All winners of the 76th Cannes Film Festival

Saturday 27 May 2023

Anatomy of the shotToday, by French director Justine Tritt, won the Palme d’Or at the 76th Cannes Film Festival. This is the third time that a woman has won this award, after Jane Campion and Julia Ducurnau.

The jury is chaired by Swedish director Robin Ostlund, surrounded by Moroccan director Maryam Touzani, French actor Denis Menouche, British-Zambian screenwriter and director Rongano Nyuni, American actress and director Brie Larson, and American actor and director Paul Dano. Afghan writer Atiq Rahimi, Argentine director and screenwriter Damien Zifron and French director Julia Ducurnau were awarded the Grand Jury Prize for area of ​​interestDirected by Jonathan Glazer and produced in collaboration between the UK, Poland and the US, for its powerful family story centering on a Nazi commander at Auschwitz.

Awarded Best Director for pot or fauxDirected by the French-Vietnamese Tran Anh Hung, it is a sensational Franco-Belgian production that captivated both the audience and the jury.

Koji Yakusho is the hero of the movie Perfect days By Wim Wenders, he won Best Actor for his role as a public toilet cleaner. On the other hand, Merv Duzdar from Turkey won the Best Actress Award for her performance in About dry herbs Written by Nuri Bilge Ceylan.

In the Best Screenplay category, Yuji Sakamoto was honored for his work Monster, a Japanese film directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda, captivated the jury with its clever and insightful narrative. Sakamoto’s text has been noted for its originality and ability to explore related topics in an innovative way.

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The jury prize was awarded to Fallen leavesdirected by Aki Kaurismäki, a German-Finnish production. This poignant and poetic film won the hearts of the jury with its powerful story and distinct direction.

And it went to the Caméra d’Or, which awards the best first film award at the festival Inside a yellow cocoon shellDirected by Thien An Pham, it is a co-production of Vietnam, Singapore, France and Spain.

In the short films category, 27 Flora Anna Buda, a French-Hungarian production, won the Palme d’Or for Best Short Film. In addition, special mention was given to fardirected by Gunnur Martinsdóttir Schlüter, is an Icelandic film that resonated deeply with the jury for its unique story and powerful message.


Palme d’Or: Anatomy of the shot – Justin Trier (France)
Grand Jury Prize: area of ​​interest – Jonathan Glazer (UK / Poland / USA)
Best Director: Tran Anh Hung – pot or faux (France / Belgium)
Best Actress: Merv Dezdar – About dry herbs (Türkiye / France / Germany / Sweden)
Best Actor: Koji Yakusho Perfect days (Germany / Japan)
Best screenplay: Yuji Sakamoto Monster (Japan)
Jury Prize: Fallen leaves – Aki Kaurismäki (Finland / Germany)
golden camera: Inside a yellow cocoon shell Thien An Pham (Vietnam/Singapore/France/Spain)
Palme d’Or for Best Short Film: 27 – Flora Anna Boda (Hungary / France)
Special mention: far – Gunnor Martinsdottir Schlüter (Iceland)

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