The 65th Cannes Film Festival has drawn to a close, with Michael Hanek's film Amour or Love, scooping the grand prize, the Palm d'Or.

This is the second time in three years that the Austrian Auteur has won the main competition, after his success with 2009's Das Weisse Band, or The White Ribbon. Haneke now join an exclusive group of directors to have won the prize twice, including Francis Ford Coppola and Emir Kusturica.

Aside from Amour, the other big winners were Matteo Garrone's Reality, which scooped the Grand prix runner-up prize, and the UK's Ken Loach, whose new whisky caper The Angel's Share won the third best honour, the Jury Prize.

Former bond villain Mads Mikkelsen won best actor for his performance in Thomas Vinterberg's The Hunt, whilst the best actress prize was jointly shared by Cristina Flutur and Cosmina Stratan, for their performance as two nuns in Cristian Mungiu's Romanian drama Beyond the Hills.

Written and Narrated by Alfred Joyner