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Congratulations to All We Imagine as Light for winning the Grand Prix

  • After an eight-minute showing, Payal Kapadia’s All We Imagine as Light was met with a standing ovation.
  • This was the first Indian film to be shown in the festival’s main competition in thirty years.
  • Aditi Rao Hydari and Tovino Thomas also complimented the movie, and Radhika Apte and Swara Bhasker expressed their gratitude for it.

Payal Kapadia made her directing debut with the film All We Imagine as Light, which at the 2024 Cannes Film Festival was met with a standing ovation. Her win of the Grand Prix title for her drama was greeted with congratulations from Bollywood superstars Kiara Advani, Richa Chadha, Swara Bhasker, Ali Fazal, Anurag Kashyap, Radhika Apte, and Bhumi Pednekar.

This was the first Indian film to be shown in the festival’s main competition in thirty years, and it was also the first film directed by an Indian woman.

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While Bhumi Pednekar reposted the MAMI Mumbai Film Festival’s post on her Instagram Stories, Kiara shared a post with the Festival de Cannes on her social media platform. Aditi Rao Hydari and Tovino Thomas also complimented the movie, and Radhika Apte and Swara Bhasker expressed their gratitude for it.

“All we imagine is Light,” directed by Payal Kapadia, took home the Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival, according to Shekhar Kapur’s tweet. What a privilege it is for her and her group. India appears to be having a successful year at Cannes this year. Although it is the third, this is the largest honor given to Indian cinema this year.”

Mini Mathur shared a video from the occasion on her Instagram Stories, expressing her happiness that Payal had won the Grand Prix and that she was the first female director to win. Saba Azad reshared a Brut post, while Soni Razdan published an Instagram photo from the Festival de Cannes.

An Indo-French collaboration, All We Imagine as Light is co-produced by Chalk and Cheese Films in India and Petit Chaos in France. Before this, Payal’s documentary A Night of Knowing Nothing took home the Golden Eye award from Cannes. The main competition of the festival featured an eight-minute standing ovation for the picture, which was the first Indian film to be shown in three decades and directed by an Indian woman.

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