Find out who scored the silverware as this year’s festival comes to a close.
It’s all over for another year and the awards have been doled out. The German director Maren Ade arrived in the Cannes competition for the first time with Toni Erdmann – a rumour suggested she was set to unveil the film in the Un Certain Regard strand just one day before the official announcement – and she walks away with perhaps the most universally adored film of the new century.
But no awards. A travesty. Perhaps because the sun shone for the entire runtime of the festival and kept spirits high, this has rightly been deemed one of the stronger competition line-ups of recent times, so even without the bureaucratic business of the awards, this year’s festival will go down as a top vintage.
Below is the full list of award winners at the 2016 festival.
Short film: Timecode by Juanjo Gimanez
Camera d’Or: Divines by Houda Benyamina
Jury Prize: American Honey by Andrea Arnold – Read our review
Best Actor: Shahab Hosseini in The Salesman – Read our review
Best Actress: Jaclyn Jose in Ma’Rosa
Best Screenplay: Asghar Farhadi for The Salesman – Read our review
Grand Prix: It’s Only the End of the World by Xavier Dolan – Read our review
Palme d’Or: I, Daniel Blake by Ken Loach – Read our review
Catch up with all our Cannes 2016 coverage here.
Team LWLies glance back over a strong competition and pick out their hot contenders for glory.
Ken Loach returns to Cannes with a ranty anti-government, anti-bureaucracy screed. Not all of it lands.
Xavier Dolan returns to Cannes with a star-studded ensemble drama about a dysfunctional family. It’s all a bit flat.