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Cannes winners in full
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Gus Van Sant's school shootings film, Elephant, topped the winning movies at 2003's Cannes film festival. Here is the list in full:

Palme d'Or (Golden Palm): Elephant, Gus Van Sant, US

Best director: Gus Van Sant, United States, Elephant

Grand Prize: Uzak (Distant), Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Turkey

Jury Prize: At Five in the Afternoon, Samira Makhmalbaf, Iran

Best actors: Muzaffer Ozdemir and Mehmet Emin Toprak, Turkey, Uzak

Best actress: Marie-Josee Croze, Canada, The Barbarian Invasions

Best screenplay: The Barbarian Invasions, Denys Arcand, Canada

Grand Jury Prize: Uzak by Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Turkey

Golden Camera (first-time director): Reconstruction, Christoffer Boe, Denmark

Best short film: Cracker Bag, Glendyn Ivin, Australia

Jury Prize for short film: The Man Without a Head, Juan Solanas, France

Special Mention Camera d'Or (Golden Camera): Osama by Sedigh Barmak (Afghanistan)

First Prize Cinéfondation award: Run Rabbit Run/Bezi Zeko Bezi by Pavle Vuckov, Serbia

Second Prize Cinéfondation award: Story of the Desert by Celia Galan Julve, Spain

Third Prize Cinéfondation award: TV City by Alberto Couceiro and Alejandra Tomei, Argentina, and At That Point... Rebecca by Luciana Jauffred Gorostiza, Argentina

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