2014 Cannes Film Festival

The 67th Cannes Film Festival was held from 14 to 25 May 2014.[1] New Zealand film director Jane Campion was the head of the jury for the main competition section.[2] The Palme d'Or was awarded to the Turkish film Winter Sleep directed by Nuri Bilge Ceylan.[3][4]

2014 Cannes Film Festival
Official poster of the 67th Cannes Film Festival featuring a photo of Marcello Mastroianni from Federico Fellini's 1963 film
Opening filmGrace of Monaco
Closing filmA Fistful of Dollars
LocationCannes, France
AwardsPalme d'Or (Winter Sleep)
Hosted byLambert Wilson
No. of films18 (In Competition)
20 (Un Certain Regard)
9 (Short Film)
Festival date14 – 25 May 2014

The festival opened with the long delayed Grace of Monaco, directed by Olivier Dahan and starring Nicole Kidman as Grace Kelly, which played out of competition.[5][6] The restored 4K version of Sergio Leone's 1964 western A Fistful of Dollars, served as the closing night film.[7] Due to European Parliament elections which took place on 25 May 2014, the winner of the Palme d'Or was announced on 24 May, and the winning film in the Un Certain Regard section announced on 23 May.[8] The festival poster featured Italian actor Marcello Mastroianni from Federico Fellini's 1963 film , which was presented in the 1963 Cannes Film Festival's Official Selection, within the Out of Competition section.[9]

The Official Selection of films for the 2014 festival, including the line-up for the Main Competition, was announced on 17 April 2014.[10] French actor Lambert Wilson hosted the opening and closing ceremonies.[11][12]


Main competition

The full jury for the Main Competition was announced on 28 April 2014:[13]

Un Certain Regard

The full jury for the Un Certain Regard section was announced on 11 May 2014:[16]

Caméra d'or

  • Nicole Garcia, French actress and director, Jury President[18]
  • Richard Anconina, French actor
  • Gilles Gaillard, French technician
  • Sophie Grassin, French journalist and film critic
  • Héléna Klotz, French film director
  • Lisa Nesselson, American journalist and film critic
  • Philippe Van Leeuw, Belgian film director

Cinéfondation and short films

Independent juries

Nespresso Grand Prize[21] (International Critics' Week)

  • Andrea Arnold, English film director, Jury President[22]
  • Daniela Michele, Mexican film journalist and founding director of the Morelia International Film Festival
  • Fernando Ganzo, Spanish film journalist
  • Jordan Mintzer, American film critic
  • Jonathan Romney, English film critic

Sony CineAlta Discovery Award for Short Film (International Critics' Week)

France 4 Visionary Award (International Critics' Week)

  • Rebecca Zlotowski, French film director, Jury President
  • Louise Riousse, French film critic
  • Sergio Huidobro, Mexican film critic
  • Andrei Rus, Romanian film critic
  • Guido Segal, Argentine film critic

Queer Palm section

Official selection

In competition

The films announced to compete for the Palme d'Or were named at the Cannes press conference on 17 April 2014.[25][26][27] The Palme d'Or winner has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
The CaptiveAtom EgoyanCanada
Clouds of Sils MariaSils MariaOlivier AssayasGermany, France, Switzerland
FoxcatcherBennett MillerUnited States
Goodbye to LanguageAdieu au langageJean-Luc GodardFrance, Switzerland
The HomesmanTommy Lee JonesUnited States
Jimmy's HallKen LoachUnited Kingdom, Ireland, France
LeviathanЛевиафанAndrey ZvyagintsevRussia
Maps to the StarsDavid CronenbergCanada, United States
MommyXavier DolanCanada
Mr. TurnerMike LeighUnited Kingdom
Saint LaurentBertrand BonelloFrance
The SearchMichel HazanaviciusFrance
Still the Water2つ目の窓 / Futatsume no madoNaomi KawaseJapan
TimbuktuAbderrahmane SissakoFrance, Mauritania
Two Days, One NightDeux jours, une nuit Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc DardenneBelgium, Italy, France
Wild TalesRelatos salvajesDamián SzifrónArgentina, Spain
Winter SleepKış UykusuNuri Bilge CeylanTurkey, Germany, France
The WondersLe meraviglieAlice RohrwacherItaly, Switzerland, Germany

Un Certain Regard

Party Girl, directed by Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger and Samuel Theis, was selected as the opening film in the Un Certain Regard section.[28][29][30][31] The Un Certain Regard Prize winner has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Mad LoveAmour FouJessica HausnerAustria, Luxembourg, Germany
Bird PeoplePascale FerranFrance
The Blue RoomLa chambre bleueMathieu AmalricFrance
Charlie's CountryRolf de HeerAustralia
Beautiful YouthHermosa juventudJaime RosalesSpain, France
The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby (CdO)Ned BensonUnited States
Fantasia幻想曲 / FantasiaWang ChaoChina, France
Force MajeureTuristRuben ÖstlundSweden
A Girl at My Door (CdO)도희야 / Dohee-yaJuly JungSouth Korea
JaujaLisandro AlonsoDenmark, United States, Argentina
Lost River (CdO)Ryan GoslingUnited States
MisunderstoodIncompresaAsia ArgentoItaly, France
Party Girl (CdO)Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger, Samuel TheisFrance
Run (CdO)Philippe LacôteFrance, Ivory Coast
The Salt of the EarthWim Wenders and Juliano Ribeiro SalgadoFrance, Italy, Brazil
Snow in Paradise (CdO)Andrew HulmeUnited Kingdom
That Lovely GirlLoin de mon pèreKeren YedayaIsrael, France
Titli (CdO)Kanu BehlIndia
White GodFehér istenKornél MundruczóHungary, Germany, Sweden
XeniaΞενίαPanos H. KoutrasGreece, France, Belgium
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[32]

Out of competition

The following films were screened out of competition:[25]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Coming Home歸來 / Gui laiZhang YimouChina
How to Train Your Dragon 2Dean DeBloisUnited States
Grace of Monaco (opening film)Olivier DahanUnited States, France
In the Name of My DaughterL'homme qu'on aimait tropAndré TéchinéFrance
Midnight Screenings
The RoverDavid MichôdAustralia
The SalvationKristian LevringDenmark
The Target표적 / Pyo JeokChang (Yoon Hong-seung)South Korea

Special screenings

The following films were presented in the Special screenings section:[25]

English title Original title Director(s) Prod. country
The ArdorEl ArdorPablo FendrikArgentina, Brazil, France, United States
Bridges of SarajevoLes Ponts de SarajevoAida Begić, Isild Le Besco, Leonardo di Constanzo, Pedro Costa, Jean-Luc Godard, Kamen Kalev, Sergei Loznitsa, Vincenzo Marra, Ursula Meier, Vladimir Perišić, Cristi Puiu, Marc Recha & Angela SchanelecBulgaria, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Bosnia and Herzegovina, France
Cartoonists - Foot Soldiers of DemocracyCaricaturistes - Fantassins de la démocratieStéphanie ValloattoFrance
GeronimoGéronimoTony GatlifFrance
MaidanМайданSergei LoznitsaUkraine
Of Men and WarDes hommes et de la guerreLaurent Bécue-RenardFrance, Switzerland
The OwnersAdilkhan YerzhanovKazakhstan
Red ArmyGabe PolskyUnited States
Silvered Water, Syria Self-Portraitماء الفضة / Eau argentée, Syrie autoportraitOssama MohammedSyria
70th anniversary celebration of Le Monde newspaper
People of the WorldLes Gens du MondeYves JeulandFrance


The Cinéfondation section focuses on films made by students at film schools. The following 16 entries (14 fiction films and 2 animation films) were selected, out of more than 1,631 submissions from 320 different schools. Half of the films selected have been directed by women.[33][34] The winner of the Cinéfondation First Prize has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) School
The Aftermath of the Inauguration
of the Public Toilet at Kilometer 375
ما حدث بعد وضع حجز الأساس لمشروع الحمام بالكيلو 375Omar El ZohairyHigh Cinema Institute, Academy of Arts, Egypt
The Bigger PictureDaisy JacobsNational Film and Television School, UK
BreathSoomHyun Ju KwonChung-Ang University, South Korea
Home Sweet HomePierre Clenet,
Alejandro Diaz,
Romain Mazevet &
Stéphane Paccolat
Supinfocom Arles, France
Last Trip HomeHan FengYuNgee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore
Moonless SummerLeto bez mesecaStefan IvančićFaculty of Dramatic Arts, Serbia
NiagaraChie HayakawaENBU Seminar, Japan
Oh Lucy!Atsuko HirayanagiNYU Tisch School of the Arts Asia, Singapore
Our BloodMax ChanHampshire College, USA
ProvinciaGyörgy Mór KárpátiUniversity of Theatre and Film Arts, Hungary
A Radiant LifeUne vie radieuseMeryll HardtLe Fresnoy, France
SkunkAnnie SilversteinUniversity of Texas at Austin, USA
SourdoughLievito madreFulvio RisuleoCentro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, Italy
Stone CarsReinaldo Marcus GreenNYU Tisch School of the Arts, USA
ThunderbirdsLes Oiseaux-TonnerreLéa MysiusLa Fémis, France
The VisitInbar HoreshMinshar for Art, School and Center, Israel

Short films

Out of 3,450 submissions, the following films were selected to compete for the Short Film Palme d'Or. Italian film A passo d'uomo by Giovanni Aloi was removed from the selection because Aloi broke the regulations for the selection.[33][34][35] The Short film Palme d'Or winner has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
The Administration of GloryRan HuangChina
AïssaClement Tréhin-LalanneFrance
Les corps étrangersLaura WandelBelgium
The ExecutionA kivégzésPetra SzőcsHungary, Romania
Happo-enMasahiko Sato, Takayoshi Ohara,
Yutaro Seki, Masayuki Toyota,
& Kentaro Hirase
Invisible SpacesUkhilavi SivrtseebiDea KulumbegashviliGeorgia
The Last OneSonuncuSergey PikalovAzerbaijan
LeidiSimón Mesa SotoColombia, United Kingdom
Yes We LoveJa, vi elskerHallvar WitzøNorway

Cannes Classics

The line-up for the Cannes Classics section was announced on 4 April 2014.[36] Italian actress Sophia Loren was announced as the guest of honour.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Human Voice (short)Voce umanaEdoardo PontiItaly, United States
Documentaries about Cinema[38]
Life ItselfSteve JamesUnited States
The Go-Go Boys: The Inside Story of Cannon FilmsHilla MedaliaIsrael
Restored prints[39]
English title Original title Director(s) Production country
(1963)Federico FelliniItaly, France
Blind Chance (1987)PrzypadekKrzysztof KieślowskiPoland
Blue Mountains, or Unbelievable Story (1983)Tsisperi mtebi anu daujerebeli ambaviEldar ShengelaiaGeorgia, USSR
La Chienne (1931)Jean RenoirFrance
The Color of Pomegranates (1969)Sayat NovaSergei ParajanovSoviet Union
Cruel Story of Youth (1960)青春残酷物語 / Seishun zankoku monogatariNagisa OshimaJapan
Daybreak (1939)Le jour se lèveMarcel CarnéFrance
Dragon Inn (1967)龍門客棧 / Long men kezhanKing HuTaiwan
Fear (1954)La PauraRoberto RosselliniItaly, West Germany
A Fistful of Dollars (1964) (closing film)Per un pugno di dollariSergio LeoneItaly, Spain, W. Germany
How Yukong Moved the Mountains (1976)Regards sur une revolution: Comment Yukong déplaça les montagnesJoris Ivens and Marceline LoridanFrance
Jamaica Inn (1939)Alfred HitchcockUnited Kingdom
The Last Metro (1980)Le dernier métroFrançois TruffautFrance
Léolo (1992)Jean-Claude LauzonFrance, Canada
Lost Horizon (1937)Frank CapraUnited States
Marriage Italian Style (1964)Matrimonio all'italianaVittorio De SicaItaly, France
A Matter of Resistance (1966)La vie de châteauJean-Paul RappeneauFrance
Overlord (1975)Stuart CooperUnited Kingdom
Paris, Texas (1984)Wim WendersW. Germany, France, U.K., USA
Tokyo Olympiad (1965)東京オリンピック / Tōkyō OrinpikkuKon IchikawaJapan
Violins at the Ball (1974)Les violons du balMichel DrachFrance
Wooden Crosses (1932)Les croix de boisRaymond BernardFrance

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.[40]

Evening English title Original title Director(s) Country
Thursday 15 (1963)Otto e mezzoFederico FelliniItaly, France
Friday 16For a Few Dollars More (1965)Per qualche dollaro in piùSergio LeoneItaly, Spain
Saturday 17The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (1966)Il buono, il brutto, il cattivoSergio LeoneItaly, W.Germany, Spain, USA
Sunday 18United Passions (2014)Frédéric AuburtinFrance
Monday 19Seconds (1966)John FrankenheimerUnited States
Tuesday 20The Warriors (1979)Walter HillUnited States
Wednesday 21Delusions of Grandeur (1971)La folie des grandeursGérard OuryFrance
Thursday 22Polyester (1981)John WatersUnited States
Friday 23Pulp Fiction (1994)Quentin TarantinoUnited States
Saturday 24Purple Rain (1984)Albert MagnoliUnited States

Parallel sections

International Critics' Week

The line-up for the International Critics' Week (Semaine de la Critique) was announced on 21 April at the section's website.[41] FLA, directed by Djinn Carrénard, and Hippocrate, directed by Thomas Lilti, were selected as the opening and closing films of the Semaine de la Critique section.[42]

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

English title Original title Director(s) Prod. country
Darker Than Midnight (CdO)Più buio di mezzanotteSebastiano RisoItaly
Gente de bien (CdO)Franco LolliColombia
HopeBoris LojkineFrance
It FollowsDavid Robert MitchellUnited States
Self MadeBoregShira GeffenIsrael
The Tribe (CdO)PlemyaMyroslav SlaboshpytskiyUkraine, Netherlands
When Animals Dream (CdO)Når dyrene drømmerJonas Alexander AmbyDenmark
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[32]

Shorts selection

English title Original title Director(s) Prod. country
Back AlleyLa Contre-alléeCécile DucrocqFrance
A Blue RoomUn chambre bleue, Niebieski pokójTomasz SiwinskiFrance, Poland
The ChickenUna GunjakGermany, Croatia
CrocodileGäelle DenisUnited Kingdom
Les Fleuves m'ont Laissée Descendre où je VoulaisLaurie de LassaleFrance
Goodnight CinderellaBoa Noite CinderelaCarlos ConceiçãoPortugal
Little Brother Petit frèreRémi St-MichelCanada
SafariGerardo HerreroSpain
True Love StoryGitanjali RaoIndia
Young Lions of GypsyA CiambraJonas CarpignanoItaly, France

Special Screenings

English title Original title Director(s) Prod. country
BreatheRespireMélanie LaurentFrance
FLAFaire: L'amourDjinn CarrénardFrance
HippocrateThomas LiltiFrance
The Kindergarten TeacherHaganenetNadav LapidIsrael

Directors' Fortnight

The line-up for the Directors' Fortnight was announced on 22 April.[43][44] Girlhood, directed by Céline Sciamma, and Pride, directed by Matthew Warchus, were selected as the opening and closing films of the Directors' Fortnight section.[45]

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

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
AlleluiaFabrice Du WelzBelgium, France
Catch Me Daddy (CdO)Daniel WolfeUnited Kingdom
Cold in JulyJim MickleUnited States
Eat Your BonesMange tes mortsJean-Charles HueFrance
Gett: The Trial of Viviane AmsalemGett: Le procès de Viviane AmsalemRonit Elkabetz, Shlomi ElkabetzIsrael, France, Germany
GirlhoodBande de fillesCéline SciammaFrance
A Hard Day끝까지 간다 / Moo-Deom-Kka-Ji Gan-DaKim Seong-hunSouth Korea
Love at First Fight (CdO)Les combattantsThomas CailleyFrance
National GalleryFrederick WisemanUnited States, France
Next to Her (CdO)At Li LaylaAsaf KormanIsrael
PrideMatthew WarchusUnited Kingdom
Queen and CountryJohn BoormanUnited Kingdom, Ireland
RefugiadoDiego LermanArgentina, France, Germany
The Tale of the Princess Kaguyaかぐや姫の物語 / Kaguya-hime no MonogatariIsao TakahataJapan
These Final Hours (CdO)Zak HilditchAustralia
WhiplashDamien ChazelleUnited States
You're Sleeping, NicoleTu dors NicoleStéphane LafleurCanada
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.[32]

Special screenings

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Li'l QuinquinBruno DumontFrance
The Texas Chain Saw MassacreTobe HooperUnited States

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

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
8 BulletsFrank TernierFrance
Cambodia 2099Davy ChouFrance
FragmentsFragmentyAga WoszczyńskaPoland
Guy MoquetGuy MôquetDemis HerengerFrance
HeartlessSem CoraçãoNara Normande, TiãoBrazil
In AugustEn aoûtJenna HassSwitzerland
It Can Pass Through the WallTrece şi prin pereteRadu JudeRomania
JutraMarie-Josée Saint-PierreCanada
Man on the ChairDahee JeongSouth Korea
The Revolution HunterA Caça RevoluçõesMargarida RegoPortugal
TornElmar Imanov, Engin KundagAzerbaijan


Winter Sleep became the first Turkish film to win the Palme d'Or since Yol won in 1982. Director Nuri Bilge Ceylan called the win "a great surprise for me" and dedicated the win to the youth of Turkey as the country undergoes political turmoil and to the victims of the Soma mine disaster. Prior to the start of Cannes, Winter Sleep was considered the favorite to win the Palme d'Or, but when it was shown it met with mixed critical reaction.[46] Some found it to be too long (at 3 hours 16 minutes, it was the longest film at the festival) and difficult to finish, while others called it a great revelation. The jury, however, loved the film.[46][47] Jury president Jane Campion said "If I had the guts to be as honest about his characters as this director is, I'd be very proud of myself."[46]

Winter Sleep is the story of Mr. Aydin (played by Haluk Bilginer), a former actor who now runs mountaintop hotel, and his failing marriage. Aydin sees himself as the region's kind ruler, intervening in the business of the towns people below the mountain. In reality, almost everyone, including his wife, dislikes Aydin. He has a pompous column in the local newspaper and is writing a book on history of the Turkish theatre. When the slow season approaches the guests depart, the fighting between Aydin, his wife, his sister who lives with him, and the village people begins. Conversations dominate the film as the inner workings of the characters are slowly revealed.[47]

The runner-up Grand Prix award went to the rite-of-passage drama The Wonders. Julianne Moore won the best actress prize or her portrayal of a demented Hollywood diva in Maps to the Stars. Timothy Spall took the best actor prize for his portrayal of a marine painter in Mr. Turner. Bennett Miller was named as best director for his work on Foxcatcher. The Jury Prize was split between the drama Mommy and the drama Goodbye to Language.[46]

Official awards

In Competition[4]

Un Certain Regard[48]

Golden Camera


  • 1st Prize: Skunk by Annie Silverstein
  • Second Prize: Oh Lucy! by Atsuko Hirayanagi
  • Third Prize: Sourdough by Fulvio Risuleo and The Bigger Picture by Daisy Jacobs

Short Films[50]

Independent awards

FIPRESCI Prize[51]

Vulcan Award of the Technical Artist[52]

Ecumenical Jury[53][54]

Awards in the frame of International Critics' Week[55]

Awards in the frame of Directors' Fortnight[56]

Queer Palm Jury[57]

Palm Dog Jury[58]

Association Prix François Chalais[59][60]

Cannes Soundtrack Award[61]


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