2021 Cannes Film Festival

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2021 Cannes Film Festival
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Official poster of the 74th Cannes Film Festival featuring Jury President Spike Lee.
Opening filmAnnette
Closing filmOSS 117: From Africa With Love
LocationCannes, France
AwardsPalme d'Or (Titane)
No. of films24 (In Competition)
18 (Un Certain Regard)
Festival date6–17 July 2021
Cannes Film Festival

The 74th annual Cannes Film Festival took place from 6 to 17 July 2021,[1] after having been originally scheduled from 11 to 22 May 2021.[2] American director Spike Lee was invited to be the head of the jury for the festival for a second time, after the COVID-19 pandemic in France scuttled plans to have him head the jury of the 2020 Cannes Film Festival.[3]

The Official Selection was announced on 3 June 2021.[4] French film director Leos Carax's musical film Annette was the opening film of the festival.[5] Arthur Harrari's Onoda: 10,000 Nights in the Jungle opened the Un Certain Regard section.[6] The Honorary Palme d'Or was awarded to American actress and filmmaker Jodie Foster, and Italian filmmaker Marco Bellocchio.[7][8]

The Palme d'Or went to Titane, directed by Julia Ducournau, who became the second female director to win the award and the first to win not jointly with another director (in 1993 Jane Campion had won jointly with Chen Kaige).[9] At the awards ceremony on 17 July 2021, jury head Spike Lee made a gaffe by accidentally announcing the festival's top prize winner at the start of the night instead of the end.[10][11]

Mistress of ceremonies was the actress Doria Tillier.[12]


Main competition[edit]

Un Certain Regard[edit]

Caméra d'or[edit]

  • Mélanie Thierry, French actress, Jury President
  • Audrey Abiven, French director of Tri Track (post-synchronization company)
  • Éric Caravaca, French actor and director
  • Romain Cogitore, French director, screenwriter and photographer
  • Laurent Dailland, French director of photography
  • Pierre-Simon Gutman, French critic

Cinéfondation and short films[edit]

Independent juries[edit]

International Critics' Week

L'Œil d'or

Queer Palm

  • Nicolas Maury, French actor and director, Jury President
  • Josza Anjembe, French director, screenwriter and journalist
  • Roxane Mesquida, French actress
  • Vahram Muratyan, French artist and graphic designer
  • Aloïse Sauvage, French actress and singer

Official selection[edit]

In competition[edit]

The following films were selected to compete for the Palme d'Or:[13][14]

English title Original title Director(s) Production countrie(s)
Ahed's Knee הַבֶּרֶךְ‎‎ (Habereḵ) Nadav Lapid Israel, France
Annette (opening film) Annette Leos Carax France, Germany, Belgium
Benedetta (QP) Benedetta Paul Verhoeven France, Netherlands
Bergman Island Mia Hansen-Løve France, Brazil, Germany, Mexico
Casablanca Beats Haut et fort Nabil Ayouch Morocco, France
Compartment No. 6 (QP) Hytti nro 6 Juho Kuosmanen Russia, Finland
The Divide (QP) La Fracture Catherine Corsini France
Drive My Car ドライブ・マイ・カー (Doraibu mai kā) Ryusuke Hamaguchi Japan
Everything Went Fine (QP) Tout s'est bien passé François Ozon France
Flag Day Sean Penn United States
France Bruno Dumont France, Italy, Germany, Belgium
The French Dispatch Wes Anderson United States
A Hero قهرمان (Ghahreman) Asghar Farhadi Iran
Lingui, The Sacred Bonds Mahamat Saleh Haroun Chad, Belgium, France, Germany
Memoria Apichatpong Weerasethakul Colombia, France, Germany, Mexico, Thailand, United Kingdom
Nitram Justin Kurzel Australia
Paris, 13th District (QP) Les Olympiades Jacques Audiard France
Petrov's Flu Петровы в гриппе (Petrоvy v grippe) Kirill Serebrennikov Russia, Germany, Switzerland, France
Red Rocket Sean Baker United States
The Restless Les Intranquilles Joachim Lafosse Belgium, France
The Story of My Wife A feleségem története Ildikó Enyedi Hungary, France, Germany, Italy
Three Floors Tre piani Nanni Moretti Italy, France
Titane (QP) Julia Ducournau France, Belgium
The Worst Person in the World Verdens verste menneske Joachim Trier Norway, Sweden, Denmark
(QP) indicates film in competition for the Queer Palm.

Un Certain Regard[edit]

The following films were selected to compete in the Un Certain Regard section:[14]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
After Yang Kogonada United States
Blue Bayou Justin Chon United States
Bonne mère Hafsia Herzi France
Commitment Hasan Bağlılık Hasan Semih Kaplanoğlu Turkey
Freda (CdO) Gessica Généus Haiti
Streetwise (CdO) Gaey wa'r Jiazuo Na China
Great Freedom (QP) Große Freiheit Sebastian Meise Austria
House Arrest Дело (Delo) Aleksey German, Jr. Russia
The Innocents De uskyldige Eskil Vogt Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, United States
La Civil (CdO) Teodora Mihai Belgium, Mexico, Romania
Lamb (CdO) Dýrið Valdimar Jóhannsson Iceland, Poland, Sweden
Let It Be Morning ויהי בוקר Eran Kolirin Israel
Moneyboys (CdO, QP) C.B. Yi Austria, Belgium, France, Taiwan
My Brothers and I (CdO) Mes frères et moi Yohan Manca France
Onoda: 10,000 Nights in the Jungle (opening film) Onoda, 10 000 nuits dans la jungle Arthur Harari France, Germany, Belgium, Italy
Prayers for the Stolen Noche de fuego Tatiana Huezo Mexico
Rehana Maryam Noor রেহানা মরিয়ম নূর Abdullah Mohammad Saad Bangladesh
Playground (CdO) Un monde Laura Wandel Belgium
Unclenching the Fists Разжимая кулаки (Razzhimaja kulaki) Kira Kovalenko Russia
Women Do Cry (QP) Жените плачат (Zhenite plachat) Vesela Kazakova, Mina Mileva Bulgaria, France
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as a feature directorial debut.
(QP) indicates film in competition for the Queer Palm.

Out of competition[edit]

The following films were selected to be screened out of competition:[14]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Aline, the Voice of Love Aline Valérie Lemercier Canada, France
BAC Nord Cédric Jimenez France
Emergency Declaration 비상선언 (Bisangseongeon) Han Jae-rim South Korea
OSS 117: From Africa with Love (closing film) OSS 117 : Alerte rouge en Afrique noire Nicolas Bedos France
Peaceful De son vivant Emmanuelle Bercot France
Stillwater Tom McCarthy United States
The Velvet Underground Todd Haynes United States
Where Is Anne Frank Ari Folman Israel
Midnight screenings
Bloody Oranges Oranges sanguines Jean-Christophe Meurisse France
Suprêmes Audrey Estrougo France
Tralala Arnaud Larrieu, Jean-Marie Larrieu France

Cannes Premiere[edit]

The following films were selected to be screened in the Cannes Premiere section:[14][15]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Belle Belle: Ryū to Sobakasu no Hime (竜とそばかすの姫) Mamoru Hosoda Japan
Cow Andrea Arnold United Kingdom
Deception Tromperie Arnaud Desplechin France
Evolution Evolúció Kornél Mundruczó Hungary
Hold Me Tight Serre-moi fort Mathieu Amalric France
In Front of Your Face 당신의 얼굴 앞에서 Hong Sang-soo South Korea
Jane by Charlotte (CdO) Jane par Charlotte Charlotte Gainsbourg France
JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass Oliver Stone United States
Love Songs for Tough Guys Cette musique ne joue pour personne Samuel Benchetrit France
Marx Can Wait Marx può aspettare Marco Bellocchio Italy
Mothering Sunday Eva Husson United Kingdom
Val Ting Poo, Leo Scott United States
Vortex Gaspar Noé Argentina, Italy
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as a feature directorial debut.

Special Screenings[edit]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Mariner of the Mountains O Marinheiro das Montanhas Karim Aïnouz Brazil
Black Notebooks Shlomi Elkabetz Israel
Babi Yar. Context Sergei Loznitsa Netherlands,[16] Ukraine
Mi iubita, mon amour (CdO) Noémie Merlant France
New Worlds, The Cradle of a Civilization Andrew Muscato Greece, United States
Les Héroïques (CdO) Maxime Roy France
Are You Lonesome Tonight? (CdO) Wen Shipei China
H6 (CdO) Yé Yé France
The Year of the Everlasting Storm Jafar Panahi, Anthony Chen, Malik Vitthal, Laura Poitras, Dominga Sotomayor Castillo, David Lowery, Apichatpong Weerasethakul Iran, Singapore, United States, Chile, Thailand
Revolution of Our Times[17] Kiwi Chow Hong Kong
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as a feature directorial debut.

Cinema for the Climate[edit]

Ephemeral section of films about environment:

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Above Water Marcher sur l'eau Aïssa Maïga Niger, France
Animal Cyril Dion France
Bigger Than Us Flore Vasseur France
The Crusade La Croisade Louis Garrel France
I Am So Sorry Zhao Liang China, France
Invisible Demons Rahul Jain India
La Panthère des neiges Marie Amiguet France

Short films[edit]

Out of 3,739 entries, the following films were selected to compete for the Short Film Palme d'Or.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
North Pole Severen Pol Marija Apcevska North Macedonia, Serbia
Displaced Pa Vend Samir Karahoda Kosovo
In the Soil Det er i jorden Casper Kjeldsen Denmark
Orthodontics Mohammadreza Mayghani Iran
The Right Words (QP) Haut les coeurs Adrian Moyse Dullin France
Through the Haze Noite turva Diogo Salgado Portugal
Sideral Carlos Segundo Brazil, France
All the Crows in the World Tang Yi Hong Kong
August Sky Céu de Agosto Jasmin Tenucci Brazil, Iceland
Absence Xue Yun Wu Lang China
(QP) indicates film in competition for the Queer Palm.


The Cinéfondation section focuses on films made by students at film schools. The following 17 entries (13 live-action and 4 animated films) were selected out of 1,835 submissions. Four of the films selected represent schools participating in Cinéfondation for the first time.

English title Original title Director(s) School
Billy Boy (QP) Sacha Amaral Universidad Nacional de las Artes, Argentina
Love Stories on the Move Prin oraș circulă scurte povești de dragoste Carina-Gabriela Dașoveanu UNATC I.L.Caragiale, Romania
The Salamander Child L'enfant salamandre Théo Degen INSAS, Belgium
Beasts Among Us Bestie wokół nas Natalia Durszewicz Łódź Film School, Poland
The Cat from the Deep Sea Oyogeruneko Huang Menglu Musashino Art University, Japan
Other Half Lina Kalcheva NFTS, United Kingdom
Night Visit הביקור Mya Kaplan Tel Aviv University, Israel
Bill and Joe Go Duck Hunting Auden Lincoln-Vogel University of Iowa, United States
Frida (QP) Aleksandra Odić DFFB, Germany
Red Shoes Rudé boty Anna Podskalská FAMU, Czech Republic
The Fall of the Swift (QP) La Caída del vencejo Gonzalo Quincoces ESCAC, Spain
Cantareira Rodrigo Ribeyro Academia Internacional de Cinema, Brazil
Fonica M-120 Olivér Rudolf SZFE, Hungary
Free Men Frie Mænd Óskar Kristinn Vignisson Den Danske Filmskole, Denmark
King Max (QP) Adèle Vincenti-Crasson La Fémis, France
Saint Android Lukas Von Berg Film Academy Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Cicada (QP) Yoon Daewoen K-ARTS, South Korea
(QP) indicates film in competition for the Queer Palm.

Cannes Classics[edit]

The full line-up for the Cannes Classics section was announced on 22 June 2021.[18]


English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Black Orpheus (1959) Orfeu Negro Marcel Camus France, Brazil, Italy
The Cassandra Cat (1963) Až přijde kocour Vojtěch Jasný Czechoslovakia
Dancing in the Dust (1989) Bal Poussière Henri Duparc Ivory Coast
Dear Louise (1972) Chère Louise Philippe de Broca France, Italy
Demon Pond (1979) 夜叉ケ池 / Yashagaike Masahiro Shinoda Japan
Diary for My Children (1983) Napló gyermekeimnek Márta Mészáros Hungary
The Double Life of Veronique (1991) La Double vie de Véronique Krzysztof Kieślowski France, Poland, Norway
F for Fake (1973) Orson Welles France, Iran, West Germany
The Flowers of St. Francis (1950) Francesco, giullare di Dio Roberto Rossellini Italy
The Fourteenth Day (1960) Дан четрнаести / Dan četrnaesti Zdravko Velimirović Yugoslavia
Friendship's Death (1987) Peter Wollen United Kingdom
The Hussy (1978) La Drôlesse Jacques Doillon France
I Know Where I'm Going! (1945) Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger United Kingdom
The Killing Floor (1985) Bill Duke United States
Letter from an Unknown Woman (1948) Max Ophüls United States
Lumumba, Death of a Prophet (1990) Lumumba, la mort d'un prophète Raoul Peck France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Haiti
The Moon has Risen (1955) 月は上りぬ / Tsuki wa noborinu Kinuyo Tanaka Japan
Mulholland Drive (2001) David Lynch United States, France
Murder in Harlem (1935) Oscar Micheaux United States
Not Delivered (1957) Échec au porteur Gilles Grangier France
The Path (1958) El Camino Ana Mariscal Spain
Path of Hope (1950) Il Cammino della speranza Pietro Germi Italy
Repentance (1987) მონანიება / Monanieba Tengiz Abuladze Soviet Union (Georgia)
The War Is Over (1966) La Guerre est finie Alain Resnais France


English title Original title Director(s) Production country
All About Yves Montand Montand est à nous Yves Jeuland France
Buñuel, un cineasta surrealista Javier Espada Spain
Flickering Ghosts of Love Gone By Et j'aime à la fureur André Bonzel France
Oscar Micheaux - The Superhero of Black Filmmaking Francesco Zippel Italy
Satoshi Kon, l'illusioniste Pascal-Alex Vincent France, Japan
The Storms of Jeremy Thomas Mark Cousins United Kingdom
The Story of Film: A New Generation Mark Cousins United Kingdom

Cinéma de la plage[edit]

The following films have been selected to be screened out of competition, in the "Cinéma de la plage" section.

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Amélie Le Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain Jean-Pierre Jeunet France
Black Cat, White Cat Crna mačka, beli mačor Emir Kusturica FR Yugoslavia, France, Germany
David Byrne's American Utopia Spike Lee United States
F9 Justin Lin United States
In the Mood for Love 花樣年華 (Fa yeung nin wa) Wong Kar-wai Hong Kong
JFK (Director's cut) Oliver Stone United States
Lovers Rock Steve McQueen United Kingdom, United States
Scarecrow Jerry Schatzberg United States
The Summit of the Gods Le Sommet des Dieux Patrick Imbert France, Luxembourg
Tom Medina Tony Gatlif France

Parallel sections[edit]

International Critics' Week[edit]

The following films were selected to be screened in the International Critics' Week.


English title Original title Director(s) Production country
The Gravedigger's Wife (CdO) Khadar Ayderus Ahmed Finland, Germany, France
Feathers (CdO) Omar El Zohairy France, Egypt, Netherlands, Greece
Olga (CdO) Elie Grappe Switzerland, Ukraine, France
Zero Fucks Given (CdO) Rien à foutre Julie Lecoustre, Emmanuel Marre France, Belgium
Libertad (CdO) Clara Roquet Spain, Belgium
Small Body (CdO) Piccolo Corpo Laura Samani Italy, France, Belgium
Amparo (CdO) Simón Mesa Soto Colombia, Sweden, Germany, Qatar
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as a feature directorial debut.

Short films[edit]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Safe Ian Barling United States
Intercom 15 Interfon 15 Andrei Epure Romania
On Solid Ground (QP) Über Wasser Jela Hasler Switzerland
Lili Alone Duo Li Zou Jing China, Hong Kong, Singapore
Inherent Nicolai G.H. Johansen Denmark
Soldat noir Jimmy Laporal-Trésor France
Noir-soleil Marie Larrivé France
Brutalia, Days of Labour (QP) Manolis Mavris Greece, Belgium
If It Ain't Broke Ma Shelo Nishbar Elinor Nechemya Israel
An Invitation Fang Ke Hao Zhao, Yeung Tung China
(QP) indicates film in competition for the Queer Palm.

Special screenings[edit]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Anaïs in Love (60th anniversary special screening) (CdO) (QP) Les Amours d'Anaïs Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet France
A Tale of Love and Desire (closing film) Une histoire d'amour et de désir Leyla Bouzid France
A Radiant Girl (CdO) Une jeune fille qui va bien Sandrine Kiberlain France
Bruno Reidal, Confession of a Murderer (CdO) (QP) Bruno Reidal Vincent Le Port France
Robust (opening film) (CdO) Robuste Constance Meyer France
Softie (QP) Petite Nature Samuel Theis France
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as a feature directorial debut.
(QP) indicates film in competition for the Queer Palm.


Films from Morelia International Film Festival:

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Bisho Pablo Giles Mexico
A Face Covered with Kisses Un rostro cubierto de besos Mariano Renteria Garnica Mexico
La Oscuridad Jorge Sistos Moreno Mexico
Pinky Promise Indra Villaseñor Amador Mexico

Directors' Fortnight[edit]

The following films were selected to be screened in the Directors' Fortnight section:[19]


English title Original title Director(s) Production country
A Chiara Jonas Carpignano Italy, United States
A Night of Knowing Nothing (CdO) Payal Kapadia India
Ali & Ava Clio Barnard United Kingdom
Clara Sola (CdO) Nathalie Álvarez Mesén Sweden, Costa Rica
A Brighter Tomorrow (CdO) De bas étage Yassine Qnia France
Journal de Tûoa, The Tsugua Diaries Diários de Otsoga Miguel Gomes, Maureen Fazendeiro Portugal
The Employer and the Employee El empleado y el patron Manuel Nieto Zas Uruguay
The Braves Entre les vagues Anaïs Volpé France
Europa Haider Rashid Italy
Futura Pietro Marcello, Francesco Munzi, Alice Rohrwacher Italy
Întregalde Radu Muntean Romania
Hit the Road (CdO) جاده خاکی (Jadde khaki) Panah Panahi Iran
Magnetic Beats (CdO) Les Magnétiques Vincent Maël Cardona France
The Hill Where Lionesses Roar (CdO) (QP) Luaneshat e kodrës Luàna Bajrami France, Kosovo
Medusa Anita Rocha da Silveira Brazil
Our Men Mon légionnaire Rachel Lang France, Belgium
Murina (CdO) Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović Croatia, United States, Brazil
Neptune Frost (QP) Saul Williams, Anisia Uzeyman Rwanda, United States
Between Two Worlds Ouistreham Emmanuel Carrère France
The Tale of King Crab Re Granchio Alessio Rigo de Righi, Matteo Zoppis Italy, Argentina, France
Returning to Reims (Fragments) (QP) Retour à Reims (Fragments) Jean-Gabriel Périot France
The Souvenir Part II Joanna Hogg United States, United Kingdom, Ireland
Ripples of Life Yong an zhen gu shi ji Shujun Wei China
The Sea Ahead (CdO) البحر أمامكم Ely Dagher Lebanon, Belgium, United States, Qatar
(CdO) indicates film eligible for the Caméra d'Or as a feature directorial debut.
(QP) indicates film in competition for the Queer Palm.

Special screenings[edit]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Monrovia, Indiana Frederick Wiseman United States
The Souvenir Joanna Hogg United Kingdom, United States

Short and medium-length films[edit]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
The Vandal Eddie Alcazar United States
When Night Meets Dawn Când noaptea se întâlnește cu zorii Andreea Cristina Borțun Romania
Simone Is Gone (QP) Simone est partie Mathilde Chavanne France
The Parents' Room Diego Marcon Italy
The Windshield Wiper Alberto Mielgo Spain
Anxious Body Yoriko Mizushiri Japan, France
Sycorax Lois Patiño, Matías Piñeiro Spain
The Sidereal Space El Espacio sideral Sebastián Schjaer Argentina
Train Again Peter Tscherkassky Austria
(QP) indicates film in competition for the Queer Palm.


Official awards[edit]

In Competition[edit]

The following awards were presented for films shown In Competition:[20][21]

Un Certain Regard[edit]

Golden Camera[edit]

Short Films[edit]

  • Short Film Palme d'Or: All the Crows in the World by Tang Yi
  • Special Mention: August Sky by Jasmin Tenucci


  • First Prize: The Salamander Child by Théo Degen
  • Second Prize: Cicada by Yoon Daewoen
  • Third Prize:
    • Love Stories on the Move by Carina-Gabriela Daşoveanu
    • Cantareira by Rodrigo Ribeyro

Honorary Palme d'Or[edit]

Independent awards[edit]

FIPRESCI Prizes[edit]

Ecumenical Prize[edit]

International Critics' Week[edit]

  • Nespresso Grand Prize: Feathers by Omar El Zohairy
  • Leitz Cine Discovery Prize for Short Film: Lili Alone by Zou Jing
  • Louis Roederer Foundation Rising Star Award: Sandra Melissa Torres for Amparo

Directors' Fortnight[edit]

  • Europa Cinemas Label Award for Best European Film: A Chiara by Jonas Carpignano
  • SACD Award for Best French-language Film: Magnetic Beats by Vincent Maël Cardona
  • Carrosse d'Or: Frederick Wiseman

L'Œil d'or[edit]

Queer Palm[edit]

Prix François Chalais[edit]

Cannes Soundtrack Award[edit]

Palm Dog[edit]

Trophée Chopard[edit]

CNC Development Support for Best Project in La Résidence

  • Saleh Kashefi for the project "Mammad"
  • Inbar Horesh for the project "Birth Right"


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