Concluding this weekend is the 66th annual Cannes Film Festival and with a jury headed by Steven Spielberg, we’ve got our line-up of winners this Sunday afternoon. First up, the coveted top prize of the Palme d’Or went to Abdellatif Kechiche‘s coming of age lesbian drama Blue Is The Warmest Color, which was recently picked up for a release this year.

The next highest honor of Grand Prix was awarded to Ethan and Joel Coen for their folk tale Inside Llewyn Davis. In the acting categories, Berenice Bejo grabbed top honors for The Past, while Bruce Dern earned a nod for his work in Alexander Payne‘s Nebraska. Check out the full rundown below and click titles for our review where available, and return in the coming days for more reviews and our complete wrap-up.

Palme d’Or

Blue Is The Warmest Color, dir: Abdellatif Kechiche

Grand Prix

Inside Llewyn Davis, Ethan and Joel Coen

Best Director

Amat Escalante, Heli

Jury Prize

Like Father, Like Son, dir: Hirokazu Kore-eda

Best Screenplay

Zhangke Jia, A Touch Of Sin

Best Actress

Bérénice Bejo, The Past

Best Actor

Bruce Dern, Nebraska

Camera d’Or

Ilo Ilo, dir: Anthony Chen

Prize Of Un Certain Regard

The Missing Picture By Rithy Panh

Jury Prize

Omar By Hany Abu-assad

Directing Prize

Alain Guiraudie For Stranger By The Lake

A Certain Talent Prize

For The Ensemble Cast Of La Jaula De Oro By Diego Quemada-diez

Avenir Prize

Fruitvale Station By Ryan Coogler

What do you think of the winners?

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