Cannes 2009
Palme D'Or award

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The White Ribbon by Austrian director Michael Haneke emerges as the winner of the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival.
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Weisz on her thousand year old film role

British Actress Rachel Weisz talks about her role in the film Agora which tells the story of Hypatia of Alexandria, a female philosopher and atheist, during the rising tide of Christianity in Roman Egypt.

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Rachel Weisz talks about her role in an 'ancient film'.


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62nd CANNES FILM FESTIVAL
Starts Wednesday 13 May
Ends Sunday 24 May
Venues Various
Main prize Palme d'Or
Head of jury Isabelle Huppert
Other awards Grand Prize, Jury Prize, Golden Camera, FIPRESCI Prize

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