2023 Cannes Film Festival: Winners announced

May 30, 2023
(Credit: Festival de Cannes)

The jury of the 76th Cannes Film Festival has presented its winners’ list among the 21 films presented in Competition this year. The jury was chaired by director Swedish director Ruben Östlund, along with Moroccan director Maryam Touzani, French actor Denis Ménochet, British-Zambian screenwriter & director Rungano Nyoni, American actress & director Brie Larson, American actor & director Paul Dano, Afghan author Atiq Rahimi, Argentinian director & screenwriter Damián Szifron, and French director Julia Ducournau.

Feature Films

Palme d’or
Anatomy of a Fall, dir. Justine Triet

Grand Prix
The Zone of Interest, dir. Jonathan Glazer

Best Director
Tran Anh Hùng, for The Pot-au-Feu

Jury Prize
Fallen Leaves, dir. Aki Kaurismäki

Best Screenplay
Sakamoto Yuji for Monster, dir. Kor-eda Hirokazu

Best Performance by an Actress
Merve Dizdar in About Dry Grasses, dir. Nuri Bilge Ceylan

Best Performance by an Actor
Kôji Yakusho in Perfect Days, dir. Wim Wenders

Short Films

Palme d’or
27, dir. Flóra Anna Buda

Special Mention
Fár, dir. Gunnur Martinsdóttir Schlüter

Un Certain Regard Prize
How To Have Sex, dir. Molly Manning Walker

Jury’s Prize
Hounds, dir. Kamal Lazraq

Best Director
Asmae El Moudir for The Mother of All Lies

New Voice Prize
Augure (Omen), dir. Baloji

Ensemble Prize
Crowrã (The Buriti Flower), dir. João Salaviza & Renée Nader Messora

Freedom Prize
Goodbye Julia, dir. Mohamed Kordofani

La Cinef

First Prize
Norwegian Offspring, dir. Marlene Emilie Lyngstad (Den Danske Filmskole, Denmark)

Second Prize
Hole, dir. Hwang Hyein (Korean Academy of Film Arts, South Korea)

Third Prize
Ayyur (Moon), dir. Zineb Wakrim (ÉSAV Marrakech, Morocco)

Camera d’or

Bên trong vỏ kén vàng, dir. Thien an Pham

The Golden Eye Documentary Prize – The Year of the Documentary ex æquo

Four Daughters, dir. Kaouther Ben Hania

The Mother of All Lies, dir. Asmae El Moudir

The Higher Technical Commission for Sound and Images

The jury of the CST artist-technician prize awarded the 2023 prize to Johnnie Burn, sound designer and chief sound editor on Jonathan Glazer’s film The Zone of Interest. His sound design embodies the horror of genocide and questions our humanity. The 2023 jury of the CST Young technician Prize selected Anne-Sophie Delseries, head set designer on the film Marguerite’s Theorem. Thanks to the delicacy of her work, Anne-Sophie Delseries succeeded in giving birth to a third character who is an essential part of the film’s narrative.

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