The jury of Cannes' Camera d'Or, which was created 25 years ago by Gilles Jacob and is awarded to a first film selected either in the official competition or in the Un Certain Regard, Director's Fortnight and International Critics' Week sidebars, has been announced.

Selected from among previous Camera d'Or jury presidents and winners, this year's jury comprises Geraldine Chaplin and Marthe Keller, presidents of the 1991 and 1994 Camera d'Or and of award-winning film-makers Bahman Ghobadi (A Time For Drunken Horses - 2000 Director's Fortnight), Romain Goupil (Death At 30 - 1998 International Critics Week) and Murali Nair (Throne Of Death -- 1999 Un Certain Regard)

The jury members will elect a president among themselves during their first meeting on May 14 and the prize will be awarded during the closing ceremony on May 26.