Festival de Cannes – 52nd Anniversary of the Cannes Film Festival (47x63in)

Year: 1999

French (47x63in)

Concept: Jean-Pierre Gendis/ DDB Les Arts

The Palme d’Or went to the French–Belgian film Rosetta by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne

The following feature films competed for the Palme d’Or:

8½ Women by Peter Greenaway
All About My Mother (Todo sobre mi madre) by Pedro Almodóvar
Cradle Will Rock by Tim Robbins
The Emperor and the Assassin (Jing Ke ci Qin Wang) by Chen Kaige
Felicia’s Journey by Atom Egoyan
Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai by Jim Jarmusch
Humanité (L’humanité) by Bruno Dumont
Kadosh by Amos Gitai
Kikujiro (Kikujirô no natsu) by Takeshi Kitano
The Letter (La lettre) by Manoel de Oliveira
Limbo by John Sayles
Love Will Tear Us Apart (Tin seung yan gaan) by Nelson Yu Lik-wai
Moloch (Molokh) by Alexander Sokurov
The Nanny (La balia) by Marco Bellocchio
No One Writes to the Colonel (El coronel no tiene quien le escriba) by Arturo Ripstein
Our Happy Lives (Nos vies heureuses) by Jacques Maillot
Pola X by Leos Carax
Rosetta by Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne
The Straight Story by David Lynch
Tales of Kish (Ghessé hayé kish) by Abolfazl Jalili, Mohsen Makhmalbaf, Nasser Taghvai
Time Regained (Le temps retrouvé, d’après l’oeuvre de Marcel Proust) by Raúl Ruiz
Wonderland by Michael Winterbottom

The following films were selected to be screened out of competition:

The Barber of Siberia by Nikita Mikhalkov
Dogma by Kevin Smith
EDtv by Ron Howard
Entrapment by Jon Amiel (Special screening)[12]
Farewell, Home Sweet Home (Adieu, plancher des vaches!) by Otar Iosseliani
An Ideal Husband by Oliver Parker
The Limey by Steven Soderbergh
My Best Fiend (Mein liebster Feind) by Werner Herzog

Director: President: David Cronenberg