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View Poll Results: Who will win the Palme d'Or?

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  • Claire Denis

    5 9.62%
  • Maren Ade

    2 3.85%
  • Alice Rohrwacher

    12 23.08%
  • Kathryn Bigelow

    0 0%
  • Greta Gerwig

    4 7.69%
  • Ava DuVernay

    0 0%
  • Jane Campion

    3 5.77%
  • Celine Sciamma

    9 17.31%
  • Sofia Coppola

    4 7.69%
  • Other

    13 25.00%
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Thread: Who Will Be the Next Woman to Win a Palme d'Or?

  1. #21
    Buy Now That I Found You on iTunes VannVicente's Avatar
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    I am deeply offended that Kawase is not in this poll.

    Also, this Asian erasure aside, I think Haifaa al-Mansour will be the next. Seriously.
    Last edited by VannVicente; 07-13-2019 at 10:44 PM.


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  2. #22
    Heartless Vulture Kostas's Avatar
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    Or Nadine Labaki...

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  3. #23
    Noli Me Tangere lazarus's Avatar
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    Please, anyone on this list before Gerwig.


    Voting for Rohrwacher, although I don't know if her magical realism is ever going to sway a whole jury if she keeps going down that road.

  4. #24
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    Mia Hansen-Løve

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    Andrea Arnold


    after all
    #BENING2018

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kostas View Post
    Or Nadine Labaki...
    She wishes lol


    after all
    #BENING2018

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    Quote Originally Posted by alilou View Post
    Andrea Arnold
    Now this would be sweet.


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    Greta Gerwig will win la Palme d'Or for Barbie in 2021.

  9. #29
    Mostly nice Inky's Avatar
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    Heart says Claire Denis.

    Brain says Alice Rohrwacher.

  10. #30
    Truth Detonator Cédric's Avatar
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    1 Kawase (she already came VERY close)
    2 Rohrwacher
    3 Mia Hansen-Love
    4 One of the Brit Cannes darlings.
    999999999999 Claire Denis

  11. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cédric View Post
    999999999999 Claire Denis

  12. #32
    That's My Purse! I Don't Know You! Abby's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inky View Post
    Gotta agree with him. She’s been consistently ignored or placed into sidebars (maybe Frémaux hates her films? ), and as much as I love most of her films, they’re not the type that a diverse jury will unify around to award the Palme. Too daring and not exactly plot-driven.

    OTOH, I’ll be stunned if Kawase ever wins the Palme, considering the mixed reviews most of her competition films have received.

  13. #33
    Um yeah, to win the Palme one has to be accepted into official competition first? I love Claire Denis but, when was the last time her film was in Cannes main comp? As for Mia Hansen-Løve, All is Forgiven was placed in DF while Father of My Children in UCR. Her films have never appeared in official comp yet. Same for the American female directors in the poll above (sans S. Coppola).

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    That's My Purse! I Don't Know You! Abby's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by CinemaOfPassion View Post
    Um yeah, to win the Palme one has to be accepted into official competition first? I love Claire Denis but, when was the last time her film was in Cannes main comp? As for Mia Hansen-Løve, All is Forgiven was placed in DF while Father of My Children in UCR. Her films have never appeared in official comp yet. Same for the American female directors in the poll above (sans S. Coppola).
    Chocolat in 1988, and that was under Gilles Jacob’s reign

    It’s also probably her most conventional film.

  15. #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abby View Post
    OTOH, I’ll be stunned if Kawase ever wins the Palme, considering the mixed reviews most of her competition films have received.
    Exactly. I don’t think she is ever happening.

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