Guillermo del Toro's fantasy film grounded in aftermath of the Spanish Civil War holds the record for the longest standing ovation given to any film ever.
A biting critique of the Bush presidency and the way it handled post-9/11 tensions, director Michael Moore received a standing ovation for 20 whole minutes.
Director and writer Jeff Nichols brings a heartwarming tale of two teenagers who help a fugitive avoid his bounty hunters and reunite with his lover.
Danish filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn presented the cut-throat world of L.A. modelling through The Neon Demon.
Directed by Nadine Labaki, the film follows a 12-year-old living in a horrific slum in Bierut.
The Paperboy, directed by Lee Daniels, might have received a 15-minute standing ovation at Cannes but received negative reviews for its murder investigation narrative.
Oscar-nominated director Mamoru Hosoda presents a coming-of-age tale of 17-year-old Suzu (Kaho Nakamura) who loses and regains her ability to sing after her mother's death.
From her debut to Cannes 2023