2011 Cannes Film Festival

The 64th Cannes Film Festival was held from 11 to 22 May 2011.[3] American actor Robert De Niro served as the president of the jury for the main competition[4] and French filmmaker Michel Gondry headed the jury for the short film competition.[5] South Korean film director Bong Joon-ho was the head of the jury for the Caméra d'Or prize, which is awarded to the best first-time filmmaker.[6] The American film The Tree of Life, directed by Terrence Malick won the Palme d'Or.[1]

64th Cannes Film Festival
Official poster of the 64th Cannes Film Festival featuring a 1970 photo of American actress Faye Dunaway
Opening filmMidnight in Paris
Closing filmBeloved
LocationCannes, France
Founded1946
AwardsPalme d'Or (The Tree of Life)[1]
Hosted byMélanie Laurent
No. of films20 (In Competition)[2]
21 (Un Certain Regard)
9 (Short Film)
Festival date11 – 22 May 2011
WebsiteWebsite

Midnight in Paris, written and directed by Woody Allen, opened the festival[7][8] and Beloved (Les Bien-aimés), directed by Christophe Honoré and screened as out of competition, closed the festival. Mélanie Laurent hosted the opening and closing ceremonies.

Italian film director Bernardo Bertolucci was presented with the third Honorary Palme d'Or Award at the opening ceremony of the festival.[9] Though the award had been given out sporadically in the past the Honorary Palme d'Or was supposed to presented annually after 2011. However it was not given again until the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.[10] Gus Van Sant's Restless opened the Un Certain Regard section.[11] Jailed Iranian film directors Jafar Panahi and Mohammad Rasoulof were honoured at the festival.[12] Goodbye by Rasoulof and Panahi's This Is Not a Film was screened at the festival, and Panahi was awarded the Carrosse d'Or. Four female directors featured in the main competition: Australian Julia Leigh, Japan's Naomi Kawase, Scottish director Lynne Ramsay and France's own Maïwenn Le Besco.[13][14]

Danish film director Lars von Trier caused controversy with comments he made at the press conference of his film Melancholia. When he was asked about the relation between the influences of German Romanticism in the film and his own German heritage, the director made jokes about Jews and Nazis. He said he understood Adolf Hitler and admired the work of architect Albert Speer, and jokingly announced that he was a Nazi.[15] The Cannes Film Festival first issued an official apology for the remarks the same day and clarified that Trier is not a Nazi or an antisemite,[16] then declared the director "persona non grata" the following day.[17] The film remained in competition.[18]

Juries

Main competition

The following people were appointed as the Jury for the feature films of the 2010 Official Selection:[19][20][21][22]

Un Certain Regard

Cinéfondation and short films

Camera d'Or

  • Bong Joon-ho (South Korean director) President
  • Danièle Heyman (French critic)
  • Eva Vezer (Hungarian Head of Magyar Filmunio)
  • Robert Alazraki (French cinematographer)
  • Daniel Colland (French manager of Cinedia laboratory)
  • Jacques Maillot (French director)
  • Alex Masson (French critic)

Independent Juries

The following independent jury awarded films in the frame of the International Critics' Week.

Nespresso Grand Prize[23]

  • Lee Chang-dong (South Korean film director) President
  • Scott Foundas (American film critic)
  • Nick James (English film critic)
  • Sergio Wolf (Argentinian film critic and curator)
  • Cristina Piccino (Italian film critic)

Official selection

In competition - Feature films

The following feature films competed for the Palme d'Or.[2] The Palme d'Or winner has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Country
The ArtistMichel HazanaviciusFrance
DriveNicolas Winding RefnUnited States
FootnoteHearat ShulayimJoseph CedarIsrael
Hanezu朱花の月 / Hanezu No TsukiNaomi KawaseJapan
Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai一命 / IchimeiTakashi MiikeJapan
Le HavreAki KaurismäkiFinland
House of ToleranceL'apollonide (Souvenirs de la maison close)Bertrand BonelloFrance
The Kid with a BikeLe Gamin au véloDardenne brothersBelgium
MelancholiaLars von TrierDenmark
Michael (CdO)Markus SchleinzerAustria
Once Upon a Time in AnatoliaBir Zamanlar Anadolu'daNuri Bilge CeylanTurkey
PaterAlain CavalierFrance
PolisseMaïwenn Le BescoFrance
The Skin I Live InLa piel que habitoPedro AlmodóvarSpain
Sleeping Beauty (CdO)Julia LeighAustralia
The SourceLa source des femmesRadu MihăileanuFrance
This Must Be the PlacePaolo SorrentinoItaly, France, Ireland
The Tree of LifeTerrence MalickUnited States
We Have a PopeHabemus PapamNanni MorettiItaly
We Need to Talk About KevinLynne RamsayUnited Kingdom
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[24]

Un Certain Regard

The following films were selected for the competition of Un Certain Regard.[2] The Un Cretain Regard Prize ex-aequo winners have been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Country
Arirang아리랑 / ArirangKim Ki-dukSouth Korea
BeautySkoonheidOliver HermanusSouth Africa
BonsaiCristián JiménezChile
The Day He Arrives북촌방향 / BukchonbanghyangHong Sang-sooSouth Korea
ElenaЕлена / YelenaAndrey ZvyagintsevRussia
Goodbyeبه امید دیدار / Be omid e didārMohammad RasoulofIran
Hard Labor (CdO)Trabalhar CansaJuliana Rojas & Marco DutraBrazil
The HunterОхотник / OkhotnikBakur BakuradzeRussia
LoverboyCătălin MitulescuRomania
Martha Marcy May Marlene (CdO)Sean DurkinUnited States
The MinisterL'Exercice de l'ÉtatPierre SchöllerFrance
Miss BalaGerardo NaranjoMexico
Oslo, 31 AugustJoachim TrierNorway
Outside SatanHors SatanBruno DumontFrance
RestlessGus Van SantUnited States
The Snows of KilimanjaroLes Neiges du KilimandjaroRobert GuédiguianFrance
Stopped on TrackHalt auf freier StreckeAndreas DresenGermany
TatsumiEric KhooSingapore
ToomelahIvan SenAustralia
Where Do We Go Now?هلق لوين؟ / Halla' Lawein?Nadine LabakiLebanon
The Yellow Sea황해 / HwanghaeNa Hong-jinSouth Korea
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[24]

Out of Competition

The following films were selected to be screened out of competition:[2][25]

English title Original title Director(s) Prod. country
The BeaverJodie FosterUnited States
BelovedLes Bien-aimésChristophe HonoréFrance
The ConquestLa ConquêteXavier DurringerFrance
Midnight in ParisWoody AllenUnited States
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger TidesRob MarshallUnited States
Midnight Screenings
Bollywood: The Greatest Love Story Ever ToldRakeysh Omprakash Mehra & Jeff ZimbalistIndia
Days of Grace (CdO)Dias de graciaEverardo GoutMexico
Wu XiaWu XiaPeter ChanHong Kong
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[24]

Special screenings

The following films were shown as special screenings.[2][26]

English title Original title Director(s) Country
18 DaysTamantashar yomAhmad Abdallah, Mariam Abou Ouf, Kamla Abu Zikri, Ahmed Alaa, Mohamed Ali, Sherif Arafa, Sherif El Bendary, Marwan Hamed, Khaled Marei and Yousry NasrallahEgypt
The Big FixRebecca Tickell and Josh TickellUSA
Duch, Master of the Forges of HellLe Maître des forges de l'EnferRithy PanhFrance
Leader-SheepTous au LarzacChristian RouaudFrance
Michel PetruccianiMichael RadfordFrance
No More Fear (CdO)La khaoufa baada al'yaoumMourad Ben CheikhTunisia
Out of Bounds (CdO)LabradorFrederikke AspöckDenmark
The PostmanAl-BostaguiHussein KamalEgypt
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[24]

Cinéfondation

The following films were selected to be screened in the Cinéfondation section, which focuses on short films made by students at film schools.[27] The winner of the Cinéfondation First Prize has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) School
The Agony and Sweat of the Human SpiritD. Jesse Damazo & Joe BookmanUniversity of Iowa, United States
Bento MonogatariPieter DirkxHogeschool Sint-Lukas, Belgium
Big MuddyJefferson MoneoColumbia University, United States
Cagey TigersTigre z klietkyAramisovaFAMU, Czech Republic
ChangelingDer WechselbalgMaria SteinmetzHFF Konrad Wolf, Germany
DrariKamal NazraqLa Fémis, France
Duel Before NightfallDuelo Antes da NoiteAlice FurtadoUniversidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil
Fly by Night야간비행 / Ya-gan-bi-hangSon Tae-gyumChung-Ang University, South Korea
The LetterDer BriefDoroteya Droumevadffb, Germany
Martha Must FlyAl Martha laufMa'ayan RyppTel Aviv University, Israel
On My DoorstepBefetach beityAnat CostiBezalel Academy, Israel
SalsipuedesMariano LuqueNational University of Córdoba, Argentina
Suu and UchikawaSuu et UchikawaNathanael CartonNYU Asia, Singapore
Till Summer ComesL'estate che non vienePasquale MarinoCentro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, Italy
The TripA ViagemSimão CayatteColumbia University, United States
The Wedding PartyLa fiesta de casamienteGastón Margolin & Martín MorgenfeldUniversidad del Cine, Argentina

Short Films

The following short films competed for the Short Film Palme d'Or.[2] The Short film Palme d'Or winner has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Country
BearNash EdgertonAustralia
ColdKjøttsårLisa Marie GamlemNorway
CrossMaryna VrodaFrance, Ukraine
GhostDahci MaSouth Korea
It Is NothingCe n'est rienNicolas RoyCanada
MeatheadSam HolstNew Zealand
Paternal WombMegumi TazakiJapan
Soy tan felizVladimir DuránArgentina
Swimsuit 46Badpakje 46Wannes DestoopBelgium

Cannes Classics

The following films were selected to be screened in the Cannes Classics section.[28][29]

English title Original title Director(s) Country
Tributes[30]
A Bronx Tale (1993)Robert De NiroUnited States
A Clockwork Orange (1971)Stanley KubrickUSA, U.K.
The Conformist (1970)Il ConformistaBernardo BertolucciItaly
Molly (2011 short)Moly KaneSenegal
Puzzle of a Downfall Child (1970)Jerry SchatzbergUnited States
Sugar Cane Alley (1983)Rue Cases-NégresEuzhan PalcyFrance
A Trip to the Moon (1902)Le Voyage dans la luneGeorges MélièsFrance
Documentaries about Cinema[31]
Belmondo, itinéraire...Vincent PerrotFrance
Corman's World: Exploits Of A Hollywood Rebel (CdO)Alex StapletonUnited States
Kurosawa’s WayKurosawa, la VoieCatherine CadouFrance
The LookAngelina MaccaroneGermany, France
Once Upon a Time... A Clockwork OrangeIl était une fois… Orange mécaniqueAntoine de GaudemarFrance
Restored prints[32]
The Assassin (1961)L’assassinoElio PetriItaly
Children of Paradise (1945)Les Enfants du paradisMarcel CarnéFrance
Chronicle of a Summer (1960)Chronique d'un étéJean Rouch & Edgar MorinFrance
Despair (1978)Despair – Eine Reise ins LichtRainer Werner FassbinderWest Germany
No Man's Land (1931)NiemandslandVictor TrivasGermany
Le Sauvage (1975)Jean-Paul RappeneauFrance
The Machine to Kill Bad People (1952)La macchina ammazzacattiviRoberto RosselliniItaly
World Cinema Foundation[33]
The Law of the Border (1966)Hudutların KanunuÖmer Lütfi AkadTurkey
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[24]

Cinéma de la Plage

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.[34]

English title Original title Director(s) Country
And the Ship Sails On (1984)E la nave vaFederico FelliniItaly, France
Ant Scream (2011)Sameh Abdel AzizEgypt
Das Boot: Directors Cut (1981/79)Wolfgang PetersenWest Germany
The Caine Mutiny (1954)Edward DmytrykUnited States
Greed in the Sun (1965)100.000 dollars au soleilHenri VerneuilFrance, Italy
The Man from Acapulco (1973)Le MagnifiquePhilippe de BrocaFrance, Italy
A Night To Remember (1958)Roy Ward BakerUnited Kingdom
Reflets sur la Croisette (2011, a series of shorts)Isabelle PutodFrance
Winter Frog (2011 short)Grenouille d'hiverSlony SowFrance

Parallel Sections

International Critics' Week

The line-up for the International Critics' Week was announced on 18 April at the section's website.[35] Declaration of War, directed by Valérie Donzelli, and Bachelor Days Are Over, directed by Katia Lewkowicz, were selected as the opening and closing films of the Semaine de la Critique section.[36]

Feature films

English title Original title Director(s) Country
17 Girls (CdO)17 fillesDelphine Coulin & Muriel CoulinFrance
Las Acacias   (Camera d'Or winner)Pablo GiorgelliArgentina, Spain
Avé (CdO)Konstantin BojanovBulgaria, France
Sauna on the Moon嫦娥 / Chang'eZou PengChina
The Slut (CdO)הנותנת / HanotenetHagar Ben-AsherIsrael, Germany
Snowtown (CdO)Justin KurzelAustralia
Take ShelterJeff NicholsUnited States
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[24]

Short films

English title Original title Director(s) Country
Alexis Ivanovitch, You're My HeroAlexis Ivanovitch vous êtes mon hérosGuillaume GouixFrance
Black MoonAmy SiegelUnited States
BlueStephen KangNew Zealand
BoyTopaz AdizesUnited States
Finis Operis불멸의 사나이 / Bul-myul-ui-sa-na-ieMoon Byoung-gonSouth Korea
In Front of the House집 앞에서 / Jib ApeseoLee Tae-hoSouth Korea
The Inviolability of the Domicile Is Based On the Man Who Appears Wielding an Axe at the Door of His HouseLa inviolabilidad del domicilio se basa en el hombre que aparece empuñando un hachaAlex PipernoUruguay, Argentina
JuniorJulia DucournauFrance
PermanenciasPermanênciasRicardo Alves JúniorBrazil
SundaysDimanchesValéry RosierBelgium

Special screenings

English title Original title Director(s) Country
Bachelor Days Are Over (CdO)Pourquoi tu pleures?Katia LewkowiczFrance
Declaration of WarLa Guerre est déclaréeValérie DonzelliFrance
My Little Princess (CdO)My Little PrincessEva IonescoFrance
To Die By Your SideMourir auprès de toiSpike Jonze & Simon CahnFrance
Walk Away Renee Walk Away ReneeJonathan CaouetteUSA, France
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[24]

Directors' Fortnight

The following films were selected to be screened in the independent Directors' Fortnight section:[37]

Feature films

English title Original title Director(s) Country
Blue BirdGust Van Den BergheBelgium
Breathing (CdO)AtmenKarl MarkovicsAustria
Code BlueUrszula AntoniakNetherlands
End of Silence (CdO)La Fin du silenceRoland EdzardFrance
The FairyLa FéeDominique Abel, Bruno Romy & Fiona GordonBelgium
The GiantsLes GéantsBouli LannersBelgium
Heat Wave (CdO)Après le sudJean-Jacques JauffretFrance
Heavenly Body (CdO)Corpo CelesteAlice RohrwacherItaly
ImpardonnablesAndré TéchinéFrance
Iris in Bloom (CdO)En villeValérie Mrejen & Bertrand ScheferFrance
The IslandOstrovat (Островът)Kamen KalevBulgaria
MushroomsChatrakVimukthi JayasundaraIndia
The Other Side of Sleep (CdO)Rebecca DalyIreland
Palawan FateBusongAuraeus SolitoPhilippines
PlayRuben ÖstlundSweden
PorfirioAlejandro LandesColombia
Return (CdO)Liza JohnsonUnited States
The Silence of JoanJeanne captivePhilippe RamosFrance
The Silver CliffO Abismo PrateadoKarim AïnouzBrazil
Sur la plancheLeila KilaniMorocco
Volcano (CdO)Runar RunarssonIceland
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[24]

Special Screenings

English title Original title Director(s) Country
Back Door Channels: The Price of PeaceHarry HunkeleUnited States
Guilty of RomanceKoi no TsumiSion SonoJapan
Les jeunes gens modernesJérôme de Missolz & Jean-François SanzFrance
La nuit elles dansentIsabelle Lavigne & Stéphane ThibaultCanada
El veladorNatalia AlmadaUnited States

Short films

English title Original title Director(s) Country
Anonymous (street meat)Migdia ChineaUnited States
Armand 15 ans l’été dernierBlaise HarrisonFrance
Boro in the BoxBernard MandicoFrance
Cigarette at NightDuane HopkinsUnited Kingdom
CsicskaAttila TillHungary
Dans le jardin du temps, portrait d’Ely et Nina BielutinClément CogitoreFrance
Demain, ça sera bienPauline GayFrance
Fourplay: TampaHenry KyleUnited States
The Guidance of ReasonLa conduite de la RaisonAliochaFrance
Killing the chickens to Scare the MonkeysJens AssurSweden
Mila CaosSimon PaetauGermany
NuvenBasil Da CunchaChile
Las PalmasJohannes NyholmSweden
Le songe de PoliphileCamille HenrotFrance
Vice versa oneSadat ShahrbanooAfghanistan

Awards

Official awards

The Palme d'Or was won by the American film The Tree of Life directed by Terrence Malick.[38] Two of the film's producers, Bill Pohlad and Sarah Green, accepted the prize on behalf of the reclusive Malick.[38] The Tree of Life is the first American film to win the Palme d'Or since Fahrenheit 9/11 in 2004. Head of the jury, Robert De Niro, said it was difficult to choose a winner, but The Tree of Life "ultimately fit the bill". De Niro explained, "It had the size, the importance, the intention, whatever you want to call it, that seemed to fit the prize."[39]

The following films and people received the 2011 Official selection awards:[1][40]

In Competition

Un Certain Regard

Cinéfondation

  • 1st Prize: The Letter by Doroteya Droumeva
  • 2nd Prize: Drari by Kamal Nazraq
  • 3rd Prize: Fly by Night by Son Tae-gyum

Golden Camera

Short films

Independent awards

FIPRESCI Prizes[42]

Vulcan Award of the Technical Artist[43]

Ecumenical Jury[44][40]

Awards in the frame of International Critics' Week[40][45]

Awards in the frame of Directors' Fortnight[40][46]

Association Prix François Chalais[47]

Queer Palm[48]

Palm Dog[49]

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