DAILY NEWS UPDATE: Polanski Wins Palme d’Or as 55th Festival de Cannes Closes

DAILY NEWS UPDATE: Polanski Wins Palme d'Or as 55th Festival de Cannes Closes

DAILY NEWS UPDATE: Polanski Wins Palme d'Or as 55th Festival de Cannes Closes

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The complete list of Cannes 2002 winners::

Palme d’Or (Golden Palm):

“The Pianist,” directed by Roman Polanski

Grand Prix (Grand Prize):

“Mies Vailla Menneisyytta,” (A Man without a Past), directed by Aki Kaurismaki

Prix de la Mise en Scene (Best Director – tie):

Im kwon-Taek for “Chihwaseon” and Paul Thomas Anderson for “Punch-Drunk Love”

Camera d’Or (For best first feature):

“Bord de Mer” (Seaside), directed by Julie Lopes-Curval

Special mention: “Japon” (Japan), directed by Carlos Reygadas

Prix du Scenario (Best Screenplay Award):

“Sweet Sixteen,” written by Paul Laverty

Prix du Jury (Jury Prize):

“Intervention Divine,” directed by Elia Suleiman

55th Anniversary Award (Special Jury Award):

“Bowling for Columbine,” directed by Michael Moore

Prix d’interpretation feminine (Best Actress):

Kati Outinen for “Mies Vailla Menneisyytta” (A Man Without a Past)

Prix d’interpretation masculine (Best Actor):

Olivier Gourmet for “Le Fils”

Court-Metrage (Short Film):

Palme d’Or (short film): “Eso Utan,” directed by Peter Meszaros
Prix Du Jury (shared): “A Very Very Silent Film,” directed by Manish Jha and “The Stone Of Folly,” directed by Jesse Rosensweet


Cinefondation (student films):

First prize: “Four Days,” directed by Eduardo Valente

Second Prize: “Single Mother With Blue Eyes,” directed by Abderrahmane Sissako and “K-G For Best Or Worst,” directed by Jens Jonsson

Third Prize: “Questions Of A Dead Worker,” directed by Aya Somech

Un Certain Regard Prize:

“Blissfully Yours,” directed by Apichatpong Weerasethaku

International Critics Week Prize:

“Respiro,” directed by Emanuele Crialese

FIPRESCI Awards (film critics prizes:

Competition: “Divine Intervention,” directed by Elia Suleiman

Un Certain Regard: “Waiting For Happiness,” directed by Abderrahmane Sissako

Directors Fortnight/Critics Week: “The Clay Bird,” directed by Tareque Masud

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