The Cannes film festival is all but finished, with the final films in official selection having wrapped up screenings, juries are boarding private yachts decked in tuxedos and couture gowns to deliberate on the Palm D’or winner as we speak. The red carpet has been rolled up and restored to its rightful place inside a dusty broom closet somewhere, but, as they say the party is just getting started, with the awards for the Un Certain Regard category being handed out overnight to films that exemplify, well, a certain look that warrants international attention.

Critically adored Australian film Ten Canoes took out the Special Jury Prize in 2006, so it’s worth taking a look at some of the independent cinema you’ll be told you “omg have to go see” over cafe tables everywhere in the coming months. Tim Roth was the jury president so a) you know he doesn’t lie and b) he’s Mr. Orange/Pumpkin so you probably don’t want to question his tastes or he will almost definitely shoot you. Below is the full list of winners so far before the top prizes are handed out overnight, along with a couple of English subtitled trailers where available.

PRIZE OF UN CERTAIN REGARD
DESPUÉS DE LUCIA (After Lucia) by Mexican writer/director Michel Franco (no relation?) focuses on adolescent bullying (#relevant).

SPECIAL JURY PRIZE
LE GRAND SOIR by Benoît Delépine and Gustave Kervern

BEST ACTRESS
Suzanne Clément for her performance in transvestite drama LAURENCE ANYWAYS directed by French Canadian wunderkind prodigy Xavier Dolan.

ALSO BEST ACTRESS (Um, Cannes – you know that’s two actresses, right?)
Emilie Dequenne for her performance in À PERDRE LA RAISON directed by Joachim Lafosse

SPECIAL DISTINCTION OF THE JURY
DJECA (Children of Sarajevo) by Aida Begic

Via Festival De Cannes