2019 Cannes Film Festival

The 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival took place from 14 to 25 May 2019.[3] Mexican filmmaker Alejandro González Iñárritu served as jury president.[4][5] The Palme d'Or went to the South Korean film Parasite, directed by Bong Joon-ho; Bong became the first Korean director to win the award.[6]

2019 Cannes Film Festival
Official poster of the 72nd Cannes Film Festival featuring Agnès Varda, while filming her debut film La Pointe Courte (1955)[1]
Opening filmThe Dead Don't Die
Closing filmThe Specials
LocationCannes, France
AwardsPalme d'Or (Parasite)
Hosted byÉdouard Baer[2]
No. of films21 (In Competition)
18 (Un Certain Regard)
11 (Short films)
Festival date14–25 May 2019

American film director Jim Jarmusch's ensemble zombie comedy film The Dead Don't Die served as the opening film of the festival.[7] The festival honoured French filmmaker Agnès Varda, who died in March 2019, featuring her on the official poster of the festival.[8] The photograph used was taken during the filming of her debut film La Pointe Courte (1955), which later screened at the Cannes Film Festival.[1]


Main competition

Un Certain Regard

Caméra d'or

  • Rithy Panh, Cambodian-French director, Jury President[12]
  • Alice Diop, French director
  • Sandrine Marques, French director, author and film critic
  • Benoît Delhomme, French cinematographer
  • Nicolas Naegelen, French president director of Polyson

Cinéfondation and short films

Independent juries

International Critics' Week

  • Ciro Guerra, Colombian director, Jury President[15][16]
  • Amira Casar, French-English actress
  • Marianne Slot, French-Danish film producer
  • Djia Mambu, Belgian-Congolese film journalist and critic
  • Jonas Carpignano, Italian-American director

L'Œil d'or

Queer Palm

  • Virginie Ledoyen, French actress, Jury President[18]
  • Claire Duguet, French cinematographer and director
  • Kee-Yoon Kim, French comedian
  • Filipe Matzembacher, Brazilian director
  • Marcio Reolon, Brazilian director

Official selection

In competition

The following films were selected to compete for the Palme d'Or:[19][20]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Atlantics (CdO) Atlantique Mati Diop Senegal, France, Belgium
Bacurau (QP) Kleber Mendonça Filho, Juliano Dornelles Brazil
The Dead Don't Die (opening film)[7] Jim Jarmusch United States
Frankie (QP) Ira Sachs United States, France, Portugal, Belgium
A Hidden Life Terrence Malick United States, Germany
It Must Be Heaven Elia Suleiman France, Canada
Little Joe Jessica Hausner Austria, Germany, United Kingdom
Matthias & Maxime (QP) Matthias et Maxime Xavier Dolan Canada
Les Misérables (CdO) Ladj Ly France
Mektoub, My Love: Intermezzo Abdellatif Kechiche France
Oh Mercy! (QP) Roubaix, une lumière Arnaud Desplechin France
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Quentin Tarantino United States
Pain and Glory (QP) Dolor y gloria Pedro Almodóvar Spain
Parasite 기생충 Bong Joon-ho South Korea
Portrait of a Lady on Fire (QP) Portrait de la jeune fille en feu Céline Sciamma France
Sibyl Justine Triet France
Sorry We Missed You Ken Loach United Kingdom
The Traitor Il traditore Marco Bellocchio Italy
The Whistlers La Gomera Corneliu Porumboiu Romania, France, Germany
The Wild Goose Lake 南方车站的聚会 Diao Yinan China
Young Ahmed Le Jeune Ahmed Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne Belgium
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as a feature directorial debut.
(QP) indicates film in competition for the Queer Palm.

Un Certain Regard

The following films were selected to compete in the Un Certain Regard section:[19]

English titleOriginal titleDirector(s)Production country
Adam (QP)Maryam TouzaniMorocco
Beanpole (QP)ДылдаKantemir BalagovRussia
The Bears' Famous Invasion of SicilyLa famosa invasione degli orsi in SiciliaLorenzo MattottiFrance, Italy
A Brother's Love (CdO) La Femme de mon frèreMonia ChokriCanada
Bull (CdO) Annie SilversteinUnited States
The Climb (CdO) Michael CovinoUnited States
Fire Will ComeO que ardeOliver LaxeSpain, France, Luxembourg
Liberté (QP)LibertéAlbert SerraSpain
Homeward (CdO) EvgeNariman AlievUkraine
The Invisible Life of Eurídice GusmãoA vida invisível de Eurídice GusmãoKarim AïnouzBrazil
Joan of ArcJeanneBruno DumontFrance
Nina Wu灼人秘密Midi ZTaiwan
On a Magical NightChambre 212Christophe HonoréFrance
Once in TrubchevskОднажды в ТрубчевскеLarissa SadilovaRussia
PapichaMounia MeddourFrance
Port Authority (CdO) (QP)Danielle LessovitzUnited States
Summer of Changsha (CdO) 六欲天Zu FengChina
The Swallows of KabulLes Hirondelles de KaboulZabou Breitman, Eléa Gobé MévellecFrance
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as a feature directorial debut.
(QP) indicates film in competition for the Queer Palm.

Out of competition

The following films were selected to be screened out of competition:[19]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
La Belle Époque Nicolas Bedos France
Rocketman[21] (QP) Dexter Fletcher United Kingdom
Diego Maradona (ŒdO) Asif Kapadia United Kingdom
The Best Years of a Life Les plus belles années d'une vie Claude Lelouch France
Too Old to Die Young Nicolas Winding Refn United States
The Specials (closing film) Hors normes Olivier Nakache, Éric Toledano France
Midnight screenings
The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil악인전Lee Won-taeSouth Korea
Lux ÆternaGaspar NoéFrance
(QP) indicates film in competition for the Queer Palm.
(ŒdO) indicates film eligible for the Œil d'or for documentary.

Special screenings

The following films were selected be shown in the special screenings section:[19]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
5B (ŒdO)Dan KraussUnited States
ChicuarotesGael García BernalMexico
The Cordillera of Dreams La Cordillera de los sueños (ŒdO)Patricio GuzmánFrance, Chile
Family Romance, LLCWerner HerzogGermany
For Sama (ŒdO)Waad Al Kateab, Edward WattsUnited Kingdom
Ice on Fire (ŒdO)Leila ConnersUnited States
Que sea ley (ŒdO)Juan SolanasArgentina
Share (CdO) Pippa BiancoUnited States
Living and Knowing You Are AliveÊtre vivant et le savoirAlain CavalierFrance
TommasoAbel FerraraItaly
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as a feature directorial debut.
(ŒdO) indicates film eligible for the Œil d'or for documentary feature.

Short films

Out of 4,240 entries, the following films were selected to compete for the Short Film Palme d'Or.[22]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
The VanErenik BeqiriAlbania, France
AnnaDekel BerensonUkraine, Israel, United Kingdom
The Jump (ŒdO)Vanessa Dumont and Nicolas DavenelFrance
The Distance Between Us and the Sky (QP)Vasilis KekatosGreece, France
All InclusiveTeemu NikkiFinland
Who TalksIngen lyssnarElin ÖvergaardSweden
And Then the BearAgnès PatronFrance
ButterfliesParparimYona RozenkierIsrael
Monster GodMonstruo DiosAgustina San MartínArgentina
White EchoChloë SevignyUnited States
The NapLa SiestaFederico Luis TachellaArgentina
(ŒdO) indicates film eligible for the Œil d'or for documentary.
(QP) indicates film in competition for the Queer Palm.


The Cinéfondation section focuses on films made by students at film schools. The following 17 entries (14 live-action and 3 animated films) were selected out of 2,000 submissions. Six of the films selected represent schools participating in Cinéfondation for the first time.[22]

English title Original title Director(s) School
AmbienceWisam Al JafariDar al-Kalima University College of Arts and Culture, Palestine
Mano a manoLouise CourvoisierCinéFabrique, France
One Hundred and Twenty-Eight ThousandSto dvacet osm tisícOndřej ErbanFAMU, Czech Republic
Jeremiah (QP)Kenya GillespieUniversity of Texas at Austin, United States
Pura vidaMartin GondaFTF VŠMU – Film and Television Faculty, Academy of Performing Arts, Slovakia
AdamShoki LinNTU, Singapore
RiftNetekYarden Lipshitz LouzSapir College, Israel
Solar PlexusDavid McShaneNFTS, United Kingdom
Rosso: A True Lie About a FishermanRosso : La Vera storia falsa del pescatore ClementeAntonio MessanaLa Fémis, France
As Up to NowAhogy eddigKatalin MoldovaiBudapest Metropolitan University (METU), Hungary
FavouritesFavoritenMartin MonkFilmakademie Wien, Austria
RoadkillLeszek MozgaUAL, United Kingdom
The Little SoulDuszyczkaBarbara RupikPWSFTviT, Poland
HiêuRichard VanCalArts, United States
BamboeFlo Van DeurenRITCS, Belgium
Complex Subject (QP)SlozhnopodchinennoeOlesya YakovlevaSt Petersburg State University of Film and Television, Russia
Alien령희 ReongheeYeon JegwangKorea National University of Arts, South Korea
(QP) indicates film in competition for the Queer Palm.

Cannes Classics

The full line-up for the Cannes Classics section was announced on 26 April 2019.[23]


English title Original title Director(s) Production country
125, rue Montmartre (1959)Gilles GrangierFrance
Diary of a Nurse (1957)护士日记Tao JinChina
The Doors (1991)Oliver StoneUnited States
Easy Rider (1969)Dennis HopperUnited States
The Golden Age (1930)L'Âge d'orLuis BuñuelFrance
The Horse Thief (1986)盗马贼Tian ZhuangzhuangChina
La Cité de la peur (1994)Alain BerbérianFrance
Loves of a Blonde (1965)Lásky jedné plavovláskyMiloš FormanCzech Republic
Miracle in Milan (1951)Miracolo a MilanoVittorio De SicaItaly
Moulin Rouge (1952)John HustonUnited Kingdom
Nazarín (1958)Luis BuñuelMexico
Plogoff, des pierres contre des fusils (1980)Nicole Le GarrecFrance
Seven Beauties (1975)Pasqualino SettebellezzeLina WertmüllerItaly
The Shining (1980)Stanley KubrickUnited States, United Kingdom
They Loved Life (1957)KanałAndrzej WajdaPoland
Toni (1934)Jean RenoirFrance
Twenty Years of African Cinema (1983)Caméra d’AfriqueFérid BoughedirTunisia, France
The White Caravan (1964)თეთრი ქარავანი / Белый караванTamaz Meliava, Eldar Shengelaya


The White Snake Enchantress (1958)白蛇伝 HakujadenTaiji YabushitaJapan
The Witness (1969)A tanúPéter BacsóHungary
The Woman Who Dared (1943)Le Ciel est à vousJean GrémillonFrance
The Young and the Damned (1950)Los OlvidadosLuis BuñuelMexico


English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Cinecittà - I mestieri del cinema Bernardo BertolucciMario SestiItaly
Forman vs. FormanHelena Třeštíková, Jakub HejnaCzech Republic, France
La Passione di Anna MagnaniEnrico CerasuoloItaly, France
Les Silences de JohnnyPierre-William GlennFrance
Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic SoundMidge CostinUnited States

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.[24]

English title Original title Director(s) Country
The 400 Blows (1959)Les 400 CoupsFrançois TruffautFrance
La Cité de la peur (1994)Alain BerbérianFrance
Any Number Can Win (1962)Mélodie en sous-solHenri VerneuilFrance, Italy
The Doors (1991)Oliver StoneUnited States
Hauts les filles (2019)François ArmanetFrance
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000)臥虎藏龍Ang LeeTaiwan, Hong Kong, United States, China
Easy Rider (1969)Dennis HopperUnited States
Boyz n the Hood (1991)John SingletonUnited States
The Patriots (1994)Les PatriotesÉric RochantFrance

Parallel sections

International Critics' Week

The following films were selected to be screened in the International Critics' Week section:[25]


English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Abou LeilaAmin Sidi-BoumédièneAlgeria, France, Qatar
A White, White DayHvítur, Hvítur DagurHlynur PálmasonIceland, Denmark, Sweden
I Lost My BodyJ'ai perdu mon corpsJérémy ClapinFrance
Land of AshesCeniza NegraSofía Quirós UbedaCosta Rica, Argentina, Chile, France
Our MothersNuestras MadresCésar DíazGuatemala, Belgium, France
The Unknown SaintLe Miracle du Saint InconnuAlaa Eddine AljemMorocco, France, Qatar
VivariumLorcan FinneganIreland, Belgium, Denmark

Short films

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Community GardensKolektyvinai SodaiVytautas KatkusLithuania
Ikki illa meintAndrias HøgenniDenmark, Faroe Islands
Journey Through a Body (QP)Camille DegeyeFrance
The Last Trip to the SeasideUltimul drum spre mareAdi VoicuRomania
Lucía en el limboValentina MaurelBelgium, France, Costa Rica
The Manila Lover (QP)Johanna PyykköNorway, Philippines
Party DayDía de FestaSofia BostPortugal
She Runs (QP)Qiu YangChina, France
The TrapFakhNada RiyadhEgypt, Germany
Tuesday From 8 to 6Mardi de 8 à 18Cecilia de ArceFrance
(QP) indicates film in competition for the Queer Palm.

Special screenings

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains (closing film)春江水暖Gu XiaogangChina
Heroes Don't DieLes héros ne meurent jamaisAude Léa RapinFrance, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Litigante (opening film)Franco LolliColombia, France
You Deserve a Love (QP)Tu mérites un amourHafsia HerziFrance
Short films (1)
DemonicPia BorgAustralia
NapthaMoin HussainUnited Kingdom
Please Speak Continuously and Describe Your Experiences as They Come to YouBrandon CronenbergCanada
Short films (2)
Invisible HeroInvisível HeróiCristèle Alves MeiraPortugal, France
TenzoKatsuya TomitaJapan
(QP) indicates film in competition for the Queer Palm.


Films from Morelia International Film Festival:

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
SatánCarlos Tapia GonzálezSwitzerland
San MiguelCris GrisMexico
The Girl with Two HeadsLa chica con dos cabezasBetzabé GarcíaMexico
The Thin AirEl aire DelgadoPablo GilesMexico

Directors' Fortnight

The following films were selected to be screened in the Directors' Fortnight section:[26][27]


English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Alice and the MayorAlice et le MaireNicolas PariserFrance
An Easy GirlUne fille facileRebecca ZlotowskiFrance
And Then We Danced (QP)Levan AkinSweden, Georgia
The Bare Necessity (CdO)PerdrixErwan Le DucFrance
Blow It to BitsOn va tout péterLech KowalskiFrance
Deerskin (opening film) Le DaimQuentin DupieuxFrance
Dogs Don't Wear PantsKoirat eivät käytä housujaJ-P ValkeapääFinland, Latvia
First LoveHatsukoiTakashi MiikeJapan, United Kingdom
For the MoneyPor el dineroAlejo MoguillanskyArgentina
Ghost TropicBas DevosBelgium
Give Me LibertyKirill MikhanovskyUnited States
The HaltAng HupaLav DiazPhilippines, China
The LighthouseRobert EggersCanada, United States
Particles (CdO)Les ParticulesBlaise HarrisonSwitzerland, France
LillianAndreas HorvathAustria
OlegJuris KursietisLatvia, Belgium, Lithuania, France
The OrphanageParwareshgahShahrbanoo SadatDenmark, Afghanistan, France
Sick, Sick, Sick (CdO)Sem seu sangueAlice FurtadoBrazil, Netherlands, France
Song Without a Name (CdO)Canción sin nombreMelina LeónPeru, Switzerland
Tlamess (QP)Ala Eddine SlimTunisia, France
To Live to Sing活着唱着Johnny MaChina, France
WoundsBabak AnvariUnited States
Yves (closing film) Benoît ForgeardFrance
Zombi Child (QP)Bertrand BonelloFrance
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as a feature directorial debut.
(QP) indicates film in competition for the Queer Palm.

Special screenings

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Red 11Robert RodriguezUnited States
The Staggering GirlLuca GuadagninoItaly

Short and medium-length films

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Ghost PleasurePlaisir fantômeMorgan SimonFrance
Grand Bouquet (QP)Nao YoshigaiJapan
Je te tiensSergio CaballeroSpain
The Marvelous Misadventures of the Stone LadyLes Extraordinaires Mésaventures de la jeune fille de pierreGabriel AbrantesFrance, Portugal
MovementsJeong Da-heeSouth Korea
Olla (2019 film)Ariane LabedFrance, United Kingdom
Piece of MeatJerrold Chong and Huang JunxiangSingapore
Stay Awake, Be ReadyHãy Tỉnh Thức và Sẵn SàngAn Pham ThienVietnam, South Korea, United States
That Which Is to Come Is Just a PromiseFlatformItaly, Netherlands, New Zealand
Two Sisters Who Are Not SistersDeux sœurs qui ne sont pas sœursBeatrice GibsonUnited Kingdom, Germany, Canada, France
(QP) indicates film in competition for the Queer Palm.


English title Original title Director(s)
Go Where You Look! (Aloft, Chalkroom and To the Moon)Laurie Anderson, Hsin-Chien Huang


The following films were selected to be screened in the ACID (Association for the Distribution of Independent Cinema) section:[28][29]

Feature films

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
As Happy As PossibleRêve de jeunesseAlain RaoustFrance, Portugal
Blind SpotL'Angle mortPierre Trividic, Patrick-Mario BernardFrance
Des Hommes (ŒdO)Alice Odiot, Jean-Robert VialletFrance
Indianara (ŒdO)(QP)Aude Chevalier-Beaumel, Marcelo BarbosaBrazil
Kongo (ŒdO)Hadrien La Vapeur, Corto VaclavFrance
Mickey and the BearAnnabelle AttanasioUnited States
Solo (ŒdO)Artemio BenkiFrance, Czech Republic, Argentina, Austria
Take Me Somewhere NiceEna SendijarevićNetherlands, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Vif-argentStéphane BatutFrance
(ŒdO) indicates film eligible for the Œil d'or as documentary.
(QP) indicates film in competition for the Queer Palm.

ACID Trip #3 - Argentina

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Brief Story from the Green PlanetBreve historia del planeta verdeSantiago LozaArgentina, Brazil, Germany, Spain
Las VegasJuan VillegasArgentina
Sangre blancaBarbara Sarasola-DayArgentina


Official awards

In Competition

The following awards were presented for films shown In Competition:[30]

Un Certain Regard

Golden Camera

Short Films

  • Short Film Palme d'Or: The Distance Between Us and the Sky by Vasilis Kekatos
  • Special Mention: Monster God by Agustina San Martín


  • First Prize: Mano a mano by Louise Courvoisier[32]
  • Second Prize: Hiêu by Richard Van
  • Third Prize:
    • Ambience by Wisam Al Jafari
    • The Little Soul by Barbara Rupik

Honorary Palme d'Or

Independent awards


Ecumenical Prize

International Critics' Week

  • Nespresso Grand Prize: I Lost My Body by Jérémy Clapin[38]
  • Leitz Cine Discovery Prize for Short Film: She Runs by Qiu Yang
  • Louis Roederer Foundation Rising Star Award: Ingvar E. Sigurðsson for A White, White Day
  • Gan Foundation Award for Distribution: Vivarium by Lorcan Finnegan
  • SACD Award: Our Mothers by César Díaz
  • Canal+ Award for Short Film: Ikki Illa Meint by Andrias Høgenni

Directors' Fortnight

L'Œil d'or

Queer Palm

Prix François Chalais

Cannes Soundtrack Award

Vulcan Award of the Technical Artist

Palm Dog

Trophée Chopard

Pierre Angénieux ExcelLens in Cinematography


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