- 68th Festival de Cannes will be held from 13 to 24 May 2015
- Palme d'or: WINTER SLEEP - Nuri Bilge Ceylan
- Grand Prix: LE MERAVIGLIE (The Wonders) - Alice Rohrwacher
- Best Screenplay : LEVIATHAN - Andrey Zvyaginstev and Oleg Negin
- Best Director: Bennett Miller - FOXCATCHER
- Best Actor: Timothy Spall - MR. TURNER
- Best Actress: Julianne Moore - MAPS TO THE STARS
- Jury Prize ex- æquo : MOMMY - Xavier Dolan ; ADIEU AU LANGAGE (Goodbye to Language) - Jean-Luc Godard
- Short Film Palme d’or: LEIDI - Simón Mesa Soto
- Caméra d'or : PARTY GIRL - Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger, Samuel Theis (Un Certain Regard)
- Short Films - Special Mention ex-æquo: AÏSSA - Clément Trehin- Lahanne; JA VI ELSKER (Yes we love) - Hallvar Witzø
- Quentin Tarantino to close the Festival with a celebration of Sergio Leone
Press ConferenceWinners of the 67th Festival
Press conferenceFeature Films Jury
All the awardsThe winners of the 67th Festival de Cannes
Palme d'orWinter Sleep by Nuri Bilge Ceylan
Grand PrixLe Meraviglie (The Wonders) by Alice Rohrwacher
Best Director AwardFoxcatcher by Bennett Miller
Jury PrizeMommy by Xavier Dolan
Best Actor AwardTimothy Spall in Mr. Turner
Exclusive Interviews with the Juries the 23/05/2014, 19h17
Read all the interviews given by the members of the Feature Film Jury, as well as those with the...
Best of the 67th Festival de Cannes the 24/05/2014
Join us on a journey through the greatest filmmaking countries. Our short articles summarize the history of cinema as seen through the eyes of specialists. Each text is brought to life...
ROMANIA by Ioan Lazar
As in so many countries throughout the world, the genesis and first steps of the cinema in Romania were linked to France. The first screening of a film took place in Bucharest on 27 May...
GERMANY by Wim Wenders
Dreamed up before the Second World War (Louis Lumière should have been its first President!), the Festival didn´t actually get underway until 1946 — one effect of Germany's most...
UNITED KINGDOM by Gilles Jacob
“There is no such thing as British cinema,” François Truffaut once said, never at a loss for provocative exaggeration. Well, well! Who would have thought that our...
Maps to the stars: Burn, Hollywood, burn… www.totalfilm.com - James Mottram, the 26/09/2014
A script written in venom, Cronenberg on bullish form and a cast on full power; this is one of the best Hollywood take-downs ever mounted.
The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby : Ephemeral romance www.newsday.com - Rafer Guzman, the 09/09/2014
One day she's lying in a hospital bed, the next she's gone. She's the title character of "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby," and her...
Timothy Spall 'a leading man' after win http://www.bbc.com - Emma Jones, the 25/05/2014
Timothy Spall says he is "finally a leading man" after being crowned best actor at the Cannes Film Festival for Mr Turner, a portrait of England's greatest landscape...