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Re: Cannes
« Reply #45 on: May 15, 2014, 10:03:01 PM »
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Streaming Curator MUBI Teaming Up with Cannes to Showcase Award-Winning Shorts
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Internet streamer MUBI is partnering with the Cannes Film Festival in an effort to bring festival shorts to a global audience. The VOD service, in collaboration with Cannes Court Métrage, is streaming shorts that have run in official competition in years past for the duration of this year's fest. 

Highlights of the engagement include 2013 Camera d'Or Anthony Chen's 2007 "Ah, Ma," former Un Certain Regard runner Chloe Robichaud's "Chef de Meute," and this year's Cannes Jury President Jane Campion's "Peel." The service, which places a new film available for streaming daily and hosts a film centric social forum, is inviting any filmmaker to submit their film at MUBI's booth to be run alongside these greats.

"We are delighted to bring these Cannes titles to a global audience," said MUBI founder and CEO Efe Cakerel. "Short films are the ideal way for the most exclusive festivals in the world to reach audiences wherever they are."

The Cannes Court Métrage Retrospective Collection is online throughout the entire festival, May 14th-25th.

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Re: Cannes
« Reply #46 on: May 24, 2014, 08:44:37 PM »
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2014 Winners

FEATURE FILMS

Palme d'Or
WINTER SLEEP Directed by Nuri Bilge CEYLAN

Grand Prix
LE MERAVIGLIE (THE WONDERS) Directed by Alice ROHRWACHER

Award for Best Director
Bennett MILLER for FOXCATCHER

Award for Best Screenplay
Andrey ZVYAGINTSEV for LEVIATHAN, Oleg NEGIN for LEVIATHAN

Award for Best Actress
Julianne MOORE in MAPS TO THE STARS Directed by David CRONENBERG

Award for Best Actor
Timothy SPALL in MR. TURNER Directed by Mike LEIGH

Jury Prize
MOMMY Directed by Xavier DOLAN

ADIEU AU LANGAGE    (GOODBYE TO LANGUAGE) Directed by Jean-Luc GODARD


SHORT FILMS

Palme d'Or - Short Film
LEIDI Directed by Simón MESA SOTO

Short Film Special Distinction
AÏSSA Directed by Clément TREHIN-LALANNE

JA VI ELSKER (YES WE LOVE) Directed by Hallvar WITZØ

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Re: Cannes
« Reply #47 on: June 30, 2014, 03:31:03 PM »
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Not Cannes, but The Playlist assembled a list of 50 titles that will likely debut on the festival circuit over the course of the next year, with synposes and background info.

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Re: Cannes
« Reply #48 on: April 16, 2015, 12:51:46 PM »
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big names in the competition! i hope gus van sant wins because that's what i hope, but i'll be happy regardless


Official Selection

“The Assassin” (dir. Hou Hsiao-Hsien)
“Carol” (dir. Todd Haynes)
“Dheepan” (dir. Jacques Audiard)
“The Lobster” (dir. Yorgos Lanthimos)
“Louder Than Bombs” (dir. Joachim Trier)
“Macbeth” (dir. Justin Kurzel)
“Marguerite et Julien” (dir. Valerie Donzelli)
“Mia Madre” (dir. Nanni Moretti)
“Mountains May Depart” (dir. Jia Zhangke)
“My King” (Maiwenn)
“Our Little Sister” (dir. Hirokazu Kore-eda)
"Sea Of Trees" (dir. Gus Van Sant)
"Sicario" (dir. Denis Villeneuve)
“A Simple Man” (dir. Stephane Brize)
“Son Of Saul” (dir. Laszlo Nemes)
“The Tale Of Tales” (dir. Matteo Garrone)
“Youth” (dir. Paolo Sorrentino)

Un Certain Regard

“The Chosen Ones” (dir. David Pablos)
“Fly Away Solo” (dir. Neeraj Ghaywan)
“The Fourth Direction” (dir. Gurvinder Singh)
“The High Sun” (dir. Dalibor Matanic)
“I Am A Soldier” (dir. Laurent Lariviere)
“Journey To The Shore” (dir. Kiyoshi Kurosawa) 
“Madonna” (dir. Shin Suwon)
“Maryland” (dir. Alice Winocour)
“Nahid” (dir. Ida Panahandeh)
“One Floor Below” (dir. Radu Muntean)
“The Other Side” (dir. Roberto Minervini)
“Rams” (dir. Grimur Hakonarson)
“The Shameless” (dir. Oh Seung-Uk)
“The Treasure” (dir. Corneliu Porumboiu)

Out Of Competition

“Inside Out” (dir. Pete Docter & Ronaldo Del Carmen)
“The Little Prince” (dir. Mark Osbourne) 
“Mad Max: Fury Road” (dir. George Miller)
“Standing Tall” (“dir. Emmanuelle Bercot) — opening film

Special Screenings

“Amnesia” (dir. Barbet Schroeder)
“Asphalt” (dir. Seamuel Benchetrit)
“A Tale Of Love & Darkness” (dir. Natalie Portman)
“Hayored Lema’ala” (dir. Elad Keidan)
“Irrational Man” (dir. Woody Allen)
“Panama” (dir. Pavle Vuckovic)
“Oka” (dir. Souleymane Cisse)

Midnight Screenings

“Amy” (dir. Asif Kapadia)
“Office” (dir. Hong Won-Chan)

Cannes Classics

“Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words”
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Re: Cannes
« Reply #49 on: April 16, 2015, 01:30:18 PM »
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I'll be there this year for the Short Film Corner. Lemme know if anyone else will be there!

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Re: Cannes
« Reply #50 on: April 23, 2015, 12:29:49 PM »
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http://www.thewrap.com/cannes-film-festival-adds-9-titles-to-lineup/

“Cronic” from director Michael Franco and “The Valley of Love” from director Guillaume Nicloux will be screened in Competition, bringing the total number of films being judged by a jury presided over by Joel and Ethan Coen to 19.

Additionally, José Luis Rugeles Gracia’s “Alias Maria,” Brillante Mendoza’s “Taklub,” Yared Zeleke’s “Lamb,” Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s “Cemetery of Splendour” and Naomi Kawase’s “AN” will compete in Un Certain Regard, which will be decided by a jury led by actress and director Isabella Rossellini.

The additions bring the total in that category up to 19 films, as well. “AN” will be presented in Opening of Un Certain Regard.
“Une histoire de fou  (Don’t Tell me the Boy was Mad),” directed by Robert Guédiguian, will receive a special screening, and “Love” from director Gaspar Noé has been selected for a midnight screening.

The festival begins on May 13 and runs through May 24.
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Re: Cannes
« Reply #51 on: April 29, 2015, 03:39:55 PM »
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Cannes Classics Line-Up Revealed, New Restorations Announced
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The Cannes Film Festival organizers have revealed the complete line-up of films that will be screened in the Classics section of the prestigious event. This year, the prestigious event will introduce new restorations of Luchino Visconti's Rocco and His Brothers, Louis Malle's Elevator to the Gallows ,and Miklós Jancsó's The Round-Up, amongst others.

Acclaimed director Costa-Gavras has been named the guest of honor at this year's edition of the festival.

Official statement from the organizers: "As the work for restorations is going on actively on all continents, one may only be overcome in our present time by regained vivid shadows, blacks and whites and colors of the history, which is exposed every year at Cannes Classics. Being the inspiration for numerous initiatives in the whole world, Cannes Classics keeps on working visiting the history of cinema, indisputable masterpieces or precious rarities

Guest of honor: COSTA-GAVRAS
He won the Palme d'or with Missing in 1982, was member of the Jury in 1976 (he rewarded Taxi Driver), Award for Best Director with Section spéciale in 1975, he will be with us for the screening of Z, Jury Prize in 1969.

Z (1968, 2h07)
Presented by KG Productions with the support of the CNC. Original negative scanned 4K and restored frame by frame in 2K by Eclair Group and by LE Diapason for the sound. Restoration and color grading supervised by Costa-Gavras.

NEW RESTORATIONS

Rocco e i suoi fratelli (Rocco and His Brothers/Rocco et ses frères) by Luchino Visconti (1960, 2h57)
A presentation of The Film Foundation. 4K restoration carried out by Cineteca di Bologna at L'Immagine Ritrovata Laboratory, in association with Titanus, TF1 Droits Audiovisuels and The Film Foundation. Restoration with funding provided by Gucci and The Film Foundation.

Les Yeux brûlés by Laurent Roth (1986, 58mn)
A presentation by the CNC and the ECPAD with Laurent Roth in attendance. Digital restoration made from 2K scanning of the 35mm négatives and the scanning of original elements if they were still existent from archive images. Restoration made by the laboratory of the CNC at Bois d'Arcy.

Ascenseur pour l'échafaud (Elevator to the Gallows) by Louis Malle (1958, 1h33)
2K restoration presented by Gaumont. Work on the image done by Eclair, sound restored by Diapason in parternship with Eclair.

La Noire de… (Black Girl) by Ousmane Sembène (1966, 1h05)
Restored by The Film Foundation's World Cinema Project in collaboration with the Sembène Estate, Institut National de l'Audiovisuel, INA, Eclair Laboratories and the Centre national du cinéma et de l'image animée, CNC. Restoration carried out at Cineteca di Bologna/L'Immagine Ritrovata Laboratory.

Preceded by the documentary:
SEMBENE! by Samba Gadjigo and Jason Silverman (2015, 1h22)
Produced by Galle Ceddo Projects, Impact Partners, New Mexico Media Partners, SNE Partners.

Insiang by Lino Brocka (1976, 1h35)
Insiang was the first Filipino feature film to be presented at Cannes.
Restored by The Film Foundation's World Cinema Project.
Restored by Cineteca di Bologna/L'Immagine Ritrovata. Restoration funding provided by The Film
Foundation's World Cinema Project and the Film Development Council of the Philippines.

Sur (The South / Le Sud) by Fernando Solanas (1988, 2h03)
Presented by Cinesur and Blaq Out in partnership with UniversCiné and the INCAA. HD
restoration made by Cinecolor laboratory-Industrias Audiovisuales S.A, headed by Roberto
Zambrino and supervised by Fernando Solanas upon the occasion of the restoration of all his
films which will be released as a DVD boxset (Blaq Out editions).

Zangiku Monogatari (The Story of the Last Chrysanthemum / Le Conte du chrysanthème tardif) by Kenji Mizoguchi (1939, 2h23)
A presentation of Shochiku studio. The digital restoration is from a 4K film transfer (2K
projection) by Shochiku Co., Ltd.

Jingi Naki Tatakai (Battles without Honor and Humanity aka Yakusa Paper / Combat sans code d'honneur) by Kinji Fukasaku (1973, 1h39)
A presentation of TOEI COMPANY, LTD. The film has been restored from 4K 35mm print original
negative into 2K digital by TOEI LABO TECH. The film will be distributed in France by Wild
Side Films.

Szegénylegények (The Round-Up / Les Sans espoir) by Miklós Jancsó (1965, 1h28)
A presentation of the Hungarian National Film Fund and of the Hungarian National Digital Film
Archive and Film Institute (MaNDA). In competition at the Festival de Cannes in 1966.
2K film and sound restoration by the Hungarian Filmlab from the 35mm negative.

Les Ordres (Orderers) by Michel Brault (1974, 1h48)
A présentation of « Éléphant, mémoire du cinéma québécois. » HD scanning from three sources:
original negative 35 mm A and B colors, 35 mm intermediate film print and internegative.
Restored sound from a 35 mm three-track magnetic mix. Restorations lead by Marie-José
Raymond, and the color grading lead by Claude Fournier with director Michel Brault at Technicolor Montréal.

Panique by Julien Duvivier (1946, 1h31)
Presented by TF1 DA. As the original negative has disappeared, a 2K restoration from the
nitrate intermediate film print done at Digimage.

Xia Nu (俠女 / A Touch of Zen) by King Hu (1973, 3h)
A presentation of the Taiwan Film Institute. The first Taiwanese film and the first film in Mandarin
presented at the Festival de Cannes. 40th anniversary of the Grand Prix de la
Commission Supérieure Technique in 1975. Digital restoration made in 4K by the
Immagine Ritrovata in Bologna from the negative. The director of photography supervised the
color grading.

Dobro Pozhalovat, Ili Postoronnim Vkhod Vospreshchen (Welcome or No Trespassing) by Elem Klimov (1964, 1h14)
A presentation of the Open World Foundation and Mosfilm. A 2K scanning, sound and film
restoration by Mosfilm and Krupny Plan.

La Historia Oficial (The Official Story / L'Histoire officielle) by Luis Puenzo (1984, 1h50) A presentation of Historias Cinematográficas. Award for Best Actress Ex-aequo at the Festival
de Cannes 1985 for Norma Aleandro and Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in
1986. A 4K Restoration from the original négative. New color grading done by the
director and the director of photography. Digitization of the sound from a restoration of the magnetic tapes the remixed in 5.1 with new effects and additional orchestrations. Funding
provided by the Argentinian National Film Institute (INCAA) and work done at Cinecolor Lab
under the supervision of director/producer Luis Puenzo.

Marius by Alexander Korda (1931, 2h), script and dialogues by Marcel Pagnol
Restoration by the Compagnie méditerranéenne de film - MPC and La Cinémathèque française,
with the support of the CNC, the Fonds Culturel Franco-Américain DGA-MPA-SACEM- WGAW,
the help of ARTE France Unité Cinéma and the Archives Audiovisuelles de Monaco,
with SOGEDA Monaco. 4K restoration supervised by Nicolas Pagnol and Hervé Pichard (La Cinémathèque française). Works done by DIGIMAGE laboratory. Color grading carried out by
Guillaume Schiffman.

Documentaries about cinema:

Hitchcock / Truffaut by Kent Jones (2015, 1h28)
Co-written by Kent Jones and Serge Toubiana. Produced by Artline Films, Cohen Media Group and Arte France.

Depardieu grandeur nature by Richard Melloul (2014, 1h)
Produced by Richard Melloul Productions and Productions Tony Comiti.

Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans by Gabriel Clarke and John McKenna (2015, 1h52)
Produced by John McKenna.

By Sidney Lumet by Nancy Buirski (2015, 1h43)
Produced by Augusta Films, co-produced by American Masters. Presented by RatPac Documentary Films.

Harold and Lillian : a Hollywood Love Story de Daniel Raim (2015, 1h41)
Produced by Adama Films.

Ingrid Bergman Tribute

Jag Är Ingrid (Ingrid Bergman, in Her Own Words) by Stig Björkman (2015, 1h54) Produced by Stina Gardell/Mantaray Film.

Palme d'Or Celebration:

The Golden Palm's Legend (La Légende de la Palme d'or) by Alexis Veller (2015, 1h10) Produced by AV Productions.

Centennial Orson Welles Celebration

Citizen Kane by Orson Welles (1941, 1h59)
A Warner Bros. presentation. The 4k restoration of Citizen Kane was completed at Warner Brothers Motion Picture Imagery by colorist Janet Wilson, with supervision by Ned Price. The image was reconstructed from three nitrate fine grain master positives as the original camera negative no longer survives. Optical soundtrack "RCA squeeze duplex format."

The Third Man (Le Troisième homme) by Carol Reed (1949, 1h44)
A Studiocanal presentation. Intermediate film print, 2nd generation of nitrate film (non-existent original negative), scanned in 4K and restored frame by frame in 4K by Deluxe in England. Restoration supervised by STUDIOCANAL.

The Lady from Shanghai (La Dame de Shanghai) by Orson Welles (1948, 1h27)
Presented by Park Circus. Restoration in 4K at Colorworks at Sony Pictures. The nitrate original negative was scanned in 4K at Deluxe in Hollywood before digital restoration, part of the work completed at MTI Film in Los Angeles. Sound restoration at Chase Audio at Deluxe, color grading and DCP prepared by Colorworks.

Two documentaries about Orson Welles:

Orson Welles, Autopsie d'une légende by Elisabeth Kapnist (2015, 56mn)
Produced by Phares et balises and Arte France.

This Is Orson Welles by Clara and Julia Kuperberg (2015, 53mn)
Produced by TCM Cinéma and Wichita Films.

An evening with Barbet Schroeder

More by Barbet Schroeder (1969, 1h57)
Restoration made by Digimage Classics in 2K. The laboratory worked with the original film and sound negatives. Color grading under the supervision of Barbet Schroeder. The film will be screened after Amnesia (2015, 1h36) selected in Séance spéciale.

Tribute to Manoel de Oliveira

Thanks to Manoel de Oliveira's daughter, Adelaide Trepa, and his grandson Manuel Casimiro, whom allowed with the help of Director José Manuel Costa and Subdirector Jui Machado, of the Cinemateca Portuguesa, the Festival de Cannes will screen his posthumous film Visita ou Memórias e Confissões (1982, 1h08). Previously unseen, it would have been only screened at the Cinemateca Portuguesa in Lisboa and Porto, Manoel de Oliveira's city of birth.

Lumière!

After Georges Méliès in the Grande Salle, to celebrate the 120 years of the birth of the Cinématographe Lumière, screening of a selection of Lumière films in the Grand Théâtre… Lumière.
A presentation of the Institut Lumière, of the Centre National du Cinéma and the Cinémathèque française. Screening in 4K DCP. 4K restoration carried out by Eclair Group, in collaboration with l'Immagine Ritrovata.   

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Re: Cannes
« Reply #52 on: May 10, 2015, 07:49:43 PM »
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looking at the new ew issue because they manipulated my emotions with their cover, andso they have a cannes must list. a qt movie is on the cover and there's a cannes must list. i really like that, and how normal liking movies feels to me right now because of this

quotes from ew's cannes must list, aka the cannes list one's mother might see:

10. love. they start at #1 but i'm being dramatic, plus it's love so hell yeah. "Can you still be an enfant terrible at 51? Gaspar Noé is certainly giving it a shot."

9. a tale of love and darkness. ~natalie portman's directing debut so no fuck + portman was born in jerusalem, respek

8. tale of tales. does one thank scorsese or criterion? let's thank garrone. "looks to be" hayek and john c. reilly and "visually sumptuous 17th-century trippiness."

7. la tête haute. female director kicking off the fest, deneuve and a delinquent kid

6. the lobster. lanthimos and his "wonderfully odd mind" and john c. reily and colin farrel and a lack of love results in people's transformations into animals aka fantasy through emotional textures aka fantasy as reality as fantasy, and i think lanthimos and a couple others breaking form with him greece and there's a couple more people breaking form with him and i'm jealous of how badass they can be and are being, from a global perspective, k modern art stuff and like it or not i mean you're a lobster there you go

5. the sea of trees. elephant mentioned, represent. "He's back this year with an existential drama about a lost man" is it cool, sorry but i'm just gonna repeat "an existential drama" mhmm. "about a lost man" mmmhmmm. "TRYING TO FIND HIMSELF" WHAT. "on a walkabout" YESYESYES. "at the foot of Japan's Mount Fuji." what to say? picture cartwheels, fireworks. "ever-musing star, Matthew McConaguhey."

4. sicario. denis villeneuve is unpusharoundable in his career now, btw. "He's once again plumbing the depths of despair," with benicio del toro "in Traffic mode" and emily blunt and fbi/crime

3. amy. senna director, amy winehouse biodoc. biodoc, a word ew didn't use, is two letters from biodome. something to think about

2. macbeth. australian director married to babadook actress "takes on Shakespeare" michael fassbender and marion cotillard called "world cinema's brightest"

1. carol. the circle here is noé to todd haynes. nice. i'm not there was 2007, totally great 5-ep mildred pierce not mentioned. "This romantic drama stares Rooney Mara as a department-store clerk who falls for an older married woman (Cate Blanchett) in 1950s New York."
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Re: Cannes
« Reply #53 on: May 24, 2015, 01:08:08 PM »
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Palme d'Or – Dheepan by Jacques Audiard
Grand Prix – Son of Saul by László Nemes
Best Director – Hou Hsiao-hsien for The Assassin
Best Screenplay – Michel Franco for Chronic
Best Actress - Rooney Mara for Carol, Emmanuelle Bercot for Mon roi
Best Actor – Vincent Lindon for The Measure of a Man
Jury Prize – The Lobster by Yorgos Lanthimos
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Re: Cannes
« Reply #54 on: May 24, 2015, 04:19:51 PM »
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Jacques Audiard! <3

This is all. Even if I haven't read a lot of positive reviews from this movie. And I thought that Rust and Bone was deeply flawed. But: anyway: Jacques Audiard. <3
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Re: Cannes
« Reply #55 on: May 25, 2015, 11:03:09 AM »
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Yeah interesting choice, I've yet to read a glowing review.

I'm also fascinated by the jury's selection process. What's the debate like between the Coen Brothers, Jake Gyllenhaal and Sienna Miller? I'm imagining something close to my freshman intro to film course when the film geeks would have to suffer through the jocks and sority girl's interpretation of 8 1/2.

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Re: Cannes
« Reply #56 on: June 07, 2015, 09:15:13 PM »
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Cannes 2015: the Posters d’Or
http://www.bfi.org.uk/news-opinion/sight-sound-magazine/features/pictures/cannes-2015-posters-d-or

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Re: Cannes
« Reply #57 on: April 14, 2016, 05:42:17 AM »
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Opening Film

“Cafe Society” (Woody Allen)

Official Competition

“Toni Erdmann” (Maren Ade)
“Julieta” (Pedro Almodovar)
“American Honey” (Andrea Arnold)
“Personal Shopper” (Olivier Assayas)
“The Unknown Girl” (Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardennes)
“It’s Only The End Of The World” (Xavier Dolan)
“Slack Bay” (Bruno Dumont)
“Paterson” (Jim Jarmusch)
“Staying Vertical” (Alain Guiraudie)
“Aquarius” (Kleber Mendonça Filho)
“Mal De Pierres” (Nicole Garcia)
“I, Daniel Blake” (Ken Loach)
“Ma’ Rosa” (Brillante Mendoza)
“Bacalaureat” (Cristian Mungiu)
“Loving” (Jeff Nichols)
“The Handmaiden” (Park Chan-Wook)
“The Last Face” (Sean Penn)
“Sierra Nevada” (Cristi Puiu)
“Elle” (Paul Verhoeven)
“The Neon Demon” (Nicholas Winding Refn)

Un Certain Regard

“Varoonegi” (Behnam Behzadi)
“Apprentice” (Boo Junfeng)
“Voir Du Pays” (Delphine & Muriel Coulin)
“La Danseuse” (Stéphanie Di Giusto)
“Eshtebak” (Mohamed Diab)
“The Red Turtle” (Michael Dudok De Wit)
“Fuchi Ni Tatsu” (Fukada Kôji)
“Omor Shakhsiya” (Maha Haj)
“Me’ever Laharim Vehagvaot” (Eran Kolirin)
“After The Storm” (Hirokazu Koreeda)
“Hymyilevä Mies” (juho Kuosmanen)
“La Larga Noche De Francisco Sanctis” (Francisco Márquez & Andrea Testa)
“Caini” (Bogdan Mirica)
“The Transfiguration” (Michael O’Shea)
“Captain Fantastic” (Matt Ross)
“Uchenik” (Kirill Serebrennikov)

Out Of Competition

“The BFG” (Steven Spielberg)
“Goksung” (Na Hong-Jin)
“Money Monster” (Jodie Foster)
“The Nice Guys” (Shane Black)

Midnight Screenings

“Gimme Danger” (Jim Jarmusch)
“The Train To Busan” (Yeon Sang-Ho)

Special Sessions

“L’ultima Spiaggia” (Thanos Anastopoulos & Davide Del Degan)
“Hissein Habré, Une Tragédie Tchadienne” (Mahamat-Saleh Haroun)
“La Mort De Louis XIV” (Albert Serra)
“Le Cancre” (Paul Vecchiali)

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Re: Cannes
« Reply #58 on: April 14, 2016, 12:21:02 PM »
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“Toni Erdmann” (Maren Ade)
“Julieta” (Pedro Almodovar)
“American Honey” (Andrea Arnold)
“Personal Shopper” (Olivier Assayas)
“The Unknown Girl” (Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardennes)
“It’s Only The End Of The World” (Xavier Dolan)
“Slack Bay” (Bruno Dumont)
“Paterson” (Jim Jarmusch)
“Staying Vertical” (Alain Guiraudie)

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« Reply #59 on: April 15, 2016, 04:10:53 PM »
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“Toni Erdmann” (Maren Ade)
“Julieta” (Pedro Almodovar)
“American Honey” (Andrea Arnold)
“Personal Shopper” (Olivier Assayas)
“The Unknown Girl” (Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardennes)
“It’s Only The End Of The World” (Xavier Dolan)
“Slack Bay” (Bruno Dumont)
“Paterson” (Jim Jarmusch)
“Staying Vertical” (Alain Guiraudie)

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“Aquarius” (Kleber Mendonça Filho)

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