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( )  Best Actor
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( )  Best Director
( )  Best Screenplay
( )  Technical Grand Prize
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( )  Un Certain Regard Award
( )  Critics Week Grand Prize
( )  Canal+ Award
( )  Kodak Short Film Award
( )  Young Critics Award
( )  ...Best Short
( )  ...Best Feature
( )  Grand Golden Rail
( )  Small Golden Rail
( )  C.I.C.A.E. Award
( )  Gras Savoye Award
( )  FIPRESCI Prize
( )  ...Director's Fortnight
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( )  Award of the Youth
( )  ...Foreign Film
( )  ...French Film
( )  François Chalais Award
( )  Chopard Trophy
( )  ...Male Revelation
( )  ...Female Revelation
 
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Cannes Film Festival: 2002

Golden Palm

Date:15 May - 26 May
Host:Virginie Ledoyen
Jury:David Lynch (I) (USA) (president); Christine Hakim (Indonesia); Sharon Stone (I) (USA); Michelle Yeoh (China, Hong Kong); Bille August (Denmark); Claude Miller (I) (France); Raoul Ruiz (France); Walter Salles (Brazil); Régis Wargnier (France); Martin Scorsese (USA) (president) (short films); Judith Godrèche (France) (short films); Tilda Swinton (UK) (short films); Abbas Kiarostami (Iran) (short films); Jan Schütte (I) (Germany) (short films)
Notes:
  • The winning film for the first festival, which actually was canceled in 1939 due to the beginning of World War II, was decided on retrospectively by a jury in 2002.

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  Other In-Competition Films:
 
  • 24 Hour Party People (2002) - Michael Winterbottom
  • About Schmidt (2002) - Alexander Payne (I)
  • Adversaire, L' (2002) - Nicole Garcia (I)
  • All or Nothing (2002/I) - Mike Leigh
  • Bowling for Columbine (2002) - Michael Moore (II)
  • Chihwaseon (2002) - Kwon-taek Im
  • Demonlover (2002) - Olivier Assayas
  • Fils, Le (2002) - Luc Dardenne; Jean-Pierre Dardenne
  • Irréversible (2002) - Gaspar Noé
  • Kedma (2002) - Amos Gitai
  • Marie-Jo et ses 2 amours (2002) - Robert Guédiguian
  • Mies vailla menneisyyttä (2002) - Aki Kaurismäki
  • Ora di religione (Il sorriso di mia madre), L' (2002) - Marco Bellocchio
  • Princípio da Incerteza, O (2002) - Manoel de Oliveira
  • Punch-Drunk Love (2002) - Paul Thomas Anderson
  • Ren xiao yao (2002) - Zhang Ke Jia
  • Russkiy kovcheg (2002) - Aleksandr Sokurov
  • Spider (2002) - David Cronenberg
  • Sweet Sixteen (2002/I) - Ken Loach
  • Ten (2002) - Abbas Kiarostami
  • Yadon ilaheyya (2002) - Elia Suleiman

  • Best Short Film
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      Other In-Competition Films:
     
  • Daughter (2002) - Eduardo Rodriguez (I)
  • Flying (2002/I) - Bruce Terris
  • Holding Your Breath (2001) - Anthony Lucas (I)
  • Mavrosoufitsa (2002) - Yannis Yapanis
  • Speel met me (2001) - Esther Rots
  • Stone of Folly, The (2002) - Jesse Rosensweet
  • Tai Tai (2002) - Nicholas Chin
  • Tango de olvido (2002) - Alexis Mital Toledo
  • Very Very Silent Film, A (2001) - Manish Jha
  • Yoake: A Chewing Gum Story (2001) - Roland Zumbühl

  • Grand Prize of the Jury

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    Jury Prize

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    Best Short Film
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    Best Actor

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    Best Actress

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    Best Director

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    Best Screenplay

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    Technical Grand Prize

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    • - Not awarded.

    55th Anniversary Prize

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    Golden Camera

    Jury:Geraldine Chaplin (USA) (president); Marthe Keller (Switzerland); Bahman Ghobadi (India); Romain Goupil (France); Murali Nair (Iran)

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    Golden Camera - Special Mention

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    Cinefondation Award

    Jury:Martin Scorsese (USA) (president); Judith Godrèche (France); Tilda Swinton (UK); Abbas Kiarostami (Iran); Jan Schütte (I) (Germany)

      Placings:
     

    1. Um Sol Alaranjado (2001) - Eduardo Valente
    - Unanimously.

    2. K-G i nöd och lust (2002) - Jens Jonsson
    - Unanimously.

    Seule maman a les yeux bleus (2002) - Eric Forestier
    - Unanimously.

    3. She'elot Shel Po'el Met (2002) - Aya Somech


    Un Certain Regard Award

    Jury:Anne Fontaine (head of jury); David Tran (II) (critic); Fabienne Bradfer; Fabrice Pliskin (critic); Jean-Sébastien Chauvin (critic); Louis Guichard (critic); Pierre Vavasseur (critic)

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    Critics Week Grand Prize

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    Canal+ Award

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    Kodak Short Film Award

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    Young Critics Award

    Best Short
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    Best Feature
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    Grand Golden Rail

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    Small Golden Rail

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    C.I.C.A.E. Award

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    Gras Savoye Award

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    FIPRESCI Prize

    Jury:Ronald Bergan (UK) (head of jury); Tereza Brdeckova (Czech Republic); Christiane Dancie (France); Russell Edwards (III) (Australia); Amir Emary (Egypt); Amir Labaki (Brazil); Ninos-Fenek Mikelidis (Greece); Catherine Mtsitouridze (Russia); Kenichi Okubo (Japan); Monika Tunbäck-Hanson (Sweden); Ahmed Muztaba Zamal (Bangladesh)

    Director's Fortnight
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    Competition
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    • Yadon ilaheyya (2002) - Elia Suleiman
      - For its sensitive, amusing and innovative vision of a complex and topical situation and the tragic consequences that result from it.

    Un Certain Regard
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    Prize of the Ecumenical Jury

    Jury:Anca Berlogea (Romania) (head of jury); Michèle Debidour (France); Ezio Alberione (Italy); Julia Helmke (Germany); Revaz Nicoladze (France); Bruce Girard (Canada)

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    Prize of the Ecumenical Jury - Special Mention

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    France Culture Award

    Foreign Cineaste of the Year
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    French Cineaste of the Year
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    Award of the Youth

    Foreign Film
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    French Film
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    François Chalais Award

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    Chopard Trophy

    Date:17 May
    Location:Majestic Hotel, Cannes, France

    Male Revelation
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    Female Revelation
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