Saturday, May 28, 2022

CANNES 2022 ANNOUNCES THE WINNERS


By José Alberto Hermosillo

Triangle of Sadness poster
Palme d’Or:

“Triangle of Sadness,”

Ruben Östlund

 

Grand Prix — TIE:

“Stars at Noon,” Claire Denis &

“Close,” Lukas Dhont

 

Director:

Park Chan-wook, “Decision to Leave”

 

75th Anniversary Special Award:

Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, “Tori & Lokita”

 

Actor:

Song Kang-ho, “Broker”

 

Actress:

Zar Amir-Ebrahimi, “Holy Spider”

 

Jury Prize — TIE:

“The Eight Mountains,” Félix Van Groeningen and Charlotte Vandermeersch

&

“EO,” Jerzy Skolimowski


Screenplay:

Tarik Saleh, “Boy from Heaven”

Camera d’Or:

“War Horse,” Gina Gammell and Riley Keough

Camera d’Or Special Mention:

“Plan 75,” Hayakawa Chie

 

Short Films Palme d’Or:

“The Water Murmurs,” Jianying Chen

Short Films Special Mention:

“Lori,” Abinash Bikram Shah

Golden Eye Documentary Prize:

“All That Breathes,” Shaunak Sen

Queer Palm:

“Joyland”

 

UN CERTAIN REGARD

 

Un Certain Regard Award:

“The Worst Ones,” Lise Akoka, Romane Gueret

 

Jury Prize:

“Joyland,” Saim Sadiq

 

Best Director Prize:

Alexandru Belc, “Metronom”

 

Best Performance Prize — TIE:

Vicky Krieps, “Corsage”

&

Adam Bessa, “Harka”

 

Best Screenplay Prize:

Maha Haj, “Mediterranean Fever”

 

Coup de Coeur Award:

“Rodeo,” Lola Quivoron

 

DIRECTORS’ FORTNIGHT

 

Europa Cinemas Label:

“One Fine Morning,” Mia Hansen-Løve

 

Society of Dramatic Authors and Composers Prize:

“The Mountain,” Thomas Salvador

 

CRITICS’ WEEK

Nespresso Grand Prize:

“La Jauria,” Andres Ramirez Pulido

 

French Touch Prize:

“Aftersun,” Charlotte Wells

 

GAN Foundation Award for Distribution:

Urban Distribution, “The Woodcutter Story”

 

Louis Roederer Foundation Rising Star Award:

Zelda Samson, “Love According to Dalva”

 

CINÉFONDATION

First Prize: A Conspiracy Man,” Valerio Ferrara

Second Prize: “Somewhere,” Li Jiahe

Third Prize — TIE:

“Glorious Revolution,” Masha Novikova

&

“Humans Are Dumber When Crammed Up Together,” Laurène Fernandez

 
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Monday, May 2, 2022

LACMA PRESENTS A CINEMATIC EXHIBIT FOCUSING ON ALEXANDER McQUEEN FASHION LEGACY

By José Alberto Hermosillo

LACMA PRESENTS A CINEMATIC EXHIBIT FOCUSING ON ALEXANDER McQUEEN

"Lee Alexander McQueen: Mind Mythos Muse” is the new eclectic, flashy, cinematic, and amusing LACMA exhibit dedicated to one of the most fabulous fashion designers of our time, Alexander McQueen. 

Lee Alexander McQueen at LACMA. Photo: Jose Alberto Hermosillo. Festival in LA ©2022

The museography focuses on the artistry, creativity, and body of work of the prolific Scottish designer from 1990 to 2010.

LACMA’s buoyant exposition spotlights the dresses, fabrics, and accessories of the fashion virtuoso who killed himself in 2010 at the age of 39, right after the passing of his mother. 

The museum displays many classy McQueen garments from the Regina J. Drucker Collection, joining with other LACMA’s permanent collection artworks.

Lee Alexander McQueen at LACMA. Photo: Jose Alberto Hermosillo. Festival in LA ©2022

Lee Alexander McQueen at LACMA. Photo: Jose Alberto Hermosillo. Festival in LA ©2022

Lee Alexander McQueen at LACMA. Photo: Jose Alberto Hermosillo. Festival in LA ©2022

Lee Alexander McQueen at LACMA. Photo: Jose Alberto Hermosillo. Festival in LA ©2022

Lee Alexander McQueen at LACMA. Photo: Jose Alberto Hermosillo. Festival in LA ©2022

Lee Alexander McQueen at LACMA. Photo: Jose Alberto Hermosillo. Festival in LA ©2022

Lee Alexander McQueen at LACMA. Photo: Jose Alberto Hermosillo. Festival in LA ©2022

Lee Alexander McQueen at LACMA. Photo: Jose Alberto Hermosillo. Festival in LA ©2022

Lee Alexander McQueen at LACMA. Photo: Jose Alberto Hermosillo. Festival in LA ©2022

Lee Alexander McQueen at LACMA. Photo: Jose Alberto Hermosillo. Festival in LA ©2022

McQueen founded his label in 1992. The four-time winner of the British Designer of the Year was chief designer at the Givenchy firm from 1996 to 2001. 

MacQueen’s fame flourished, making him the recipient of the International Designer of the Year award in 2003.

Lee Alexander McQueen at LACMA. Photo: Jose Alberto Hermosillo. Festival in LA ©2022

Visiting the "Lee Alexander McQueen: Mind Mythos Muse” exhibit is an eye-opener and a unique opportunity for the people of Los Angeles to explore, admire, analyze, and understand Alexander McQueen’s legacy.

Lee Alexander McQueen at LACMA. Photo: Jose Alberto Hermosillo. Festival in LA ©2022

Lee Alexander McQueen at LACMA. Photo: Jose Alberto Hermosillo. Festival in LA ©2022

Lee Alexander McQueen at LACMA. Photo: Jose Alberto Hermosillo. Festival in LA ©2022

Lee Alexander McQueen at LACMA. Photo: Jose Alberto Hermosillo. Festival in LA ©2022

The McQueen exhibition at LACMA is presented at the Resnick Pavilion and will be open to the public viewing until October 9, 2022.

McQueen documentary poster. The film is available on Hulu and Prime Video

After going to LACMA’s installation, consider complementing the visit by watching at home on Hulu or Prime Video “McQueen,” a profound and bold documentary made in 2018 that focuses on the life of the controversial monster of fashion and design Lee Alexander McQueen.

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