2016 Cannes Film Festival

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]

2016 Cannes Film Festival
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 filmCafé Society[2]
Closing filmI, Daniel Blake[3]
LocationCannes, France
Founded1946
AwardsPalme d'Or (I, Daniel Blake)
Hosted byLaurent Lafitte
No. of films21 (In Competition)
18 (Un Certain Regard)
10 (Short Film)
Festival date11–22 May 2016
Websitefestival-cannes.com/en

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

Main competition

Un Certain Regard

Caméra d'or

  • 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

Independent juries

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

In competition

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 HoneyAndrea ArnoldU.K., United States
Aquarius (QP)Kleber Mendonça FilhoBrazil
EllePaul VerhoevenFrance, Germany, Belgium
From the Land of the MoonMal de pierresNicole GarciaFrance
GraduationBacalaureatCristian MungiuRomania, France
The Handmaiden (QP)아가씨 / AgasshiPark Chan-wookSouth Korea
I, Daniel BlakeKen LoachU.K., France
It's Only the End of the World (QP)Juste la fin du mondeXavier DolanCanada, France
JulietaPedro AlmodóvarSpain
The Last FaceSean PennUnited States
LovingJeff NicholsUnited States, U.K.
Ma' RosaBrillante MendozaPhilippines
The Neon Demon (QP)Nicolas Winding RefnUnited States
PatersonJim JarmuschUnited States
Personal ShopperOlivier AssayasFrance
The Salesmanفروشنده / ForushandeAsghar FarhadiIran, France
SieranevadaCristi PuiuRomania, France, Croatia,
Bosnia and Herzegovina,
Republic of Macedonia
Slack BayMa LouteBruno DumontFrance, Germany
Staying Vertical (QP)Rester VerticalAlain GuiraudieFrance
Toni ErdmannMaren AdeGermany, Austria
The Unknown GirlLa Fille inconnueJean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc DardenneBelgium
(QP) indicates film eligible for the Queer Palm.[22]

Un Certain Regard

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 FukakuHirokazu KoreedaJapan
ApprenticeBoo JunfengSingapore, France, Germany
Beyond the Mountains and Hillsמעבר להרים ולגבעות
Me'Ever Laharim Vehagvaot
Eran KolirinIsrael
Captain FantasticMatt RossUnited States
Clash (opening film)اشتباك / EshtebakMohamed DiabEgypt, France, Germany, UAE
The Dancer (CdO) (QP)La DanseuseStéphanie Di GiustoFrance
Dogs (CdO)CâiniBogdan MiricăRomania, Bulgaria
The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki (CdO)Hymyilevä MiesJuho KuosmanenFinland
Harmonium淵に立つ / Fuchi ni TatsuKōji FukadaJapan
Hell or High WaterDavid MackenzieUnited States
Inversionوارونگی / VaroonegiBehnam BehzadiIran
The Long Night of Francisco Sanctis (CdO)La larga noche de Francisco SanctisFrancisco Márquez, Andrea TestaArgentina
PericlePericle il NeroStefano MordiniItaly
Personal Affairs (CdO)أمور شخصية / Omor ShakhsiyaMaha HajIsrael
The Red Turtle (CdO)La Tortue rougeMichael Dudok de WitFrance, Japan
The StopoverVoir du paysDelphine Coulin, Muriel CoulinFrance
The Student(М)Ученик / (M)UchenikKirill SerebrennikovRussia
The Transfiguration (CdO)Michael O'SheaUnited 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

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

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
The BFGSteven SpielbergUSA, U.K., Canada
Café Society (opening film)Woody AllenUnited States
Money MonsterJodie FosterUnited States
The Nice GuysShane BlackUnited States
The Wailing곡성 / GokseongNa Hong-jinSouth Korea
Midnight Screenings
Blood FatherJean-François RichetFrance
Gimme Danger (ŒdO)Jim JarmuschUnited States
Train to Busan부산행 / Bu-san-haengYeon Sang-hoSouth Korea
(ŒdO) indicates film eligible for the Œil d'or as documentary.[22]

Special screenings

English title Original title Director(s) Prod. country
Le Cancre (QP)Paul VecchialiFrance
Choufشوف / ChoufKarim DridiFrance, Tunisia
The Death of Louis XIVLa Mort de Louis XIVAlbert SerraFrance, Portugal, Spain
Exile (ŒdO)Rithy PanhCambodia
Fool MoonLa Forêt de QuinconcesGrégoire Leprince-RinguetFrance
Hands of Stone[23]Jonathan JakubowiczUnited States, Panama
Hissein Habré, A Chadian Tragedy (ŒdO)Hissein Habré, une tragédie tchadienneMahamat-Saleh HarounChad
The Last Resort (ŒdO)L'ultima spiaggiaThanos Anastopoulous, Davide Del DeganItaly
Peshmerga[24]Bernard-Henri LévyFrance
Wrong Elements (ŒdO)Jonathan LittellFrance, Belgium
(ŒdO) film eligible for the Œil d'or as documentary. - (QP) film eligible for the Queer Palm.[22]

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 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 KilogramPark Young-JuK-ARTS, South Korea
The Alan DimensionJac ClinchNFTS, UK
All Rivers Run to the SeaToate fluviile curg în mareAlexandru BadeaUNATC, Romania
AnnaOr SinaiSam Spiegel Film and Television School, Israel
AramFereshteh ParnianLumière University Lyon 2, France
BusinessMalena VainUniversidad del Cine, Argentina
FineDobroMarta Hernaiz Pidalfilm.factory, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Gabber LoverAnna Cazenave CambetLa Fémis, France
The Guilt, ProbablyLa culpa probablementeMichael LabarcaUniversidad de los Andes, Venezuela
In the HillsHamid AhmadiLondon Film School, UK
NestGudhSaurav RaiSatyajit Ray Film and Television Institute, India
The Noise of LickingA nyalintás neszeNadja AndrasevMOME, Hungary
The Reasons in the WorldLas razones del mundoErnesto Martínez BucioCCC, Mexico
The Sleeping SaintLa santa che dormeLaura SamaniCentro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, Italy
SomewhereAilleursMélody BoulissièreE.N.S.A.D., France
SubmarineMounia AklColumbia University School of the Arts, USA
TrashPoubelleAlexandre GilmetINSAS, Belgium
Whatever The WeatherBei Wind und WetterRemo ScherrerHochschule Luzern - Design & Kunst, Switzerland

Short films

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 World4:15 PM Sfarsitul LumiiCatalin Rotaru, Gabi Virginia SargaRomania
Après SuzanneFélix MoatiFrance
DreamlandsSarah DunlopUnited Kingdom
Fight on a Swedish BeachSimon VahlneSweden
The Girl Who Danced with the DevilA moça que dançou com o diaboJoão Paulo Miranda MariaBrazil
ImagoRaymond GutierrezPhilippines
Law of the Lambصوف على الظهر / Souf alla al-dhahr (La Laine sur le dos)Lotfi AchourTunisia, France
MotherMadreSimón Mesa SotoColombia
The SilenceIl SilenzioFarnoosh Samadi Frooshani, Ali AsgariItaly
TimecodeJuanjo GiménezSpain

Cannes Classics

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 & signoriPietro GermiItaly, France
A Man and a Woman (1966)Un homme et une femmeClaude LelouchFrance
A crossed tribute to Raymond Depardon and Frederick Wiseman[28]
News Items (1983)Faits diversRaymond DepardonFrance
Hospital (1970)Frederick WisemanUnited 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 saisonsGeorges RouquierFrance
Special screenings[30]
Planet of the Vampires (1965)Terrore nello spazioMario BavaItaly, Spain, United States
Time to Die (1966)Tiempo de morirArturo RipsteinMexico
Restored prints[31]
English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Adieu Bonaparte (1985)وداعاً بونابرت / Weda'an BonaparteYoussef ChahineEgypt, France
The Day Shall Dawn (1959)Jago hua saveraAaejay KardarPakistan
Decalogue V and Decalogue VI (1990)Dekalog, pięć and Dekalog, sześćKrzysztof KieślowskiPoland
Howards End (1992)James IvoryU.K., Japan, USA
Indochine (1992)Régis WargnierFrance
Lady Killer (1937)Gueule d'amourJean GrémillonFrance, Germany
The Last Chance (1945)Die letzte ChanceLeopold LindtbergSwitzerland
Love (1971)SzerelemKároly MakkHungary
Masculin Féminin (1966)Masculin féminin: 15 faits précisJean-Luc GodardFrance, Sweden
Memories of Underdevelopment (1968)Memorias del subdesarrolloTomás Gutiérrez AleaCuba
Momotaro, Sacred Sailors (1945)桃太郎 海の神兵 / Momotarō: Umi no ShinpeiMitsuyo SeoJapan
One-Eyed Jacks (1961)Marlon BrandoUnited States
Pepper Candy aka Sweet and Sour (1963)Dragées au poivreJacques BaratierFrance, Italy
The Pit and the Pendulum (1961)Roger CormanUnited States
Rendezvous in July (1949)Rendez-vous de juilletJacques BeckerFrance
Santi-Vina (1954)Thavi Na BangchangThailand
Solaris (1972)Солярис / SolyarisAndrei TarkovskySoviet Union
Sorcerer (1977)William FriedkinUnited States
Ugetsu (1953)雨月物語 / Ugetsu monogatariKenji MizoguchiJapan
Valley of Peace (1956)Dolina miruFrance ŠtiglicYugoslavia
Valmont (1989)Miloš FormanFrance, United States
Voyage to the End of the Universe (1963)Ikarie XB-1Jindřich PolákCzechoslovakia
Documentaries about Cinema[32]
English title Original title Director(s) Production country
The Cinema Travelers (CdO) (ŒdO)Shirley Abraham, Amit MadheshiyaIndia
The Family Whistle (CdO) (ŒdO)Michele RussoItaly, United States
Cinema Novo (ŒdO)Eryk RochaBrazil
Midnight Return: The Story of Billy Hayes and Turkey (CdO) (ŒdO)Sally SussmanUSA, U.K., Portugal, Turkey
Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds (ŒdO)Alexis Bloom, Fisher StevensUnited States
Gentleman Rissient (ŒdO)Benoît Jacquot, Pascal Mérigeau, Guy SeligmannFrance
Close Encounters with Vilmos Zsigmond (CdO) (ŒdO)Pierre FilmonFrance
Women Who Run Hollywood (ŒdO)Et la femme créa HollywoodClara Kuperberg, Julia KuperbergFrance
Bernadette Lafont, and God Created the Free Woman (ŒdO)Bernadette Lafont et Dieu créa la femme libreEsther HoffenbergFrance
World Premiere Preview[33]
Journey Through French Cinema[34]Voyage à travers le cinéma françaisBertrand TavernierFrance
(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

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 12Purple Rain (1984)Albert MagnoliUnited States
Friday 13King of Hearts (1966)Le Roi de coeurPhilippe de BrocaFrance
Saturday 14Coup de tête (1979)Jean-Jacques AnnaudFrance
Monday 16The Endless Summer (1966)Bruce BrownUnited States
Tuesday 17The Great Dictator (1940)Charlie ChaplinUnited States
Wednesday 18Sorcerer (1977)William FriedkinUnited States
Thursday 19The Easy Life (1962)Il sorpassoDino RisiItaly
Friday 20Kiss Me Deadly (1955)Robert AldrichUnited States
Saturday 21We All Loved Each Other So Much (1974)C'eravamo tanto amatiEttore ScolaItaly

Parallel sections

International Critics' Week

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)AlbümMehmet Can MertoğluTurkey, France, Romania
Diamond IslandDavy ChouCambodia, France
MimosasLas MimosasOliver LaxeSpain, France, Morocco, Qatar
One Week and a Day (CdO)שבוע ויום / Shavua ve yomAsaph PolonskyIsrael
Raw (CdO) (QP)GraveJulia DucournauFrance, Belgium
Tramontane (CdO)ربيع / Rabi'hVatche BoulghourjianLebanon, France
A Yellow Bird (CdO)K. RajagopalSingapore, 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 / ArnieRina B. TsouTaiwan, Philippines
AscensionAscensãoPedro PeraltaPortugal
Birth of a LeaderL'enfance d'un chefAntoine de BaryFrance
Campo de ViborasCristèle Alves MeiraPortugal
Delusion Is Redemption to Those in DistressO Delírio é A Redenção Dos AflitosFilipe FernandesBrazil
LimboKonstantina KotzamaniGreece
Oh What a Wonderful FeelingFrançois JarosCanada
PrenjakWregas BhanutejaIndonesia
SuperbiaLuca TóthHungary
The Virgin SoldierLe Soldat viergeErwan Le DucFrance

Special screenings

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Apnea (CdO) (QP)ApnéeJean-Christophe MeurisseFrance
En Moi (closing film)Laetitia CastaFrance
From the Diary of a Wedding Photographerמיומנו של צלם חתונות / Myomano shel tzalam hatonotNadav LapidIsrael
Happy Times Will Come SoonI tempi felici verranno prestoAlessandro ComodinItaly, France
In Bed with Victoria (opening film)VictoriaJustine TrietFrance
Kitty (closing film)Chloë SevignyUnited States
Los pasos del aguaCésar Augusto AcevedoColombia
Smile (closing film)Bonne figureSandrine KiberlainFrance
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature. - (QP) film eligible for the Queer Palm.[22]

Directors' Fortnight

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 LoveL'Economie du CoupleJoachim LafosseFrance, Belgium
The Together ProjectL'Effet aquatiqueSólveig AnspachFrance, Iceland
Divines (CdO) (QP)Uda BenyaminaFrance
Dog Eat Dog (closing film)Paul SchraderUnited States
Endless PoetryPoesía sin finAlejandro JodorowskyChile, Japan, France
Fiore (QP)Claudio GiovannesiItaly, France
Like CrazyLa pazza gioiaPaolo VirzìItaly, France
The Lives of Thérèse (ŒdO) (QP)Les Vies de ThérèseSébastien LifshitzFrance
Mean DreamsNathan MorlandoCanada
Mercenary (CdO)MercenaireSacha WolffFrance
My Life as a Zucchini (CdO)Ma vie de courgetteClaude BarrasSwitzerland, France
NerudaPablo LarraínChile, Argentina, France, Spain
Psycho RamanAnurag KashyapIndia
Risk (ŒdO)Laura PoitrasUnited States, Germany
Sweet Dreams (opening film)Fai bei sogniMarco BellocchioItaly, France
Tour de FranceRachid DjaïdaniFrance
Two Lovers and a BearKim NguyenCanada
Wolf and Sheep (CdO)گرگ و گوسفند / Gorg o goosfandShahrbanoo SadatDenmark, 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
AbigailIsabel Penoni, Valentina HomemBrazil
The BeastZvirMiroslav SikavicaCroatia
Chasse RoyaleRomane Gueret, Lise AkokaFrance
DecoradoAlberto VázquezSpain
Habat Shel HakalaTamar RudoyIsrael
Happy EndJan SaskaCzech Republic
HitchhikerJero Yun
ImportEna SendijarevicNetherlands
Kindil El Bahrقنديل البحر / Kindil El BahrDamien OunouriAlgeria
LéthéDea KulumbegashviliFrance, Georgia
Listening to BeethovenGarri BardineRussia

ACID

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 HandsLa Jeune Fille sans mainsSébastien LaudenbachFrance
IsolaFabianny DeschampsFrance
Madame B, histoire d'une nord-coréenneJero YunFrance, South Korea
Le ParcDamien ManivelFrance
Sac la mortEmmanuel ParraudFrance
SwaggerOlivier BabinetFrance
Tombé du cielWissam CharafFrance, Lebanon
Journey to GreenlandLe Voyage au GroenlandSébastien BetbederFrance
Willy 1er (QP)Ludovic Boukherma, Zoran Boukherma, Marielle Gautier, Hugo P. ThomasFrance
(QP) indicates film eligible for the Queer Palm.[22]

Awards

Official awards

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

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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