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Un Certain Regard (French pronunciation: [œ̃sɛʁtɛ̃ʁəɡaʁ] , meaning 'a certain glance') is a section of the Cannes Film Festival's official selection. It is run at the salle Debussy, parallel to the competition for the Palme d'Or . This section was introduced in 1978 by Gilles Jacob.

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The section presents 20 films with unusual styles and non-traditional stories seeking international recognition.

Prix Un Certain Regard winners

In 1998, the Prix un certain regard was introduced to the section to recognize young talent and to encourage innovative and daring works by presenting one of the films with a grant to aid its distribution in France. [1]

Since 2005, the prize consists of 30,000 financed by the Groupama GAN Foundation. [2]

YearEnglish / International titleOriginal titleDirectorProduction Country
1998 Killer Tueur à gages Darezhan Omirbaev Kazakhstan, France
1999 Beautiful People Jasmin Dizdar United Kingdom, Bosnia and Herzegovina
2000 Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her Rodrigo García United States
2001 Boyhood Loves Amour d'enfance Yves Caumon France
2002 Blissfully Yours สุดเสน่หา Apichatpong Weerasethakul Thailand
2003 The Best of Youth La meglio gioventù Marco Tullio Giordana Italy
2004 Moolaadé Ousmane Sembène Senegal
2005 The Death of Mr. Lazarescu Moartea domnului Lăzărescu Cristi Puiu Romania
2006 Luxury Car 江城夏日 Wang Chao China, France
2007 California Dreamin' Cristian Nemescu Romania
2008 Tulpan Sergey Dvortsevoy Kazakhstan
2009 Dogtooth Κυνόδοντας Yorgos Lanthimos [3] [4] Greece
2010 Hahaha 하하하 Hong Sang-soo South Korea
2011 Arirang 아리랑 Kim Ki-duk
Stopped on Track Halt auf freier Strecke Andreas Dresen Germany
2012 After Lucia Después de Lucía Michel Franco Mexico
2013 The Missing Picture L'image manquante Rithy Panh Cambodia, France
2014 White God Fehér isten Kornél Mundruczó Hungary, Germany, Sweden
2015 Rams Hrútar Grímur Hákonarson Iceland, Denmark, Poland, Norway
2016 The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki Hymyilevä mies Juho Kuosmanen Finland, Germany, Sweden
2017 A Man of Integrity لِرد Mohammad Rasoulof Iran
2018 Border Gräns Ali Abbasi Sweden
2019 The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão A Vida Invisível de Eurídice Gusmão Karim Aïnouz Brazil
2021 Unclenching the Fists Разжимая кулаки Kira Kovalenko Russia
2022 The Worst Ones Les pires Lise Akoka & Romane Gueret [5] France
2023 How to Have Sex Molly Manning Walker [6] United Kingdom

Other Un Certain Regard awards

YearAwardEnglish titleOriginal titleRecipientCountry
2000 Mention spéciale Me You Them Eu Tu Eles Andrucha Waddington Brazil
2003 Prix le premier regard [7] A Thousand Months Mille mois Faouzi Bensaidi Morocco
Prix du jury Crimson Gold طلای سرخ Jafar Panahi Iran
2004 Prix du regard original [8] Whisky Juan Pablo Rebella, Pablo Stoll Uruguay
Prix du regard vers l'avenir [9] Earth and Ashes خاکستر و خاک Atiq Rahimi Afghanistan
2005 Prix de l'intimité [10] Le filmeur Alain Cavalier France
Prix de l'espoir [11] Delwende S. Pierre Yameogo Burkina Faso
2006 Prix spécial du jury Ten Canoes Rolf de Heer Netherlands, Australia
Prix d'interprétation féminine [12] The Way I Spent the End of the World Cum mi-am petrecut sfârșitul lumii Dorotheea Petre Romania
Prix d'interprétation masculine [13] The Violin El violín Ángel Tavira Mexico
Prix du président du jury [14] Murderers Meurtrières Patrick Grandperret France
2007 Prix spécial du jury Actresses Actrices Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi France, Italy
Coup de cœur du jury [15] The Band's Visit ביקור התזמורת Eran Kolirin Israel
2008 Prix du jury Tokyo Sonata トウキョウソナタ Kiyoshi Kurosawa Japan
Coup de cœur du jury Cloud 9 Wolke Neun Andreas Dresen Germany
Le K.O. du certain regard Tyson James Toback United States
Prix de l'espoir Johnny Mad Dog Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire France
2009 Prix du jury Police, Adjective Polițist, adjectiv Corneliu Porumboiu Romania
Prix spécial du jury ex-aequo No One Knows About Persian Cats کسی از گربه های ایرانی خبر نداره Bahman Ghobadi Iran
Father of My Children Le père de mes enfants Mia Hansen-Løve France
2010 Prix du jury October Octubre Daniel Vega, Diego Vega Peru
Prix d’interprétation féminine The Lips Los LabiosAdela Sánchez, Eva Bianco, Victoria RaposoArgentina
2011 Prix spécial du jury Elena Елена Andrey Zvyagintsev Russia
Prix de la mise en scène Goodbye به امید دیدار Mohammad Rasoulof Iran
2012 Mention spéciale Children of Sarajevo Djeca Aida Begić Bosnia and Herzegovina
Prix spécial du Jury Le grand soir Gustave Kervern, Benoît Delépine France
Prix d'interprétation féminine Laurence Anyways Suzanne Clément Canada
Our Children À Perdre la Raison Emilie Dequenne Belgium
2013 Prix spécial du jury Omar عمر Hany Abu-Assad Palestine
Prix de la mise en scène Stranger by the Lake L'Inconnu du lac Alain Guiraudie France
Prix un talent certain pour l'ensemble des comédiens The Golden Dream La jaula de oroDiego Quemada-DíezMexico
Prix de l’avenir Fruitvale Station Ryan Coogler United States
2014 Prix du jury Force Majeure Ruben Östlund Sweden
Prix spécial du certain regard The Salt of the Earth Le sel de la terre Wim Wenders, Juliano Ribeiro Salgado Germany, Brazil
Prix d'ensemble Party Girl Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger, Samuel Theis France
Prix du meilleur acteur [16] [17] [18] Charlie's Country David Gulpilil Australia
2015 Prix du Jury The High Sun Zvizdan Dalibor Matanic Croatia
Prix de la mise-en-scene Journey to the Shore 岸辺の旅 Kiyoshi Kurosawa Japan
Prix avenir prometteur The Fourth Direction Gurvinder Singh India
Masaan Neeraj Ghaywan
Nahid Ida PanahandehIran
Prix un certain talent The Treasure Comoara Corneliu Porumboiu Romania
2016 Prix du Jury Harmonium 淵に立つ Koji Fukada Japan
Prix de la mise-en-scène Captain Fantastic Matt Ross United States
Prix du meilleur scénario The Stopover Voir du pays Delphine Coulin, Muriel Coulin France
Prix spécial du certain regard The Red Turtle La Tortue rouge Michael Dudok de Wit Netherlands
2017 Prix du Jury April's Daughter Las Hijas de Abril Michel Franco Mexico
Prix d'interprétation féminine Fortunata Jasmine Trinca Italy
Prix de la poésie du cinéma Barbara Mathieu Amalric France
Prix de la mise-en-scène Wind River Taylor Sheridan United States
2018 Prix du Jury The Dead and the Others Chuva é Cantoria na Aldeia dos Mortos João Salaviza, Renée Nader MessoraBrazil, Portugal
Prix du meilleur acteur Girl Victor Polster Belgium
Prix du scénario Sofia Meryem Benm'Barek-Aloïsi
Prix de la mise-en-scène Donbass Sergei Loznitsa Ukraine
2019 Prix du Jury Fire Will Come O que arde Oliver Laxe Spain
Prix d'interprétation féminine On a Magical Night Chambre 212 Chiara Mastroianni France
Prix du meilleur directeur Beanpole Дылда Kantemir Balagov Russia
Prix Coup de cœur du jury The Climb Michael Angelo CovinoUnited States
Prix spécial du jury Liberté Albert Serra Spain
2021 Prix du Jury Great Freedom Große FreiheitSebastian MeiseAustria
Prix d'ensemble Bonne Mère Hafsia Herzi France
Prix de l'originalité Lamb Dýrið Valdimar Jóhannsson Iceland
Prix du Courage La Civil Teodora MihaiBelgium, Mexico, Romania
Mention spéciale Prayers for the Stolen Noche de fuego Tatiana Huezo Mexico
2022 Prix du Jury [5] Joyland Saim Sadiq Pakistan
Prix du meilleur directeur [5] Metronom Alexandru BelcRomania
Best Performance (ex-aequo) [5] Corsage Vicky Krieps Luxembourg
Harka Adam Bessa France
Best Screenplay [5] Mediterranean Fever Maha Haj Palestine
Coup de cœur [5] Rodeo Lola QuivoronFrance
2023 Prix du Jury [6] HoundsLes MeutesKamal LazraqMorocco
Prix du meilleur directeur [6] The Mother of All Lies Kadib Abyad Asmae El Moudir
Freedom Prize [6] Goodbye Julia Mohamed KordofaniSudan
Prix d'ensemble [6] The Buriti FlowerCrowrã João Salaviza, Renée Nader Messora, Cast and CrewBrazil, Portugal
New Voice Prize [6] Omen Augure Baloji Tshiani Democratic Republic of the Congo

References and notes

  1. "Festival de Cannes: Un Certain Regard Prize". festival-cannes.fr. Archived from the original on 22 May 2007.
  2. 2008 Cannes Film Festival, Fondation Groupama GAN
  3. "2009 awards / Un certain regard". Cannes Film Festival. Archived from the original on 13 November 2011.
  4. Hernandez, Eugene (2009-05-23). ""Dogtooth" Wins Top Cannes Un Certain Regard Prize". IndieWIRE . www.indiewire.com. Retrieved 2009-05-23.
  5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 "Un Certain Regard Winners List 2022". festival-cannes.com . 27 May 2022.
  6. 1 2 3 4 5 6 "Un Certain Regard Winners List 2023". festival-cannes.com . 26 May 2023.
  7. The first glance prize
  8. Prize of the original glance
  9. Prize of the glance to the future
  10. Intimacy prize
  11. Prize of hope
  12. Best actress award
  13. Best actor award
  14. Prize of the President of the jury
  15. Jury's hunch
  16. "Gulpilil wins actor gong at Cannes". usanews.com. Archived from the original on 2014-05-27. Retrieved 2014-05-27.
  17. "Gulpilil wins a best actor award at Cannes Film Festival". Abc.net.au. 24 May 2014. Retrieved 27 January 2018.
  18. Bunbury, Stephanie (24 May 2014). "Australian actor David Gulpilil wins best actor award at Cannes Film Festival". The Sydney Morning Herald . Retrieved 27 January 2018.

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