Cannes 2011 : Palme d’Or and Acting-prizes odds

Published on: May 22nd, 2011


 


Dimanche, 22nd May ………………….. winners are underlined
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Final Predictions
Palme d’Or … Le Havre, Aki Kaurismäki
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dangers: The Artist; Once Upon a Time in Anatolia;
The Tree of Life; The Skin I Live In
Grand Prix … The Artist, Michel Hazanavicius
Best director … Terrence Malick, Tree of Life
Best screenplay … Once Upon a Time in Anatolia (3 writers)
Best actor … Antonio Banderas, The Skin I Live In
… dangers: Jean Dujardin, Sean Penn.
Best actress … Tilda Swinton, We Need to Talk About Kevin
dangers: Kirsten Dunst, Emily Browning.
Jury Prize … Footnote, Joseph Cedar -&- Drive, Nicolas Winding Refn
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To win the Palme d’Or
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3-1 : A.Kaurismäki’s Le Havre
11-2 : M.Hazanavicius’ The Artist
11-2 : N.B.Ceylan’s Once Upon a Time in Anatolia
7-1 : T.Malick’s The Tree of Life
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10-1 : P.Almodóvar’s The Skin I Live In
14-1 : The Dardenne brothers The Kid with a Bike
16-1 : L.Ramsay’s We Need to Talk About Kevin
16-1 : N.W.Refn’s Drive
18-1 : M.Schleinzer’s Michael
18-1 : P.Sorrentino’s This Must Be the Place
25-1  : L.von Trier’s Melancholia
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35-1 : N.Kawase’s Hanezu
35-1 : B.Bonello’s House of Tolerance
40-1 : J.Cedar’s Footnote
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80-1 : J.Leigh’s Sleeping Beauty
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100-1 : N.Moretti’s We Have A Pope (aka Habemus Papam)
125-1 : R.Mihaileanu’s The Source
150-1 : T.Miike’s Hara-Kiri: The Death of a Samurai
150-1 : A.Cavalier’s Pater
150-1 : Maiwenn’s Poliss

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betting-guide article (23rd April)
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odds archive
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Best Actor
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5/1 : Antonio Banderas, The Skin I Live In
6/1 : Jean Dujardin, The Artist
7/1 : Sean Penn, This Must Be the Place
10/1 : Michel Piccoli, Habemus Papem
10/1 : Thomas Doret, The Kid with a Bike (~~~ Jérémie Renier)
12/1 : Ryan Gosling, Drive (~~~ Albert Brooks, Bryan Cranston, Ron Perlman)
12/1 : Michael Fuith, Michael (~~~ David Rauchenberger)
14/1 : Brad Pitt, The Tree of Life (~~~ Hunter McCracken)
16/1 : Shlomo Bar’Aba, Footnote (~~~ Lior Ashkenazi, Micah Lewensohn, or “the ensemble”)
22/1 : Yılmaz Erdoğan, Once Upon a Time in Anatolia (~~~ Taner Birsel and/or Muhammet Uzuner)
22/1 : André Wilms, Le Havre (~~~ Blondin Miguel, Jean-Pierre Darroussin, or “the ensemble”)
25/1 : Vincent Lindon, Pater (~~~ Alain Cavalier)
40/1 : Joeystarr, Poliss
40/1 : Ezra Miller, We Need to Talk About Kevin (~~~ John C Reilly)
50/1 : Ebizô Ichikawa, Hara-Kiri: The Death of a Samurai
50/1 : Tohta Komizu, Hanezu
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Best Actress
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2/1 : Tilda Swinton (We Need to Talk About Kevin)
4/1 : Kirsten Dunst (Melancholia, ~~~ Charlotte Gainsbourg
7/1 : Emily Browning (Sleeping Beauty)
16/1 : Elena Anaya (The Skin I Live In ~~~ Marisa Paredes)
20/1 : Cecile de France (The Kid with a Bike)
25/1 : Hafsia Herzi ( The Source ~~~ or with “the ensemble”)
28/1 : the ensemble (House of Tolerance)
28/1 : Berenice Bejo (The Artist)
33/1 : Karin Viard (Poliss ~~~ Marina Foïs, Alice de Lencquesaing, Maiwenn, or “the ensemble”)
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~~~ = co-star with whom lead-actor might share award
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Previous years’ winners of Palme d’Or (PD) and Grand Prix (GP)

 

2010
PD : Uncle Boonmee, Who Can Recall His Past Lives (Apichatpong Weerasethakul) Thailand
GP : Of Gods and Men (Xavier Beauvois) France

2009
PD : The White Ribbon (Michael Haneke) Germany/Austria/France
GP : A Prophet (Jacques Audiard) France

2008 
GP : The Class (Laurent Cantet) France
PD : Gomorrah (Matteo Garrone) Italy

2007
PD : 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days (Cristian Mungiu) Romania
GP : The Mourning Forest (Naomi Kawase) Japan

2006 
PD : The Wind That Shakes the Barley (Ken Loach) UK/Ireland
GP : Flanders (Bruno Dumont) France

2005
PD : The Child (Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne) Belgium
GP : Broken Flowers (Jim Jarmusch) USA

2004
PD : Fahrenheit 9-11 (Michael Moore) USA
GP : OldBoy (Park Chan-Wook) S.Korea

2003
PD : Elephant (Gus Van Sant) US A
GP : Distant (Nuri Bilge Ceylan) Turkey

2002
PD : The Pianist (Roman Polanski) France/Poland/UK
GP : The Man Without a Past (Aki Kaurismaki) Finland

2001
PD : The Son’s Room (Nanni Moretti) Italy
GP : The Piano Teacher (Michael Haneke) France

2000 
PD : Dancer in the Dark (Lars Von Trier) Denmark
GP : Devils on the Doorstep (Jiang Wen) China

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