“Last Night in Soho” (Edgar Wright) Edgar Wright’s latest has been veiled in secrecy for months, but … For a festival that loves stars, it would not have gotten better than the red carpet for “The French Dispatch”: Tilda Swinton, Bill Murray, Timothee Chalamet, Lea Seydoux, Benicio del Toro, Elisabeth Moss, Owen Wilson, Frances McDormand, and more. She tracks him down to the Cévennes mountains trail, but he’s long-gone, leaving only a donkey in his wake. In any year, a Cannes premiere for French writer/director/actress Maïwenn’s new film is an inevitability. The movie, which also features “Blue is the Warmest Color” breakout Adele Exarchopoulos, boasts an original score by the filmmaker, whose movies always deliver wacky adventures worth the trip, no matter where they end up. Jeff Nichols? “Vincere” (2009) The early life and rise to power of Benito Mussolini is the subject of this thrillingly … Christopher Nolan is no stranger to Cannes buzz. Director: Sergei Loznitsa … —DE. Movies. ), Wright has wrangled a thrilling new co-writer in “1917” scribe Krysty Wilson-Cairns, a history buff who we can only hope brings those obsessions to the film. Grossing more than $90 million worldwide, Yeon Sang-ho’s frenetic “Train to Busan” stood above the recent horde of zombie movies because of memorable performances, a clever use of space, and an open-hearted message about the need to stick together in the face of a crisis (good advice!). Otherwise known as “ADN” in French, “DNA” centers on a woman close to her Algerian grandfather who, after his death, must confront the complicated upbringing from which he tried to protect her. —DE, Cannes has always been very good to Kawase in the past, playing home to seven of her films (six in the aughts alone), and tapping her to serve as the president of both the festival’s forward-looking Cinefondation section and its Short Film Jury in 2016, and the Official Competition jury in 2013. The Safdie brothers? Hot off 2018’s HBO miniseries “Sharp Objects,” Adams is your go-to gal for boozy existential peril. Technically the third installment of Yeon’s series (he also directed the iffy animated prequel “Seoul Station”), “Peninsula” is a larger-budgeted sequel that’s set four years after the original, and picks up the story after the walking dead have reduced most of Korea to an uninhabitable wasteland. These are the ingredients of the Cannes Film Festival – an annual showcase of the biggest and best new movies from esteemed filmmakers around the … —KE, Despite its stature as the world’s most prestigious film festival, Cannes has long been unable to ignore the allure (and the marketing firepower) of big-budget animated offerings from the Hollywood set — this is a festival where both “Shrek” and “Shrek 2” didn’t just premiere, but did so in competition, after all — but it’s been able to marry artistry and studio sensibility when it comes to Pixar debuts. Joe Wright’s “Rear Window”-style psychological thriller about the mental collapse of an agoraphobic, alcoholic psychologist (Amy Adams) has already endured many a pushback from Disney-owned 20th Century Studios. German actress Potente has been a recognizable face in current cinema for over 20 years, starting with her iconic turn in “Run Lola Run,” and continuing through a string of Hollywood credits, from “Blow” to “The Bourne Identity.” This year, however, she’s poised to move into the directing chair with her feature-length debut with the California-set “Home,” which stars Jake McLaughlin as an ex-con who returns from a 20-year prison stint and struggles to settle back into his old hometown despite lingering resentment for the crime that put him away in the first place. Founded in 1946, the invitation-only festival is held annually (usually in May) at the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès. Sign up for our Email Newsletters here. The Festival de Cannes is supporting the Official Selection films upon release, for their preview showings and throughout their time at film festivals around the world. Niccharelli has never screened at Cannes before, but she’s been a longtime favorite of Venice, and seems poised to take the next step in the international arena. 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That hasn’t changed, so time will tell whether this potential Cannes coup works out. But a Cannes slot could give this hotly awaited film a chance to rise from the ashes, even after test screenings reportedly left focus groups uneasy over the film’s less-than-tidy resolution. Leos Carax works sparingly, but the elusive French auteur is always worth the wait. In any case, what we do know is more than enough to get excited. Release Calendar DVD & Blu-ray Releases Top Rated Movies Most Popular Movies Browse Movies by Genre Top Box Office Showtimes & Tickets Showtimes & Tickets In Theaters Coming Soon Coming Soon Movie News India Movie Spotlight. Over 20 notable film festivals from around the world including Cannes and Sundance have joined together to stream movies free on YouTube. —KE. Starring Gemma Arterton as a reclusive writer, the film is set during World War II and finds Arterton’s Alice unexpectedly in charge of a young man after the London Blitz. —EK. Other details are slim, but we know that “Soul” — which is also the rare Pixar feature focused on a person of color — will see Joe attempting to reunite his body and soul after learning some big lessons along the way. Here's a look at six mainstream movies that premiered at Cannes and went on to find box office or critical success. In 2012, his boundary-pushing “Holy Motors” was the great surprise of Cannes competition, an abstract soul-searching story of a mysterious figure juggling multiple identities over the course of a single surreal day. Jennifer Connelly!) Apichatpong Weerasethakul and Tilda Swinton, Weerasethakul’s movies are usually an acquired taste, but those willing to open themselves up to his singular vision are rewarded with truly unexpected ways of experiencing the modern world. With Anouk Aimée, Rachel Bailit, Greta Scacchi, Maximilian Schell. Five female directors are also featured in the 2020 Official Selection. For a certain class of contemporary cinephile, a new Wright joint is always going to be an event, and while details remain slim on “Soho,” movie obsessive Wright has already let slip a few inspirations, naming other British horror films like “Don’t Look Now” and “Repulsion” as guide posts. Amirpour has yet to bring a film to Cannes, and with increased pressure on the festival to make room for women directors, especially diverse ones, um, hello, there’s a visionary one right here. On Wednesday 3 June at 6:00pm, Pierre Lescure and Thierry Frémaux have announced the line-up of the 73rd edition of the Festival de Cannes, live from the UGC Normandie in Paris. Her followup feature, “Mon Roi,” a twisted love story starring Vincent Cassel and Emmanuelle Bercot, also competed in competition on the Croisette in 2015, earning Bercot Best Actress. Co-written by the screenwriter of “A Prophet” and starring Adjani, Maiwenn, and Rachida Bakri as its eponymous sisters, “Soeurs” finds Benguigui splitting her persona into three equal shards for a story about a filmmaker, a politician, and a businesswoman each navigate their relationships to their home and adopted countries. Acquired during post-production by NEON as the U.S. distributed reaped the box office rewards of “Parasite,” the movie could be the latest to find support from the latest company to figure out how to push non-English cinema into the mainstream. Given the project’s high profile and its connection to one of European cinema’s greatest titans, this would be a natural (if long overdue) opportunity to let Hansen-Løve graduate from the sidebars and invite her into the main Competition at Cannes. Alice, an actress, wants to direct an indie picture. A landmark of the Italian neorealist movement, Rome, Open City was one of 11 winners at the 1946 festival. Who hears “zombie comedy” and foresees what “Shaun of the Dead” would become? The film is… His next film, “Tre Piani,” is Moretti’s first adaptation of another source material, lifting from an Israeli book by Eshkol Nevo. Interviews with leading film and TV creators about their process and craft. These directors only have so much in common, but — in the broadest of terms — their movies marry classical stylization with contemporary zeal. Wes Anderson has used the Berlin International Film Festival to launch his last two feature films, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and “Isle of Dogs,” but 2020 was supposed to mark the auteur’s big return to Cannes with his new project, “The French Dispatch.” Anderson was last at Cannes with “Moonrise Kingdom,” which world premiered on the opening night of the 2012 event. With Swinton at its center, “Memoria” could be Weerasethakul’s ticket to a larger audience, at least relative to the festival bubble that has celebrated him for years. For a crowd that adored “Inside Out,” “Soul” sounds like the next Hollywood feature that could really break through to the festival set, if it gets the chance. Here are 25 of them. The screenplay comes from master writer Tracy Letts, who also co-stars as Anna’s much-needed therapist. Each year, IndieWire assembles a wish list of movies that we hope will make the cut. Just because Cannes won’t take place at the usual time doesn’t change the caliber of cinema that could have shown up there — and, hey, still might — so we’re proceeding with business as usual. Cannes would have been a natural platform for his latest bizarro cinematic adventure, which has the sort of ludicrous premise that only Dupieux could envision: It’s the story of two friends (comedy duo Grégoire Ludig and David Marsais) who discover a fly trapped in a car boot and train it to do tricks for easy money. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic in France, festival management announced on 14 April 2020 that the festival could not be held in its "original form", with alternative means of observing the festival being explored. “ADN” has the potential to do that in an even more personal way than before. After all, when have Wright’s films ever benefited from leaking loglines? While many Cannes critics tend to ignore her work at the festival, Kawase’s allegorical fantasies have won plenty of fans over the years. The 73rd annual Cannes Film Festival was scheduled to take place from 12 to 23 May 2020. However, while festivals ranging from SXSW to Tribeca canceled or postponed their plans, the splashiest celebration of cinema on the calendar was holding out for its May dates as long as possible. In 1951 agreement was reached to hold the Cannes Film Festival in May and the Venice Film Festival in the autumn. Italian director Nanni Moretti is hardly a stranger to Cannes. The story reportedly unfolds from the perspective of Frank’s imaginary friend Kitty, who becomes more real as Frank addresses her through her diary entries. Given the unpredictable circumstances, it’s impossible to know whether that timeline is realistic — but Cannes wouldn’t be Cannes if it didn’t project an aura of confidence about what it was doing, and for the time being, the world’s most glamorous festival still plans to hold a 2020 edition. The festival opened with Pirates, directed by Roman Polanski and closed with El Amor brujo, directed by Carlos Saura. Award-winners and contenders from Cannes Film Festival (1992) Menu. Warner Bros. had overwhelming success bringing “Mad Max: Fury Road” to Cannes in 2015 (many thought it would’ve won the Palme d’Or had it debuted in competition) and “Tenet” could’ve followed suit. Finally, late last week, Cannes announced that it would delay its festivities and expressed a desire to reschedule the event for late June. —KE, The prankish sensibilities of French filmmaker Dupieux — who doubles as the DJ Mr. Oizu — have been well-established at Cannes over the years, with surreal gambits like the existential killer tire movie “Rubber” and last year’s demented jacket gimmick “Deerskin” proving that he has no shortage of outrageous ideas, and the wherewithal to pull them off. His much-hyped return to jet fuel-powered drama, “Top Gun: Maverick” boasts a stacked cast of both big names (Cruise! —EK. A debut on the Croisette for the film, still set to hit theaters in September from Focus Features, would have been a match made in a movie-lover heaven. Maïwenn’s next film, “DNA,” announced by Wild Bunch in January, draws upon Maïwenn’s own history as a French-born woman of mixed Vietnamese, French, and Algerian descent. A film that premiered at the Cannes Film Festival this week reportedly caused outrage and prompted walkouts due to its lengthy ... Kechiche is best known for his 2013 movie … A Cannes debut would’ve been fitting for “Tenet,” as it’s the most international film of Nolan’s career: The director filmed the espionage epic in seven countries. (So if the festival actually happens this summer, it’s not off the table. After breaking onto the international stage with her widely acclaimed “Inch’Allah Dimanche” in 2001, Yamina Benguigui — a French filmmaker of Algerian descent — seemed poised to become a mainstay on the international festival circuit. —EK, Tom Cruise and Cannes might not seem like the most natural of fits — the actor hasn’t appeared at the festival to promote one of his films since “Far and Away,” way back in 1992 — but the festival always needs a few big stars on the red carpet, and Cruise has continued to be one of the biggest star in the world. Cannes festival 2019: full list of films This article is more than 1 year old All the films screening at the 72nd edition of France’s celebrated film festival and rising talents (from Glenn Powell to Jay Ellis, Danny Ramirez to Lewis Pullman), and would have benefited immensely from the global stage Cannes sets out. Cannes Film Festival Posters Through the Years. —ZS. “The Hill Where the Lionesses Roar” screened only a few minutes for industry attendees at the Les Arcs Film Festival last December and won an audience engagement prize there. No matter her method of telling the story, the Romola Garai-starring film has plenty of real-life drama to pull from. Despite her formidable intellect, her personal life was fraught, and she was often at the mercy of her cruel long-time partner Edward Aveling (played by Patrick Kennedy). The 41st Cannes Film Festival was held from 11 to 23 May 1988.The Palme d'Or went to the Pelle erobreren by Bille August.. The 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival took place from 14 to 25 May 2019. There’s nothing conventional about Folman’s techniques to date, which means that this version of “Anne Frank” is poised to make the material resonant in a whole new light, whenever it gets out there. —RL. Since most of the main characters from “Train to Busan” have already been eaten alive on screen, Yeon has turned to a new cast fronted by “Golden Slumbers” star Kang Dong-won and singer-actress Lee Jung-hyun. Filming took place in 2019, with the cast including Margherita Buy, Riccardo Scamarcio, Alba Rohrwacher, and Moretti himself, so this one looks ready to go for the 2020 festival circuit. Cannes Film Festival Award-Winning Films To Watch: ‘La Dolce Vita’ ... May 12 should have been the day of the opening of the 73rd edition of the Cannes Film Festival… Nineteen years since “Inch’Allah Dimanche” premiered at TIFF, Benguigui has wrapped a new fiction project. The 2020 selection encompasses 11 short films from 12 different countries, for a total running time of 2h24. All rights reserved. Cast: A cavalcade of faces representing the Ukrainian people. Opening film – out of competition Les Fantômes d’Ismaël (dir: Arnaud Desplechin) Competition (BPM) Beats Per Minute (dir: Robin Campillo) The Beguiled (dir: Sofia Coppola) The Day After (dir: Hong Sang-soo) A Gentle Creature (dir: Sergei Loznitsa) Good Time (dirs: Benny & Josh Safdie) Happy End (dir: Michael Haneke) In the Fade (dir: Fatih Akin) Jupiter’s Moon (dir: Kornél Mundruczó) The Killing of a Sacred Deer (dir: Yo… A page-turning February 2019 New Yorker profile of author Finn, whose real name is Dan Mallory, reveals an unstable writer who may or may not have plagiarized the material, and one who repeatedly lied to his publishers about the source of his New York Times bestseller — and his deteriorating psychic state, not unlike his protagonist. For his latest project, Folman has tackled one of the most widely known literary figures of the 20th century by giving her a whole new platform. “Where Is Anne Frank” reportedly pulls from the teen diarist’s archives to deliver a whole new adaptation of her tragic coming-of-age story. Cannes 2019: The 15 best movies we saw at the festival - Vox Follow their news on social media via the #Cannes2020 hashtag and explore the 2020 SELECTION WEBSITE! Little is known about his untitled new film beyond the fact that it’s set in New York City, stars Vanessa Kirby, and features the “Hobbs & Shaw” actress in at least one big look. The filmmaker has described the movie as another dreamlike descent into a lyrical world just a few degrees removed from the real one, while still immersed in real places and people. As with “Rocketman” last year, a “Top Gun” slot would have helped catapult the movie into its theatrical release, which was slated for June 24. She smashed the conventions of vampire movies and spaghetti westerns with 2014’s “A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night,” and did it again with the post-apocalyptic shoot-em-up “The Bad Batch,” the Iranian-American director’s 2017 English-language debut. The film, which Hansen-Løve described to IndieWire as a story about “how film tends to replace my memories of what really happened,” has the potential to be something of a crossover arthouse hit for one of modern cinema’s most consistently brilliant auteurs, whose previous work (such as “Eden,” “Things to Come,” and “Goodbye First Love”) has found deep American fanbases despite limited distribution. According to Fremaux, a record 2,067 features were up for consideration for the 2020 Cannes Film Festival, up from last year’s 1,845 films. Stay on top of the latest breaking film and TV news! Kaz, a talkative (and maybe bogus) deal maker, promises $3 million if she'll use Millie, an aging French star. But the movie has been in the can for a minute, and would be a natural fit on the Croisette if it maintains even a fraction of the bouncy throwback energy that have made Leon’s previous work feel so fresh. Before you can say “The Bling Ring,” well yes: Some who have seen it are already making the comparison. But no matter how much the world has put its major events on hold, there are a wealth of other finished or just-finished projects out there that look strong enough to justify a Cannes launch, if and when that happens. While much of the praise surrounding “Portrait of a Lady on Fire” centered on the performances from Noémie Merlant and Adèle Haenel, Luàna Bajrami held her own as the movie’s supportive maid, and won the “Most Promising Actress” prize from 2020 Césars. But her interest in the plight of French immigrants ultimately led Benguigui in a different direction; after making a small number of documentaries that shared the social concerns of her debut feature, Benguigui followed her convictions into the political arena, fighting for human rights on Paris’ city council and then serving at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It still could be if Cannes’ plan to delay the 2020 festival to late June holds, as Warner Bros. is opening “Tenet” in July. THE FRENCH DISPATCH by Wes Anderson (USA) - 1h43, Production : INDIAN PAINTBRUSH PRODUCTIONS / AMERICAN EMPIRICAL PICTURES - International Sales : FOX SEARCHLIGHT PICTURES - French Distribution : THE WALT DISNEY COMPANY, Production : MANDARIN - International Sales : PLAYTIME - French Distribution : DIAPHANA, ASA GA KURU (True Mothers) by Naomi Kawase (Japan) - 2h20, Production : KINO FILMS CO - International Sales : PLAYTIME - French Distribution : HAUT ET COURT, LOVERS ROCK by Steve McQueen (United Kingdom) - 1h08, Production : TURBINE STUDIOS LIMITED - International Sales : TURBINE STUDIOS LIMITED, MANGROVE by Steve McQueen (United Kingdom) - 2h04, DRUK (Another Round) by Thomas Vinterberg - (Danemark) - 1h55, Production : ZENTROPA - International Sales : TRUSTNORDISK - French Distribution : HAUT ET COURT, ADN (DNA) by Maïwenn (France / Algeria) - 1h30, Production : WHY NOT PRODUCTIONS - Ventes : WILD BUNCH INTERNATIONAL, LAST WORDS by Jonathan Nossiter (USA) - 2h06, Production : STEMAL - 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The Spanish Academy of Film Arts and Sciences announced this morning the films selected to compete for the # Goya2021 that will be held on March 6. The cast also includes recent Oscar nominee Kathy Bates and “Get Out” sensation Lil Rel Howery. The Cannes Film Festival isn't just about foreign films with subtitles. While the movie was well-received at Sundance, winning the festival’s directing prize and scoring a lucrative distribution deal with Amazon, a Cannes slot could have elevated Bradley’s appeal to a global scale, and she deserves it. Years have passed — in the interim, Folman created “En Terapia,” the Israeli series that inspired HBO’s “In Therapy” — but fans of his last two features have been keen on seeing what else he can do with his distinctive style. Her 2011 Paris-set crime drama “Polisse” scooped up the Cannes Jury Prize, followed by 13 César Award nominations the following year. After 'Tenet,' Christopher Nolan Wants to Film More in India and Work with More Indian Actors, Don't Call It a Comeback: 2021 Film Festivals Remain Vital in Whatever Form They Take, Disney+ Announces 'Falcon and Winter Solider,' 'WandaVision' Release Dates, Return of 'Mandalorian'. Cannes loves movies about American society (especially impoverished American society) that use film language in exciting new ways, and the international profile sometimes helps clarify the talent at hand by pushing beyond the “documentary” moniker. The specifics of that gift remain shrouded in question, but knowing Carax, it’s safe to assume that much about the narrative defies easy description. Since then, radio silence…until last year, when Carax finally started production on what has sounded like his most ambitious project to date, and his first foray into English language. Needless to say, if Cannes does happen, its lineup has a lot of potential. Award-winners and contenders from Cannes Film Festival (2010) Menu. The 70th Cannes Film Festival took place from 17 to 28 May 2017, in Cannes, France. Adapted from author AJ Finn’s 2018 potboiler, it was originally slated for an October 2019 awards season release, then moved to May 15 of this year, and then moved again into the ether as its fate — like so many movies right now — remains unknown. —EK, Edgar Wright’s latest has been veiled in secrecy for months, but no bother. And while there were efforts during that time to collaborate with Isabelle Adjani on a film of some kind, nothing came from those until now. Get The Latest IndieWire Alerts And Newsletters Delivered Directly To Your Inbox. He followed that up with the daring 2013 Directors’ Fortnight opener “The Congress,” a blend of animation and live action so tapped into the scary potential of modern technology it has now looks downright prophetic. —EK. —DE, François Ozon is no stranger to the Cannes Film Festival, having competed for the Palme d’Or with “Swimming Pool” and “Double Lover,” and he could’ve been back in the running for the festival’s top prize in 2020 with his new directorial effort “Summer of ’85.” Ozon is renowned for his fearless explorations of sexuality, and “Summer of ’85” is pure Ozon territory as it tells the story of a 16-year-old boy who capsizes off the coast of Normandy and is saved by an 18-year-old teenager.

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