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Awards 2011

Feature films

    Palme d'Or

  • THE TREE OF LIFE directed by Terrence MALICK
  • Grand Prix Ex-aequo

  • BIR ZAMANLAR ANADOLU'DA (ONCE UPON A TIME IN ANATOLIA) directed by Nuri Bilge CEYLAN
  • LE GAMIN AU VÉLO (THE KID WITH A BIKE) directed by Jean-Pierre et Luc DARDENNE
  • Award for Best Director

  • Nicolas WINDING REFN for DRIVE
  • Award for Best Screenplay

  • Joseph CEDAR for HEARAT SHULAYIM (Footnote)
  • Award for Best Actress

  • Kirsten DUNST in MELANCHOLIA directed by Lars VON TRIER
  • Award for Best Actor

  • Jean DUJARDIN in THE ARTIST directed by Michel HAZANAVICIUS
  • Jury Prize

  • POLISSE (POLISS) directed by MAÏWENN

Short Films

    Palme d'Or - Short Film

  • CROSS (CROSS - COUNTRY) directed by Maryna VRODA
  • Jury Prize - Short Film

  • BADPAKJE 46 (SWIMSUIT 46) directed by Wannes DESTOOP

Cannes Film Festival 2011

The Cannes Film Festival returns for its 64th edition this year and with the big studios emerging from the financial crisis, the glamour is back!

Robert De Niro heads the jury that will decide which director walks away with the coveted Palme d'Or for the best film. De Niro is one of many stars expected on the French riviera for a festival renowned as much for its luxury yachts and all-night parties as its focus on film.

Follow the reviews and interviews as well as the fun and fashion here.

Official Selection 2011

  • Bir zamanlar anadolu'da (Once upon a time in Anatolia) directed by Nuri Bilge Ceylan. Turkey / Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Drive directed by Nicolas Winding Refn. USA
  • Habemus papam directed by Nanni Moretti. Italy / France
  • Hanezu no tsuki (Hanezu) directed by Naomi Kawase. Japan
  • Hearat shulayim (Footnote) directed by Joseph Cedar. Israel
  • Ichimei (Hara-kiri: death of a samurai) directed by Takashi Miike. Japan
  • L'apollonide - souvenirs de la maison close (House of tolerance) directed by Bertrand Bonello. France
  • La piel que habito (The skin I live in) directed by Pedro Almodóvar. Spain
  • La source des femmes (The source) directed by Radu Mihaileanu. France / Morroco / Belgium / Italy
  • Le gamin au vélo (The kid with a bike) directed by Jean-Pierre et Luc Dardenne. Belgium / France / Italy
  • Le Havre directed by Aki Kaurismäki. Finland / France / Germany
  • Melancholia directed by Lars Von Trier. Denmark / Sweden / France / Germany
  • Michael directed by Markus Schleinzer. Austria
  • Pater directed by Alain Cavalier. France
  • Polisse (Poliss) directed by Maïwenn. France
  • Sleeping beauty directed by Julia Leigh. Australia
  • The artist directed by Michel Hazanavicius. France
  • The tree of life directed by Terrence Malick. USA
  • This must be the place directed by Paolo Sorrentino. Italy / France / Ireland
  • We need to talk about Kevin directed by Lynne Ramsay. UK

cinema

Juries 2011

  • Robert DE NIRORobert DE NIRO
  • Olivier ASSAYASOlivier ASSAYAS
  • Martina GUSMANMartina GUSMAN
  • Mahamat-Saleh HAROUNMahamat-Saleh HAROUN
  • Jude LAWJude LAW
  • Nansun SHINansun SHI
  • Uma THURMANUma THURMAN
  • Johnnie TOJohnnie TO
  • Linn ULLMANNLinn ULLMANN

2011 Cannes Film Festival - directors in competition

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