Cannes lineup announced

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  1. Jean-Michel

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    IN COMPETITION

    A Cinq Heures de l'Aprés-midi (At Five in the Afternoon) - Samira Makhmalbaf, Iran/France
    Akarui Mirai (Bright Future) - Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Japan
    The Brown Bunny - Vincent Gallo, U.S.
    Carandiru - Hector Babenco, Brazil
    Ce Jour-là - Raoul Ruiz, France
    Les Côtelettes - Bertrand Blier, France
    Il Cuore Altrove (The Heart is Everywhere) - Pupi Avati, Italy
    Dogville - Lars von Trier, Denmark
    Elephant - Gus Van Sant, U.S.
    Les Égarés - André Téchiné, France
    Father and Son - Alexander Sokurov, Russia
    Les Invasions Barbares - Denys Arcand, Canada/France
    Mystic River - Clint Eastwood, U.S.
    The Moab Story / The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Part 1 - Peter Greenaway, Netherlands/UK
    La Petite Lili - Claude Miller, France
    Purple Butterfly - Lou Ye, China
    Shara - Kawase Naomi, Japan
    Swimming Pool - François Ozon, France
    Tiresia - Bertrand Bonello, France
    Uzak - Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Turkey

    OUT OF COMPETITION

    OPENING FILM: Fanfan la Tulipe - Gerard Krawczyk, France
    Mansion by the Lake - Lester James Peries, Sri Lanka
    The Matrix Reloaded - Andy and Larry Wachowski, U.S.
    Qui a Tué Bambi? - Gilles Marchand, France
    Le Temps du Loup - Michael Haneke, France/Austria
    Les Triplettes de Belleville - Sylvain Chomet, France
    Vai e Vem - João Monteiro, Brazil
    CLOSING FILM: Modern Times - Charlie Chaplin, U.S.

    SPECIAL SCREENINGS

    Charlie: The Life and Art of Charlie Chaplin - Richard Schickel, U.S.
    The Fog of War - Errol Morris, U.S.
    Il Grido d'Angoscia dell'Uccello Predatore 20 Tagli d'Aprile - Nanni Moretti, Italy
    The Last Customer - Nanni Moretti, Italy
    S-21, la Machine de Mort Khmer Rouge - Rithy Panh, France/Cambodia

    UN CERTAIN REGARD

    OPENING FILM: En Jouant "Dans la Compagnie des Hommes" - Arnaud Desplechin, France
    All Tomorrow's Parties - Lik Wai Yu, Hong Kong
    American Splendor - Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini, U.S.
    Crimson Gold - Jafar Panahi, Iran
    Drifters - Wang Xiaoshuai, China
    Hoy y Mañana - Alejandro Chomski, Argentina
    Japanese Story - Sue Brooks, Australia
    Kiss of Life - Emily Young, UK
    Les Mains Vides - Marc Recha, France/Spain
    La Meglio Gioventù - Marco Tullio Giordana, Italy
    Milles Mois (A Thousand Months) - Faouzi Bensaïdi, France/Morocco
    Robinson's Crusoe - Lin Cheng-sheng, Taiwan
    September - Max Färberböck, Germany
    Stormy Weather - Sólveig Anspach, France
    Struggle - Ruth Mader, Austria
    Young Adam - David Mackenzie, UK
     
  2. Nick C.

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    pardon the ignorance, what is the "un certain regard" category?

    also, anyone know what's the status with WKW's 2046? I recall several interviews/mentions of 2046 being ready in time for Cannes [​IMG]
     
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    Oh, man I wished I could be there!
    Dogville - Lars von Trier, Denmark
    The Matrix Reloaded - Andy and Larry Wachowski, U.S.
    Also this film?
    Akarui Mirai (Bright Future) - Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Japan
    Does this guy has anything to do with Akira Kurosawa ?
     
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    Regarding "2046," isn't Christopher Doyle the cinematographer? I read that they just aren't finished filming yet and the CG work hasn't begun.

    ~T
     
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    Wasn't Tarantino's Kill Bill scheduled for a special 'out of competition' screening at this year's Cannes?
     
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    I thought 'The Brown Bunny' would have won the Palme d'Or based on the word during the festival. [​IMG]

    Looking forward to Elephant now. What was the response towards Dogville?
     
  14. Sam Davatchi

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    If you would like to know, I watched the ceremony and from start to the end, they played the Lord of the Rings score!
     
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    I wonder if Dogville has any shot at the Best Pix Oscar now. No boost from Cannes can't be good for it.

    I guess Elephant is a documentary, is that correct? If so I would think it would be a lock for one of the 5 doc nominations.
     
  16. Sam Davatchi

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    No "Elephant" is a movie and Gus Van Sant won the best director for it also.
     

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