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In pictures: Cannes awards
US director Michael Moore accepts the Palme d'Or
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Michael Moore became the first documentary maker since Jacques Cousteau to win the top prize at Cannes.
Hong Kong actress Maggie Cheung arrives for the closing ceremony
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The best actress award went to Maggie Cheung from Hong Kong for her performance as a junkie in the film Clean.
British actor Tim Roth awards Israeli director Keren Yedeya the Camera d'Or prize
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Israeli director Keren Yedeya's Or, the story of a prostitute mother and her daughter living in Tel Aviv, won her the Camera d'Or prize for best film-making debut.
Japanese film director Hirokazu Koreeda accepts the best actor award on behalf of Yagira Yuya for their film Nobody Knows
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Yagira Yuuya, a 14-year-old Japanese boy, was named best actor for his role in the film Nobody Knows, but the award was collected in his absence by director Hirokazu Koreeda.
Tony Gatlif accepts the award for best director for his film Exiles
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Algerian-born French film-maker Tony Gatlif won the director's award for Exiles, his road-trip movie about a couple on a journey from France to Algeria.
US film director and jury president Quentin Tarantino takes his place onstage for the closing ceremony
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Kill Bill director Quentin Tarantino fulfilled a long-held dream of chairing the jury at the Cannes film festival.
Thai director Apichatpong Weerasethakul (L) and actor Sakda Kaewbuadee accept the Jury Prize for the film Tropical Malady
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The Jury Prize went to the Thai film Tropical Malady, accepted by director Apichatpong Weerasethakul and actor Sakda Kaewbuadee.


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