Cannes 2023 Short Films and Jury

The Jury of the 2023 Cannes Film Festival will be head by two-time Palme d’or winner Ruben Östlund.

Regarding the Jury du Court Métrage

This jury bestows the awards for short films in the Compétition and Cinéfondation sections of the festival. deciding the Short Film Palme d’Or and the 3 La Cinef prizes for student films in the Official Selection. 

Hungarian director and screenwriter Ildikó Enyedi (Director, Writer, Hungary) Enyedi got her international break in Cannes in 1989 when her first film ‘My 20th Century’ was selected for Un Certain Regard and won the Caméra d’Or Enyedi’s subsequent works included the Oscar-nominated On Body and Soul, which won the Golden Bear in 2017, and The Story of My Wife, which was in Competition in Cannes in 2021.

She will be joined by Iranian-American screenwriter and director Ana Lily Amirpour, Canadian actress and director Charlotte Le Bon, French actress Karidja Touré and Israeli filmmaker Shlomi Elkabetz.

Ana Lily Amirpour (Director, Writer, Iran, USA)
Charlotte Le Bon (Actor, Director, Canada)
Karidja Touré (Actor, France)
Shlomi Elkabetz (Director, Writer, Producer, Actor, Israel)
Cannes 2023 Short Film Lineup

LA PERRA by Carla Melo Gampert
Colombia & France – 14′

AS IT WAS by Anastasia Solonevych & Damian Kocur
Poland & Ukraine – 15′

TITS by Eivind Landsvik
Norway – 12′

27 by Flóra Anna Buda
France & Hungary – 11′

LE SEXE DE MA MÈRE by Francis Canitrot
France – 14′

AUNQUE ES DE NOCHE by Guillermo García López
Spain & France – 14′

BASRI & SALMA IN A NEVER-ENDING COMEDY by Khozy Rizal
Indonesia – 15′

POOF by Margaret Miller
United States – 10′

NADA DE TODO ESTO by Patricio Martínez & Francisco Canton
Argentina & Spain – 15′

WILD SUMMON by Karni Arieli & Saul Freed
United Kingdom – 14′

FÁR by Gunnur Martinsdóttir Schlüter
Iceland – 5′

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