Awards for 2002

Grand Prize of the Jury

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Jury Prize

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Best Short Film

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The Stone of Folly: Jesse Rosensweet
Tied with _A Very Very Silent Film (2001)_.

Best Actor

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Best Actress

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Best Screenplay

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Technical Grand Prize

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Not awarded.

55th Anniversary Prize

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Golden Camera

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Golden Camera - Special Mention

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Un Certain Regard Award

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Critics Week Grand Prize

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Young Critics Award

Best Short

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Best Feature

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C.I.C.A.E. Award

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Gras Savoye Award

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FIPRESCI Prize

Director's Fortnight

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The Clay Bird: Tareque Masud
For its authentic, moving and delicate portrayal of a country struggling for its democratic rights.

Competition

WINNER

Yadon ilaheyya: Elia Suleiman
For its sensitive, amusing and innovative vision of a complex and topical situation and the tragic consequences that result from it.

Un Certain Regard

WINNER

Waiting for Happiness: Abderrahmane Sissako
For its exquisite poetic depiction of the emotional and humorous complications that can arise in the midst of a simple life.

Prize of the Ecumenical Jury

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Prize of the Ecumenical Jury - Special Mention

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France Culture Award

Foreign Cineaste of the Year

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French Cineaste of the Year

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Award of the Youth

Foreign Film

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French Film

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François Chalais Award

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Chopard Trophy

Female Revelation

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Male Revelation

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Jury:

David Lynch: USA, president
Christine Hakim: Indonesia
Michelle Yeoh: China, Hong Kong
Bille August: Denmark
Claude Miller: France
Raoul Ruiz: France
Walter Salles: Brazil
Martin Scorsese: USA, president, short films
Judith Godrèche: France, short films
Tilda Swinton: UK, short films
Abbas Kiarostami: Iran, short films
Jan Schütte: Germany, short films

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