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From its humble beginnings, the Palm Dog Awards has grown into a recognised and lauded fixture at the Cannes Film Festival, the world’s biggest and most prestigious film showcase.
Since 2001, the Palm Dog Awards has rapidly grown in stature,
due to the heavyweight support of a jury made up of some of the world’s leading film critics, including the chief film critic of The Times, Kate Muir, and The Daily Telegraph’s, Robbie Collin.
Year after year, coverage of the event rapidly increased and now reaches the world’s most influential online publications and news portals, such as The New York Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, Daily Mail, Le Monde, The Sydney Morning Herald, The South African Times Live and Perez Hilton Blog.
The highly coveted Palm Dog Award was brandished proudly by Uggie (2011 Palm Dog winner and canine star of the film The Artist) on US and UK chat shows, including BBC Breakfast and the Ellen DeGeneres show. Palm Dog has continued to carry the beacon for the over seen performers of worldwide cinema, The 'Underdogs of Cinema', if you will.
Full details on past winners can be found HERE