Cannes 2013. Awards

In Competition

Feature Films

Palme d'Or – Blue is the Warmest Color, directed by Abdellatif Kechiche

Grand Prix – Inside Llewyn Davis, directed by Joel Coen & Ethan Coen

Jury Prize – Like Father, Like Son, directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda

Best Director – Amat Escalante, Heli

Best Screenplay – Jia Zhangke, A Touch of Sin

Best Actress – Bérénice Bejo, The Past

Best Actor – Bruce Dern, Nebraska

Check out our Notebook coverage of The Past, Like Father Like Son, A Touch of Sin (x2), and Inside Llewyn Davis.

Short Films

Palme d'Or (Short Film) – Safe, directed by Moon Byoung-gon

Special Distinction – Whale Valley, directed by Gudmundur Arnar Gudmundsson; 37°4 S, directed by Adriano Valerio

Un Certain Regard


Prize of Un Certain Regard – The Missing Picture, directed by Rithy Panh

Jury Prize – Omar, directed by Hany Abu-Assad

Directing Prize – Alain Guiraudie, Stranger By the Lake

A Certain Talent Prize - The cast of La jaula de oro

Avenir Prize - Fruitvale Station, directed by Ryan Coogler

Check out our Notebook coverage of The Missing Picture and Stranger By the Lake.

 Camera d'Or

Camera d'Or – Ilo Ilo, directed by Anthony Chen

Check out our Notebook coverage of Ilo Ilo.

Cinéfondation

1st Prize – Needle, directed by Anahita Ghazvinizadeh

2nd Prize – Waiting for the Thaw, directed by Sarah Hirtt

3rd Prize, ex-aequo – In the Fishbowl, directed by Tudor Cristian Jurgiu 

Joint 3rd Prize – Pandy, directed by Matúš Vizar

Semaine de la Critique

Feature Films

Critics' Week Grand Prize – Salvo, directed by Fabio Grassadonia & Antonio Piazza

France 4 Visionary Award – Salvo, directed by Fabio Grassadonia & Antonio Piazza

SACD Prize – The Dismantling, directed by Sébastien Pilote

Short Films

Canal+ Award – Pleasure, directed by Ninja Thyberg

Discovery Award – Come and Play, directed by Daria Belova

Directors' Fortnight

Art Cinema Award Me, Myself, & Mum, directed by Guillaume Gallienne

Label Europa Cinemas AwardThe Selfish Giant, directed by Clio Barnard

SACD Prize – Me, Myself, & Mum, directed by Guillaume Gallienne

FIPRESCI

In Competition FIPRESCI Prize – Blue is the Warmest Color, directed by Abdellatif Kechiche

Un Certain Regard FIPRESCI Prize – Manuscripts Don’t Burn, directed by Mohammad Rasoulof

Directors' Fortnight FIPRESCI Prize – Blue Ruin, directed by Jeremy Saulnier

Prize of the Ecumenical Jury

The Past, directed by Asghar Farhadi

Responses

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  • Quentin Carbonell

    Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo. Oh well.

  • hugo alexandre

    “Act now or we’ll release the lesbians!”…They’ve released the lesbians.

  • Daniel Kasman

    Apparently the jury wasn’t reading our coverage :(

  • Adam Cook

    :(

  • Nicole B

    I haven’t really seen any Kechiche, so I’m not sure what to think. The premise seems interesting, but the clips I’ve seen don’t seem to point towards anything monumental. And if the camera work is like Black Venus’s, then that would be a shame.

    I’m glad that they managed to give awards to Koreeda and Jia. Also, congratulations to the Un Certain Regard jury for having the vision to reward Panh. And Agnes Varda for acknowledging a film as small as Ilo Ilo.

  • Mac

    Not surprised that a jury headed by the world’s richest and most powerful 13 year old boy would choose to award a film about a couple of very pretty lesbians. Now that his work is done is France maybe he can get back to producing more gems like Real Steel II and MIB 4.

  • jaso

    Mac,

    Whatever Spielberg picked would have been held against him in some way. What do you think should have won?

    By the way, Blue Is the Warmest Color was arguably the most acclaimed film in competition. (www.todaslascriticas.com.ar/cannes)

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