News // 2018 CANNES CAMERA D'OR JURY ANNOUNCED

Nineteen films will be competing for the Camera d'or prize.



Along with the announcement of the Un Certain Regard jury, headed by Benicio Del Toro, the 71st Cannes Film Festival has announced its Camera d'or jury.


Swiss director Ursula Meier will serve as the Camera d'or jury president, a group composed of 4 women and 3 men.


The Camera d'or prize celebrates a 'first film' by a director. Last year's jury prize went to Jeune Femme (Montparnasse Bienvenue) by Leonor Serraille. The prize will be announced and awarded during the official Closing Ceremony.


The complete Camera d'or jury:


URSULA MEIER

Swiss director


MARIE AMACHOUKELI

French director


IRIS BREY

French-American director, writer, critic


SYLVAIN FAGE

French President of Cinephase


JEANNE LAPOIRIE

French cinematographer


ARNAUD & JEAN-MARIE LARRIEU

French directors & writers

© 2018 by Scottie Knollin.

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