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1953 Cannes Film Festival

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Opening film  Horizons sans fin
Founded  1946
Location  Cannes, France
1953 Cannes Film Festival
Awards  Grand Prize of the Festival (The Wages of Fear)
Number of films  35 (In Competition) 43 (Short Film)
Festival date  15 April 1953 (1953-04-15) – 29 April 1953 (1953-04-29)

The 6th Cannes Film Festival was held between April 15–29, 1953. The Grand Prize of the Festival went to The Wages of Fear by Henri-Georges Clouzot. The festival opened with Horizons sans fin by Jean Dréville.

Contents

Walt Disney was honored at the festival and received the title of Legion of Honor.

Jury

  • Jean Cocteau (France) (president)
  • Louis Chauvet (France) (journalist)
  • Titina De Filippo (France)
  • Guy Desson (France) (MP official)
  • Philippe Erlanger (France)
  • Renée Faure (France)
  • Jacques-Pierre Frogerais (France)
  • Abel Gance (France)
  • André Lang (France)
  • Georges Raguis (France) (union official)
  • Edward G. Robinson
  • Charles Spaak
  • Georges Van Parys (France)
  • Bert Haanstra (Netherlands) (short films)
  • Roger Leenhardt (France) (short films)
  • René Lucot (France) (short films)
  • Jean Queval (France) (journalist) (short films)
  • Jacques Schiltz (France) (short films)
  • Jean Vivie (France) (CST official) (short films)
  • Feature film competition

  • 1. April 2000 by Wolfgang Liebeneiner
  • Awaara by Raj Kapoor
  • Barabbas by Alf Sjöberg
  • Bongolo by André Cauvin
  • Call Me Madam by Walter Lang
  • O Cangaceiro by Lima Barreto
  • Children of Hiroshima by Kaneto Shindō
  • Come Back, Little Sheba by Daniel Mann
  • Daibutsu kaigen by Teinosuke Kinugasa
  • Doña Francisquita by Ladislao Vajda
  • Duende y misterio del flamenco by Edgar Neville
  • Él by Luis Buñuel
  • För min heta ungdoms skull by Arne Mattsson
  • Gendai-jin by Minoru Shibuya
  • The Heart of the Matter by George More O'Ferrall
  • Horizons sans fin by Jean Dréville
  • I Confess by Alfred Hitchcock
  • Intimate Relations by Charles Frank
  • Lili by Charles Walters
  • Luz en el páramo by Víctor Urruchúa
  • Magia verde by Gian Gaspare Napolitano
  • Monsieur Hulot's Holiday by Jacques Tati
  • Nevjera by Vladimir Pogacic
  • Peter Pan by Hamilton Luske, Clyde Geronimi and Wilfred Jackson
  • La provinciale by Mario Soldati
  • La red by Emilio Fernández
  • Sala de guardia by Tulio Demicheli
  • Sie fanden eine Heimat by Leopold Lindtberg
  • The Sun Shines Bright by John Ford
  • Terminal Station by Vittorio De Sica
  • Las Tres perfectas casadas by Roberto Gavaldón
  • Valkoinen peura by Erik Blomberg
  • La vie passionnée de Clémenceau by Gilbert Prouteau
  • The Wages of Fear by Henri-Georges Clouzot
  • Welcome Mr. Marshall! by Luis García Berlanga
  • Awards

  • Grand Prize of the Festival: The Wages of Fear by Henri-Georges Clouzot
  • International Prize: ¡Bienvenido, Mister Marshall! by Luis García Berlanga
  • Best Visual Narration: La red by Emilio Fernández
  • Best Fairy Tale Film: Valkoinen peura by Erik Blomberg
  • Best Dramatic Film: Come Back, Little Sheba by Daniel Mann
  • Best Exploration Film: Magia verde by Gian Gaspare Napolitano
  • Best Adventure Film: O Cangaceiro by Lima Barreto
  • Best Entertainment Film: Lili by Charles Walters
  • Jury Special Prize: Walt Disney (for his contributions to making the festival acknowledged)
  • Best Actor: Charles Vanel, for The Wages of Fear
  • Best Actress: Shirley Booth, for Come Back, Little Sheba
  • Special Mention:
  • Juan Antonio Bardem, Luis García Berlanga and Miguel Mihura, for the screenplay of ¡Bienvenido, Mister Marshall!
  • Gabriel Migliori, for the score of O Cangaceiro
  • For the charming acting in Lili
  • For the use of colour in Magia verde
  • Short Film Grand Prix: White Mane by Albert Lamorisse
  • Best Fictional Short Film: The Stranger Left No Card by Wendy Toye
  • Best Documentary Short Film: Houen zo! by Herman van der Horst
  • Best Homage: Duende y misterio del flamenco by Edgar Neville
  • OCIC Award: Horizons sans fin by Jean Dréville
  • References

    1953 Cannes Film Festival Wikipedia


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