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CANNES 2022 Awards

All That Breathes scoops Cannes’ Golden Eye

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- CANNES 2022: The film by India’s Shaunak Sen has taken home the award for the best documentary screened at the festival; Mariupolis 2 by the late Mantas Kvedaravicius snagged a Special Mention

All That Breathes scoops Cannes’ Golden Eye
All That Breathes by Shaunak Sen

Run by SCAM and serving to single out the best documentaries screened in the various selections on the Croisette at the 75th Cannes Film Festival, the Golden Eye Award, handed out this year by a jury chaired by Polish filmmaker Agnieszka Holland (who was flanked by Iryna Tsilyk, Pierre Deladonchamps, Alex Vicente and Hicham Falah), has been conferred upon All That Breathes [+see also:
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by India’s Shaunak Sen.

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Originally premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and presented at Cannes as a Special Screening in the Official Selection, the film was produced by India’s Kiterabbit Films together with UK outfit Rise Films. Its international sales are overseen by US sales agent Submarine Deluxe.

A Special Mention was granted to Mariupolis 2 [+see also:
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by late Lithuanian filmmaker Mantas Kvedaravicius (who was recently killed in Ukraine). Also shown at Cannes as a Special Screening in the Official Selection, the documentary was produced by France’s Easy Riders Films, Lithuania’s Studio Uljana Kim and Extimacy Films, and Germany’s Twenty Twenty Vision Filmproduktion, with The Match Factory taking charge of its international sales.

Also worth pointing out among the prizes handed out is the Arthouse Cinemas Award, which was bestowed upon Triangle of Sadness [+see also:
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interview: Ruben Östlund
interview: Ruben Östlund
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by Sweden’s Ruben Östlund, with a Special Mention singling out Eo [+see also:
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by Poland’s Jerzy Skolimowski.

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(Translated from French)

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