Best Actress Award (Cannes Film Festival)
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The Best Actress Award (French: Prix d'interprétation féminine) is an award presented at the Cannes Film Festival. It is chosen by the jury from the 'official section' of films at the festival. It was first awarded in 1946.
Multiple award winners
- Isabelle Huppert (1978, 2001)
- Helen Mirren (1984, 1995)
- Barbara Hershey (1987, 1988)
- Vanessa Redgrave (1966, 1969)
- This year the award was changed to Prix d'Interprétation (Acting Award), without gender differentiation. The entire male and female cast of Bolshaya Semya was recipient of this award (As well as Spencer Tracy for Bad Day at Bad Rock).
- This year the award was changed to Prix d'Interprétation (Acting Award), without gender differentiation.