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CANNES FILM FESTIVAL. The 76th edition of the Cannes Film Festival ended on Saturday May 27, 2023. Find the complete winners and highlights.

[Put to; day May 30, 2023 at 9:33 a.m.] End clap for the Cannes Film Festival. The 76th edition of the world's largest film festival has come to an end. this Saturday, May 27, 2023, with the reveal of the winners and the screening of the Pixar film Elementaireat the end. Anatomy of a Fallwon the Palme d’or 2023.

This film, directed by by the Frenchwoman Justine Triet, follows a trial following the suspicious death of a man, whose wife is accused of homicide. Justine Triet thus becomes the third director to be win this award in the entire history of the Cannes Film Festival, after Jane Campion and Julia Ducournau.

Among other awards, The Zone of Interest won the Grand Prix, when the Jury Prize came to reward Dead Leaves. The interpretation prizes saluted performances by Koji Yakusho (Perfect Days) and Merve Dizdar (Dried Herbs). The passion of Dodin Bouffant won the Direction Award and Monster the Screenplay Award.

Justine Triet creates controversy and criticizes the government

After receiving the Palme d'or forAnatomy of a Fall, the director criticized the attitude of the government in the context of pension reform. She notably criticized the government for having "repressed’ and denied in a shocking way" the movement before denouncing "the commodification of culture that the neoliberal government defends, which is in the process of destroying the French cultural exception". On her Twitter account, Minister of Culture Rima Abdul Malak reacted by saying she was “stunned by his unjust speech.” Relive the highlights of the Cannes Film Festival below.

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The Palme d'Or of the 2023 Festival was submission to the film Anatomy of a Fall. This feature film, directed by by Justine Triet, follows the trial of a writer accused of the murder of her husband. Quickly, the life of this couple and their family is dissected by the magistrates. The French director received the prize from Ruben Östlund this Saturday, May 27, 2023.

  • Palme d'or: Anatomy of a Fallby Justine Triet
  • Grand Prix: The Zone of Interest by Jonathan Glazer
  • Jury Prize : Dead Leaves by Aki Kaurismaki.
  • Male Actor Prize :  Koji Yakusho for Perfect Days 
  • Female Actor Award : < /strong>Merve Dizdar for Dried herbs
  • Director's Award : The Passion of Dodin Bouffant by Trần Anh Hùng 
  • Screenplay Award : Monster
  • Scenario Award Camera d'or : The Golden Butterfly Treeby Pham Thien An
  • Palme d'or for short film : 27 by Flóra Anna Buda
  • Un Certain Regard Prize : How to have sex by Molly Manning Walker

We do not yet know the date of the next Cannes Film Festival. Traditionally, the event is traditionally held during the last fortnight of May, a privileged period. e by the organizers. The latest edition of the world's largest film festival took place from May 16 to 27, 2023..

Films in official competition at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival

  • Club Zero by Jessica Hausner
  • The area of ​​interest&nbsp ;by Jonathan Glazer (Grand Prix 2023)
  • Autumn leaves  by Aki Kaurismaki (Jury Prize 2023)
  • The girls of Olfa by Kaouther Ben Hania Ben Hania
  • Asteroid City by Wes Anderson
  • Anatomy of a Fall  by Justine Triet (Palme d'or 2023)
  • Monster by Kore-eda Hirokazu (2023 Screenplay Prize)
  • Towards a radiant futureby Nanni Moretti
  • La chimera  by Alice Rohrwacher
  • Dried herbs by Nuri Bilge Ceylan (Female Interpretation Prize)
  • L'ée; last by Catherine Breillat
  • The passion of Dodin Bouffant by Tran Anh Hung (Director’s Award b>)
  • Rapito by Marco Bellocchio
  • May December by Todd Haynes
  • < li>Firebrand by Karim Aïnouz

  • The old oak by Ken Loach
  • Banel and Adama by Ramata-Toulaye Sy
  • Perfect Daysby Wim Wenders (Male Actor Prize)
  • Youthby Wang Bing< /li>
  • Black Flies by Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire
  • The Return by Catherine Corsini
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    Films presented out of competition at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival

    • Jeanne du Barryby Maïwenn, in film opening
    • Killers of the Flower Moon by Martin Scorsese
    • The Idol by Sam Levinson
    • Cobweb by Kim Jee-woon
    • Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny by James Mangold
    • L'abbé Pierre – a life of struggle by Frédéric Tellier
    • Elementaire (Pixar), in closing film

    The films presented at Cannes Premieres 2023

    • Time to loveby Katell Quillévévévéré 
    • Close your eyes by Victor Erice
    • Bonnard, Pierre et Marthe by Martin Provost
    • Kubi by Takeshi Kitano
    • Perdidos en la noche by Amat Escalante< /li>
    • Love and Forestsby Valérie Donzelli
    • Eurekaby Lisandro Alonso

    The midnight screenings of the Cannes Film Festival

    • Omar the Strawberryby Ellias Belkeddar
    • Acidby Just Philippot
    • Kennedyby Anurag Kashyap

    The films presented in special screenings at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival

    • Ghost Portraits by Kleber  Mendonça Filho
    • The sound of time, Anselm Kiefer by Win Wenders
    • Occupied city de Steve McQueen
    • Man in black by Wang Bing
    • Little Girl Blue by Mona Achache
    • Bread and roses by Sahra Mani
    • Marguerite's Theorem by Anna Novion

    The Un Certain Regard category at the Festival de Cannes 2023

    • Los Deliquentes by Rodrigo Moreno
    • How to have sex by  Molly Manning Walker (Un Certain Regard Award)
    • Goodbye Juliaby Mohamed Kordofani
    • Crowra by Joao Salaviza and Renée Nader Messora
    • Simple as Sylvain  by Monia Chokri
    • The mother of all lies by Kadib Abyad
    • The Colons by Felipe Galvez
    • Augure by Baloji Tshiani
    • The breaking ice by Anthony Chen
    • Rosalie by Stephanie Di Giusto
    • The New boy by Warwick Thornton
    • If only I could hibernate by Zoljargal Purevdash
    • Hopeless by Kim Chang- hoon
    • Terrestrial verses by Ali Asgari and Alireza Khatami
    • Nothing to worry about loseby Delphine Deloget
    • Les Meutes by Kamal Lazraq
    • The Animal Kingdom&nbsp ;by Thomas Cailley (opening)
    • Only the river flows by Wei Shujun
    • One night by Alex Lutz (closing film)

    If it's the stars who make the news; at the Cannes Film Festival, it is possible for everyone to participate in the Cannes Festival… under certain conditions. Indeed, access to the event is reserved primarily to cinema professionals and journalists who must be accredited. But moviegoers aged 18 to 19 28-year-olds can also hope to discover films screened on the Croisette thanks to the “Three-day à la Croisette” Pass. Canes". We explain how to register and become accredited in detail below:

    • Cinema professionals (administrations, artistic agencies, press officers, actors, film commissions, cinema communication and marketing, distribution, exhibitors, film school students, cultural institutions, musicians, producers, directors, technicians…etc) can become accredited by going to their personal space on the official festival website. You must not forget to attach supporting documents regarding your profession to have access to this information. the event. Click here for more information.
    • Film buffs and educational groups can also request access to the Cannes Film Festival, as part of the “Cannes Cinéphile” program. You must submit a request here, attaching supporting documents depending on your status (school certificates for school groups, identity documents, cover letter for film students). ma and members of a cultural association,…). Click here for more information.
    • The accreditation "Three days at Cannes" allows you to moviegoers aged 18 to 18 years old 28 years old to participate for three days in Join the event, and discover films from the official selection and a dedicated program. To request accreditation, you must provide with your request an identity document, a photo ID, a cover letter and a letter detailing your professional project (optional). Click here for more information.

    Ruben & Ouml;stlund was appointed chosen as president of the 2023 Cannes Film Festival. A choice that makes sense since the Swedish filmmaker has already two Palmes d'or his assets: The Square, in 2017, and Unfiltered (Triangle of Sadness) in 2022. To choose the next winning films, he will be accompanied by in her reflections by the Moroccan director Maryam Touzani, the French actor Denis Ménochet, the British-Zambian screenwriter and director Rungano Nyoni, the actress and director Rungano Nyoni. American director Brie Larson, American actor Paul Dano, Afghan writer Atiq Rahimi, Argentinian director Damián Szifrón, as well as French director Julia Ducournau.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116