# Cinema and series
The 75th edition of the Cannes Film Festival, its 75th edition for 2022, has come to an end and the full list of winners has been announced as follows:
Swedish director Robin Austland won the second “Golden Palm” award on Saturday for his film “Triangle of Saturn”, which presents the satire of the super-rich, in a work of the most entertaining character in the competition.
Claire Denis’ “The Stars at Noon” and Belgian director Luca’s “Close” share the Grand Prix in Cannes.
The Chinese film “THE WATER MURMURS” won the Palme d’Or Award for short films, and the award was presented by Egyptian director Yusri Nasrallah, chairman of the short film jury.
Also at the 75th Cannes International Film Festival, the Ukrainian dog “Patron” was awarded the “Palm Dog” or Golden Palm Award for Animal Search.
The Japanese film “Plan 75”, directed by C Haikawa, who won the Golden Camera Award at the Cannes Film Festival, is set in a future where euthanasia for those over 75 will be legally and indirectly encouraged.
Iranian actress Zahra Amir Ibrahimi won the Best Actress award for her role in “Holy Spider” directed by Ali Abbas.
“BOY FROM HEAVEN” won Best Screenplay at the Cannes Film Festival, directed by Swedish director Tarek Saleh of Egyptian descent.
Korean star Song Kong-ho won the Best Actor award at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival for his role in “Broker” directed by Ida Hirokasu.
The Polish film “EO” won the Grand Jury Prize.
“Eight Mountains” won the Grand Jury Prize along with “EO”.
Korean director Park San-wook won the Best Director award for “Outgoing End”.
Tory and Lokita won the Cannes Film Festival’s annual award, marking the festival’s 75th anniversary.
What a look from the competition prize
On the other hand, the festival was announced, with the competition judging panel headed by actress, director and producer Valeria Collino, which also includes: director Debra Chronic, actress Jonah College, actor and singer Benjamin Beauley, actor and producer Edgar Ramirez and the winners. :
The prize for “From a Look” went to “The Worst” directed by Liz Agoka and Romain Gerrit.
Jury Prize for “Joyland” Directed by Sim Zodek
Best Director Award for Alexandre Belek for “Limtronome”.
Award for Best Performance (shared) to Vicky Gripps for “Wiring a Corsage”, and Adam Pessa for “Heartburn”.
Award for Best Screenplay for “Mediterranean Fever” directed by Palestinian Maha Al-Haj.
Rodeo “Coupe de Core”, directed by Lola Cuvoron.
It is noteworthy that 18 films from around the world’s top directors competed in the official competition of the 75th Cannes Film Festival.
The jury selected the winners of the 75th Awards, in addition to Linden, British actress Rebecca Hall, who appeared in “Vicky Christina Barcelona”, Swedish actress Nomi Rabas, Iranian director Oscar Farhati, Frenchman Ludge, and Joachim Trier.