The Cannes Film Festival has just wrapped for another year, as the prestigious Palme d'Or was awarded to Michael Haneke's black-and-white drama, The White Ribbon, last night. The Grand Prix Prize went to the Jacques Audiard's A Prophet, which was one of the best reviewed films at the festival; while Andrea Arnold's Fish Tank (starring Irishman Michael Fassbender) and Park Chan-Wook's Korean vampire film Thirst, shared the festival's double Jury Prize. Haneke's film is apparently heavy in German voice-over, which will be replaced by an English one for release here and America.