Awards for 2009

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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Special Distinction

Short Film

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Special Award

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Wild Grass: Alain Resnais
For his work and exceptional contribution to the history of cinema.

Honorary Golden Palm

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Golden Camera - Special Mention

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Un Certain Regard Jury Prize

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SACD Award

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ACID Award

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Canal+ Award

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Young Critics 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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C.I.C.A.E. Award - Special Mention

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SFR Prize

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FIPRESCI Prize

Directors' Fortnight or Critics' Week

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Competition

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Un Certain Regard

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Prize of the Ecumenical Jury

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Looking for Eric: Ken Loach
For its great artistic quality and its humoristic, optimistic and humanist approach of the crisis faced by contemporary society. The film portrays values that are often under fire today such as friendship, solidarity, the importance of family and dialogue towards oneself and the other. Which the mythical Cantona summarizes in one sentence : "The best action I remember is not a goal but an assist".

Prize of the Ecumenical Jury - Special Mention

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The White Ribbon: Michael Haneke
A profound film of beautiful formal and cinematographical craft that moved all of us, reminding us to beware of the symptoms of our inner violence that also breeds social and political violence.

Award of the Youth

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François Chalais Award

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Cinema Prize of the French National Education System

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Award of the City of Rome

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Chopard Trophy

Female Revelation

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Male Revelation

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Vulcain Prize for the Technical Artist

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Palm Dog

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