The 76th Cannes Film Festival concludes this evening with the main awards, including the Palme d’Or, which will be awarded by jury Ruben Ostlund inside the Palais. Scroll down for the list of winners that gets updated as the awards are announced.
It’s been a busy and hectic week here on the Riviera, starting with Johnny Depp-starrer Jane du Barry and continuing to star-studded world premieres Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny And Martin Scorsese Moonflower KillersAll out of competition. There are 21 films in the main race including titles from notable filmmakers like Wes Anderson (Asteroid City) and Todd Haynes (May-December) as well as former Palme d’Or winners Nuri Bilge Ceylan (About dry herbs), Nanny Moretti (Il Sol Dell’Avvenire), Ken Loach (old oak), Wim Wenders (Perfect days) and Hirokazu Kore-eda (Monster).
Jonathan Glazer received The area of interestAlice Rohrwacher no chimera and Aki Kaurismaki Fallen leaves side by side Perfect days And may december.
However, it is all up to him to be caught because juries in Cannes are very unpredictable. This year’s event includes two-time Palme d’Or winner Ostlund, as well as director Maryam Touzani, actor Denis Menouche, writer/director Rongano Nyoni, actress/director Brie Larson, actor/director Paul Dano, writer Atiq Rahimi, and director Damien Zifron and director. Julia DuCorneau.
We’ll know more in a bit, so check back as we update the winners below:
Fall AnatomyDier: Justin Triet
area of interestDier: Jonathan Glazer
Tranh Anh Hong, pot or faux
Fallen leavesdir: Aki Kaurismäki
best case scenario
Yuji Sakamato Monster
Merv Duzdar About dry herbs
Koji Yakusho Perfect days
Inside a yellow cocoon shelldir.: Thien An Pham
Palme d’Or short film
27Monastery: Flora Anna Buda
fardir.: Gunnur Martinsdottir Schluter
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