Speaking of Cannes Film Festival ... These directors did not cut one Golden Palm!
The Godfather is well-known for his series, and he competes in Cannes and embraces the Golden Palm with The Conversation, which blinked the Watergate Scandal before shooting the sequel. The Apocalypse Now, which he shot five years after The Godfather - Part II, is, for some, the director's masterpiece, won both the Golden Palm and the FIPRESCI Award.
Ken Loach is one of the great directors who has repeatedly been nominated for the Golden Palm. Loach, who won her first Golden Palm with The Wind that Shakes the Barley (2006), repeated the same success with Daniel Blake 10 years later. This year he is nominated for his new film Sorry We Missed You.
One of the first names that come to mind in Balkan movies! The Golden Palm adventure, which began in 1985 with the film ta Otac na sluzbenom putu Arizona, continues with Arizona Dream with Johnny Depp and the famous Underground.
Having won 10 awards at the Cannes Film Festival, Haneke, who had written her name in the history of the festival with golden letters, won her first Golden Palm quite late. Luckily we didn't wait much for the latter. Are those of us who remember Amour?
He also embraced the Golden Palm with Fatih Pelle - Pelle erobreren (1987), who also won him a Golden Globe and an Oscar, and Den Goda Viljan, who tells the story of his own family, embraces the statue for the second time with August.