Cannes Un Certain Regard Winners

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Here’s Rithy Panh’s description of the whole thing:

For many years, I have been looking for the missing picture: a photograph taken between 1975 and 1979 by the Khmer Rouge when they ruled over Cambodia… On its own, of course, an image cannot prove mass murder, but it gives us cause for thought, prompts us to meditate, to record History. I searched for it vainly in the archives, in old papers, in the country villages of Cambodia.Today I know: this image must be missing. I was not really looking for it; would it not be obscene and insignificant?So I created it.What I give you today is neither the picture nor the search for a unique image, but the picture of a quest: the quest that cinema allows.

The jury was headed by Danish director Thomas Vinterberg who said that he’s “very honored to be awarding this prize, which we all agree is for a fantastic movie”. He also added:

“One of the finest achievements in filmmaking is to create unforgettable moments – moments that stay with us – as a collective memory – as a collective mirror of our existence.”

At the end of this report, let us remind you that The Un Certain Regard jury awards also include:

Prize of Un Certain Regard: The Missing Picture by Rithy Panh

Jury Prize: Omar by Hany Abu-Assad

Directing Prize: Alain Guiraudie for Stranger by the Lake

A Certain Talent Prize: The ensemble cast of La Jaula de Oro by Diego Quemada-Diez

Avenir Prize: Fruitvale Station by Ryan Coogler

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