Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...

Cannes: 'Fehér Isten' is the Winner of Un Certain Regard; 'Tourist,' 'Party Girl' and Others Awarded Prizes

Photo of Casey Cipriani By Casey Cipriani | Indiewire May 23, 2014 at 2:13PM

The story of a stray dog uprising has taken the prize in the Un Certain Regard segment of the Cannes Film Festival
0
"Fehér Isten" ("White God")
Cannes Film Festival "Fehér Isten" ("White God")

The winners of the Un Certain Regard segment of the Cannes Film Festival have been announced. The top prize went to "Fehér Isten," Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó's tale of a young girl in search of her missing dog, who is off leading a stray animal uprising. The complete list of prizes awarded in the segment are listed below:

READ MORE: Cannes: Winners Announced in the 17th Cinéfondation Selection of Student Films

Prize of Un Certain Regard
"Fehér Isten" ("White God") by 
Kornél Mundruczó

Jury Prize
"Tourist" by 

by Ruben Östlund

Un Certain Regard Special Prize
"The Salt of the Earth" 

by Wim Wenders and Juliano Ribeiro SalgadoEnsemble Prize
"Party Girl" 

by Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger and Samuel Theis

Prize of the Best Actor
David Gulpill in "Charlie's Country" by Rolf de Heer

Un Certain Regard 2014 presented in competition 20 films hailing from 23 different countries, with seven of the works being first films. Jury president Pablo Trapero said, "The Jury was honored and delighted to have been able to view over ten days so many excellent films testifying to the diversity and vitality of filmmaking in the world today. They were also impressed by the vision and originality of the works presented." The jury also included Peter Becker (president of The Criterion Collection - USA), Maria Bonnevie (actress – Norway/Sweden), Géraldine Pailhas (actress – France) and Moussa Touré (director – Sénégal).

 

 

This article is related to: Cannes Film Festival, 2014 Cannes Film Festival , 2014 Cannes Film Festival , Cannes Film Festival, Un Certain Regard, Fehér Isten (White God) , Party Girl, Tourist, Charlie's Country, The Salt Of The Earth, Awards







SnagFilms

Watch Over 10,000 Free Movies!

We the Economy: Supply and Dance, Man!

Why is the law of supply and demand so powerful? In this whimsical tale, our friendly narrator guides bored students Jonathan and Kristin through a microeconomic musical extravaganza.

More