‘Close’ by Lucas Dhont and ‘Stars at Noon’ by Claire Dennis win Palma d’Oro


South Korean Park Chan-wook, with “Decision to Leave”, won Best Direction

Luke Dhont.
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  • Cannes Claire Dennis crashes herself on ‘Stars at Noon’

Lucas Dhonte’s ‘Close’ You ‘Afternoon Stars’ de Claire Denis Palme d’Ory is won uniformly At the Cannes Film Festival.

Brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Darden, The winners of two Palms d’Or for “Rosetta” (1999) and “L’Enfant” (2005) received this Saturday a special prize for “Tori and Lokita”.

South Korean Park Chan-wook, With “Decision to Leave”, he won the Best Director award at the 75th edition of the Cannes International Film Festival today.

south korean actor Song Kang-ho Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda’s “Broker” won the Best Male Performance award at the Cannes Film Festival this Saturday.

Song plays a man involved in baby trafficking. Fetish actor of his compatriot Bong Joon-ho, he became known for his performance in the film “Parasite” in 2019, which won Palme d’Or in 2019.

“The Boy of Heaven” from the Egyptian Dance Tariq Saleh It has won the Best Screenplay Award.

Iranian actress Tsar Amir Ibrahimi The Female Acting Award was won by Ali Abbasi for her role in “Holy Spider” this Saturday.

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