2013 Cannes Film Festival

The 66th Cannes Film Festival took place in Cannes, France, from 15 to 26 May 2013.[1] Steven Spielberg was the head of the jury for the main competition.[2] New Zealand film director Jane Campion was the head of the jury for the Cinéfondation and Short Film sections.[3] French actress Audrey Tautou hosted the opening and closing ceremonies.[4] Actress Kim Novak was named guest of honour and introduced a new restored version of Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo.[5]

2013 Cannes Film Festival
Official poster of the 66th Cannes Film Festival featuring a photo of Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward during the shooting of the film A New Kind of Love
Opening filmThe Great Gatsby
Closing filmZulu
LocationCannes, France
Founded1946
AwardsPalme d'Or (Blue Is the Warmest Colour)
Hosted byAudrey Tautou
No. of films20 (In Competition)
18 (Un Certain Regard)
9 (Short Film)
Festival date15 May 2013 (2013-05-15) – 26 May 2013 (2013-05-26)
Websitefestival-cannes.com/en

The festival opened with The Great Gatsby,[6][7] directed by Baz Luhrmann and closed with Zulu, directed by Jérôme Salle.[8][9] The film poster for the festival featured Paul Newman and his wife Joanne Woodward.[10] The Bling Ring, directed by Sofia Coppola, opened the Un Certain Regard section.[11]

The French film Blue Is the Warmest Colour won the Palme d'Or. In an unprecedented move, along with the director, the Jury decided to take "the exceptional step" of awarding the film's two main actresses, Adèle Exarchopoulos and Léa Seydoux, with the Palme d'Or.[12]

On the occasion of 100 Years of Indian Cinema, India was the Official Guest Country at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. Seven Indian feature films were premiered among various sections on the festival.[13][14][15] Actress Vidya Balan was one of the official Jury of the festival.[16] The first Incredible India Exhibition, a joint participation of the Ministry of Tourism and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Republic of India was inaugurated by Indian delegate Chiranjeevi.[17][18]

Juries

Main competition

Un Certain Regard

Caméra d'Or

Cinéfondation and short films

Independent juries

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

Nespresso Grand Prize[21]

  • Miguel Gomes, Portuguese film director, Jury President
  • Dennis Lim, American film programmer and critic
  • Alin Taşçıyan, Turkish film critic
  • Neil Young, English film curator and critic
  • Alex Vicente, Spanish film journalist

Discovery Award for Short Film[21]

  • Mia Hansen-Løve, French film director, Jury President
  • Brad Deane, Canadian film curator
  • Savina Neirotti, Italian program officer for the Biennale College of Cinema
  • Johannes Palermos, Swedish program coordinator at the Stockholm International Film Festival
  • Lorna Tee, Malaysian film festival consultant and film producer

France 4 Visionary Award[21]

  • Mia Hansen-Løve, French film director, Jury President
  • Luo Jin, Chinese film critic
  • Eren Odabasi, Turkish film critic
  • Thiago Stivaletti, Brazilian film critic
  • Simon Pellegry, French film critic

Official selection

In competition - Feature films

The following films have been selected for the In Competition section.[22][23][24] The Palme d'Or winner has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Behind the CandelabraSteven SoderberghUnited States
Blue Is the Warmest ColourLa Vie d'Adèle – Chapitres 1 & 2Abdellatif KechicheFrance, Belgium, Spain
BorgmanAlex van WarmerdamNetherlands
A Castle in ItalyUn château en ItalieValeria Bruni TedeschiFrance
The Great BeautyLa grande bellezzaPaolo SorrentinoItaly, France
GrigrisMahamat Saleh HarounChad
HeliAmat EscalanteMexico
The ImmigrantJames GrayUnited States
Inside Llewyn DavisJoel and Ethan CoenUnited States
Jimmy P: Psychotherapy of a Plains IndianArnaud DesplechinFrance
Like Father, Like SonSoshite Chichi ni NaruHirokazu KoreedaJapan
Michael KohlhaasArnaud des PallièresFrance, Germany
NebraskaAlexander PayneUnited States
Only God ForgivesNicolas Winding RefnFrance, Denmark
Only Lovers Left AliveJim JarmuschUnited Kingdom, Germany
The PastLe PasséAsghar FarhadiFrance, Iran
Shield of StrawWara no TateTakashi MiikeJapan
A Touch of SinTian zhu dingJia ZhangkeChina
Venus in FurLa Vénus à la fourrureRoman PolanskiFrance
Young & BeautifulJeune & JolieFrançois OzonFrance

Un Certain Regard

The following films have been selected in the Un Certain Regard section.[22] The Un Certain Regard Prize winner has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
As I Lay DyingJames FrancoUnited States
BastardsLes SalaudsClaire DenisFrance
Bends (CdO)Flora LauHong Kong
The Bling RingSofia CoppolaUnited States
Death MarchAdolfo Alix, Jr.Philippines
Fruitvale Station (CdO)Ryan CooglerUnited States
The German DoctorWakoldaLucía PuenzoArgentina, Spain
The Golden Cage (CdO)La jaula de oroDiego Quemada-DiezMexico
Grand CentralRebecca ZlotowskiFrance
Manuscripts Don't BurnDast-Neveshtehaa NemisoozandMohammad RasoulofIran
Miele (CdO)Valeria GolinoItaly, France
The Missing PictureL'image manquanteRithy PanhCambodia
My Sweet Pepper LandHuner SaleemFrance, Germany
Norte, the End of HistoryNorte, hangganan ng kasaysayanLav DiazPhilippines
Nothing Bad Can Happen (CdO)Tore tanztKatrin GebbeGermany
OmarHany Abu-AssadPalestine
Sarah Prefers to Run (CdO)Sarah préfère la courseChloé RobichaudCanada
Stranger by the LakeL'Inconnu du lacAlain GuiraudieFrance
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[25]

Films out of Competition

The following films were selected to play out of competition:[22]

English title Original title Director(s) Prod. country
All Is LostJ. C. ChandorUnited States
Blood TiesGuillaume CanetFrance, USA
The Great Gatsby – opening filmBaz LuhrmannUnited States
The Last of the UnjustLe dernier des injustesClaude LanzmannFrance
Zulu – closing filmJérôme SalleFrance
Gala Screening
Bombay TalkiesAnurag Kashyap, Karan Johar, Zoya Akhtar & Dibakar BanerjeeIndia
Jerry Lewis Tribute
Max RoseDaniel Noah
Midnight Screenings
Blind Detective盲探 / Máng tànJohnnie ToHong Kong
Monsoon Shootout (CdO)Amit KumarIndia
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[25]

Special screenings

The following films were presented in the Special screenings section:

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Bite the DustOtdat konciTaisia Igumentseva
Muhammad Ali's Greatest FightStephen Frears
Return to Nuke 'Em High Vol.1Lloyd KaufmanUnited States
Seduced and AbandonedJames Toback
Stop the Pounding HeartRoberto Minervini
Weekend of a ChampionFrank Simon and Roman Polanski

Cinéfondation

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 1,550 submissions from 277 different schools. One-third of the films selected represented schools competing for the first time. It was also the first time for a Chilean film to be selected in Cinéfondation.[26][27] The winner of the Cinéfondation First Prize has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) School
After the WinterAu-delà de l'hiverJow Zhi WeiLe Fresnoy, France
AsunciónCamila Luna ToledoPontifical Catholic University , Chile
Babagaבבגה / BabagaGan de LangeSam Spiegel Film and Television School, Israel
Danse MacabreMałgorzata RżanekAcademy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Poland
Duetدوئت / DuetNavid DaneshKarnameh Film School, Iran
ExileVladilen ViernyLa Fémis, France
Fable of a Blood-Drained GirlContrafábula de una niña disecadaAlejandro Iglesias MendizábalCentro de Capacitación Cinematográfica, Mexico
Going SouthJefferson MoneoColumbia University, USA
Ham StoryO ŠunceEliška ChytkováTomas Bata University in Zlín, Czech Republic
In the FishbowlÎn acvariuTudor Cristian JurgiuUNATS, Romania
The Line선 / SeonKim Soo-jinChung-Ang University, South Korea
The Magnificent Lion BoyAna CaroNational Film and Television School, UK
NeedleAnahita GhazvinizadehSchool of the Art Institute of Chicago, USA
The Norm of LifeНорма жизни / Norma zhizniEvgeny ByaloBKCP, Russia
PandasPandyMatúš VizárFAMU, Czech Republic
StepsisterJoey IzzoSan Francisco State University, USA
Tomorrow All the ThingsMañana todas las cosasSebastián SchjaerUniversidad del Cine, Argentina
Waiting for the ThawEn attendant le dégelSarah HirttINSAS, Belgium

Short film competition

Out of 3,500 submissions, the following films were selected to compete for the Short Film Palme d'Or.[28][26] The Short film Palme d'Or winner has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
37˚4 SAdriano ValerioFrance
Condom LeadArab and TarzanPalestine
Meteorite + Impotence隕石とインポテンツ / Inseki to InpotentsuOmoi SasakiJapan
Mont BlancGilles CoulierBelgium
More Than Two Hoursبیشتر از دو ساعت / Bishtar Az Do SaatAli AsgariIran
OlenaElżbieta BenkowskaPoland
OpheliaAnnarita ZambranoFrance
Safe세이프 / SeipeuMoon Byoung-gonSouth Korea
Whale ValleyHvalfjörðurGuðmundur Arnar GuðmundssonDenmark, Iceland

Cannes Classics

The Festival uses Cannes Classics to place the spotlight on rediscovered or restored masterworks from the past, or ones that have been re-released in theatres or on DVD.[29]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Tribute[30]
OpiumArielle DombasleFrance
Documentaries about Cinema[31]
Barefoot in the KitchenCon la pata quebrada by Diego GalanDiego GalánSpain
Shepard & DarkTreva WurmfeldUnited States
A Story of Children and FilmMark CousinsUnited Kingdom
Restored prints[32]
English title Original title Director(s) Production country
The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz (1974)Ted KotcheffCanada
An Autumn Afternoon (1962)秋刀魚の味 / Sanma no ajiYasujirō OzuJapan
La Belle et la Bete (1946)Jean CocteauFrance
Charulata (1964)CharulataSatyajit RayIndia
Cleopatra (1963)Joseph L. MankiewiczUnited States, U.K.
Conversation Piece (1974)Gruppo di famiglia in un internoLuchino ViscontiItaly, France
The Desert of the Tartars (1976)Il deserto dei TartariValerio ZurliniItaly, France, Germany
Fedora (1978)Billy WilderUnited States
Goha (1958)Jacques BaratierFrance, Tunisia
The Grande Bouffe (1973)La grande abbuffataMarco FerreriItaly, France
Hiroshima mon amour (1959)Alain ResnaisFrance, Japan
Le Joli Mai (1963)Chris Marker, Pierre LhommeFrance
The Last Detail (1973)Hal AshbyUnited States
The Last Emperor 3D (1987)Bernardo BertolucciChina, U.K., Italy
Lucky Luciano (1973)Francesco RosiItaly
Purple Noon (1960)Plein SoleilRené ClémentFrance
Queen Margot (1994)La Reine MargotPatrice ChéreauFrance
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964)Les Parapluies de CherbourgJacques DemyFrance
Visions of Eight (1973)Miloš Forman, Claude Lelouch, Yuri Ozerov
Mai Zetterling, Kon Ichikawa, John Schlesinger
Arthur Penn, Michael Pfleghar
United States
World Cinema Foundation[33]
Manila in the Claws of Light (1975)Maynila sa mga kuko ng liwanagLino BrockaPhilippines
The Wagoner (1963 short)Borom SarretOusmane SembeneSenegal

Cinéma de la Plage

The Cinéma de la Plage is a part of the Official Selection. The outdoors screenings at the beach cinema of Cannes are open to the public.[34]

English title Original title Director(s) Country
The Big Blue (1988)Le Grand BleuLuc BessonFrance, United States, Italy
The Birds (1963)Alfred HitchcockUnited States
Bollywood: The Greatest Love Story Ever Told (2011)Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, Jeff ZimbalistIndia
The General (1926)Clyde Bruckman, Buster KeatonUnited States
Jaws (1975)Steven SpielbergUnited States
Jour de fête (1949)Jacques TatiFrance
The Ladies Man (1961)Jerry LewisUnited States
Safety Last! (1923)Fred C. Newmeyer, Sam TaylorUnited States
Siméon (1992)Euzhan PalcyFrance, Guadeloupe, Martinique
That Man from Rio (1963)L'homme De RioPhilippe De BrocaItaly, France

Parallel sections

International Critics' Week

The line-up for the International Critics’ Week was announced on 22 April at the section's website. The following films were selected:[35][36]

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

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
The DismantlingLe DémantèlementSébastien PiloteCanada
For Those in Peril (CdO)Paul WrightUnited Kingdom
The Lunchbox (CdO)DabbaRitesh BatraIndia, France, Germany
The MajorМайор' Yuri BykovRussia
Nos héros sont morts ce soir (CdO)David PerraultFrance
The Owners (CdO)Los DueñosAgustín Toscano, Ezequiel RaduskyArgentina
Salvo (CdO)Fabio Grassadonia, Antonio PiazzaItaly, France
SuzanneKatell QuillévéréFrance
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[25]

Short films - The winner of the Canal+ Award has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Agit PopNicolas PariserFrance
Breathe MeEun-young HanSouth Korea
Come and Play(Komm und spiel)Daria BelovaGermany
La Lampe au beurre de yakWei HuChina, France
OcéanEmmanuel LaborieFrance
The OpportunistDavid LassiterUnited States
PátioAli MuritibaBrazil
PleasureNinja ThybergSweden
Tau SeruRodd RathjenIndia, Australia
VikingarMagali MagistryFrance, Iceland

Special Screenings

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Ain't Them Bodies SaintsDavid LoweryUnited States
Encounters After Midnight (CdO)Les rencontres d'après minuitYann GonzalezFrance
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[25]

Directors' Fortnight

The line-up for the Directors' Fortnight was announced at a press conference on 23 April with the following films being selected.[37][38]

Feature films - The winner of the Art Cinema Award (and the Prix SACD) has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Les ApachesThierry de PerettiFrance
Até Ver a LuzBasil da CunhaSwitzerland
Blue RuinJeremy SaulnierUnited States
The CongressAri FolmanIsrael, Germany, Poland
The Dance of RealityLa danza de la realidadAlejandro JodorowskyFrance
L'Escale (CdO)Kaveh BakhtiariSwitzerland, France
La Fille du 14 Juillet (CdO)Antonin PeretjakoFrance
HenriYolande MoreauFrance
Ilo Ilo (CdO)Anthony ChenSingapore
Jodorowsky's DuneFrank PavichUnited States, France
The Last Days on Mars (CdO)Ruairí RobinsonUnited Kingdom
Magic MagicSebastian SilvaUnited States
Me, Myself and Mum (CdO)Les garçons et Guillaume, à table!Guillaume GallienneFrance
On the JobErik MattiPhilippines
The Selfish GiantClio BarnardUnited Kingdom
A Strange Course of EventsRaphaël NadjariIsrael, France
The Summer of Flying FishEl verano de los peces voladoresMarcela SaidFrance, Chile
Tip TopSerge BozonFrance
UglyAnurag KashyapIndia
Un VoyageurMarcel OphülsFrance
We Are What We AreJim MickleUnited States
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[25]

Short films

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
A Wild Goose ChaseGambozinosJoão NicolauPortugal, France
Lágy esőDénes NagyHungary, Belgium
Le quepa sur la vilni!Yann Le QuellecFrance, Belgium
You Can't Do Everything at Once, But You Can Leave Everything at OnceMan kann nicht alles auf einmal tun, aber man kann alles auf einmal lassenMarie-Elsa SgualdoSwitzerland
Shadow of a CloudO umbra de norRadu JudeRomania
About a MonthPouco mais de um mêsAndré Novais OliveiraBrazil
Que je tombe tout le temps?Eduardo WilliamsFrance
SolecitoOscar Ruiz NaviaColombia, France, Denmark
SwimmerLynne RamsayU.K.

Awards

Official awards

The French film Blue Is the Warmest Colour, directed by Abdellatif Kechiche, won the Palme d'Or.[39] In a first for the competition, the jury decided to award the Palme d'Or to Kechiche and the actresses who star in the film: Adèle Exarchopoulos and Léa Seydoux.[40] Blue Is the Warmest Colour is a coming-of-age film that tells the story of a lesbian relationship between a 15-year-old girl and an older woman.[41] It has shocked some critics with its graphic and controversial sex scenes.[41][42] A reporter for the Radio France Internationale stated that Kechiche paid tribute to the "Tunisian revolution" and "the right to love freely" during his acceptance speech.[43] The president of the jury, Steven Spielberg, said "The film is a great love story … We were absolutely spellbound by the two brilliant young actresses, and the way the director observed his young players."[42] The Grand Prix was won by the Coen brothers's Inside Llewyn Davis, while Bruce Dern and Bérénice Bejo were awarded Best Actor and Best Actress respectively.[40]

The following films and people received the 2013 Official Selection awards:[44][1]

In Competition

Un Certain Regard

Golden Camera

Cinéfondation

  • 1st Prize: Needle by Anahita Ghazvinizadeh
  • 2nd Prize: Waiting for the Thaw (En attendant le dégel) by Sarah Hirtt
  • 3rd Prize: In the Fishbowl (În acvariu) by Tudor Cristian Jurgiu

Short Films

  • Short Film Palme d'Or: Safe by Moon Byoung-gon
  • Special Distinction Ex-aequo:
    • Hvalfjordur (Whale Valley) by Gudmundur Arnar Gudmundsson
    • 37°4 S by Adriano Valerio

Independent awards

FIPRESCI Prizes[46]

Vulcan Award of the Technical Artist[48]

Ecumenical Jury[49][48]

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

  • Nespresso Grand Prize: Salvo by Fabio Grassadonia and Antonio Piazza
  • France 4 Visionary Award: Salvo by Fabio Grassadonia and Antonio Piazza
  • Special Mention: Los Dueños by Agustín Toscano and Ezequiel Radusky
  • Discovery Award for short film: Come and Play by Daria Belova
  • Canal+ Short Film Award: Pleasure by Ninja Thyberg

Awards in the frame of Directors' Fortnight[51]

Association Prix François Chalais[52]

Queer Palm Jury[53]

Palm Dog Jury[54]

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