2016 Cannes Film Festival

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2016 Cannes Film Festival
2016 Cannes Film Festival poster.jpg
Official poster of the 69th Cannes Film Festival featuring a still from Jean-Luc Godard's 1963 film Contempt, with Michel Piccoli ascending the Casa Malaparte[1]
Opening film Café Society[2]
Closing film I, Daniel Blake[3]
Location Cannes, France
Founded 1946
Awards Palme d'Or (I, Daniel Blake)
Hosted by Laurent Lafitte
No. of films 21 (In Competition)
18 (Un Certain Regard)
10 (Short Film)
Festival date 11 – 22 May 2016
Website festival-cannes.com/en

The 69th Cannes Film Festival was held from 11 to 22 May 2016.[4] Australian director George Miller was the President of the Jury for the main competition.[5] French actor Laurent Lafitte was the host for the opening and closing ceremonies, on 15 March it was announced that Japanese director Naomi Kawase would serve as the Cinéfondation and Short Film Jury president.[6] American director Woody Allen's film Café Society opened the festival.[2][7]

The Palme d'Or was awarded to the British film I, Daniel Blake directed by Ken Loach,[8][9] which also served as closing film of the festival.[3] At a press conference, Loach said that he was "quietly stunned" to win.[10]

Juries[edit]

George Miller, Main competition jury president
Marthe Keller, Un Certain Regard jury president
Catherine Corsini, Caméra d'or jury president
Naomi Kawase, Cinéfondation and short films jury president

Main competition[edit]

Un Certain Regard[edit]

Caméra d'or[edit]

  • Catherine Corsini, French film director and actress, President[13]
  • Jean-Christophe Berjon, French film critic
  • Alexander Rodnyansky, Ukrainian film producer
  • Isabelle Frilley, French CEO of Titra Film
  • Jean-Marie Dreujou, French cinematographer

Cinéfondation and short films[edit]

Independent juries[edit]

Nespresso Grand Prize (International Critics' Week)

L'Œil d'or

  • Gianfranco Rosi, Italian documentary film director, President[16]
  • Anne Aghion, French-American documentary film director
  • Natacha Régnier, Belgian actress
  • Thierry Garrel, French artistic consultant and director of documentaries for Arte TV
  • Amir Labaki, Brazilian film critic and curator

Queer Palm

Official selection[edit]

In competition[edit]

The films competing in the main competition section for the Palme d'Or were announced at a press conference on 14 April 2016:[19][20] The Salesman, directed by Asghar Farhadi was added to the competition lineup on 22 April 2016.[21] The Palme d'Or winner has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
American Honey Andrea Arnold U.K., United States
Aquarius (QP) Kleber Mendonça Filho Brazil
Elle Paul Verhoeven France, Germany, Belgium
From the Land of the Moon Mal de pierres Nicole Garcia France
Graduation Bacalaureat Cristian Mungiu Romania, France
The Handmaiden 아가씨 / Agasshi (QP) Park Chan-wook South Korea
I, Daniel Blake Ken Loach U.K., France
It's Only the End of the World (QP) Juste la fin du monde Xavier Dolan Canada, France
Julieta Pedro Almodóvar Spain
The Last Face Sean Penn United States
Loving Jeff Nichols United States, U.K.
Ma' Rosa Brillante Mendoza Philippines
The Neon Demon (QP) Nicolas Winding Refn United States
Paterson Jim Jarmusch United States
Personal Shopper Olivier Assayas France
The Salesman فروشنده / Forushande Asghar Farhadi Iran, France
Sieranevada Cristi Puiu Romania, France, Croatia,
Bosnia and Herzegovina,
Republic of Macedonia
Slack Bay Ma Loute Bruno Dumont France, Germany
Staying Vertical (QP) Rester Vertical Alain Guiraudie France
Toni Erdmann Maren Ade Germany, Austria
The Unknown Girl La Fille inconnue Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne Belgium
(QP) indicates film eligible for the Queer Palm.[22]

Un Certain Regard[edit]

The films competing in the Un Certain Regard section were announced at a press conference on 14 April 2016:[19][20] Clash, directed by Mohamed Diab, was announced as the opening film for the Un Certain Regard section. Hell or High Water, directed by David Mackenzie was added to the Un Certain Regard lineup on 22 April 2016.[21] The Un Certain Regard Prize winner has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
After the Storm 海よりもまだ深く / Umi yori mo Mada Fukaku Hirokazu Koreeda Japan
Apprentice Boo Junfeng Singapore, France, Germany
Beyond the Mountains and Hills מעבר להרים ולגבעות
Me'Ever Laharim Vehagvaot
Eran Kolirin Israel
Captain Fantastic Matt Ross United States
Clash (opening film) اشتباك / Eshtebak Mohamed Diab Egypt, France, Germany, UAE
The Dancer (CdO) (QP) La Danseuse Stéphanie Di Giusto France
Dogs (CdO) Câini Bogdan Mirică Romania, Bulgaria
The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki (CdO) Hymyilevä Mies Juho Kuosmanen Finland
Harmonium 淵に立つ / Fuchi ni Tatsu Kōji Fukada Japan
Hell or High Water David Mackenzie United States
Inversion وارونگی / Varoonegi Behnam Behzadi Iran
The Long Night of Francisco Sanctis (CdO) La larga noche de Francisco Sanctis Francisco Márquez, Andrea Testa Argentina
Pericle Pericle il Nero Stefano Mordini Italy
Personal Affairs (CdO) أمور شخصية / Omor Shakhsiya Maha Haj Israel
The Red Turtle (CdO) La Tortue rouge Michael Dudok de Wit France, Japan
The Stopover Voir du pays Delphine Coulin, Muriel Coulin France
The Student (М)Ученик / (M)Uchenik Kirill Serebrennikov Russia
The Transfiguration (CdO) Michael O'Shea United States
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature. - (QP) film eligible for the Queer Palm.[22]

Out of competition[edit]

The following films were selected to screen out of competition:[19][20][21]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
The BFG Steven Spielberg USA, U.K., Canada
Café Society (opening film) Woody Allen United States
Money Monster Jodie Foster United States
The Nice Guys Shane Black United States
The Wailing 곡성 / Gokseong Na Hong-jin South Korea
Midnight Screenings
Blood Father Jean-François Richet France
Gimme Danger (ŒdO) Jim Jarmusch United States
Train to Busan 부산행 / Bu-san-haeng Yeon Sang-ho South Korea
(ŒdO) indicates film eligible for the Œil d'or as documentary.[22]

Special screenings[edit]

English title Original title Director(s) Prod. country
Le Cancre (QP) Paul Vecchiali France
Chouf شوف / Chouf Karim Dridi France, Tunisia
The Death of Louis XIV La Mort de Louis XIV Albert Serra France, Portugal, Spain
Exile (ŒdO) Rithy Panh Cambodia
Fool Moon La Forêt de Quinconces Grégoire Leprince-Ringuet France
Hands of Stone[23] Jonathan Jakubowicz United States, Panama
Hissein Habré, A Chadian Tragedy (ŒdO) Hissein Habré, une tragédie tchadienne Mahamat-Saleh Haroun Chad
The Last Resort (ŒdO) L'ultima spiaggia Thanos Anastopoulous, Davide Del Degan Italy
Peshmerga[24] Bernard-Henri Lévy France
Wrong Elements (ŒdO) Jonathan Littell France, Belgium
(ŒdO) film eligible for the Œil d'or as documentary. - (QP) film eligible for the Queer Palm.[22]

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 2,300 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 Bosnian and Venezuelan film schools have been selected. More than half of the films selected were directed by women,[25] the winner of the Cinéfondation First Prize has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) School
1 Kilogram Park Young-Ju K-ARTS, South Korea
The Alan Dimension Jac Clinch NFTS, UK
All Rivers Run to the Sea Toate fluviile curg în mare Alexandru Badea UNATC, Romania
Anna Or Sinai Sam Spiegel Film and Television School, Israel
Aram Fereshteh Parnian Lumière University Lyon 2, France
Business Malena Vain Universidad del Cine, Argentina
Fine Dobro Marta Hernaiz Pidal film.factory, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Gabber Lover Anna Cazenave Cambet La Fémis, France
The Guilt, Probably La culpa probablemente Michael Labarca Universidad de los Andes, Venezuela
In the Hills Hamid Ahmadi London Film School, UK
Nest Gudh Saurav Rai Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute, India
The Noise of Licking A nyalintás nesze Nadja Andrasev MOME, Hungary
The Reasons in the World Las razones del mundo Ernesto Martínez Bucio CCC, Mexico
The Sleeping Saint La santa che dorme Laura Samani Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, Italy
Somewhere Ailleurs Mélody Boulissière E.N.S.A.D., France
Submarine Mounia Akl Columbia University School of the Arts, USA
Trash Poubelle Alexandre Gilmet INSAS, Belgium
Whatever The Weather Bei Wind und Wetter Remo Scherrer Hochschule Luzern - Design & Kunst, Switzerland

Short films[edit]

Out of 5,008 entries, the following films were selected to compete for the Short Film Palme d'Or,[25] the Short film Palme d'Or winner has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
4:15 P.M. The End of the World 4:15 PM Sfarsitul Lumii Catalin Rotaru, Gabi Virginia Sarga Romania
Après Suzanne Félix Moati France
Dreamlands Sarah Dunlop United Kingdom
Fight on a Swedish Beach Simon Vahlne Sweden
The Girl Who Danced with the Devil A moça que dançou com o diabo João Paulo Miranda Maria Brazil
Imago Raymond Gutierrez Philippines
Law of the Lamb صوف على الظهر / Souf alla al-dhahr (La Laine sur le dos) Lotfi Achour Tunisia, France
Mother Madre Simón Mesa Soto Colombia
The Silence Il Silenzio Farnoosh Samadi Frooshani, Ali Asgari Italy
Timecode Juanjo Giménez Spain

Cannes Classics[edit]

The full line-up for the Cannes Classics section was announced on 20 April 2016.[26]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
The double Palme d'Or of 1966[27]
The Birds, the Bees and the Italians (1966) Signore & signori Pietro Germi Italy, France
A Man and a Woman (1966) Un homme et une femme Claude Lelouch France
A crossed tribute to Raymond Depardon and Frederick Wiseman[28]
News Items (1983) Faits divers Raymond Depardon France
Hospital (1970) Frederick Wiseman United States
70th anniversary of the Fipresci[29]
Screening of the first prize of the Fipresci, for the celebration of the 70th anniversary of the International Federation of Film Critics awards.
Farrebique (1946) Farrebique ou Les quatre saisons Georges Rouquier France
Special screenings[30]
Planet of the Vampires (1965) Terrore nello spazio Mario Bava Italy, Spain
Time to Die (1966) Tiempo de morir Arturo Ripstein Mexico
Restored prints[31]
English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Adieu Bonaparte (1985) وداعاً بونابرت / Weda'an Bonaparte Youssef Chahine Egypt, France
The Day Shall Dawn (1959) Jago hua savera Aaejay Kardar Pakistan
Decalogue V and Decalogue VI (1990) Dekalog, pięć and Dekalog, sześć Krzysztof Kieślowski Poland
Howards End (1992) James Ivory U.K., Japan, USA
Indochine (1992) Régis Wargnier France
Lady Killer (1937) Gueule d’amour Jean Grémillon France, Germany
The Last Chance (1945) Die letzte Chance Leopold Lindtberg Switzerland
Love (1971) Szerelem Károly Makk Hungary
Masculin Féminin (1966) Masculin féminin: 15 faits précis Jean-Luc Godard France, Sweden
Memories of Underdevelopment (1968) Memorias del subdesarrollo Tomás Gutiérrez Alea Cuba
Momotaro, Sacred Sailors (1945) 桃太郎 海の神兵 / Momotarō: Umi no Shinpei Mitsuyo Seo Japan
One-Eyed Jacks (1961) Marlon Brando United States
Pepper Candy aka Sweet and Sour (1963) Dragées au poivre Jacques Baratier France, Italy
The Pit and the Pendulum (1961) Roger Corman United States
Rendezvous in July (1949) Rendez-vous de juillet Jacques Becker France
Santi-Vina (1954) Thavi Na Bangchang Thailand
Solaris (1972) Солярис / Solyaris Andrei Tarkovsky Soviet Union
Sorcerer (1977) William Friedkin United States
Ugetsu (1953) 雨月物語 / Ugetsu monogatari Kenji Mizoguchi Japan
Valley of Peace (1956) Dolina miru France Štiglic Yugoslavia
Valmont (1989) Miloš Forman France, United States
Voyage to the End of the Universe (1963) Ikarie XB-1 Jindřich Polák Czechoslovakia
Documentaries about Cinema[32]
English title Original title Director(s) Production country
The Cinema Travelers (CdO) (ŒdO) Shirley Abraham, Amit Madheshiya India
The Family Whistle (CdO) (ŒdO) Michele Russo Italy, United States
Cinema Novo (ŒdO) Eryk Rocha Brazil
Midnight Return: The Story of Billy Hayes and Turkey (CdO) (ŒdO) Sally Sussman USA, U.K., Portugal, Turkey
Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds (ŒdO) Alexis Bloom, Fisher Stevens United States
Gentleman Rissient (ŒdO) Benoît Jacquot, Pascal Mérigeau, Guy Seligmann France
Close Encounters with Vilmos Zsigmond (CdO) (ŒdO) Pierre Filmon France
Women Who Run Hollywood (ŒdO) Et la femme créa Hollywood Clara Kuperberg, Julia Kuperberg France
Bernadette Lafont, and God Created the Free Woman (ŒdO) Bernadette Lafont et Dieu créa la femme libre Esther Hoffenberg France
World Premiere Preview[33]
Journey Through French Cinema[34] Voyage à travers le cinéma français Bertrand Tavernier France
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature. - (ŒdO) film eligible for the Œil d'or as documentary.[22]

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.[35]

Evening English title Original title Director(s) Country
Thursday 12 Purple Rain (1984) Albert Magnoli United States
Friday 13 King of Hearts (1966) Le Roi de coeur Philippe de Broca France
Saturday 14 Coup de tête (1979) Jean-Jacques Annaud France
Monday 16 The Endless Summer (1966) Bruce Brown United States
Tuesday 17 The Great Dictator (1940) Charlie Chaplin United States
Wednesday 18 Sorcerer (1977) William Friedkin United States
Thursday 19 The Easy Life (1962) Il sorpasso Dino Risi Italy
Friday 20 Kiss Me Deadly (1955) Robert Aldrich United States
Saturday 21 We All Loved Each Other So Much (1974) C'eravamo tanto amati Ettore Scola Italy

Parallel sections[edit]

International Critics' Week[edit]

The full selection for the International Critics' Week section was announced on 18 April 2016, at the section's website.[36] In Bed with Victoria, directed by Justine Triet was selected as the opening film for the International Critics' Week section, while the short films Bonne Figure, directed by Sandrine Kiberlain, En Moi, directed by Laetitia Casta, and Kitty, directed by Chloë Sevigny were selected as its closing films.[37]

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

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Album (CdO) Albüm Mehmet Can Mertoğlu Turkey, France, Romania
Diamond Island Davy Chou Cambodia, France
Mimosas Las Mimosas Oliver Laxe Spain, France, Morocco, Qatar
One Week and a Day (CdO) שבוע ויום / Shavua ve yom Asaph Polonsky Israel
Raw (CdO) (QP) Grave Julia Ducournau France, Belgium
Tramontane (CdO) ربيع / Rabi'h Vatche Boulghourjian Lebanon, France
A Yellow Bird (CdO) K. Rajagopal Singapore, France
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature. - (QP) film eligible for the Queer Palm.[22]

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

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Arnie 阿尼 / Arnie Rina B. Tsou Taiwan, Philippines
Ascension Ascensão Pedro Peralta Portugal
Birth of a Leader L'enfance d'un chef Antoine de Bary France
Campo de Viboras Cristèle Alves Meira Portugal
Delusion Is Redemption to Those in Distress O Delírio é A Redenção Dos Aflitos Filipe Fernandes Brazil
Limbo Konstantina Kotzamani Greece
Oh What a Wonderful Feeling François Jaros Canada
Prenjak Wregas Bhanuteja Indonesia
Superbia Luca Tóth Hungary
The Virgin Soldier Le Soldat vierge Erwan Le Duc France

Special screenings

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Apnea (CdO) (QP) Apnée Jean-Christophe Meurisse France
En Moi (closing film) Laetitia Casta France
From the Diary of a Wedding Photographer מיומנו של צלם חתונות / Myomano shel tzalam hatonot Nadav Lapid Israel
Happy Times Will Come Soon I tempi felici verranno presto Alessandro Comodin Italy, France
In Bed with Victoria (opening film) Victoria Justine Triet France
Kitty (closing film) Chloë Sevigny United States
Los pasos del agua César Augusto Acevedo Colombia
Smile (closing film) Bonne figure Sandrine Kiberlain France
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature. - (QP) film eligible for the Queer Palm.[22]

Directors' Fortnight[edit]

The full selection for the Directors' Fortnight section was announced on 19 April 2016, at the section's website.[38][39] Sweet Dreams, directed by Marco Bellocchio was selected as the opening film for the Directors' Fortnight section and Dog Eat Dog, directed by Paul Schrader was selected as the closing film for the Directors' Fortnight section.

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

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
After Love L'Economie du Couple Joachim Lafosse France, Belgium
The Together Project L’Effet aquatique Sólveig Anspach France, Iceland
Divines (CdO) (QP) Uda Benyamina France
Dog Eat Dog (closing film) Paul Schrader United States
Endless Poetry Poesía sin fin Alejandro Jodorowsky Chile, Japan, France
Fiore (QP) Claudio Giovannesi Italy, France
Like Crazy La pazza gioia Paolo Virzì Italy, France
The Lives of Thérèse (ŒdO) (QP) Les Vies de Thérèse Sébastien Lifshitz France
Mean Dreams Nathan Morlando Canada
Mercenary (CdO) Mercenaire Sacha Wolff France
My Life as a Zucchini (CdO) Ma vie de courgette Claude Barras Switzerland, France
Neruda Pablo Larraín Chile, Argentina, France, Spain
Psycho Raman Anurag Kashyap India
Risk (ŒdO) Laura Poitras United States, Germany
Sweet Dreams (opening film) Fai bei sogni Marco Bellocchio Italy, France
Tour de France Rachid Djaïdani France
Two Lovers and a Bear Kim Nguyen Canada
Wolf and Sheep (CdO) گرگ و گوسفند / Gorg o goosfand Shahrbanoo Sadat Denmark, Afghanistan
(CdO) film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature. - (ŒdO) film eligible for the Œil d'or as documentary. - (QP) film eligible for the Queer Palm.[22]

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

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Abigail Isabel Penoni, Valentina Homem Brazil
The Beast Zvir Miroslav Sikavica Croatia
Chasse Royale Romane Gueret, Lise Akoka France
Decorado Alberto Vázquez Spain
Habat Shel Hakala Tamar Rudoy Israel
Happy End Jan Saska Czech Republic
Hitchhiker Jero Yun
Import Ena Sendijarevic Netherlands
Kindil El Bahr قنديل البحر / Kindil El Bahr Damien Ounouri Algeria
Léthé Dea Kulumbegashvili France, Georgia
Listening to Beethoven Garri Bardine Russia

ACID[edit]

The Association for Independent Cinema and its Distribution (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,[40][41] the full ACID selection was announced on 19 April 2016, at the section's website.[42]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
The Girl Without Hands La Jeune Fille sans mains Sébastien Laudenbach France
Isola Fabianny Deschamps France
Madame B, histoire d'une nord-coréenne Jero Yun France, South Korea
Le Parc Damien Manivel France
Sac la mort Emmanuel Parraud France
Swagger Olivier Babinet France
Tombé du ciel Wissam Charaf France, Lebanon
Le Voyage au Groenland Sébastien Betbeder France
Willy 1er (QP) Ludovic Boukherma, Zoran Boukherma, Marielle Gautier, Hugo P. Thomas France
(QP) indicates film eligible for the Queer Palm.[22]

Awards[edit]

Ken Loach, winner of the 2016 Palme d'Or
Xavier Dolan, winner of the Gran Prix
The main competition jury.

Official awards[edit]

In Competition[8]

Un Certain Regard[44]

Cinéfondation[45]

  • First Prize: Anna by Or Sinai
  • Second Prize: In the Hills by Hamid Ahmadi
  • Third Prize: The Noise of Licking by Nadja Andrasev & The Guilt, Probably by Michael Labarca

Golden Camera[9]

Short Films

Independent awards[edit]

FIPRESCI Prizes[46]

Vulcan Award of the Technical Artist[47]

Ecumenical Jury[48][49]

Awards in the frame of International Critics' Week[50]

Awards in the frame of Directors' Fortnight[51]

L'Œil d'or Jury[52]

Queer Palm Jury[53][54]

Palm Dog Jury[55]

Prix François Chalais[56]

Cannes Soundtrack Award[57]

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