Cannes 2019: Bong Joon-ho wins the Golden Palm with ‘Parasite’, and Antonio Banderas is crowned as best actor for ‘Pain and glory’

Cannes 2019: Bong Joon-ho wins the Golden Palm with 'Parasite', and Antonio Banderas is crowned as best actor for 'Pain and glory'

we have here the long-awaited winners list of the 72nd edition of the Cannes film Festival. The great news is that the south Korean Bong Joon-ho has been raised with the prestigious Golden Palm by ‘Parasite‘a black comedy full of surprises that play with the thriller and social drama.

I mentioned that was my favorite movie of the films in competition so I am pleased with the decision taken by the jury chaired by Alejandro González Iñárritu. By the way, Bong triumphs in Cannes two years later to compete with ‘Okja‘, brought the controversy the event due to the distribution of domestic Netflix.

on the other hand, the brothers Dardenne received the award for the best mise en scene for ‘Young Ahmed‘, the guatemalan César Díaz takes the Golden Camera for the best opera prima by ‘Our mothers’ and the rewards of interpretation are for the Spanish language Antonio Banderas (‘Pain and glory‘) and the English Emily Beecham (‘Little Joe‘).

Flags is not the only Spanish winner in this edition of the Cannes; Oliver Laxe and Albert Serra also depart from Cannes with two awards of the section A certain regard. Below you can see the list of winners:

Winners of Cannes 2019

  • official competition

Best film: ‘Parasite’ of Bong Joon-ho

Best direction: Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne for ‘Young Ahmed’

Best actor: Antonio Banderas ‘Pain and glory

Best actress: Emily Beecham by ‘Little Joe’

Best screenplay: Céline Sciamma by ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire

Jury Prize (ex-aequo): ‘Les misérables‘ Ladj Ly, and ‘Bacurau‘ Kleber Mendonça Filho & Juliano Dornelles

Grand Prize of the Jury: ‘Atlantique‘ Mati Diop

Special Mention: Elia Suleiman for ‘It Must Be Heaven

Best short film: ‘The Distance Between Us and The Sky’ of Vassilis Kekatos

  • un certain regard

Best film: ‘A life invisível Eurydice Gusmão’ (‘The Invisible Life of Eurydice Gusmão’) Karim Aïnouz

Best director: Kantemir Balagov by ‘Beanpole

Best actress: Chiara Mastroianni by ‘Chambre 212’

Prize of the jury: ‘Or burning‘ Oliver Laxe

jury’s special Award: ‘Liberté‘, Albert Serra

special Mention of the jury: ‘Jeanne’ (‘Joan of Arc’) Bruno Dumont

Award ‘Coup de coeur’ of the jury (ex-aequo): ‘La femme de mon frère’ of Monia Chokri, and ‘The Climb’ by Michael Angelo Covino

  • Other awards

Golden Camera: César Diaz for ‘Our mothers’

FIPRESCI Prize Section Officer: ‘It Must Be Heaven’, by Elia Suleiman

FIPRESCI Prize un certain regard: ‘Beanpole’ of Kantemir Balagov

FIPRESCI Prize for directors ‘ Fortnight: ‘The Lighthouse‘ Robert Eggers

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May 25, 2019


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