The 69th annual 11-day festival, held in France, awarded its top honors on Sunday, coming to a close until next May.
I, Daniel Blake, directed by Ken Loach, 79, was awarded the Palme d’Or, the festival’s highest prize. The film follows the welfare battle of a 59-year-old Englishman who becomes ill shortly before meeting a struggling single mother. Loach has won the Palme once before, for 2006’s Cillian Murphy-starring drama The Wind That That Shakes the Barley.
Other big winners include 42-year-old Iran native Shahab Hosseini, who took Best Actor for his turn in thriller The Salesman, and the Shia LaBeouf-starring film American Honey, which nabbed the Jury Prize.
21 films were screened as part of the festival’s Competition selection.
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See the full winner’s list, below.
Palme d’Or: the U.K.’s I, Daniel Blake
Grand Prize: Xavier Dolan, Canada-France’s It’s Only the End of the World
Best Director: Olivier Assayas, France’s Personal Shopper, and Cristian Mungiu, Romania’s Graduation
Best Actor: Shahab Hosseini, Iran’s The Salesman
Best Actress: Jaclyn Jose, the Philippines’ Ma ‘Rosa
Best Screenplay: Asghar Farhadi, Iran’s The Salesman
Jury Prize: Andrea Arnold, the U.S. and U.K.’s American Honey