Michael Haneke’s The White Ribbon wins the Palm d’Or.
Thanks to frederic lyon for letting us know Charlotte Gainsbourg has been named Best Actress for her role in Antichrist and Christoph Waltz has won for Best Actor in Inglourious Basterds.
Jacques Audiard’s A Prophet wins the Grand Prix.
Brillante Mendoza wins Best Director for Kinatay.
Lou Ye wins Best Screenplay for Spring Fever.
The Jury Prize is split between Fish Tank and Thirst.
Special Award to 87-year-old Alain Resnais, whose Wild Grass premiered in Cannes this week. It’s Resnais’ 47th film, and 4th to be nominated for the Palm d’Or. (Hiroshima mon amour, Stavisky, and Mon oncle d’Am√©rique are the other 3.)
(thanks to dela for guiding us to Cannes Film Festival website, where all the winners are listed with some photos.)
Sasha provides the full list of winners (via filmmisery), in prettier layout, after the cut.
- Palme d‚ÄôOr: The White Ribbon directed by Michael Haneke
- Grand Prix: A Prophet by Jacques Audiard
- Special Jury Prize: Alan Resnais director of Wild Grass
- Prix du Jury (Jury Prize): Fish Tank directed by Andrea Arnold & Thirst directed by Park Chan-Wook
- Best Director: Kinatay by Brillante Mendoza
- Best Screenplay: Spring Fever by Lou Ye
- Best Actor: Christoph Waltz for Inglourious Basterds
- Best Actress: Charlotte Gainsbourgh for Antichrist
- Camera d‚ÄôOr: Samson and Delilah directed by Warwick Thorton
- Camera d‚ÄôOr (Special Mention): Ajami
- Short Film Palme d‚ÄôOr: Arena directed by Joao Salaviza
Un Certain Regard
- Prize of Un Certain Regard: Dogtooth directed by Yorgos Lanthimos
- Jury Prize: Police, Adjective, directed by Corneliu Porumboiu
- Special Prize: No One Knows About Persian Cats directed by Bahman Ghobadi & Father of my children directed by Mia Hansen-Love