The Cannes Film Festival comes to a close this weekend – and it's been a storming year with barely a dud among the 21 films competing for the Palme d'Or. Some of the best were 'Toni Erdmann', a near-three-hour comedy from Germany (yes, that's right); 'Graduation', a drama about corruption in Romania; and 'Aquarius', a portrait of an older woman standing up to commerce in modern Brazil.
Two British films are in the running for Cannes's top award, the Palme d'Or: Andrea Arnold's American teen road movie 'American Honey' and Ken Loach's damning portrait of modern Britain, 'I, Daniel Blake'. The prizes are dished out this Sunday in Cannes – but here are our alternative awards.
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