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1989 Cannes Film Festival

Palme d'Orsex, lies and videotape, Steven Soderbergh (United States)

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Special Jury PrizeTrop Belle Pour Toi, Bertrand Blier (France)
Cinéma Paradiso, Giuseppe Tornatore (Italy/France)
Best ActorJames Spader, sex, lies and videotape (United States)
Best ActressMeryl Streep, A Cry in the Dark (United States/Australia)
DirectionEmir Kusturica, Time of the Gypsies (Yugoslavia)
Artistic ContributionJim Jarmusch, Mystery Train (United States)
Camera d'Or for Film DebutMy Twentieth Century, lldiko Enyedi (Hungary)
TechniqueBlack Rain, Shohei Imamura (Japan)
Jury PrizeJesus of Montreal, Denys Arcand (Canada/France)
Palme d'Or for Short Film50 Years, Gilles Carle, representing the continuing efforts of the National Film Board of Canada in the area of short film

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