Winners, 1960-69

1960

Palme D’or

La Dolce Vita, director, Federico Fellini (Italy)

Actress

Melina Mercouri, Never on Sunday, director, Jules Dassin, and Jeanne Moreau, Moderato Cantabile, director Peter Brook.

1961

Palme D’or

Viridiana, director, Luis Bunuel (Spain); Une Aussi Longue Absence (The Long Absence), director, Henri Colpi (France)

Special Jury Prize

Matka Joanna Od Aniolow (Mother Joan of the Angels), director, Jerzy Kawalerowica (Poland)

Director

Yultia Solntseva, who continued the work of Alexander Dovzhenko on his film Povest Plamennykh Let (Story of the Flaming Years), (U.S.S.R.)

Actress

Sophia Loren, Two Women, director, Vittorio De Sica (Italy)

Actor

Anthony Perkins, Aimez-vous Brahms/Goodbye Again, director, Anatole Litvak (U.S.)

1962

Palme D’or

O Pagador De Promessas (The Given Word), Brazil, director Anselmo Duarte

Actors

Katharine Hepburn, Ralph Richardson, Jason Robards, Dean Stockwell, Long Day’s Journey into Night, (U.S.); Sidney Lumet, Rita Tushingham, Murray Melvin, A Taste of Honey, director, Tony Richardson (Great Britain)

1963

Palme D’or

The Leopard, director, Luchino Visconti (Italy)

Special Jury Prize

Seppuku (Harakiri), director, Masaki Kobayashi (Japan)

Actress

Marina Vlady, Una Storia Moderna l’Ape Regina (The Conjugal Bed/Queen Bee), director, Marco Ferreri (Italy).

Actor

Richard Harris, This Sporting Life, director, Lindsay Anderson (Great Britain)

1964

Grand Prize

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, director, Jacques Demy (France)

Special Jury Prize

Woman of the Dunes, director, Hiroshi Teshigahara (Japan)

Actress

Anne Bancroft, The Pumpkin Eater, director, Jack Clayton (Great Britain); Barbara Barrie, One Potato, Two Potato, director, Larry Peerce (U.S.)

Actor

Antal Pager, Pacsirta (The Lark), director, Laszlo Ranody (Hungary); Saro Urzi, Sedotta e abbandonata (Seduced and abandoned), director, Pietro Germi (Italy)

1965

Grand Prize

The Knack … and How to Get It, director, Richard Lester (Great Britain)

Special Jury Prize

Kwaidan, director, Masaki Kobayashi (Japan)

Director

Padurea Spinzuratilor (The Forest of the Hanged), director, Liviu Ciulei (Romania)

Actress

Samantha Eggar, The Collector, director, William Wyler (U.S.)

Actor

Terence Stamp, The Collector, director, William Wyler (U.S.)

1966

Grand Prize

Un Homme Et Une Femme (A Man and a Woman), director, Claude Lelouch (France); Signore E Signori (The Birds, the Bees, and the Italians), director, Pietro Germi (Italy)

Special Jury Prize

Alfie, director, Lewis Gilbert (Great Britain)

Director

Lenin En Poland (Lenin in Poland), director, Sergei Yutkevich (U.S.S.R.)

Actress

Vanessa Redgrave, Morgan!, director, Karel Reisz (Great Britain)

Actor

Per Oscarsson, Sult (Hunger), Denmark, director, A. Henning Carlsen

1967

Grand International Prize

Blow Up, director, Michelangelo Antonioni (Great Britain)

Special Jury Prize

Accident, director, Joseph Losey (Great Britain); Skulpjaci Perja (Happy Gypsies), director, Aleksandar Petrovic (Yugoslavia)

Director

Tizezer Nap, Ten Thousand Suns, director, Ferenc Kosa (Hungary)

Actress

Pia Degermark, Elvira Madigan, director, Bo Wideberg (Sweden)

Actor

Odded Kotler, Three Days and a Child, director, Uri Zobar (Israel)

1968

Due to sociopolitical turmoil, the 1968 festival was halted halfway through. There were, therefore, no awards given.

1969

Grand International Prize

If…, director, Lindsay Anderson (Great Britain)

Direction

Antonio Das Mortes (Antonio Das Mortes), director, Glauber Rocha (Brazil); Vsichni Dobri Rodaci (All My Countrymen), director, Vojtech Jasny (Czechoslovakia)

Actress

Vanessa Redgrave, Isidora, director, Karel Reisz (Great Britain)

Actor

Jean-Louis Trintignant, Z, director, Costa-Gavras (France)

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