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  • Palme d'Or to "Fahrenheit 9/11" by Michael Moore

    the 22.05.2004 at 8:00 PM - Updated on 23.05.2004 at 6:17 PM

    Palme d'Or to 'Fahrenheit 9/11' by Michael Moore
    The Palme d'Or of this 57th edition of the Festival de Cannes was presented by Charlize Theron to Michael Moore for his Fahrenheit 9/11. "I can't begin to express my appreciation and my gratitude to the jury, the Festival, to Gilles Jacob, Thierry Frémaux, Bob and Harvey at Miramax, to all of the crew who worked on the ...
  • Grand Prix to "Old Boy" by Park Chan-Wook

    the 22.05.2004 at 7:55 PM - Updated on 23.05.2004 at 6:15 PM

    Grand Prix to 'Old Boy' by Park Chan-Wook
    The Grand Prix was presented by Kevin Kline and Ashley Judd to Park Chan-Wook for his film, Old Boy. "I would like to thank all the members of the Jury and the Cannes Festival," said the South Korean director. "I met Roman Polanski at a party and we had our photograph taken together. That was already such an honour that I...
  • Best Actress Award to Maggie Cheung for her role in "Clean"

    the 22.05.2004 at 7:45 PM - Updated on 23.05.2004 at 6:12 PM

    Best Actress Award to Maggie Cheung for her role in 'Clean'
    The Best Actress Award goes to Maggie Cheung for her role in Clean by Olivier Assayas. "It's really an incredible time in my life," Maggie Cheung said. "I would like to thank the Cannes Festival for having invited us this evening. I want to thank the jury for having given us this prize. Clean wasn't easy to get made and I...
  • Best Actor Award to Yuuya Yagira for his role in "Nobody Knows"

    the 22.05.2004 at 7:40 PM - Updated on 23.05.2004 at 6:11 PM

    Best Actor Award to Yuuya Yagira for his role in 'Nobody Knows'
    The Best Actor Award goes to the 14-year-old Yuuya Yagira for his role in Nobody Knows by Hirokazu Kore-eda. With Yuuya Yagira back in Japan, it was director Hirokazu Kore-eda who collected the award on his behalf. At the post-awards press conference, the director gave his impressions. "This prize is deserved, because we...
  • Best Director Award goes to Tony Gatlif for "Exils"

    the 22.05.2004 at 7:30 PM - Updated on 23.05.2004 at 6:09 PM

    Best Director Award goes to Tony Gatlif for 'Exils'
    The Best Director Award goes to Tony Gatlif for Exils. "Thank you Gilles Jacob; thank you Thierry Frémaux, merci Señor Presidente - gracias, merci to all the members of the jury" said the director in his acceptance speech. "A film isn't made alone; there's a team, who I forced to become nomadic for three...
  • The Jury Prize to Irma P. Hall and "Tropical Malady"

    the 22.05.2004 at 7:27 PM - Updated on 23.05.2004 at 1:10 AM

    The Jury Prize to Irma P. Hall and 'Tropical Malady'
    The Jury Prize goes to actress Irma P. Hall for her role in The Ladykillers by the Coen brothers and to Tropical Malady from the Thai director Apichatpong Weerasethakul. He thanked the jury with all his heart. "It's a great honour for me to be here because it's the first Thai film to be shown in [competition at] the Cannes...
  • The Camera d'Or goes to "Or" by Keren Yedaya

    the 22.05.2004 at 7:25 PM - Updated on 23.05.2004 at 1:13 AM

    The Camera d'Or goes to 'Or' by Keren Yedaya
    Jury President Tim Roth bestowed the Camera d'Or to the first feature film, Or , by Israeli director Keren Yedaya. "I would like to say a big thank you because it's not easy to choose a film like mine," declared the Israeli director. "This week has been like living a dream: my film has received a lot of love and also...
  • Camera d'Or Special Mention to "Lu Cheung (Passages)" by Yang Chao and "Bitter Dream" by Mohsen Amiryoussefi

    the 22.05.2004 at 7:20 PM - Updated on 23.05.2004 at 10:20 PM

    Camera d'Or Special Mention went to two films: Lu Cheung (Passages) by Chinese director Chao Yang and Bitter Dream by Iranian director Mohsen Amiryoussefi.
  • Short Film Palme d'Or to "Trafic" by Catalin Mitulescu/Short Film Jury Prize to Flatlife by Jonas Geirnaert

    the 22.05.2004 at 7:15 PM - Updated on 23.05.2004 at 6:03 PM

    Short Film Palme d'Or to 'Trafic' by Catalin Mitulescu/Short Film Jury Prize to <b>Flatlife</b> by Jonas Geirnaert
    French actress Jeanne Balibar gave the Short Film Palme d'Or to Trafic by Romanian director Catalin Mitulescu. The Short Film Jury Prize went to Flatlife by Belgian director Jonas Geirnaert.
  • Press Conference: Michael Moore on his Palme d'Or

    the 22.05.2004 at 5:20 PM - Updated on 28.05.2004 at 9:21 PM

    Press Conference: Michael Moore on his Palme d'Or
    On the rising popularity of documentaries: "Audiences love a good story, whether through fiction or non-fiction. I don't start out making a documentary but rather a good movie. Non-fiction is taking itself out of the ghetto and documentary filmmakers are finding new and inventive ways to tell their story. I'm pleased and I...
  • Closing Film Out of Competition: "De-Lovely" by Irwin Winkler

    the 22.05.2004 at 9:35 AM - Updated on 28.05.2004 at 9:23 PM

    Closing Film Out of Competition: 'De-Lovely' by Irwin Winkler
    Thirteen years after having presented Guilty by Suspicion in competition, producer-director Irwin Winkler is back on the Croisette with his latest feature De-Lovely. This musical tracing the life of composer Cole Porter, played by Kevin Kline, is the closing film of the 57th Festival. We are in 1964 and Porter is dying. He is...
  • Press Conference: "De-Lovely"

    the 22.05.2004 at 9:34 AM - Updated on 23.05.2004 at 5:58 PM

    For the screening out of competition of De-Lovely, closing film of the 57th Cannes Festival, director Irwin Winkler, actors Kevin Kline, Ashley Judd and John Barrowman, and singers Sheryl Crow, Alanis Morissette, Lara Fabian, Nathalie Cole, Lemar and Mario Frangoulis, answered the journalists' questions during a press...
  • "Moolaadé" wins the Un Certain Regard prize

    the 22.05.2004 at 9:31 AM - Updated on 28.05.2004 at 9:25 PM

    The Un Certain Regard prize has been awarded to the only African film in the official selection at this year's Cannes: Moolaadé from Senegalese director Ousmane Sembène. The Prize of Regard Original went to Whisky, a Uruguayan film co-directed by Juan Pablo Revella and Pablo Stoll, and the Regard vers l'Avenir...
  • Conférence de presse : "Breaking News"

    the 22.05.2004 at 9:30 AM - Updated on 23.05.2004 at 5:50 PM

    For the out of competition feature from Hong Kong director Johnnie To, the Breaking News director, actors Kelly Chen and Nick Cheung, along with producer Peter Lam answered questions from the press. Highlights. Johnnie To on the importance of the characters: "Whatever the film genre, the most important element is the...
  • An evening to celebrate 80 years of MGM

    the 22.05.2004 at 9:29 AM - Updated on 23.05.2004 at 5:48 PM

    After the announcement of the winners at this year's 57th Festival a party will be held on the Plage des Palmes to celebrate the 80 years of Metro Goldwyn Mayer, the US studio that produced, among others, the Festival's closing film, De-Lovely. The evening will continue with fireworks (10.30-11pm) and a live concert from a...
  • "Diarios de Motocicleta" (Motorcycle Diaries) receives the Ecumenical Prize

    the 22.05.2004 at 9:29 AM - Updated on 23.05.2004 at 5:46 PM

    For its 30th anniversary, the Ecumenical Jury has awarded its top prize to Diarios de Motocicleta (Motocycle Diaries), Walters Salles' film that screened in competition. A special mention was also given to Ousmane Sembène's Moolaadé, which screened in the Un Certain Regard section. Since 1974 the Ecumenical...
  • Ciné Concert: "The General" by Buster Keaton and Clyde Bruckman

    the 22.05.2004 at 9:25 AM - Updated on 23.05.2004 at 5:45 PM

    Cannes Classics, the section dedicated to cinema's heritage, ends this year with a screening of a restored copy of The General, Buster Keaton and Clyde Bruckman's 1926 silent classic. The film will be accompanied for the first time by an orchestral score written by Japanese composer Joe Hisaishi, the favourite composer of...
  • Flashback to Friday, May 21

    the 22.05.2004 at 9:00 AM - Updated on 28.05.2004 at 9:34 PM

    Flashback to Friday, May 21
    The competition today came to an end with the presentation of the final two films: Olivier Assayas' Clean, the story of a young widow (Maggie Cheung) who cleans up her act so as to get her son back, and Stephen Hopkins' The Life and Death of Peter Sellers focusing on the actor's dilemma of having to be a responsible adult and...

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