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    CANNES Festival 2019


    THE OFFICIAL CANNES POSTER DEPICTS A YOUNG AGNES VARDA


    The Cannes Film Festival 14-25 May 2019

    You'll find a quick survey of the Cannes 2019 Competition list by Peter Bradshaw today in the GUARDIAN.

    2019 Cannes Film Festival Lineup: Terrence Malick, Xavier Dolan, Almodóvar Compete for Palme d’Or
    Cannes is celebrating its 72nd year in 2019 beginning May 14.

    The 2019 Cannes Film Festival has announced the majority of its official lineup, including films set to debut in sections such as Competition, Un Certain Regard, Out of Competition, Special Screenings, and Midnight Screenings. The lineup was announced this morning during a press conference. One thing to note is that additions to the lineup will most likely happen in the coming days. The lineup being announced this morning is the majority of the 2019 slate.

    One film already confirmed for the festival is Jim Jarmusch’s “The Dead Don’t Die,” which has been selected to open Cannes 2019 on May 14. The movie is a zombie comedy starring Adam Driver, Bill Murray, and Chloe Sevigny as police officers who must protect their small town from the undead. “The Dead Don’t Die” will be in competition at Cannes, bringing Jarmusch back to the Palme d’Or race after “Paterson” in 2016. Other Jarmusch efforts that have competed for the Palme at Cannes include “Only Lovers Left Alive,” “Broken Flowers” (winner of the Grand Jury Prize), “Dead Man,” and “Mystery Train.” Jarmusch’s short film “Coffee and Cigarettes” won the Best Short Film prize at Cannes in 1993.

    Potential Oscar Contenders of Cannes 2019 (somebody thinks) Include 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' and Isabelle Huppert. Isabelle Huppert Says Her Performance in Cannes-Bound 'Frankie' is something completely new for her.

    This year it appears that both Netflix and Amazon film releases are excluded, logically since these "giants" have not changed their policy toward French cinema release.

    This year’s Cannes COMPETITION JURY will be led by “Birdman” and “The Revenant” Oscar winner Alejandro G. Iñárritu. The filmmaker won the Best Director prize at Cannes for “Babel” in 2006 and returned to the competition lineup in 2010 with the drama “Biutiful,” which won star Javier Bardem the Best Actor prize. The rest of Iñárritu’s jury will be announced later.

    The late Agnès Varda is featured in the official poster. There are still only four women directors included in the Competition list (though as Deadline points out in its tidy review, that is "the most of any recent year"). The lucky ladies are Mati Diop, Jessica Hausner, Céline Sciamma and Justine Triet. The second two are French.

    Opening Night Film
    “The Dead Don’t Die,” Jim Jarmusch (also in Competition)



    Competition
    Pain & Glory/Dolor y gloria, dir: Pedro Almódovar
    Parasite/ 기생충 (Gisaengchung), dir: Bong Joon-ho
    The Wild Goose Lake/南方车站的聚会, dir: Diao Yinan
    The Traitor/Il traditore, dir: Marco Bellocchio
    Young Ahmed/Le jeune Ahmed, dirs: Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne
    Matthias & Maxime, dir: Xavier Dolan
    Oh Mercy/Roubaix, une lumière, dir: Arnaud Desplechin
    A Hidden Life, dir: Terrence Malick
    Sorry We Missed You, dir: Ken Loach
    Little Joe, dir: Jessica Hausner
    Portrait Of A Lady On Fire/Portrait de la jeune fille en feu , dir: Céline Sciamma
    Atlantique, dir: Mati Diop
    Sibyl, dir: Justine Triet
    It Must Be Heaven, dir: Elia Suleiman
    Frankie, dir: Ira Sachs
    Bacurau, dirs: Kleber Mendonça Filho & Juliano Dornelles
    The Whistlers/La Gomera, dir: Corneliu Porumboiu
    Les Misérables, dir: Ladj Ly
    Later addition:
    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, dir. Quentin Tarantino

    Un Certain Regard
    Invisible Life, dir: Karim Aïnouz
    Beanpole, dir: Kantemir Balagov
    The Swallows Of Kabul, dirs: Zabou Breitman & Eléa Gobé Mévellec
    A Brother’s Love, dir: Monia Chokri
    The Climb, dir: Michael Covino
    Jeanne, dir: Bruno Dumont
    A Sun That Never Sets, dir: Olivier Laxe
    Chambre 212, dir: Christophe Honoré
    Port Authority, dir: Danielle Lessovitz
    Papicha, dir: Mounia Meddour
    Adam, dir: Maryam Touzani
    Zhuo Ren Mi Mi, dir: Midi Z
    Liberté, dir: Albert Serra
    Bull, dir: Annie Silverstein
    Summer Of Changsha, dir: Zu Feng
    Evge, dir: Nariman Aliev

    Out of Competition
    Les Plus Belles Années D’Une Vie, dir: Claude Lelouch
    Rocketman, dir: Dexter Fletcher
    Too Old To Die Young – North Of Hollywood, West Of Hell (two episodes); dir: Nicolas Winding Refn
    Diego Maradona, dir: Asif Kapadia
    La Belle Epoque, dir: Nicolas Bedos

    Special Screenings
    Tommaso, dir: Abel Ferrara
    Share, dir: Pippa Bianco
    For Sama, dirs: Waad Al Kateab & Edward Watts
    Etre Vivant Et Le Savoir/To Be Alive and Know It, dir: Alain Cavalier
    Family Romance LLC, dir: Werner Herzog
    Que Sea Ley, Juan Solanas

    Midnight Screenings
    “The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil,” Lee Won-Tae

    Critics week (Features competition)
    About Lelia, dir: Amin Sidi-Boumédiène
    Land Of Ashes, dir: Sofía Quirós Ubeda
    A White, White Day, dir: Hlynur Pálmason
    I Lost My Body, dir: Jérémy Clapin
    Our Mothers, dir: César Diaz
    The Unknown Saint, dir: Alaa Eddine Aljem
    Vivarium, dir: Lorcan Finnegan


    ALAIN DELON WILL GET A SPECIAL PALM; XAVIER DOLAN IS BACK; SO IS CÉLINE SCIAMMA (WATERLILIES, TOMBOY, GIRLHOOD)
    Last edited by Chris Knipp; 06-05-2019 at 02:11 PM.

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