’s influential career and enduring legacy in cinema.
“I’m just a kid who grew up in a vineyard in Modesto, California, who makes movies in San Francisco, with my friend Francis,” said Lucas. “It’s definitely a different world. I’ve actually never made a film in Hollywood as a director.”

The 77th Cannes Film Festival showcased a diverse array of films, highlighting the power of storytelling and the importance of cinema. From Sean Baker’s “Anora” to Payal Kapadia’s “All We Imagine As Light,” this year’s winners have set new benchmarks in filmmaking, ensuring that the magic of cinema continues to inspire and captivate audiences worldwide.

Written by: Federica Scarpa



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