Friday, July 1

2008 Awards

2008 Awards, All Movie Awards, Cannes Film Festival, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Camera

2008 Cannes Film Festival – Golden Camera Winner and Nominees

2008 Cannes Film Festival - Golden Camera WinnerHungerSteve McQueenIrish republican Bobby Sands leads the inmates of a Northern Irish prison in a hunger strike.Amazon2008 Cannes Film Festival - Golden Camera NomineesAcnéFederico VeirojAmazonAfterschoolAntonio CamposAmazonBetter ThingsDuane HopkinsAmazonBlind LovesJuraj LehotskyAmazonEverybody Dies But MeValeriya Gay GermanikaAmazonIt's Hard Being Loved by JerksDaniel LeconteAmazonLes grandes personnesAnna NovionAmazonMoscow, BelgiumChristophe Van RompaeyAmazonParkingMong-Hong ChungAmazonSalamanderPablo AgüeroAmazonSalt of This SeaAnnemarie JacirAmazonShultesBakur BakuradzeAmazonSnowAida BegicAmazonSynecdoche, New YorkCharlie KaufmanAmazonThe ChaserHong-jin NaAmazonThe Dead Girl's FeastMatheus NachtergaeleAmazonThe Pleasure of Being RobbedJ...
2008 Awards, All Movie Awards, Cannes Film Festival, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Camera - Special Mention

2008 Cannes Film Festival – Golden Camera – Special Mention Winner and Nominees

2008 Cannes Film Festival - Golden Camera - Special Mention WinnerEverybody Dies But MeValeriya Gay GermanikaOne Monday morning Katya, Vika and Zhanna learn that there will be a school disco, their first disco, on the coming Saturday night. The girls feverishly start preparing for the event, which...Amazon
2008 Awards, All Movie Awards, Cannes Film Festival, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Palm Dog

2008 Cannes Film Festival – Palm Dog Winner and Nominees

2008 Cannes Film Festival - Palm Dog WinnerO'HortenMollyA drama focused on a life-changing moment in 67-year-old train engineer Odd Horten's existence: the evening of his retirement.AmazonWendy and LucyLucyOver the summer, a series of unfortunate happening triggers a financial crisis for a young woman and she soon finds her life falling apart.Amazon
2008 Awards, All Movie Awards, Cannes Film Festival, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Palme d'Or

2008 Cannes Film Festival – Palme d’Or Winner and Nominees

2008 Cannes Film Festival - Palme d'Or WinnerThe ClassLaurent CantetTeacher and novelist François Bégaudeau plays a version of himself as he negotiates a year with his racially mixed students from a tough Parisian neighborhood.Amazon2008 Cannes Film Festival - Palme d'Or Nominees24 CityZhangke JiaAmazonA Christmas TaleArnaud DesplechinAmazonAdorationAtom EgoyanAmazonBlindnessFernando MeirellesAmazonChangelingClint EastwoodAmazonChe: Part OneSteven SoderberghAmazonDeltaKornél MundruczóAmazonFrontier of the DawnPhilippe GarrelAmazonGomorrahMatteo GarroneAmazonIl DivoPaolo SorrentinoAmazonLinha de PasseWalter SallesAmazonLion's DenPablo TraperoAmazonLorna's SilenceJean-Pierre DardenneAmazonMy MagicEric KhooAmazonPalermo ShootingWim WendersAmazonServiceBrillante MendozaAmazonSynecdoche, New Yo...
2008 Awards, All Movie Awards, Cannes Film Festival, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Palme d'Or - Best Short Film

2008 Cannes Film Festival – Palme d’Or – Best Short Film Winner and Nominees

2008 Cannes Film Festival - Palme d'Or - Best Short Film WinnerMegatronAnca PuiuIt's Maxim's birthday. He's 8 years old. He lives together only with his mother in a village not so close to the big city. For his birthday, his mother will take him to Bucharest, to McDonald's. There, Maxim hopes to meet his father.Amazon2008 Cannes Film Festival - Palme d'Or - Best Short Film Nominees411-ZDániel ErdélyiAmazonDe moins en moinsMélanie LaurentAmazonEl deseoMarie BenitoAmazonGood TripJavier PalleiroAmazonJerrycanJulius AveryAmazonLove You MoreSam Taylor-JohnsonAmazonMy Rabit HoppyAnthony LucasAmazonTwo BirdsRúnar RúnarssonAmazon
2008 Awards, All Movie Awards, Cannes Film Festival, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Prize of the Ecumenical Jury

2008 Cannes Film Festival – Prize of the Ecumenical Jury Winner and Nominees

2008 Cannes Film Festival - Prize of the Ecumenical Jury WinnerAdorationAtom EgoyanFor his French-class assignment, a high school student weaves his family history in a news story involving terrorism, and goes on to invite an Internet audience in on the resulting controversy.Amazon