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Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Actress

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Best Actress Award
Prix d'interprétation féminine  (French)
Vanessa Redgrave Cannes 2016.jpg
Vanessa Redgrave was the first actress to win the award twice
Awarded forBest Performance by an Actress
CountryFrance
Presented byCannes Film Festival
First awarded1946
Currently held byRenate Reinsve
The Worst Person in the World (2021)
Websitewww.festival-cannes.com/en/

The Best Actress Award (French: Prix d'interprétation féminine) is an award presented at the Cannes Film Festival. It is given to an actress who has delivered an outstanding performance and chosen by the jury from the films in official competition slate at the festival. As of the 2021 festival, Renate Reinsve is the most recent winner in this category for her work on The Worst Person in the World.

History

The award was first presented in 1946. The prize was not awarded in 1947, 1953 and 1954. Additionally, the festival was not held at all in 1948, 1950 and 2020; while in 1968 no awards were given as the festival was called off mid-way due to the May 1968 events in France. On four occasions, the jury has awarded multiple women (more than 2) the prize from one film. The four films were A Big Family in 1955, Brink of Life in 1958, A World Apart in 1988, and Volver in 2006. Vanessa Redgrave, Barbara Hershey, Helen Mirren, and Isabelle Huppert have won the most awards in this category, each winning twice. Hershey won the award consecutively in 1987 and 1988. Isabelle Adjani was the only actress to win the award for her roles in two different films on the same competition, which she did in 1981. The award can be for lead or supporting roles with the exception of the period from 1979 to 1981, when the festival used to award a separate "Best Supporting Actress" prize. The jury also on occasion cites actresses with a special citation that is separate from the main award.

Winners

Table key
# Indicates Ex-aequo winners
Indicates the Best Supporting Actress winner Indicates the Best Supporting Actress winner
Year Actress Role Film Original title Ref.
1940s
1946 France Michèle Morgan Gertrude Pastoral Symphony La Symphonie pastorale [1]
1947
No award given that year
1948
Festival not held, no awards given that year
1949 Italy Isa Miranda Marta Manfredini The Walls of Malapaga Le mura di Malapaga [2]
1950s
1950
Festival not held, no awards given that year
1951 United States Bette Davis Margo Channing All About Eve [3]
1952 United States Lee Grant The Shoplifter Detective Story [4]
1953
No award given that year
1954
No award given that year
1955 Soviet Union Elena Dobronravova [A][B] Katya Travnikova A Big Family Больша́я семья́ [5]
Soviet Union Vera Kuznetsova [A][B] Agafya Karpovna Zhurbina
Soviet Union Klara Luchko [A][B] Lida Zhurbina
Soviet Union Ekaterina Savinova [A][B] Dunyasha Zhurbina
Soviet Union Iya Arepina [A][B] Tanya Zhurbina
Soviet Union Larisa Kronberg [A][B] Zina Ivanova
1956 United States Susan Hayward [A] Lillian Roth I'll Cry Tomorrow [6]
1957 Italy Giulietta Masina Maria "Cabiria" Ceccarelli Nights of Cabiria Le notti di Cabiria [7]
1958 Sweden Bibi Andersson [C] Hjördis Petterson Brink of Life Nära livet [8]
[9]
Sweden Eva Dahlbeck [C] Stina Andersson
Sweden Barbro Hiort af Ornäs [C] Nurse Brita
Sweden Ingrid Thulin [C] Cecilia Ellius
1959 France Simone Signoret Alice Aisgill Room at the Top [10]
1960s
1960 Greece Melina Mercouri # Ilya Never on Sunday Ποτέ την Κυριακή [11]
France Jeanne Moreau # Anne Desbarèdes Seven Days... Seven Nights Moderato cantabile
1961 Italy Sophia Loren Cesira Two Women La Ciociara [12]
1962 United States Katharine Hepburn [D] Mary Cavan Tyrone Long Day's Journey into Night [13]
[14]
United Kingdom Rita Tushingham [D] Josephine ("Jo") A Taste of Honey
1963 France Marina Vlady Regina The Conjugal Bed Una storia moderna - L'ape regina [15]
1964 United States Anne Bancroft # Jo Armitage The Pumpkin Eater [16]
United States Barbara Barrie # Julie Cullen Richards One Potato, Two Potato
1965 United Kingdom Samantha Eggar Miranda Grey The Collector [17]
1966 United Kingdom Vanessa Redgrave Leonie Delt Morgan – A Suitable Case for Treatment [18]
1967 Sweden Pia Degermark Elvira Madigan Elvira Madigan [19]
[20]
1968
Festival interrupted, no awards given that year because of the May 68 events in France
1969 United Kingdom Vanessa Redgrave Isadora Duncan Isadora [21]
1970s
1970 Italy Ottavia Piccolo Ersilia Metello [22]
1971 United States Kitty Winn Helen Reeves The Panic in Needle Park [23]
1972 United Kingdom Susannah York Cathryn Images [24]
1973 United States Joanne Woodward Beatrice Hunsdorfer The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds [25]
1974 France Marie-José Nat Elle / Michel's wife Violins at the Ball Les violons du bal [26]
1975 United States Valérie Perrine Honey Bruce Lenny [27]
1976 France Dominique Sanda # Irene Carelli Ferramonti The Inheritance L'eredità Ferramonti [28]
Hungary Mari Törőcsik # Déryné Mrs. Dery Where Are You? Déryné hol van?
1977 United States Shelley Duvall # Mildred "Millie" Lammoreaux 3 Women [29]
Canada Monique Mercure # Rose-Aimee Martin J.A. Martin Photographer
1978 United States Jill Clayburgh # Erica Benton An Unmarried Woman [30]
France Isabelle Huppert # Violette Nozière Violette Nozière
1979 United States Sally Field Norma Rae Webster Norma Rae [31]
[32]
West Germany Eva Mattes Indicates the Best Supporting Actress winner Marie Woyzeck
1980s
1980 France Anouk Aimée Marta Ponticelli A Leap in the Dark Salto nel vuoto [33]
[34]
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Milena Dravić Indicates the Best Supporting Actress winner # Kaca Special Treatment Посебан третман
Italy Carla Gravina Indicates the Best Supporting Actress winner # Carla La terrazza
1981 France Isabelle Adjani [E] Anna / Helen Possession [35]
[36]
Marya 'Mado' Zelli Quartet
Soviet Union Elena Solovey Indicates the Best Supporting Actress winner Ona Faktas Факт
1982 Poland Jadwiga Jankowska-Cieślak Eva Szalanczky Another Way Egymásra nézve [37]
1983 West Germany Hanna Schygulla Eugenia The Story of Piera Storia di Piera [38]
1984 United Kingdom Helen Mirren Marcella Cal [39]
1985 Argentina Norma Aleandro # Alicia Marnet de Ibáñez The Official Story La historia oficial [40]
United States Cher # Florence "Rusty" Dennis Mask
1986 West Germany Barbara Sukowa # Rosa Luxemburg Rosa Luxemburg [41]
Brazil Fernanda Torres # The Woman Love Me Forever or Never Eu Sei Que Vou Te Amar
1987 United States Barbara Hershey Ruth Shy People [42]
1988 United States Barbara Hershey # Diana Roth A World Apart [43]
United Kingdom Jodhi May # Molly Roth
South Africa Linda Mvusi # Elsie
1989 United States Meryl Streep Lindy Chamberlain A Cry in the Dark [44]
1990s
1990 Poland Krystyna Janda Antonina 'Tonia' Dziwisz Interrogation Przesłuchanie [45]
1991 France / Switzerland Irène Jacob Weronika / Véronique The Double Life of Veronique La double vie de Véronique [46]
1992 Sweden Pernilla August Anna Åkerblom Bergman The Best Intentions Den goda viljan [47]
1993 United States Holly Hunter Ada McGrath The Piano [48]
1994 Italy Virna Lisi Catherine de' Medici La Reine Margot [49]
1995 United Kingdom Helen Mirren Queen Charlotte The Madness of King George [50]
1996 United Kingdom Brenda Blethyn Cynthia Rose Purley Secrets & Lies [51]
1997 United Kingdom Kathy Burke Valerie Nil by Mouth [52]
1998 France Élodie Bouchez # Isabelle 'Isa' Tostin The Dreamlife of Angels La Vie rêvée des anges [53]
Belgium Natacha Régnier # Marie Thomas
1999 Belgium Séverine Caneele # Dominio Humanité L'humanité [54]
Belgium Émilie Dequenne # Rosetta Rosetta
2000s
2000 Iceland Björk Selma Ježková Dancer in the Dark [55]
2001 France Isabelle Huppert Erika Kohut The Piano Teacher La Pianiste [56]
2002 Finland Kati Outinen Irma The Man Without a Past Mies vailla menneisyyttä [57]
2003 Canada Marie-Josée Croze Nathalie The Barbarian Invasions Les Invasions barbares [58]
2004 Hong Kong Maggie Cheung Emily Wang Clean [59]
2005 Israel Hanna Laslo Hanna Free Zone [60]
2006 Spain Penélope Cruz # Raimunda Volver [61]
Spain Carmen Maura # Irene
Spain Lola Dueñas # Soledad ("Sole")
Spain Blanca Portillo # Agustina
Spain Yohana Cobo # Paula
Spain Chus Lampreave # Tía Paula
2007 South Korea Jeon Do-yeon Lee Shin-ae Secret Sunshine 밀양 [62]
2008 Brazil Sandra Corveloni Cleuza Linha de Passe [63]
2009 France Charlotte Gainsbourg She Antichrist [64]
2010s
2010 France Juliette Binoche The Woman Certified Copy Copie conforme [65]
2011 United States / Germany Kirsten Dunst Justine Melancholia [66]
2012 Romania Cristina Flutur # Alina Beyond the Hills După dealuri [67]
Romania Cosmina Stratan # Voichita
2013 France / Argentina Bérénice Bejo Marie Brisson The Past Le Passé [68]
2014 United States / United Kingdom Julianne Moore Havana Segrand Maps to the Stars [69]
2015 France Emmanuelle Bercot # Marie-Antoinette Jézéquel Mon Roi [70]
United States Rooney Mara # Therese Belivet Carol
2016 Philippines Jaclyn Jose Rosa Ma' Rosa [71]
2017 Germany / United States Diane Kruger Katja Sekerci In the Fade Aus dem Nichts [72]
2018 Kazakhstan Samal Yeslyamova Ayka Ayka Айка [73]
2019 United Kingdom / United States Emily Beecham Alice Woodard Little Joe [74]
2020s
2020
Festival not held, no awards given that year due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2021 Norway Renate Reinsve Julie The Worst Person in the World Verdens verste menneske [75]

Multiple winners

The following individuals received two Best Actress awards:

Wins Actress Nationality
2 Barbara Hershey  United States
Isabelle Huppert  France
Helen Mirren  United Kingdom
Vanessa Redgrave  United Kingdom

See also

Notes

A^ : This year the award was changed to Prix d'Interpretation (Acting Award), without gender differentiation.
B^ : The entire male and female cast of A Big Family (Больша́я семья́) was recipient of this award in a tie with Spencer Tracy for Bad Day at Black Rock.
C^ : This year award was given as Prix collectif d'interprétation féminine Un Certain Regard (Collective Female Acting Award - Un Certain Regard) to the female cast of Brink of Life (Nära livet).
D^ : This year award was given as Prix Le Premier Regard Un Certain Regard (Premiere Award - Un Certain Regard) to the lead male and female cast of Long Day's Journey into Night and A Taste of Honey (ex aequo).
E^ : Performer to receive a single award which honor the outstanding work in multiple different films in the same official competition slate.

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