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Jane Fonda receives an award on the back of the Palme d’Or-winning director at the Cannes Film Festival

Jane Fonda receives an award on the back of the Palme d’Or-winning director at the Cannes Film Festival

Jane Fonda and Justin Tritt and the Discord Profile
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A strange scene occurred on Saturday when the movie Anatomy of a waterfall It won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival. Throwing parchment on the back of director Justine Triet, actress Jane Fonda, who is in charge of presenting the award, is only the third woman to direct a film that brought Palma home.

The incident was captured and shared on social media. According to Page Six, the scene occurred after Treat gave her acceptance speech at the Palme d’Or. When I left the pulpit, I forgot the manuscript given to the victors. That’s when Fonda decided to throw it on the director’s back.

Anatomy of a waterfall It soberly chronicles the trial of a widow accused of killing her husband in a chalet in the French Alps.

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Brazilian director Karim Ainouz, whose film Firebrand, recorded in the UK and spoken in English, competed for the Palme d’Or for the first time, despite having already participated in Cannes on other occasions. The film ended up not receiving any awards.

But Brazil did not leave the festival empty-handed. The country won some prizes in parallel exhibitions. a Buriti flower, directed by Joao Salaveza and Rene Nadir Mesora, won Best Ensemble at Un Certain Regard. And LiftsFor director Leila Halle, it received the FIPRESCI Award, also known as the International Critics Award, as the best work in the parallel sections of the festival.

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List of winners of the 2023 Cannes Film Festival
Palme d’Or: Anatomy of a waterfallby Justin Triet
Grand prize: area of ​​interestBy Jonathan Glazer
Best Director: Tran Anhung, Mn La Passion de Duden bouffant
best actor: Koji Yakusho, for his role in Perfect daysBy Wim Wenders
Best Actress: Murphy Dzdar for her role in Koro Otlar Ustune (About dry glasses), written by Nuri Bilge Ceylan
Jury Prize: Colette Leader (Fallen leaves), written by Aki Kaurismäki
Best case scenario: Yuji Sakamoto for his work Kaibutsu (Monster), by Hirokazu Kure-eda
Palme d’Or short film: 27Written by Flora Anna Bouda

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