Cannes 2022 is over! Saturday May 28, the jury of the 75th edition of the largest film festival in the world, chaired by Vincent Lindon, delivered its verdict. And it is the film Without filter, by director Ruben Östlund, which was awarded the highest distinction of the prize list, namely the Palme d’or, thus succeeding Titanium by Julia Ducornau in 2021. But if Cannes vibrates for the seventh art, it also celebrates glamor thanks to its essential daily climb(s). And if the photographers are jostling to shoot as many stars as possible every evening in their best finery on the red carpet, it is not uncommon for them to capture a few snapshots, unpremeditated or on the contrary in full release, of our celebrities.
Bérénice Béjo with her wandering hand, Kristen Stewart comes close to a costume accident…
And this edition has not been unworthy in terms of unusual sequences. We note in particular Bérénice Béjo, the hand a little too wandering with Romain Duris, her partner of Coupez!, screened at the opening of the Festival. From François Cluzet playing hide and seek with the photographers, from Tom Hanks taking a selfie while climbing the stairs, or even Andie MacDowell and Helen Mirren dancing on the red carpet, even the goat jumps of Vincent Macaigne, Pierre Niney or the artist JR, a great lover of the exercise. And if you are not satisfied or already nostalgic for Cannes 2022, we have also concocted other best-of slideshows, starting with the one of the most glamorous outfits of this 75th edition.
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The main awards of the prize list
Prize for best short film: The Water Murmurs by Jianying Chen – Special Mention to Abinash Brikram Shah for Lori
Golden camera: War Pony by Gina Gammell & Riley Keough – Special Mention to Hayakawa Chie for Plan 75
Best Actor Award: Song Kang Ho pour Broker, The Good Stars
Jury Prize: equally The Otto Mountains de Charlotte Vandermeersch & Felix Van Groeningen et Eo de Jerzy Skolimowski
Best Actress Award: Zar Amir Ebrahimui in Holy Spider, The Nights of Mashhad
Best Screenplay Award: Boy from Heaven de Tarik Saleh
Staging price: Park Chan-Wook for Decision to Leave
Grand Prize: equally Close about Lukas Dompt and Stars at Noon by Claire Denis
75th Anniversary Special Price: The Dardenne Brothers for Tori and Lokita
Palme d’or : Without Filter by Ruber Östlund