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• 60th CANNES FILM FESTIVAL
May 16-27 2007
• The Winners Are:

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A SPRING ISSUE - MAY - tviNews Events
TVInews - 107 CANNES FILM FESTIVAL - May 16 - 27th -- "Ah Cannes In The Fall," by Josie Cory, Publisher/Editor TVI Magazine / Josie Cory, interviewing the best, Cannes, France.
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CANNES, France - The 60th Cannes Film Festival ended on Sunday, May 27th with an impressive red-carpet award ceremony.
The Winners Are:
PALME D'OR - "4 Months, 3 weeks and 2 days" (directed by Romanian Cristian Mungiu
GRAND PRIX (Runner-up prize)
••• - "The Mourning Forest" (directed by Japan's Naomi Kawase)
SPECIAL PRIZE (to mark 60th Cannes Film Festival)
••• - Gus Van Sant (U.S. director of "Paranoid Park")
BEST DIRECTOR - Julian Schnabel (U.S. director of French-language film "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly")
n film "The Banishment", directed by Andrei Zvyagintsev)

BEST ACTOR- Konstantin Lavronenko (in Russia
BEST ACTRESS - Jeon Do-yeon (for South Korean competition entry "Secret Sunshine")
BEST SCREENPLAY - Fatih Akin (German-Turkish director of "The Edge of Heaven") - "I have one message for Turkey, because they vote (in a general election) on July 22. All is one, united we stand, divided we fall."
CAMERA D'OR (Golden Camera for first film) - "Jellyfish" (Israeli production directed by Etgar Keret and Shira Geffen) - ••• Keret (wearing a tuxedo and bow tie): "Everything here is so far from our lives. I haven't worn a suit since my Bar Mitzvah."

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1. Feature Story / CANNES, France -- OPENING NIGHT. The 60th edition of the Cannes Festival was officially declared open this Wednesday evening, followed by the screening of My Blueberry Nights in the presence of the director Wong Kar Wai, and actors Norah Jones and Jude Law. Many stars walked up the red carpet, including Gong Li and Juliette Binoche. Also spotted was Diane Kruger, who, in addition to serving as Master of Ceremonies, is in Cannes for her role in the closing film, The Age of Darkness, by Canadian director Denys Arcand. She welcomed the Jury President Stephen Frears on stage and the jury members Maggie Cheung, Toni Collette, Maria de Medeiros, Sarah Polley, Michel Piccoli, Marco Bellocchio, Abderrahmane Sissako and Orhan Pamuk. "Cannes is not a festival museum; it develops and changes with the films, not getting stuck in its past. Tonight, we speak the same language: cinema," declared the German actress. "We are celebrating 60 years of grace, elegance, happiness, long shots and infatuations, 60 years of Palme d'Or hopefuls, jealousy and admiration."
••• A further treat for those present in the Palais des Festivals, a peek at David Lynch's short entitled Absurda, based on the theme of movie theatres, and one of many shorts making up a special collective film, as well as a multitude of film trailers presenting the films in competition this year. For the formal declaration, the Festival chose a couple representing wisdom and modernity, experience and grace. Taiwanese actress Shu Qi and Portuguese director Manoel de Oliveira officially launched the 60th edition. 98-year-old de Oliveira paid homage to "this prestigious festival that is still so young. Viva the cinema!"

Part 02/ A Cannes Film Festival without prizes? It's a possibility raised Wednesday. Albeit jokingly _ by Stephen Frears, president of the award-giving jury.
••• "Maybe we'll give no prizes," said the British director of "The Queen," "High Fidelity" and "Dirty Pretty Things." "We will refuse to sit in judgment."
••• Jury members, from left to right, Chinese actress Maggie Cheung, Canadian actress Sarah Polley, British director and president of the Jury Stephen Frears, Portuguese actress Maria de Medeiros and Australian actress Toni Collette pose during a photo call at the 60th International film festival in Cannes, southern France, on Wednesday, May 16, 2007. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini) (Andrew Medichini - AP) 

Frears, who has brought several films to Cannes but never won the top prize, offered another motive for holding back the Palme d'Or _ "I'm very, very jealous."
••• "I'm sure I'll get over it," he said.
••• The nine jurors, who also include Nobel Prize-winning Turkish novelist Orhan Pamuk and actresses Maggie Cheung and Toni Collette, will watch, argue and then decide who will take home the trophies when the 60th Cannes festival wraps up May 27.
••• Contenders for the coveted Palme d'Or include Wong Kar-wai's English-language debut, "My Blueberry Nights"; Quentin Tarantino's "Death Proof"; and the Coen brothers' "No Country for Old Men."
••• On Wednesday, the festival's first day, the jury members told a news conference they were all working in harmony _ at least for now.
••• "I will be very curious to see how we all end up _ we start off like this and maybe terrible things will start to come out," said Frears. "So far, so good."
••• The other jurors are French actor-director Michel Piccoli, Mauritanian director Abderrahmane Sissako, Canadian actor-director Sarah Polley, Portuguese actress Maria de Medeiros and Italian director Marco Bellocchio.
••• Jurors said they were undaunted by having to choose a winner from among 22 films in official competition _ although several professed a reluctance to judge fellow film artists.
••• "Film isn't a competitive sport," Polley said.
••• "I think it's more about appreciation than judgment," added Collette.
••• Novelist Pamuk put the jurors' job more poetically.
••• "It's just going to movies with a child's enthusiasm and then saying to daddy, `This is the best one, this is the one I like,'" he said. "That's why it's so much fun."

03 / A h h h . . . Fall in Cannes … no matter if it's in the Spring or Fall, there's mild breezes blow as the warm Mediterranean sun smiles over this beautiful spot on the Cote d'Azur. There you can feel a timeless sensuality, assuaging a nostalgia for the Mediterranean which since as far back as the 16th century has been a constant theme in many a Northern European's life.
"Now give us lands where the olives grow," Cried the North to the South, "Where the sun with a golden mouth can blow blue bubbles of grapes down the vineyard row!" Cried the North to the South. (to borrow a phrase from the English writer Elizabeth Barret Browning).
"Cannes," wrote Charles Lentheric, the indispensable and erudite historian of maritime Provence, in 1880, "is a town where you feel no need to work," and "where the inhabitants were not interested in the world that lay beyond their shady gardens, or the sheltered balconies of their hotels."
Now the world has come to Cannes, chosen it to be their Mediterranean queen for its annual events, and when you stroll along the Croisette on some warm April day you will hardly share Mr. Lenteric's sentiments. Voila! Cannes! It has emerged so cosmopolitan. - Josie Cory

 

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