Awards for 2015

Grand Prize of the Jury

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Jury Prize

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Best Actress

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Best Director

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Best Screenplay

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Honorary Golden Palm

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Un Certain Regard Jury Prize

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Canal+ Award

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Grand Golden Rail

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Small Golden Rail

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Golden Coach

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SACD Prize (Directors' Fortnight)

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Label Europa Cinemas

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C.I.C.A.E. Award

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FIPRESCI Prize

Competition

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Un Certain Regard

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Parallel Sections

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Prize of the Ecumenical Jury

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Mia Madre: Nanni Moretti
A well-crafted, fine film suffused with humour that elegantly explores the human journey through loss to new beginnings.

Prize of the Ecumenical Jury - Special Mention

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The Measure of a Man: Stéphane Brizé
For its prophetical stance on the world of work and its sharp reflection on our tacit complicity in the inhumane logics of merchandising.

Trap: Brillante Mendoza
For the sensitive portrayal of individuals and communities working for life in the midst of suffering and death in the shadows of natural catastrophies in the Philippines.

François Chalais Award

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Chopard Trophy

Female Revelation

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Male Revelation

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France 4 Visionary Award

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Vulcain Prize for the Technical Artist

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Son of Saul: Tamás Zányi (sound designer)
for the outstanding contribution of sound to the narration.

Illy Prize

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Illy Prize - Special Mention

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Queer Palm

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Carol: Todd Haynes
The film we've chosen to award is more than a movie, it's a moment in history. The first time a love story between two women was treated with the respect and significance of any other mainstream cinematic romance. For its heartbreaking performances, stunning mise-en-scene, and overall mastery of craft we are proud to award CAROL with the Queer Palm.

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Un Certain Regard - A Certain Talent Prize

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The Treasure: Corneliu Porumboiu
for the masterful narration.

Un Certain Regard - Avenir Prize

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Un Certain Regard - Directing Prize

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Gan Foundation Support for Distribution

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Palm Dog

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Arabian Nights: Volume 1 - The Restless One: Lucky
The touching scenes of Dixie being befriended by households in a Portuguese tower block in a selection of rather fetching coats won the hearts and minds of the jury

Palm Dog - Jury Prize

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Golden Eye - Special Mention

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Ingrid Bergman in Her Own Words: Stig Björkman
The jury was moved by the mounting of this diary, built from family and artistic visual archives. A woman who has been through a time of unforgettable cinema with a freedom and a deep breath reinventing personal way beyond artistic family and cultural boundaries.

Queer Palm - Special Mention

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The Lobster: Yorgos Lanthimos
It doesn't include a gay narrative, but with the dearth of overtly gay films at the festival, this film stood out as an allegory, poking fun at the absurd societal rules and regulations around mating.

Palm DogManitarian Award

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I Am a Soldier
This fine French film tells of the plight of dogs caught up in the illicit trade in dogs being sold from Eastern Europe.

Cannes Soundtrack Award

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