Palme d'Or Winner: Theo Angelopoulos
Theo Angelopoulos' long association with Cannes came to a climax in 1998 when Eternity And A Day won the Palme d'Or. The award marked a decisive point in the Greek auteur's career as he was embarking on an ambitious trilogy spanning the 20th century, starting with The Weeping Meadow in 2004, followed by The Dust Of Times, due to start shooting in October 2007.
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