Grand Prix (Cannes Film Festival)

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Grand Prix (Cannes Film Festival)

Award of the Cannes Film Festival bestowed by the jury of the festival on one of the competing feature films add

Category: Movies & TV (100)

Launched in 1969.

Countries: Italy (33%), Japan (22%), France (22%)

Main connections: Matteo Garrone, Cannes Film Festival, Paolo and Vittorio Taviani




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Paolo and Vittorio Taviani - At the Cannes Film Festival the Taviani brothers won "Palme d'Or" and the FIPRESCI prize for "Padre padrone" in 1977 and "Grand Prix du Jury" for "La notte di San Lorenzo"


Since 1995, the official name of the award has been simply the "Grand Prix", but it has had two other names since its creation in 1967: "Grand Prix Spécial du Jury" , and "Grand Prix du Jury" add something


Broken Flowers - Grand Prix - At the 2005 Cannes Film Festival, the film was nominated for the "Palme d'Or" and won the "Grand Prix"


Naomi Kawase - Grand Prix - Kawase completed production on her fourth full-length film "The Mourning Forest" , which premièred in June 2007 in her hometown Nara and went on to win the Grand Prix at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival


Matteo Garrone - Grand Prix - When Matteo Garrone's "Gomorrah" won the 2008 Cannes Grand Prix, the victory of his account of the ruthless Italian criminal organization known as "camorra" surprised the public and critics


Of Gods and Men (film) - Grand Prix - The Grand Prix is the festival's second most prestigious award, after the Palme d'Or which was won by "Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives" in 2010