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Emir Kusturica will be president of the Un Certain Regard jury

The Serbian film-maker Emir Kusturica will be president of the Un Certain Regard jury at the 64th Festival de Cannes, from 11th to 22nd May 2011.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every year, Un Certain Regard, at the very heart of Official Selection, alongside the Competition, presents around twenty films characterised by the originality of their ideas as well as their aesthetic.

Emir Kusturica received the Palme d'Or in 1985 for When Father Was Away on Business. Ten years later, his second Palme d'Or for Underground made him a member of that elite group of directors who have twice been honoured.

Accompanied by a jury made up of artists, journalists and festival directors, Emir Kusturica will award the Prix Un Certain Regard, together with the other festival awards, over the closing weekend.

The 2010 Prix Un Certain Regard was awarded to Hong Sang Soo for Ha Ha Ha, which was recently released in France.

Filmography
 As director Guernica, 1978, short
 The Brides Are Coming (Nevjeste dolaze), 1978, TV film
 Buffet Titanic (Bife Titanik), 1979, TV film
 Do You Remember Dolly Bell? (Sjećaš li se Dolly Bell), 1981
 Nije čovjek ko ne umre, 1984, TV film
 When Father Was Away on Business (Otac na službenom putu), 1985
 Time of the Gypsies (Dom za vešanje), 1988
 Arizona Dream, 1993
 Underground (Podzemlje), 1995
 Black Cat, White Cat (Crna mačka, beli mačor), 1998
 Super 8 Stories, 2001, documentary
 Life Is a Miracle (Život je čudo), 2004
 Promise Me This (Zavet), 2007
 Maradona, 2008, documentary
 Cool Water, 2011
 Tweaker's Delight, 2011
 Wild Roses, Tender Roses, 2012
 As actor The Widow of Saint-Pierre, 2000
 The Good Thief, 2002
 L'affaire Farewell (Farewell), 2010
 
Awards
 1st prize on Student's Film Festival in Karlovy Vary, (1978) for Guernica
 Golden Lion for "Best First Work" in Venice Film Festival, (1981) for Do You Remember Dolly Bell?
 Golden palm Cannes Film Festival, (1985) for When Father Was Away on Business
 FIPRESCI prize Cannes Film Festival, (1985) for When Father Was Away on Business
 Best Foreign Language Academy Award Nomination, (1985) for When Father Was Away on Business
 Best Director award at Cannes Film Festival, (1989) for Time of Gypsies[37]
 Silver Bear at Berlin Film Festival, (1993) for Arizona Dream
 Golden Palm at Cannes Film Festival, (1995) for Underground[38]
 Silver Plate of best documentary at Chicago International Film Festival, (2001) for Super 8 Stories
 Cinema Prize of the French Education System at Cannes Festival (2004) for Life is a Miracle
 Best European Union Film at César Awards, (2005) for Life is a Miracle
 Philippe Rotthier European Architecture Award, (2005) for Küstendorf village in Serbia
 On 10 February 2007, Kusturica received Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, France's highest order in recognition of significant contribution to the arts.
 Emir Kusturica is the winner of the Philippe Rotthier European Architecture Award for his Küstendorf ethnic village project (also called Drvengrad – a “wooden town”) on Mt. Zlatibor, Serbia, in 2005. The prize is awarded every three years by the Brussels Foundation for Architecture.
 In 2004, The Prix de l'Education nationale (National Education Prize) honored Emir Kusturica and his film Život je čudo (Life is a Miracle).

 

 

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