2017 Cannes Film Festival

The 70th Cannes Film Festival took place from 17 to 28 May 2017, in Cannes, France.[2] Spanish film director and screenwriter Pedro Almodóvar was the President of the Jury for the festival and Italian actress Monica Bellucci hosted the opening and closing ceremonies.[3][4] Ismael's Ghosts, directed by French director Arnaud Desplechin, was the opening film for the festival.[5][6]

2017 Cannes Film Festival
Official poster of the 70th Cannes Film Festival featuring a still of Italian actress Claudia Cardinale at a rooftop in Rome in 1959[1]
Opening filmIsmael's Ghosts
Closing filmThe Square
LocationCannes, France
Founded1946
AwardsPalme d'Or (The Square)
Hosted byMonica Bellucci
No. of films19 (In Competition)
18 (Un Certain Regard)
9 (Short films)
Festival date17–28 May 2017
Websitewww.festival-cannes.com/en/

The festival celebrated its 70th anniversary. In late March 2017, the official poster of the festival was revealed featuring Italian actress Claudia Cardinale.[1] The actress responded, "'I am honoured and proud to be flying the flag for the 70th Festival de Cannes, and delighted with this choice of photo. It's the image I myself have of the Festival, of an event that illuminates everything around … Happy anniversary!"[7]

The Palme d'Or was awarded to the Swedish film, The Square directed by Ruben Östlund, which also served as the closing night film of the festival.[8][9][10]

Juries

Main competition

Un Certain Regard

Caméra d'or

  • Sandrine Kiberlain, French actress, Jury President[12]
  • Patrick Blossier, French cinematographer
  • Elodie Bouchez, French actress
  • Guillaume Brac, French film director
  • Thibault Carterot, French president of M141 Productions
  • Fabien Gaffez, French film critic
  • Michel Merkt, Swiss film producer

Cinéfondation and short films

Independent juries

Nespresso Grand Prize (International Critics' Week)

  • Kleber Mendonça Filho, Brazilian film director, Jury President[13]
  • Diana Bustamante Escobar, Colombian film producer and artistic director of FICCI
  • Eric Kohn, American film critic
  • Hania Mroué, Lebanese director of Metropolis Cinema
  • Niels Schneider, French-Canadian actor

L'Œil d'or

  • Sandrine Bonnaire, French actress and film director, Jury President[14]
  • Lorenzo Codelli, Italian film critic
  • Dror Moreh, Israeli film director
  • Thom Powers, American programmer and festival director
  • Lucy Walker, British film director

Queer Palm

  • Travis Mathews, American film director, Jury President[15]
  • Yair Hochner, Israeli film director, founder and artistic director of TLVFest
  • Paz Lazaro, Spanish film programmer
  • Lidia Leber Terki, French film director
  • Didier Roth-Bettoni, French journalist and film historian

Official selection

In competition

The films competing in the main competition section for the Palme d'Or were announced at a press conference on 13 April 2017:[5][6] The Palme d'Or winner has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Amant DoubleL'Amant doubleFrançois OzonFrance
The BeguiledSofia CoppolaUnited States
BPM (Beats per Minute) (QP)120 battements par minuteRobin CampilloFrance
The Day After그 후 / Geu-huHong Sang-sooSouth Korea
A Gentle CreatureКроткая / KrotkayaSergei LoznitsaFrance, Ukraine, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Russia
Good TimeJoshua and Ben SafdieUnited States
Happy EndMichael HanekeFrance, Germany, Austria
In the FadeAus dem NichtsFatih AkinGermany
Jupiter's MoonJupiter holdjaKornél MundruczóHungary
The Killing of a Sacred DeerYorgos LanthimosIreland, United Kingdom, United States
LovelessНелюбовь / NelyubovAndrey ZvyagintsevRussia
The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)Noah BaumbachUnited States
Okja옥자 / OkjaBong Joon-hoSouth Korea, United States
Radiance光 / HikariNaomi KawaseJapan, France
RedoubtableLe RedoutableMichel HazanaviciusFrance
RodinJacques DoillonFrance, Belgium
The Square[16]Ruben ÖstlundSweden, Germany, France, Denmark
WonderstruckTodd HaynesUnited States
You Were Never Really HereLynne RamsayUnited Kingdom, United States, France
(QP) indicates film eligible for the Queer Palm.

Un Certain Regard

The films competing in the Un Certain Regard section were announced at a press conference on 13 April 2017. Barbara, directed by Mathieu Amalric, was announced as the opening film for the Un Certain Regard section.[5][6] The Un Certain Regard Prize winner has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
After the War (CdO)Après la guerreAnnarita ZambranoFrance
April's DaughterLas hijas de abrilMichel FrancoMexico
Barbara (opening film)Mathieu AmalricFrance
Beauty and the Dogsعلى كف عفريت / Aala kaf ifritKaouther Ben HaniaFrance, Tunisia, Sweden, Norway, Lebanon, Switzerland
Before We Vanish散歩する侵略者 / Sanpo suru shinryakushaKiyoshi KurosawaJapan
Closeness (CdO)Теснота / TesnotaKantemir BalagovRussia
The Desert Bride (CdO)La novia del desiertoCecilia Atán, Valeria PivatoArgentina, Chile
DirectionsПосоки / PosokiStephan KomandarevBulgaria, Germany, Republic of Macedonia
FortunataFortunataSergio CastellittoItaly
A Man of Integrityلِرد / LerdMohammad RasoulofIran
Montparnasse Bienvenue (CdO)Jeune FemmeLéonor SérrailleFrance, Belgium
Out (CdO)VychladnutieGyörgy KristófSlovakia, United States
The Summit[16]La cordilleraSantiago MitreArgentina, France, Spain
Until the Birds Return (CdO)En Attendant les hirondellesKarim MoussaouiFrance
Walking Past the Future[16]路過未來 / Lùguò wèiláiLi RuijunChina
WesternValeska GrisebachGermany, Austria, Bulgaria
Wind River (CdO)Taylor SheridanUnited States, United Kingdom, Canada
The WorkshopL'AtelierLaurent CantetFrance
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.

Out of competition

The following films were selected to be screened out of competition:[5][6]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Based on a True Story[16]D'après une histoire vraieRoman PolanskiFrance, Belgium
Blade of the Immortal無限の住人 / Mugen no jūninTakashi MiikeJapan
Faces Places (ŒdO)Visages VillagesAgnès Varda, JRFrance
How to Talk to Girls at Parties How to Talk to Girls at PartiesJohn Cameron MitchellUnited Kingdom, United States
Ismael's Ghosts (opening film)Les fantômes d'IsmaëlArnaud DesplechinFrance
Midnight Screenings
A Prayer Before DawnA Prayer Before DawnJean-Stéphane SauvaireFrance, United Kingdom
The Merciless불한당 / BulhandangByun Sung-hyunSouth Korea
The Villainess악녀 / AgnyeoJung Byung-gilSouth Korea
(ŒdO) indicates film eligible for the Œil d'or as documentary.

Special screenings

English title Original title Director(s) Prod. country
12 Days (ŒdO)12 JoursRaymond DepardonFrance
Claire's CameraLa caméra de ClaireHong Sang-sooSouth Korea, France
Demons in Paradise (CdO) (ŒdO)Jude RatnamFrance, Sri Lanka
Golden Years[16] (QP)Nos années follesAndré TéchinéFrance
An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power (ŒdO)Bonni Cohen, Jon ShenkFrance
Napalm (ŒdO)Claude LanzmannFrance
Plot 35[16] (ŒdO)Carré 35Éric CaravacaFrance, Germany
Promised Land (ŒdO)Eugene JareckiUnited States
Sea Sorrow (ŒdO)Vanessa RedgraveUnited Kingdom
They (CdO) (QP)TheyAnahita GhazvinizadehUnited States, Denmark, Qatar
The Venerable W.[16] (ŒdO)Le Vénérable W.Barbet SchroederFrance, Switzerland
Zombillenium (CdO) [16]ZombilléniumArthur de Pins, Alexis DucordFrance, Belgium
(CdO) indicates 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.

Virtual reality

English title Original title Director(s) Prod. country
Flesh and SandCarne y arenaAlejandro González IñárrituUnited States

70th anniversary events

Title Director(s) Prod. country
24 FramesAbbas KiarostamiIran
Come SwimKristen StewartUnited States
Top of the Lake: China Girl (episodes)Jane Campion, Ariel KleimanU.K., Australia, New Zealand, USA
Twin Peaks (2 episodes)David LynchUnited States

Cinéfondation

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 2,600 submissions. Four of the films selected represent schools participating in Cinéfondation for the first time.[17] The winner of the Cinéfondation First Prize has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) School
Afternoon CloudsPayal KapadiaFTII, India
Animalحیوان / HeyvanBahman and Bahram ArkIranian National School of Cinema, Iran
Atlantis, 2003Атлантида, 2003Michal BlaškoFTF VŠMU, Slovakia
BreathlessÀ perdre haleineLéa KrawczykLa Poudrière, France
CamouflageImge ÖzbilgeKASK, Belgium
Empty on the OutsideVazio do Lado de ForaEduardo Brandão PintoUFF, Brazil
Give Up The GhostMarian MathiasNYU Tisch School of the Arts, USA
Heritageבן ממשיךYuval AharoniSteve Tisch School of Film & Television - TAU, Israel
InvisiblyLáthatatlanÁron SzentpéteriAcademy of Drama and Film in Budapest, Hungary
LejlaStijn BoumaSarajevo Film Academy, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Little Manifesto Against Solemn CinemaPequeño manifiesto en contra del cine solemneRoberto PortaUniversidad del Cine, Argentina
Paul Is HerePaul est làValentina MaurelINSAS, Belgium
Tokeru溶ける / TokeruAya IgashiToho Gakuen Film Techniques Training College, Japan
Towards the Sun迎向邊疆公路 / Yin shian bien jian gon luWang Yi-lingNTUA, Taiwan
Two Youths DiedDeux Égarés sont mortsTommaso UsbertiLa Fémis, France
Wild HorsesRory StewartNFTS, UK

Short films

Out of 4,843 entries, the following films were selected to compete for the Short Film Palme d'Or.[17] The Short film Palme d'Or winner has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Across My LandFiona GodivierUnited States
The CeilingKattoTeppo AiraksinenFinland
DamianaAndrés Ramírez PulidoColombia
A Drowning ManMahdi FleifelUnited Kingdom, Denmark, Greece
A Gentle Night小城二月 / Xiao cheng er yueQiu YangChina
Grandpa WalrusPépé le morseLucrèce AndreaeFrance
Lunch Timeوقت ناهارAlireza GhasemiIran
Push ItJulia ThelinSweden
Time to GoKoniec widzeniaGrzegorz MołdaPoland

Cannes Classics

The full line-up for the Cannes Classics section was announced on 3 May 2017.[18]

Restorations

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
All That Jazz (1979)Bob FosseUnited States
L'Atalante (1934)Jean VigoFrance
Babatu (1976)Babatou, les trois conseilsJean RouchNiger, France
The Ballad of Narayama (1983)楢山節考 / Narayama bushikōShōhei ImamuraJapan
The Battle of the Rails (1946)La Bataille du railRené ClémentFrance
Belle de Jour (1967)Belle de jourLuis BuñuelFrance, Italy
Blow-Up (1966)BlowupMichelangelo AntonioniUnited Kingdom, Italy, United States
Dream of Light aka The Quince Tree Sun (1992)El sol del membrilloVíctor EriceSpain
Duo (1968)Pas de deuxNorman McLarenCanada
The Earrings of Madame de… (1953)Madame de…Max OphülsFrance, Italy
Harpya (1979)Raoul ServaisBelgium
I Even Met Happy Gypsies (1967)Skupljači perjaAleksandar PetrovićYugoslavia
In the Realm of the Senses (1976)愛のコリーダ / Ai no korīdaNagisa OshimaJapan, France
L'Interview (1998)Xavier GiannoliFrance
Lucía (1968)Humberto SolásCuba
Man of Iron (1981)Człowiek z żelazaAndrzej WajdaPoland
Matzor (1969)Gilberto TofanoIsrael
Merry-Go-Round (1956)KörhintaZoltán FábriHungary
Mirror of Holland (1950)Spiegel van HollandBert HaanstraNetherlands
Native Son (1951)Pierre ChenalArgentina, United States
Oh, Sun (1970)Soleil OMed HondoFrance, Mauritania
Paparazzi (1964)Jacques RozierFrance
Peel (1986)An Exercise in Discipline: PeelJane CampionAustralia
A River Runs Through It (1992)Robert RedfordUnited States
The Seine Meets Paris (1957)La Seine a rencontré ParisJoris IvensFrance
Unforgiven (1992)Clint EastwoodUnited States
The Wages of Fear (1953)Le Salaire de la peurHenri-Georges ClouzotFrance, Italy
The Way (1982)YolYılmaz GüneyTurkey, Switzerland, France
When the Day Breaks (1999)Wendy Tilby and Amanda ForbisCanada
Whither? (1957)إلى أين؟ / Ila aynGeorges NasserLebanon

Documentaries

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Becoming Cary Grant (ŒdO)Mark KidelUnited States, United Kingdom, France
The Belgian Road to Cannes (ŒdO)La belge histoire du Festival de CannesHenri de GerlacheBelgium
David Stratton: A Cinematic Life (ŒdO)Sally AitkenAustralia
Filmworker (ŒdO)Tony ZierraUnited States
Restless Child (ŒdO)Jean Douchet, l'enfant agitéFabien Hagège, Guillaume Namur, Vincent HaasserFrance
(ŒdO) indicates film eligible for the Œil d'or as documentary.

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.[19]

Evening English title Original title Director(s) Country
Thursday 18All About My Mother (1999)Todo sobre mi madrePedro AlmodóvarSpain
Friday 19Bugsy Malone (1976)Alan ParkerUnited Kingdom
Saturday 20Saturday Night Fever (1977)John BadhamUnited States
Tuesday 23Missing (1982)Costa GavrasUnited States
Wednesday 24Chariots Of Fire (1981)Hugh HudsonUnited Kingdom
Thursday 25Djam (2017)Tony Gatlif
Friday 26Weekend at Dunkirk (1964)Week-end à ZuydcooteHenri VerneuilFrance, Italy
Thursday 27August 32nd on Earth (1998)Un 32 Août sur terreDenis VilleneuveCanada

Parallel sections

International Critics' Week

The full selection for the International Critics' Week section was announced on 21 April 2017, at the section's website.[20][21] Sicilian Ghost Story, directed by Fabio Grassadonia and Antonio Piazza, was selected as the opening film for the International Critics' Week section, while Brigsby Bear, directed by Dave McCary, was selected as its closing film. The feature film competition included, for the first time in the section's history, an animated film and a documentary film.[21]

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

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Ava (CdO)Léa MysiusFrance
The Family (CdO)La familiaGustavo Rondón CórdovaVenezuela, Chile, Norway
Gabriel and the MountainGabriel e a montanhaFellipe Gamarano BarbosaBrazil, France
Makala (ŒdO)MakalaEmmanuel GrasFrance
Oh Lucy! (CdO)Atsuko HirayanagiJapan, United States
Los PerrosMarcela SaidChile, France
Tehran Taboo (CdO)Ali SoozandehGermany, Austria
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature. - (ŒdO) film eligible for the Œil d'or as documentary.

Short films - The winner of the Discovery Award for Short Film has been highlighted.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
The Best Fireworks EverNajpiękniejsze fajerwerki everAleksandra TerpińskaPoland
Children Leave at DawnLes Enfants partent à l'aubeManon CoubiaFrance
Los Desheredados (ŒdO)Laura FerrésSpain
Ela - Sketches on a DepartureEla - Szkice na PozegnanieOliver Adam KusioGermany
ExposureLe VisageSalvatore ListaFrance
Jodilerks Dela Cruz, Employee of the MonthCarlo Francisco ManatadPhilippines, Singapore
MöbiusSam KuhnUnited States, Canada
Real Gods Require BloodMoin HussainUnited Kingdom
SelvaSofía Quirós UbedaCosta Rica, Argentina, Chile
Tesla : lumière mondialeMatthew RankinCanada
(ŒdO) indicates film eligible for the Œil d'or as documentary.

Special screenings

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
After School Knife FightCaroline Poggi, Jonathan VinelFrance
Bad BunnyCoelho MauCarlos ConceiçãoPortugal, France
Bloody Milk (CdO)Petit PaysanHubert CharuelFrance
Brigsby Bear (CdO) (closing film)Dave McCaryUnited States
IslandsLes ÎlesYann GonzalezFrance
Sicilian Ghost Story (opening film)Fabio Grassadonia, Antonio PiazzaItaly
A Violent LifeUne vie violenteThierry de PerettiFrance
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as directorial debut feature.

Directors' Fortnight

The full selection for the Directors' Fortnight section was announced on 20 April 2017, at the section's website.[22][23][24] Let the Sunshine In, directed by Claire Denis, was selected as the opening film for the Directors' Fortnight section and Patti Cake$, directed by Geremy Jasper, 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
A CiambraJonas CarpignanoItaly, France, Germany
Alive in France (ŒdO)Abel FerraraFrance
BushwickCary Murnion, Jonathan MilottUnited States
The Dragon Defense (CdO)La Defensa del DragónNatalia SantaColombia
The Florida ProjectSean BakerUnited States
FrostŠarūnas BartasLithuania, France, Poland, Ukraine
I Am Not a Witch (CdO)Rungano NyoniUnited Kingdom, France
The IntruderL'IntrusaLeonardo Di CostanzoItaly, France, Switzerland
Jeannette: The Childhood of Joan of ArcJeannette, l'enfance de Jeanne d'ArcBruno DumontFrance
Just to Be SureÔtez-moi d'un DouteCarine TardieuFrance, Belgium
Let the Sunshine In (opening film)Un beau soleil intérieurClaire DenisFrance
Lover for a DayL'Amant d'un jourPhilippe GarrelFrance
Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts (QP)Marlina Si Pembunuh Dalam Empat BabakMouly SuryaIndonesia
Mobile HomesVladimir de FontenayCanada, France
Nothingwood (CdO) (ŒdO) (QP)Sonia KronlundFrance, Germany
Patti Cake$ (CdO) (closing film)Geremy JasperUnited States
Pure Hearts (CdO)Cuori PuriRoberto De PaolisItaly
The RiderChloé ZhaoUnited States
West of the Jordan River (Field Diary Revisited) (ŒdO)ממערב לירדןAmos GitaiIsrael
(CdO) indicates 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.

Special screenings

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
The Nothing FactoryA Fábrica de Nada Pedro PinhoPortugal

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

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Água MoleLaura Goncalves, Alexandra RamiresPortugal
Back to Genoa City (ŒdO)Retour à Genoa CityBenoit GrimaltFrance
La BoucheCamilo RestrepoFrance
Copa-LocaChristos MassalasGreece
Creme de MentheDavid Philippe Gagné, Jean-Marc E. RoyCanada
Farpões, BaldiosMarta MateusPortugal
Min BördaNiki Lindroth von BahrSweden
NadaGabriel MartinsBrazil
Tijuana TalesJean-Charles HueFrance
TrešnjeDubravka TurićCroatia
(ŒdO) indicates film eligible for the Œil d'or as documentary.

ACID

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.[25][26] The full ACID selection was announced on 21 April 2017, at the section's website.[27]

Feature films

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
The AssemblyL'AssembléeMariana OteroFrance
Before Summer EndsAvant la fin de l'étéMaryam GoormaghtighFrance, Switzerland
BelindaMarie DumoraFrance
Coby (QP)Christian SondereggerFrance
Kiss and CryLila Pinell, Chloé MahieuFrance
Last LaughZhang TaoHong Kong, France
No FarewellsSans AdieuChristophe AgouFrance
ScaffoldlingMatan YairIsrael, Poland
The Starry Sky Above MeLe Ciel étoilé au-dessus de ma têteIlan KlipperFrance
(QP) indicates film eligible for the Queer Palm.

Special screenings

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Comfort and Consolation in FrancePour le réconfortVincent MacaigneFrance

ACID Trip #1 - Serbia

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Dos PatriasKosta RistićSerbia, Cuba
Emergency ExitIzlaz u slučaju opasnostiVladimir TagićSerbia
A Handful of StonesKamen u ruciStefan IvancićSerbia
HumidityVlažnostNikola LjucaSerbia, Netherlands, Greece
If I had it my way I would never leaveMarko Grba SinghSerbia
Requiem for Mrs. JRekvijem za gospodju J.Bojan VuletićSerbia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Russia, France, Germany
TransitionTranzicijaMilica TomovićSerbia

Awards

Official awards

In Competition[8]

Un Certain Regard[29]

Cinéfondation[30]

  • First Prize: Paul Is Here by Valentina Maurel
  • Second Prize: Animal by Bahman and Bahram Ark
  • Third Prize: Two Youths Died by Tommaso Usberti

Golden Camera[8]

Short Films[8]

Independent awards

FIPRESCI Prizes[31]

Ecumenical Jury[31]

Awards in the frame of International Critics' Week[32]

Awards in the frame of Directors' Fortnight[33]

L'Œil d'or Jury[34]

Queer Palm Jury[35]

Palm Dog Jury[36][37]

Prix François Chalais[38]

Vulcan Award of the Technical Artist[39][40]

Cannes Soundtrack Award[41]

Special awards

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