On the last day of Cannes Film Festival 2017, Pedro Almodovar and his prestigious jury have finally spoken out the final words on the stage which added another successful year to Cannes history.
The likes of Will Smith, Paolo Sorrentino, Jessica Chastain, and much more have brought this annual film festival to closure on Sunday evening by giving away some of the most respected awards in the movie industry.
To count some of the most significant moments, The Beguiled's Sofia Coppola has become the second female filmmaker in the history of Cannes to take home the award for Best Director.
As Sofia wasn't there to attend the ceremony, the jury member Maren Ade read the written statement from her which said: "Thank you to the board for this honor… Thank you to my father, who taught me about writing and directing and for sharing his love of cinema, and to my mother for encouraging me to be an artist, thank you to Jane Campion for being a role model and supporting women filmmakers."
Let's have a look at all of those who've won it big at Cannes 2017.
Director Léonor Serraille has won the Cannes award of Camera d'Or (the best first feature) for the film Jeune Femme.
Directed by Qiu Yang, The Gentle Night tells a tale of a nameless Chinese city, a mother with her daughter missing that refuses to go gentle into this good night.
Two films have shared the award in the Best Screenplay category. First one is directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, The Killing Of A Sacred Deer and the second one to win the title is You Were Never Really Here, directed by Lynne Ramsay.
Directed by Andrei Zvyagintsev, Loveless has won Jury Prize award at the Cannes film festival 2017.
Directed by Fatih Akin, the film In The Fade has won Diane Kruger an award for Best Actress.
Joaquin Phoenix who starred in the film, You Were Never Really Here has won an award for Best Actor at the Cannes 2017.
As we read earlier, Sofia Coppola has made a historical win by becoming the second woman in the legacy of Cannes by winning the Best Director award for The Beguiled.
Directed by Robin Campillo, 120 Beats Per Minute has won an award of the Grand Prix at Cannes.
The titular award of Cannes 70th Anniversary has been given to Nicole Kidman.
Director Östlund, who is best known for his last film, Force Majeure, had gone crazy on the stage when the Palme d'Or was announced. Palme d'Or is said to be one of the most prestigious awards that Cannes film festival has to offer.
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