1984 Cannes Film Festival
|Palme d'Or||Paris, Texas, Wim Wenders (Germany)|
|Special Jury Prize||Naplo, Marta Meszaros (Hungary)|
|Best Actor||Alfredo Landa and Francisco Rabal, The Holy Innocents (Spain)|
|Best Actress||Helen Mirren, Cal (Ireland)|
|Direction||Bertrand Tavernier, A Sunday in the Country (France)|
|Screenplay||Theo Angelopoulos, Theo Valtinos and Tonino Guerra, Vogage to Cythera (Greece)|
|Artistic Contribution||Peter Biziou for the cinematography of Another Country (United Kingdom)|
|Camera d'Or for Film Debut||Stranger Than Paradise, Jim Jarmusch (United States)|
|Technique||The Element of Crime, Lars von Trier (Denmark)|
|Fipresci Prize||Paris, Texas, Wim Wenders (Germany/France)|
|Voyage to Cythera, Theo Angelopoulos (Greece)|
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