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2015 Cannes Film Festival
2015 Cannes Film Festival poster.jpg
Official poster of the 68th Cannes Film Festival featuring a photo of Ingrid Bergman by David Seymour
Opening film Standing Tall
Closing film Ice and the Sky
Location Cannes, France
Founded 1946
Awards Palme d'Or (Dheepan)
Hosted by Lambert Wilson
No. of films 19 (In Competition)
19 (Un Certain Regard)
9 (Short Film)
Festival date 13 – 24 May 2015
Website www.festival-cannes.com/en.html

The 68th Cannes Film Festival was held from 13 to 24 May 2015.[1] Joel and Ethan Coen were the Presidents of the Jury for the main competition.[2] It was the first time that two people chaired the jury,[3] since the Coen brothers each received a separate vote, they were joined by seven other jurors to form the customary nine-juror panel.[4] French actor Lambert Wilson was the host for the opening and closing ceremonies.[5]

The Palme d'Or was awarded to the French film Dheepan directed by Jacques Audiard,[6][7] on winning the award Audiard said "To receive a prize from the Coen brothers is something pretty exceptional. I'm very touched".[8]

The festival poster featured Hollywood star and Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman, photographed by David Seymour, the poster was chosen to pay tribute to Bergman for her contributions to films and who also served as the Jury President at 1973 Cannes Film Festival. As part of the tribute to Bergman, the Swedish documentary Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words was screened in the Cannes Classics section.[9]

Standing Tall, directed by Emmanuelle Bercot, was the festival's opening film. This was the second opening film in the festival's history to have been directed by a woman, after A Man in Love by Diane Kurys which opened the 1987 Cannes Film Festival.[10] Ice and the Sky, directed by Luc Jacquet, was the festival's closing film.[11] Both the opening and closing films were selected for the strength and importance of their messages—Standing Tall for the way its themes respond to the Charlie Hebdo shootings and Ice and the Sky for its concern for the future of the planet.[11][12][13]

French film director Agnès Varda was presented with the honorary Palme d'Or at the festival's closing ceremony, she is also the first female filmmaker to ever receive the award.[14]

The Official Selection of films for the 2015 festival, including the line-up for the Main Competition, was announced on 16 April 2015.[15][16]

Juries[edit]

Ethan and Joel Coen, Main Jury Presidents, with Festival President Pierre Lescure.
Isabella Rossellini, Un Certain Regard Jury President
Sabine Azéma, Camera d'Or Jury President
Abderrahmane Sissako, Cinéfondation and short films Jury President

Main competition[edit]

The full jury for the Main Competition was announced on 21 April 2015:[17][18]

Un Certain Regard[edit]

Camera d'Or[edit]

Cinéfondation and short films[edit]

Independent juries[edit]

Nespresso Grand Prize (International Critics' Week)

L'Œil d'or

Queer Palm

  • Desiree Akhavan, American-Iranian film director and actress, President[28]
  • Ava Cahen, French journalist
  • Elli Mastorou, Belgian film journalist
  • Nadia Turincev, French film producer
  • Laëtitia Eïdo, French actress

Official selection[edit]

In competition[edit]

The films competing for the Palme d'Or were announced at a press conference on 16 April 2015.[29] Two films were added to the main competition line-up on 23 April 2015, Valley of Love, directed by Guillaume Nicloux, and Chronic, directed by Michel Franco.[30] The Palme d'Or winner has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
The Assassin 聶隱娘 / Nie Yin Niang Hou Hsiao-hsien Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, France
Carol (QP) Todd Haynes United Kingdom, United States
Chronic Michel Franco Mexico, France
Dheepan Jacques Audiard France
The Lobster Yorgos Lanthimos Greece, France, Ireland, Netherlands, U.K.
Louder Than Bombs Joachim Trier Norway, France, Denmark, United States
Macbeth Justin Kurzel United Kingdom, France, United States
Marguerite & Julien (QP) Marguerite et Julien Valérie Donzelli France
The Measure of a Man La Loi du marché Stéphane Brizé France
Mia Madre Nanni Moretti Italy
Mountains May Depart 山河故人 / Shan He Gu Ren Jia Zhangke China, Japan, France
My King Mon roi Maïwenn France
Our Little Sister 海街diary / Umimachi Diary Hirokazu Koreeda Japan
The Sea of Trees Gus Van Sant United States
Sicario Denis Villeneuve United States
Son of Saul (CdO) Saul fia László Nemes Hungary
Tale of Tales Il racconto dei racconti Matteo Garrone Italy, France, United Kingdom
Valley of Love La Vallée de l'amour Guillaume Nicloux France
Youth La giovinezza Paolo Sorrentino Italy, France, Switzerland, United Kingdom
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[31] - (QP) film eligible for the Queer Palm.

Un Certain Regard[edit]

The following films competed in the Un Certain Regard section.[29][30][32] Lamb, the first feature film directed by Yared Zeleke, is also the first Ethiopian film to be included in the Official Selection.[30] Sweet Red Bean Paste, directed by Naomi Kawase, was announced as the opening film for the Un Certain Regard section.[30] The Un Certain Regard Prize winner has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Alias Maria José Luis Rugeles Gracia Colombia, Argentina, France
Cemetery of Splendour รักที่ขอนแก่น / Rak Ti Khon Kaen Apichatpong Weerasethakul Thailand
The Chosen Ones Las elegidas David Pablos Mexico
Disorder Maryland Alice Winocour France
Fly Away Solo (CdO) Masaan Neeraj Ghaywan India
The Fourth Direction Chauthi Koot Gurvinder Singh India
The High Sun Zvizdan Dalibor Matanić Croatia, Slovenia
I Am a Soldier (CdO) Je suis un soldat Laurent Larivière France, Belgium
Journey to the Shore 岸辺の旅 / Kishibe no tabi Kiyoshi Kurosawa Japan
Lamb (CdO) Yared Zeleke Ethiopia, France, Germany, Norway
Madonna 마돈나 Shin Su-won South Korea
Nahid (CdO) ناهید / Nahid Ida Panahandeh Iran
One Floor Below Un etaj mai jos Radu Muntean Romania
The Other Side (ŒdO) Roberto Minervini United States, Italy
Rams Hrútar Grímur Hákonarson Iceland
The Shameless 무뢰한 / Muroehan Oh Seung-uk South Korea
Sweet Red Bean Paste あん / An Naomi Kawase Japan
Trap Taklub Brillante Mendoza Philippines
The Treasure Comoara Corneliu Porumboiu Romania
(CdO) film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[31] - (ŒdO) film eligible for the Œil d'or as documentary.

Out of competition[edit]

The following films were selected to screen out of competition:[10][11][29][30][33][34][35]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Ice and the Sky (closing film) (ŒdO) La Glace et le ciel Luc Jacquet France
Inside Out Inside Out Pete Docter United States
Irrational Man Irrational Man Woody Allen United States
The Little Prince The Little Prince Mark Osborne France
Mad Max: Fury Road Mad Max: Fury Road George Miller Australia, United States
Standing Tall (opening film) La Tête haute Emmanuelle Bercot France
Midnight Screenings
Amy (ŒdO) (QP) Amy Asif Kapadia United Kingdom
Love (QP) Love Gaspar Noé France
Office (CdO) 오피스 Opiseu Hong Won-chan South Korea
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[31] - (ŒdO) film eligible for the Œil d'or as documentary. - (QP) film eligible for the Queer Palm.

Special screenings[edit]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Afterthought (CdO) היורד למעלה / Hayored lema'ala Elad Keidan Israel
Amnesia Barbet Schroeder Switzerland, France
Don't Tell Me the Boy Was Mad Une histoire de fou Robert Guédiguian France
Macadam Stories Asphalte Samuel Benchetrit France
Our House (ŒdO) Oka Souleymane Cissé Mali
Panama (CdO) Pavle Vučković Serbia
A Tale of Love and Darkness (CdO) סיפור על אהבה וחושך / Sipur al ahava ve choshech Natalie Portman United States, Israel
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[31] - (ŒdO) film eligible for the Œil d'or as documentary.

Cinéfondation[edit]

The Cinéfondation section focuses on films made by students at film schools, the following 18 entries (14 fiction films and 4 animation films) were selected out of 1,600 submissions. More than one-third of the films selected represent schools participating in Cinéfondation for the first time, it is also the first time that a film representing a Spanish film school had been selected.[36] The winner of the Cinéfondation First Prize has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) School
14 Steps Четырнадцать шагов / Chetyrnadtsat' shagov Maksim Shavkin Moscow School of New Cinema, Russia
Absent Abwesend Eliza Petkova dffb, Germany
Amphibian Anfibio Héctor Silva Núñez EICTV, Cuba
Leonardo Félix Hazeaux, Thomas Nitsche, Edward Noonan, Franck Pina, & Raphaëlle Plantier MOPA (formerly Supinfocom-Arles), France
Lost Queens Locas perdidas Ignacio Juricic Merillán Carrera de Cine y TV Universidad de Chile, Chile
The Magnetic Nature El ser mágnetico Mateo Bendesky Universidad del Cine, Argentina
Manoman Simon Cartwright National Film and Television School, UK
Paradise Het Paradijs Laura Vandewynckel RITS School of Arts Brussels, Belgium
Retriever Tomáš Klein and Tomáš Merta FAMU Prague, Czech Republic
The Return of Erkin возвращение Эркин / Vozvrashenie Erkina Maria Guskova High Courses for Scriptwriters & Film Directors, Russia
Share Pippa Bianco AFI Directing Workshop for Women, USA
Slaughterhouse کشتارگاه / Koshtargah Behzad Azadi Art University of Tehran, Iran
Ten Buildings Away עשרה רחובות, מאה עצים Miki Polonski Minshar for Art, Israel
To Return Until Ainahan ne palaa Salla Sorri Aalto University-ELO Film School Helsinki Finland
Tsunami Sofie Kampmark The Animation Workshop, Denmark
Under the Sun 日光之下 / Ri guang zhi xia Qiu Yang The VCA, Film & TV School, Melbourne University, Australia
Victor XX Ian Garrido López ESCAC, Spain
The Wheel of Emotions Les Chercheurs Aurélien Peilloux La Fémis, France

Short films[edit]

Out of 4,550 entries, the following films were selected to compete for the Short Film Palme d'Or,[36] the Short film Palme d'Or winner has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Ave Maria السلام عليك يا مريم / Assalammu 'aleiki ya Maryam Basil Khalil Palestine, France, Germany
Buddy Copain Jan Roosens & Raf Roosens Belgium
The Guests Shane Danielsen Australia
Love Is Blind Dan Hodgson United Kingdom
Patriot Eva Riley United Kingdom
Present Imperfect Presente imperfecto Iair Said Argentina
Sunday Lunch Le Repas dominical Céline Devaux France
Tuesday Salı Ziya Demirel Turkey, France
Waves '98 موج ٩٨ / Moug 98 Ely Dagher Lebanon, Qatar

Cannes Classics[edit]

The full line-up for the Cannes Classics section was announced on 30 April 2015.[37] Greek-French film director Costa-Gavras was announced as the guest of honor;[37] in tribute to the recently deceased Portuguese film director, Cannes Classics screened Manoel de Oliveira's posthumous 1982 film Memories and Confessions. The film was previously unseen outside of Portugal.[37]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Tributes[38][39]
Citizen Kane (1941) Orson Welles United States
The Lady from Shanghai (1947) Orson Welles United States
Lumière! Louis Lumière France
More (1969) Barbet Schroeder W.Germany, France, Luxemb.
Memories and Confessions Visita ou Memórias e Confissões Manoel de Oliveira Portugal
Z (1969) Costa-Gavras France, Algeria
Documentaries about Cinema[40][41]
By Sidney Lumet (ŒdO) Nancy Buirski United States
Gerard Depardieu: Larger Than Life (CdO) (ŒdO) Depardieu grandeur nature Richard Melloul France
Harold and Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story * (ŒdO) Daniel Raim United States
Hitchcock/Truffaut (ŒdO) Kent Jones United States
Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words (ŒdO)[42] Jag är Ingrid Stig Björkman Sweden
Orson Welles: Shadows & Light (ŒdO)[43] Orson Welles, autopsie d'une légende Elisabeth Kapnist France
Sembene! (CdO) (ŒdO) Samba Gadjigo & Jason Silverman USA, Senegal
Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans (ŒdO) Gabriel Clarke & John McKenna USA, U.K.
This Is Orson Welles (film)|This Is Orson Welles (ŒdO) Clara Kuperberg & Julia Kuperberg France
Anniversary Of The Sixty Years Of The Creation Of The Palme D’Or[41]
The Golden Palm's Legend * (CdO) (ŒdO) La Légende de la Palme d’or Alexis Veller France
Restored prints[44][45]
English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Battles without Honor and Humanity (1973) 仁義なき戦い / Jingi naki tatakai Kinji Fukasaku Japan
Black Girl * (1966) La Noire de… Ousmane Sembène France, Senegal
Elevator to the Gallows (1958) Ascenseur pour l’échafaud Louis Malle France
Insiang * (1976) Lino Brocka Philippines
Marius (1931) Alexander Korda France
La Marseillaise (1938) Jean Renoir France
The Official Story (1985) La historia oficial Luis Puenzo Argentina
Orderers (1974) Les Ordres Michel Brault Canada
Panic (1946) Panique Julien Duvivier France
Ran (1985) Akira Kurosawa Japan
Rocco and His Brothers * (1960) Rocco e i suoi fratelli Luchino Visconti Italy, France
The Round-Up (1965) Szegénylegények Miklós Jancsó Hungary
The Story of the Last Chrysanthemums (1939) 残菊物語 / Zangiku monogatari Kenji Mizoguchi Japan
Sur (1988) Fernando Solanas Argentina, France
The Third Man (1949) Carol Reed United Kingdom
A Touch of Zen (1971) 俠女 / Xiá nǚ King Hu Taiwan
Welcome, or No Trespassing (1964) Добро пожаловать, или Посторонним вход воспрещён
Dobro pozhalovat, ili Postoronnim vkhod vospreshchen
Elem Klimov Soviet Union
Les yeux brûlés (1986) Laurent Roth France
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[31] - (ŒdO) film eligible for the Œil d'or as documentary.
* screening possibly cancelled.

Cinéma de la Plage[edit]

The Cinéma de la Plage is a part of the Official Selection of the festival, the outdoors screenings at the beach cinema of Cannes are open to the public.[46]

Evening English title Original title Director(s) Country
Thursday 14 The Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe (1972) Le grand blond avec une chaussure noire Yves Robert France
Friday 15 Ran (1985) Akira Kurosawa Japan
Saturday 16 Hôtel du Nord (1938) Marcel Carné France
Sunday 17 Ivan the Terrible (1944) Иван Грозный / Ivan Grozny Sergei Eisenstein USSR
Monday 18 Rabid Dogs (2015) Enragés Eric Hannezo France, Canada
Tuesday 19 Joe Hill (1971) Bo Widerberg Sweden, USA
Wednesday 20 The Terminator (1984) James Cameron United States
Thursday 21 Apollo 13 (1995) Ron Howard United States
Friday 22 Hibernatus (1969) Edouard Molinaro France, Italy
Saturday 23 The Usual Suspects (1995) Bryan Singer United States

Parallel sections[edit]

International Critics' Week[edit]

The full selection for the International Critics' Week section was announced on 20 April 2015, at the section's website.[47] The Anarchists, directed by Elie Wajeman, and Learn by Heart, directed by Mathieu Vadepied, were selected as the opening and closing films for the International Critics' Week section.

Feature films - The winner of the Nespresso Grand Prize has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Dégradé (CdO) Arab and Tarzan France, Qatar
Krisha (CdO) Trey Edward Shults United States
Land and Shade (CdO) La tierra y la sombra César Augusto Acevedo Colombia, France, Netherlands, Chile, Brazil
Mediterranea (CdO) Jonas Carpignano Italy, France, United States, Germany
Paulina La patota Santiago Mitre Argentina, Brazil, France
Sleeping Giant (CdO) Andrew Cividino Canada
The Wakhan Front (CdO) (QP) Ni le ciel ni la terre Clément Cogitore France, Belgium
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[31] - (QP) film eligible for the Queer Palm.

Shorts selection - The winner of the Discovery Award for Short Film has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Boys Pojkarna Isabella Carbonell Sweden
Chickenpox Varicella Fulvio Risuleo Italy
Command Action João Paulo Miranda Maria Brazil
The Dragon's Demise La Fin de dragon Marina Diaby France
Everything Will Be Okay Alles wird gut Patrick Vollrath Germany
The Fox Exploits the Tiger’s Might Lucky Kuswandi Indonesia
Love Comes Later Sonejuhi Sinha United States
Monsters Turn Into Lovers Jeunesse des Loups-Garous Yann Delattre France
Ramona Andrei Crețulescu Romania
Too Cool for School Kevin Phillips United States

Special screenings

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
The Anarchists Les Anarchistes Elie Wajeman France
Coin Locker Girl (CdO) 차이나타운 / Chainataun Han Jun-hee South Korea
Learn by Heart (CdO) La Vie en grand Mathieu Vadepied France
Two Friends (CdO) (QP) Les Deux Amis Louis Garrel France
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[31] - (QP) film eligible for the Queer Palm.

Directors' Fortnight[edit]

The full selection for the Directors' Fortnight section was announced on 21 April 2015, at the section's website.[48][49] In the Shadow of Women, directed by Philippe Garrel, and Dope, directed by Rick Famuyiwa were selected as the opening and closing films for the Directors' Fortnight section.[48][50] Actua 1, a previously unseen 1968 short film directed by Garrel, preceded the screening of In the Shadow of Women.[51]

Feature films - The winner of the Art Cinema Award has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Arabian Nights As 1001 Noites Miguel Gomes Portugal
Beyond My Grandfather Allende (CdO) (ŒdO) Allende, mi abuelo Allende Marcia Tambutti Allende Chile, Mexico
The Brand New Testament Le Tout Nouveau Testament Jaco Van Dormael Luxembourg, France, Belgium
Cowboys (CdO) Les Cowboys Thomas Bidegain France
Dope (QP) Rick Famuyiwa United States
Embrace of the Serpent El abrazo de la serpiente Ciro Guerra Colombia, Venezuela, Argentina
Fatima Phillipe Faucon France
Green Room Jeremy Saulnier United States
The Here After (CdO) Efterskalv Magnus von Horn France, Poland, Sweden
In the Shadow of Women L'Ombre des femmes Philippe Garrel France
Much Loved (QP) Nabil Ayouch Morocco, France
Mustang (CdO) (QP) Deniz Gamze Ergüven France
My Golden Days Trois souvenirs de ma jeunesse Arnaud Desplechin France
Peace to Us in Our Dreams Šarūnas Bartas Lithuania, France, Russia
A Perfect Day Fernando León de Aranoa Spain
Songs My Brothers Taught Me (CdO) Chloé Zhao United States
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[31] - (ŒdO) film eligible for the Œil d'or as documentary. - (QP) film eligible for the Queer Palm.

Shorts selection - The winner of the Illy Prize for Short Film has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Backyard Quintal André Novais Oliveira Brazil
Blue Thunder Bleu tonnerre Jean-Marc E. Roy & Philippe David Gagné Canada
The Broken Past El pasado roto Martín Morgenfeld & Sebastián Schjaer Argentina
Calme ta joie Emmanuel Laskar France
The Exquisite Corpus Peter Tscherkassky Austria
A Few Seconds Quelques secondes Nora El Hourch France
Kung Fury David Sandberg Sweden
Pitchoune Reda Kateb France
Pueblo Elena López Riera Spain
Rate Me Fyzal Boulifa United Kingdom
Trials, Exorcisms Provas, Exorcismos Susana Nobre Portugal

Special screenings

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Yakuza Apocalypse: The Great War of the Underworld 極道大戦争 Gokudō daisensō Takashi Miike Japan

ACID[edit]

ACID, an association of French and foreign film directors, demonstrates its support for nine films each year, seeking to provide support from filmmakers to other filmmakers.[52][53] The full ACID selection was announced on 21 April 2015, at the section's website.[54]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
(Be)Longing Volta à Terra João Pedro Plácido Portugal, Switzerland, France
Cosmodrama Philippe Fernandez France
De l'ombre il y a (QP) Nathan Nicholovitch France
Gaz de France Benoît Forgeard France
The Grief of Others Patrick Wang United States
I Am the People Je suis le peuple Anna Roussillon France
Pauline (QP) Pauline s'arrache Emilie Brisavoine France
Raging Rose Crache Coeur Julia Kowalski France, Poland
La Vanité (QP) Lionel Baier Switzerland, France
(QP) indicates film eligible for the Queer Palm.

Awards[edit]

Jacques Audiard, winner of the 2015 Palme d'Or
László Nemes, winner of the Gran Prix
The main competition jury
Director and stars of Palme d'Or winner Dheepan
Director, producer and stars of Mad Max: Fury Road

Official awards[edit]

In Competition[6][7]

Un Certain Regard[55][56]

Golden Camera

Cinéfondation[57]

  • First Prize: Share by Pippa Bianco
  • Second Prize: Lost Queens by Ignacio Juricic Merillán
  • Third Prize: The Return of Erkin by Maria Guskova and Victor XX by Ian Garrido López

Short Films

Independent awards[edit]

FIPRESCI Prizes[58][59]

Vulcan Award of the Technical Artist[60][61]

Ecumenical Jury[62][63]

Awards in the frame of International Critics' Week[64]

Awards in the frame of Directors' Fortnight[65][66]

L'Œil d'or Jury[67][68]

Queer Palm Jury[69]

Palm Dog Jury[70][71][72]

Prix François Chalais[73][74]

Cannes Soundtrack Award[75][76]

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