Un Certain Regard picks 'Police, Adjective'

Corneliu Porumboiu's film wins Cannes jury prize

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CANNES -- After a 20-film run, Festival de Cannes' Un Certain Regard program wrapped Saturday night with Corneliu Porumboiu's "Police, Adjective" taking the top jury prize.

The Foundation Groupama Gan's Prize went to Yorgos Lanthimos' "Dogtooth."

Two Special Un Certain Regard 2009 Prizes went to the selection's opening-night film, Bahman Ghobadi's "No One Knows About Persian Cats," and Mia Hansen-Love's "Father of my Children."

The Un Certain Regard Jury was presided over by Paolo Sorrentino, who joined Julie Gayet, Uma da Cunha, Marit Kapla and Piers Handling to pick the winners. Un Certain Regard 2009 featured 20 films from 24 directors hailing from 20 different countries, and included two first films.