Here are the winners of the Cannes Film Festival: An absurd thriller wins the Golden Palm and is presented at home
Yesterday, the most prestigious film festival ended, where the Korean director won the first prize. The absurd horror comedy of Bong Joon-ho (Snowpiercer, Okja, The Host), The Parasites was worshiped by critics and the jury led by Alejandro González Iñárritu (Babel, Birdman), so it is particularly good to see the Hungarian cinemas . The film will first be screened from October 9th to October 20th at the 9th Cinema Film Days, and will be released to normal distribution later.
The jury's grand prize went to Mati Diop's refugee drama Atlantics, and the jury's awards included Les Misérables thriller (Ladj Ly) and Bacurau western (Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles). The Best Direction Award went to festival-favorite Brothers Dardenne for The Young Ahmed, and the best screenplay went to Portrait of a Lady on Fire (Céline Sciamma), who was considered a great prospect of the Golden Palm. Emily Beecham (Little Joe) became best actress, and Antonio Banderas won the Best Actress award for his highly self-reflective pain and glory casting of Pedro Almodóvar (also played by Hungarian cinemas), and is now considered an Oscar winner.
Cesar Diaz was awarded the Best Cinematography Award for Our Mothers, and the Best Short Film Award went to The Distance Between the Sky and Us (Vasilis Kekatos). It was to be expected that Adele's director's new film would go empty-handed, as it was practically scattered by critics, and Jim Jarmusch's zombie comedy, Dead Don't Die, was unsuccessful, but surprisingly, Quentin Tarantino was once a .. Except for the Best Dog Award, Hollywood received a very positive welcome.