The 70th Cannes Film Festival
The world's most prestigious film festival in Cannes took place in the midst of greater security measures, predictable awards and outstanding Hungarian presence. The nine-member jury of the official competition program, led by Pedro Almodóvár, gave the top prize of the festival to the Swedish director, Ruben Östlund's for his intense social satire, The Square. The fifty year old Nicole Kidman was the festival's superstar this year. She gave the boldest performances in three movies, which were presented at the festival. The Australian actress won the special prize of the 70the jubilee festival. The Hungarian competition film had extreme reception. Kornél Mundruczo's Jupiter's Moon is about a Syrian refugee, who has the ability to fly.