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https://deadline.com/2023/05/cannes-film-festival-winners-2023-full-list-1235381713/

 

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UPDATE: French filmmaker Justine Triet has become only the third woman to win the Cannes Film Festival’s top prize Palme d’Or in the event’s 76-year history, scooping the award for Anatomy of a Fall. She joins Jane Campion (1993’s The Piano), and, more recently, Julia Ducournau who won for Titane in 2021 (Ducournau was also on the jury this year).

 

Anatomy of a Fall follows Sandra (Sandra Hüller), a German writer, her French husband Samuel, and their eleven-year-old son Daniel who live a secluded life in a remote town in the French Alps. When Samuel is found dead in the snow below their chalet, the police question whether he committed suicide or was killed. Samuel’s death is treated as suspicious, presumed murder, and Sandra becomes the main suspect.

 

Neon picked it up during the festival, giving the distributor bragging rights to the four latest Palme d’Or winners including Triangle of Sadness, Titane and Parasite.

 

 

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Two version of trailers so far. Strangely US trailer avoid non-English dialogue scene entirely whereas international trailer has a significant non-English dialogue. I heard French was the most spoken language in the movie. 

 

Limited release on 13 Oct in US. This is the fourth back-to-back Palme d'Or win for Neon and they release all of them in US during early October.  

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If Sandra Hüller wins Best Actress, the orchestra needs to play

 

 

P.I.M.P.

 

as she walks to the stage. Just to see how that would sound, and the confusion of everyone watching who hasn't seen the movie, lol. And the original plan for that moment was very different!

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Overseas has exceeded 1 000 000 admits 

 

Top Markets

  • USA - $3.37M (321K admits)
  • Germany - €1.56M (152K admits)
  • UK - £1.09M (142K admits)
  • Netherlands - €1.02M (100K admits)
  • Italy - €930K (138K admits)
  • Belgium/Luxembourg - €620K (74K admits)
  • Switzerland - €560K (38K admits)
  • Greece - €340K (48K admits)
  • Russia - €280K (64K admits)
  • Canada (Quebec) - €240K (32K admits)
  • Sweden - €230K (22.5K admits)
  • Austria - €140K (13.5K admits)
  • Slovenia - €10K (2.5K admits)

Overseas will expanded to Spain, Hungary, LATAM, Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, Poland, Portugal and China.

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Since October, her video punctuated by the song Comme des Garçons by Rina Sawayama ("a song regularly used to make videos like this", she specifies) has been viewed more than a million times on X and inspired similar ones on TikTok.

 

It's not too late for TikTok to work its Anyone But You magic on this yet. Let's put Swann Arlaud's hair back into wide release.

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No.1 among French Film at Overseas (January)

 

January - €4,521,681 / 625,862 admits

Total upto - €19,135,413 / 2,337,930 admits

 

Spain exceeded 300K admits! Mexico 77K (€350K) &Brazil 76K (€340K)

 

Opened on Japan yesterday with $140K! China will soon join by the end of March (29 March release)

 

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France almost reached 1.6M as of Wed - 1,596,523 admits

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49th César Awards

 

Best Film
WINNER “Anatomy of a Fall,” Justine Triet
“Junkyard Dog,” Jean-Baptiste Durand
“All Your Faces,” Jeanne Herry
“The Goldman Case,” Cédric Kahn
“The Animal Kingdom,” Thomas Cailley

 

Best Director
WINNER Justine Triet, “Anatomy of a Fall”
Catherine Breillat, “Last Summer”
Jeanne Herry, “All Your Faces”
Cédric Kahn, “The Goldman Case”
Thomas Cailley, “The Animal Kingdom”

 

Best Actress
Marion Cotillard, “Little Blue Girl”
Léa Drucker, “Last Summer”
Virginie Efira, “Just The Two Of Us”
Hafsia Herzi, “The Rapture”
WINNER Sandra Hüller, “Anatomy of a Fall”

 

Best Supporting Actor
WINNER Swann Arlaud, “Anatomy Of A Fall”
Anthony Bajon, Junkyard Dog
Arthur Harari, “The Goldman Case”
Pio Marmaï, “Yannick”
Antoine Reinartz, “Anatomy of a Fall”

 

Best Original Screenplay
WINNER Justine Triet, Arthur Harari, “Anatomy of a Fall”

Jean-Baptiste Durand, “Junkyard Dog”
Jeanne Herry, “All Your Faces”
Nathalie Hertzberg, Cédric Khan, “The Goldman Case”
Thomas Cailley, Pauline Munier, “The Animal Kingdom”

 

Best Editing
Laurent Sénéchal, Anatomy Of Fall
Francis Vesin, “All Your Face”
Valérie Loiseleux, “Little Girl Blue”
Yann Debet, “The Goldman Case”
Lilian Corbeille, “The Animal Kingdom”

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40 minutes ago, Issac Newton said:

49th César Awards

 

Best Film
WINNER “Anatomy of a Fall,” Justine Triet
“Junkyard Dog,” Jean-Baptiste Durand
“All Your Faces,” Jeanne Herry
“The Goldman Case,” Cédric Kahn
“The Animal Kingdom,” Thomas Cailley

 

Best Director
WINNER Justine Triet, “Anatomy of a Fall”
Catherine Breillat, “Last Summer”
Jeanne Herry, “All Your Faces”
Cédric Kahn, “The Goldman Case”
Thomas Cailley, “The Animal Kingdom”

 

Best Actress
Marion Cotillard, “Little Blue Girl”
Léa Drucker, “Last Summer”
Virginie Efira, “Just The Two Of Us”
Hafsia Herzi, “The Rapture”
WINNER Sandra Hüller, “Anatomy of a Fall”

 

Best Supporting Actor
WINNER Swann Arlaud, “Anatomy Of A Fall”
Anthony Bajon, Junkyard Dog
Arthur Harari, “The Goldman Case”
Pio Marmaï, “Yannick”
Antoine Reinartz, “Anatomy of a Fall”

 

Best Original Screenplay
WINNER Justine Triet, Arthur Harari, “Anatomy of a Fall”

Jean-Baptiste Durand, “Junkyard Dog”
Jeanne Herry, “All Your Faces”
Nathalie Hertzberg, Cédric Khan, “The Goldman Case”
Thomas Cailley, Pauline Munier, “The Animal Kingdom”

 

Best Editing
Laurent Sénéchal, Anatomy Of Fall
Francis Vesin, “All Your Face”
Valérie Loiseleux, “Little Girl Blue”
Yann Debet, “The Goldman Case”
Lilian Corbeille, “The Animal Kingdom”

 

Pretty funny that Oppenheimer lost to Simple Comme Sylvain (The Nature of Love) in the Foreign Film Category.

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11 hours ago, Parasite said:

 

Pretty funny that Oppenheimer lost to Simple Comme Sylvain (The Nature of Love) in the Foreign Film Category.

They gave Nolan an honorary César earlier in the ceremony so it freed them up to award another film. Marion Cotillard presented it so I guess she forgave him for that scene in The Dark Knight Rises.

 

Sandra's speech (she gave it in French):

 

 

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