Cannes 2010. Awards

David Hudson

Cannes 2010

Fantastic. "Surreal," says Apichatpong Weerasethakul. He's just won the Palme d'Or for Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives.

Grand Prix for Xavier Beauvois's Of Gods and Men.

Juliette Binoche gave an emotionally charged acceptance speech when she won Best Actress for Certified Copy, reminding the world to keep focusing on the fate of imprisoned Iranian director Jafar Panahi.

The Best Actor award is split this year between Javier Bardem, for his performance in Biutiful, and Elio Germano for his work in Our Life.

Mathieu Amalric wins Best Director for his On Tour. The crowd pretty much went wild when Jury President Tim Burton announced the decision.

Lee Chang-dong has won Best Screenplay for Poetry.

Prix de jury goes to Mahamat-Saleh's A Screaming Man.

Gael García Bernal has presented the Caméra d'Or to Michael Rowe for Leap Year.

Atom Egoyan and Michelle Rodriguez have presented the Palme d'Or for a short film to Serge Avédikian's Chienne d'Histoire.

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