Who will succeed “Titane”, last year’s punk and gore Palme d’Or, in the Croisette? The games were open to all, including a young director questioning masculinity (“Close”) and a South Korean thriller (or even the Dardenne Brothers’ film that could achieve an unprecedented triple), before the closing ceremony which began at 8:30 p.m.

Vincent Lindon, the jury that selected Zar Amir-Ebrahimi as the Best Actress Award winner for her role in “Holy Spider” awarded the award to the Iranian actress Zar Amir Ebrahimi.

Camera d’or awarded the Camera Pony, which recognizes a first film in any category. It is a film about two Native American boys whose fates are intertwined. This first film was presented at Uncertain regard and signed by Gina Gammel, Riley Kough, and the great-granddaughter of Elvis Presley.

“I feel like my body is going to collapse. It’s one the most important films of all time, and it’s an honor to be acknowledged as such. “It’s been a dream since we were little,” Gina Gammel said, as she accepted the award.

She dedicated it in memory of a young actor who had just lost his mother.

“War Pony” focuses on Bill, a 23-year old struggling to make ends met, and Matho, a 12-year-old eager to be a man living in an underprivileged South Dakota neighborhood.

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