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Camera d'Or ex aequo prizes

The Caméra d'Or landed in a tie, to Sulanga Enu Pinisa (The Forsaken Land) by Vimukthi Jayasundara, which had been selected for Un Certain Regard, and Me And You And Everyone We Know by Miranda July, which screened on the Critics' Week program. Abbas Kiarostami and Milla Jovovich had the honor of presenting the prizes...

"I want to thank the Jurors, and thank the Festival for inviting me, said American director Miranda July. I'm still amazed to have gotten all the way here. I must thank the audience, for being so great: adults and children who saw my film were wonderful. I must also thank MK2 and my production company. Getting an award like this for your first film is like having someone tell you, "You're doing fine, you can keep it up." Vimukthi Jayasundara expressed his thanks in this way: "Good evening, and thank you very much to the members of the Jury. This is a Prize for Asia and Sri Lanka, and I'm very proud. Thank you very much!"

At the press conference for the award-winners, Miranda July furthered, “My film comes out in the US in New York on June 17 and in July it comes out in the rest of the country. All the major territories are sold. I'm not sure about Germany, but all the other major ones were sold...This day for me started 15 hours ago in Seattle when I got a phone call that said get in a cab now and go to the airport. I took pictures along the way and this is the film I'm going to show on my website tomorrow morning.”

As for the director Vimukthi Jayasundara from Sri Lanka, “I try to express myself despite a difficult situation I had making this film and it's quite an experimental work.”

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