Winners, 1980-89

1980

Palme D’or

Kagemusha, director, Akira Kurosawa (Japan); All That Jazz, director, Bob Fosse (U.S.)

Special Jury Prize

My American Uncle, director, Alain Resnais (France)

Actress

Anouk Aimee, Salto nel Vuoto (A Leap into the Void), director Marco Bellocchio (France-Italy)

Actor

Michel Piccoli, Salto nel Vuoto (A Leap into the Void), director Marco Bellocchio (France-Italy)

1981

Feature Films

Special Jury Prize

Light Years Away director, Alain Tanner (Switzerland)

Palme D’or

Man of Iron, director, Andrzej Wajda (Poland)

Actress

Isabelle Adjani in Quartet, director, James Ivory (U.S.)

Actor

Ugo Tognazzi, La Tragedia di un Uomo Ridicolo (Tragedy of a Ridiculous Man), director, Bernardo Bertolucci (Italy)

1982

Palme D’or

Missing, director, Costa-Gavras (U.S.); Yol, director, Yilmaz Guney-Serif Goren (Turkey)

Special Jury Prize

The Night of the Shooting Stars, director, Paolo and Vittorio Taviani (Italy)

Director

Fitzcarraldo, director, Werner Herzog (West Germany)

Actress

Jadwiga Jankowska-Cieslak in Olelkzo Tekinteter (Another Way), director, Karoly Makk (Hungary)

Actor

Jack Lemmon, Missing, director, Costa-Gavras

1983

Palme D’or

Narayama Bushi Ko (The Ballad of Narayama), director Shohei Imamura (Japan)

This year, rather than award a prize for the Best Direction, the jury has unanimously chosen to award a Grand Prize For Creative Filmmaking ex-aequo to: Robert Bresson, L’Argent (France); Andrei Tarkovsky, Nostalghia (Nostalgia) (Italy)

Special Jury Prize

Monty Python’s Meaning of Life director, Terry Jones

Actress

Hanna Shygulla, Storia di Piera (Story of Piera), director, Marco Ferreri (Italy)

Actor

Gian Maria Volonte, La Mort de Mario Ricci (The Death of Mario Ricci), director, Claude Goretta, (Switzerland-France)

1984

Palme D’or

Paris, Texas, director, Wim Wenders, (France/West Germany)

Special Jury Prize

Diary for My Children director, Marta Meszaros (Hungary)

Director

Bernard Tavernier, Une Dimanche a la Campagne (A Sunday in the Country) (France)

Actress

Helen Mirren, Cal, director, Pat O’Connor, (Great Britain/Ireland)

Actor

Alfredo Landa and Francisco Rabal, Los Santos Innocentes (The Holy Innocents), director Mario Camus, Spain

1985

Palme D’or

When Father Was Away on Business, director, Emir Kusturica, Yugoslavia

Special Jury Prize

Birdy, director, Alan Parker (US)

Director

Andre Techine, Rendez-Vous, (France)

Actress

Norma Aleandro, The Official Story, director Luis Puenzo, Argentina; Cher, Mask, director, Peter Bogdanovich (U.S.)

Actor

William Hurt, Kiss of the Spider Woman, director, Hector Babenco (U.S.)

1986

Palme D’or

The Mission, director, Roland Joffe (US-UK)

Special Jury Prize

The Sacrifice director, Andei Tarkovski

Director

Martin Scorsese, After Hours (US)

Actress

Barbara Sukowa, Rosa Luxemburg, director, Margarthe von Trotta (West Germany); Fernanda Torres, I Love You, director, Arnoldo Jabor (Brazil)

Actor

Michel Blanc, Tenue de soiree (Menage) director, Bertrand Blier (France); Bob Hoskins , Mona Lisa, director, Neil Jordan (Ireland)

1987

Palme D’or

Sous Le Soleil de Satan (Under Satan’s Sun/Under the Sun of Satan), Maurice Pialat (France)

Special Jury Prize

Pokayaniye (Repentance), director, Tengis Abuladze (USSR)

Director

Wim Wenders, Wings of Desire (West Germany)

Actress

Barbra Hershey, Shy People, director, Andrei Michalkov-Konchalovsky (U.S.)

Actor

Marcello Mastroianni, Dark Eyes, director, Nikita Mikhalkov (Italy)

1988

Palme D’or

Pelle the Conqueror, director, Bille August (Denmark)

Special Jury Prize

A World Apart director, Chris Menges (US)

Director

Fernando Solanas, Sur (South) (Argentina)

Actress

Collectively: Barbra Hershey, Jodhi May, Linda Mvusi, A World Apart, director, Chris Menges

Actor

Forest Whitaker, Bird, director, Clint Eastwood (U.S.)

1989

Palme D’or

sex, lies and videotape, director, Steven Soderbergh (U.S.)

Special Jury Prize

Too Beautiful for You, director, Bertrand Blier (France); Cinema Paradiso, director, Giuseppe Tornatore (Italy)

Director

Emir Kusturica, Time of the Gypsies (Yugoslavia)

Actress

Meryl Streep, A Cry in the Dark, director, Fred Schepisi, (Australia)

Actor

James Spader, sex, lies and videotape,director, Steven Soderburgh (U.S.)

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