The 76th Cannes Film Festival will take place from Tuesday, 16 May to Saturday, 27 May 2023. The president of the jury is Sweden’s Ruben Östlund, a two-time winner of the Palme d’or including in 2022 for “Triangle of Sadness”.
The 75th festival took place from Tuesday, 17 May to Saturday, 28 May 2022. The official selection was announced in Paris on Thursday, 14 April. The Palme d’Or was presented to “Triangle of Sadness” directed by Ruben Östuland. It was Östuland’s second Palme d’Or following the win for “The Square” in 2017 and he joins the exclusive list of two time winners that includes Alf Sjöberg (Sweden), Francis Ford Coppola (US), Bille August (Denmark), Emir Kusturica (Yugoslavia / Serbia), Shohei Imamura (Japan), Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne (Belgium), Michael Haneke (Austria) and Ken Loach (UK).
The jury for the 2022 festival was:
- Vincent Lindon – President – Actor – France
- Rebecca Hall – Actress, producer, screenwriter, director – United Kingdom / United States
- Deepika Padukone – Actress – India
- Noomi Rapace – Actress – Sweden
- Jasmine Trinca – Actress, director – Italy
- Asghar Farhadi – Director, producer, screenwriter – Iran
- Ladj Ly – Director, screenwriter, actor, producer – France
- Jeff Nichols – Director, screenwriter – United States
- Joachim Trier – Director, screenwriter – Norway
The 74th festival took place due to the pandemic from Tuesday, 6 July through to Saturday, 17 July 2021. “Titane“, directed by Julia Ducournau (photo) won the Palme’d’Or.
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