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Rupert bags Baz


News Corp., Rupert Murdoch's global media conglomerate, used the gala unveiling May 2 of its Fox Studios Australia complex in Sydney to announce a wide-ranging, exclusive multimedia pact with…

Jury rosters


Competition Jury President – Martin Scorsese, Director (U.S.) Alain Corneau, Director (France) Chen Kaige, Director (China) Chiara Mastroianni, Actress (Italy) Lena Olin, Actress (Sweden) Winona…

Winners, 1946-49


1946 Feature Films Grand Prize The Red Earth aka The Earth Will Be Red, directors, Bodil Ipsen and Lau Lauritzen (Denmark); The Lost Weekend, director, Billy Wilder (U.S.); La Symphonie Pastorale…


Winners, 1950-59


1950 Due to lack of funding there was no festival in 1950. A French Film Week was run instead. 1951 Grand Prize Miracolo A Milano, (Miracle in Milan), director, Vittorio De Sica (Italy) and Froken…

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…

Winners, 1970-79


1970 International Grand Prize M*A*S*H*, director, Robert Altman (U.S.) Special Jury Prize Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion, director, Elio Petri (Italy) Director Leo The Last, director…

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…

Winners, 1990-96


1990 Palme D'or Wild at Heart, director, David Lynch (U.S.) Special Jury Prize Tilai, director, Idrissa Ouedraogo (Burkina-Faso); Shi No Toge (String of Death) director, Kohei Oguri (Japan) Director…

Mottola now CEO at Sony


Sony Music Entertainment has upped Thomas D. Mottola to CEO, a promotion that recognizes Mottola's successful efforts to elevate Sony from the middle of the pack, with single-digit market shares, to…

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