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Cannes Film Festival Juries

Jury members for 2012



Prior to the beginning of each event, the Festival de Cannes board of directors appoints four juries who will hold sole responsibility for selecting films from the festival crop which will receive the blessing of a Cannes award. Jurors are chosen from all walks of the international film industry, based on their body of work and respect from their peers. In many cases, jury membership (especially the presidency) is bestowed on a kind of 'lifetime achievement award' basis.

Showing Juries for the

Jury du Festival de Cannes

This jury bestows the awards for films in the Compétition section of the festival.

President
Nanni Moretti (Director, Italy)
Jury Members
Ewan McGregor (Actor, United Kingdom)
Jean-Paul Gaultier (Fashion Designer, France)
Diane Kruger (Actress, Germany)
Alexander Payne (Director, USA)
Raoul Peck (Director, Haiti)
Andrea Arnold (Director, United Kingdom)
Hiam Abbass (Director, Palestine)
Emmanuelle Devos (Actress, France)


Jury du Court Métrage

This jury bestows the awards for short films in the Compétition and Cinéfondation sections of the festival.

President
Jean-Pierre Dardenne (Director, Belgium)
Jury Members
Karim Ainouz (Director, Brazil)
Emmanuel Carrère (Writer, France)
Nelson Yu Lik-wai (Cinematographer, China)


Un Certain Regard Jury

This jury bestows the awards for films in the Un Certain Regard section of the festival.

President
Tim Roth (Actor/Director, UK)
Jury Members


Caméra d'Or Jury

This jury selects the winner of the Caméra d'Or award, for best film from a first-time director in the official selection, International Critics' Week, and Directors' Fortnight sections.

President
Carlos Diegues (Director, Brazil)
Jury Members
Gloria Satta (Journalist, Italy)
Rémy Chevrin (Cinematographer, France)
Hervé Icovic (Actor, France)
Michel Andrieu (Writer, France)
Francis Gavelle (Critic, France)
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