For the third time in Cannes' 84-year history, a female filmmaker has taken the Palme d'Or: Justine Triet's legal drama Anatomy of a Fall won the prestigious prize at the 76th Cannes Film Festival; she follows Jane Campion for The Piano and Titane director Julia Ducournau, the latter of whom served on this this year's jury.

Jane Fonda presented the Palme d'Or during Saturday's closing ceremony. The evening's presenters also included actors Orlando Bloom, Anaïs Demoustier, Zar Amir Ebrahimi, Song Kang-ho, and John C. Reilly (who led the Un Certain Regard jury), as well as directors Roger Corman and Quentin Tarantino.

This year's Cannes jury was chaired by last year's Palme d'Or winner and two-time Oscar nominee Ruben Östlund (Triangle of Sadness) and included Oscar-winning actress Brie Larson, director Maryam Touzani, actor Denis Ménochet, filmmaker Rungano Nyoni, actor Paul Dano, author Atiq Rahimi, filmmaker Damián Szifron and Ducournau.

"This is a film that everyone stands behind on the jury," Östlund said in a press conference of awarding Anatomy of a Fall. "These films created a collective experience. The Palme d’Or winner was an intense experience — it’s what cinema should be."


See the full list of winners below.

Palme d'Or

Anatomy of a Fall (Anatomie d'une chute) by Justine Triet

Grand Prix

The Zone Of Interest by Jonathan Glazer

Best Director

Trần Anh Hùng for The Pot-Au-Feu (La passion de Dodin Bouffant)

Jury Prize

Fallen Leaves (Kuolleet Lehdet) by Aki Kaurismaki

Best Screenplay

Monster (Kaibutsu), written by Yûji Sakamoto

Best Performance by an Actress

Merve Dizdar, About Dry Grasses (Kuru Otlar Üstüne)

Best Performance by an Actor

Kōji Yakusho, Perfect Days

Camera d'Or for Best First Film

Inside the Yellow Cocoon Shell by Thien An Pham

Short Film Palme d'Or

27 by Flóra Anna Buda

Short Film Special Mention

Intrusion (Fár) by Gunnur Martinsdóttir Schlüter

Queer Palm

Monster (Kaibutsu) by Hirokazu Kore-eda

Un Certain Regard jury president John C. Reilly hugs Molly Manning Walker during the closing ceremony.

Un Certain Regard Award

How to Have Sex by Molly Manning Walker

New Voice Prize

Omen (Augure) by Baloji

Ensemble Prize

The Buriti Flower (Crowrã) by João Salaviza & Renée Nader Messora

Freedom Prize

Goodbye Julia by Mohamed Kordofani

Un Certain Regard Directing Prize

Asmae El Moudir for The Mother of All Lies (Kabid Abyad)

Un Certain Regard Jury's Prize

Hounds (Les Meutes) by Kamal Lazraq


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