The 75th Cannes Film Festival ends this Saturday evening, and you have planned an aperitif with informed cinephiles?

Twenty-one films will be in competition, and so as not to be totally dropped in the discussion, here is a little reminder of the last ten Palmes d'Or.

Which will allow you to subtly place: "I think it's deserved, yes... but quite frankly, it's not worth the Palme 2012..."

2021 -


by Julia Ducournau (France)

2020 -

Attention, trap: do not mention the Palme 2020, the festival did not take place that year, Covid-19 obliges (if you still make the mistake, say that it was a trap to see if your interlocutors follow).

2019 -


by Bong Joon-ho (South Korea)

2018 -

A Family Affair by

Hirokazu Kore-Eda (Japan)

2017 -

The Square

by Ruben Östlund (Sweden)



I, Daniel Blake

by Ken Loach (Great Britain)

2015 -


by Jacques Audiard (France)

2014 -

Winter Sleep

by Nuri Bilge Ceylan (Turkey)

2013 -

The life of Adele

by Abdellatif Kechiche (France)

2012 -


by Michael Haneke (Austria)

2011 -

The Tree of Life

by Terrence Malick (USA)

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