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  • seabel
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    #148287

    Since Golddbery hasn’t got a proper Film News section, I’ve decided to put this in Movies. Cannes 2014 is closer. I’m surprised there wasn’t a thread about this already.

    The organization announced in January that Jane Campion would be the President of the Jury and two movies, “Two days, one night” (Dardenne Brothers) and “Maps to the Stars” (David Cronenberg) have already been confirmed in competition.

    However, the next weeks are going to be full of official press statements and news, for example the announcement of the hostess of the opening and closing ceremonies, the official movies announcement in competition and other sections (April 23), as well as the jury (April’s last week).

    So, time to make predictions? Jury members? Movies?

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    Beau S.
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    When were those two films confirmed?

    I hope to see one of this year’s Oscar winners on the panel. Maybe Cate Blanchett if she’s not too busy. Or maybe Alfonso Cuaron or Spike Jonze.

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    seabel
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    Viggy Simmons ‏@ViggySimmons March 11
    DEUX JOURS, UNE NUIT des frères Dardenne avec Marion Cotillard sortira
    le 21 mai. Deuxième “confirmation” pour Cannes après Cronenberg.

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    Gabriel
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    Viggy Simmons ‏@ViggySimmons March 11
    DEUX JOURS, UNE NUIT des frères Dardenne avec Marion Cotillard sortira
    le 21 mai. Deuxième “confirmation” pour Cannes après Cronenberg.

    Good news. i look forward to the reactions – the Dardennes never disappoint.

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    Beau S.
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    Awesome! Can’t wait to hear reax to Moore and Cotillard!

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    Emmys2011
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    #148293

    I have never attempted to predict the line-up. Does Miss Julie have a chance of getting in??? It sounds like they might put a Liv Ullmann film in competition……

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    Scottferguson
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    #148294

    Maybe in a non-competition section (Un certain regard or Quinzaine maybe). Competition seems unlikely.

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    seabel
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    Count Ullmann in.

    This is my prediction for the competition.

    A LITTLE CHAOS Alan Rickman

    A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH AND REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE Roy Andersson

    BIG EYES Tim Burton

    BIRDMAN Alejandro González Iñárritu

    BON RETABLISSEMENT! Jean Becker

    CHILD 44 Daniel Espinosa

    CLOUDS OF SILS MARIA Olivier Assayas

    DIPLOMATIE Volker Schlöndorff

    EDEN Mia Hansen-Love

    EISENSTEIN IN GUANAUJATO Peter Greenaway

    EVERY THING WILL BE FINE Wim Wenders

    FRANCOFONIA Aleksandr Sokurov

    HOW TO CATCH A MONSTER Ryan Gosling

    INHERENT VICE Paul Thomas Anderson

    JANE GOT A GUN Gavin O’Connor

    JIMMY’S HALL Ken Loach

    JUPITER ASCENDING Wachowski Brothers

    KNIGHT OF CUPS Terrence Malick

    KUIME Takashi Miike

    L’HOMME QUE L’ON AMAIT TROP André Téchiné

    LA FORET Arnaud Desplechin

    LEARNING TO DRIVE, Isabel Coixet

    LEVIAFAN Andrey Zvyagintsev

    MAPS TO THE STARS David Cronenberg

    METAMORPHOSES, Christophe Honoré

    MIDNIGHT SPECIAL Jeff Nichols

    MR. TURNER Mike Leigh

    ON THE MILKY ROAD Emir Kusturica

    ONE LUCKY MOON Peter Bogdanovich

    PONTS DE SARAJEVO Jean-Luc Godard

    QUEEN AND COUNTRY John Boorman

    RETURN Zhang Yimou

    SAINT LAURENT Bertrand Bonello

    SALAUD ON T’AIME Claude Lelouch

    STILL THE WATER, Naomi Kawase

    STILLE HJERTE Bille August

    THE CAPTIVE, Atom Egoyan

    THE CUT, Fatih Akin

    THE ENIGMA OF BENITO CERENO Andrey Konchalovsky

    THE FACE OF AN ANGEL Michael Winterbottom

    THE HOMESMAN Tommy Lee Jones

    THE ROVER David Michôd

    THE SEARCH Michel Hazanavicius

    TRANSCENDENDE Wally Pfister

    TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT Dardenne Brothers

    WHILE WE’RE YOUNG Noah Baumbach

    WILD Jean Marc Vallée

    WINTER SLEEP Nuri Bilge Ceylan

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    babypook
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    March 25, 2014 | 11:24 AM
     
    Festival programmers are assembling a slate that could bring Angelina, Meryl and Woody to the South of France
    Full story at TheWrap
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    vinny
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    #148297

    I never really took much interest in the Cannes but after last year with “Nebraska” and “The Past”, it has my attention.

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    seabel
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    March 25, 2014 | 11:24 AM
     
    Festival programmers are assembling a slate that could bring Angelina, Meryl and Woody to the South of France
    Full story at TheWrap

    Unsurprising news.

    THE HOMESMAN is set to premiere there, so I can see Gilles Jacob and Thierry Fremaux inviting Tommy Lee Jones, Hilary Swank, Grace Gummer and Meryl Streep.

    Same as Woody. MAGIC IN THE MOONLIGHT could premiere out of competition. He has done it with Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Match Point…

    The interesting thing is Angelina. I guess they’re showing some stuff of Maleficent. A premiere is not certain, they never do that with blockbusters because of possible backlash. Maybe she’s part of the jury??? omg!

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    Big Explosions
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    According to a recent Variety article (which I’m having trouble copying and pasting here for some reason), Bennett Miller’s Foxcatcher, Alejandro Gonzalez Inñarritu’s Birdman and David Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars are safe bets to be at Cannes this year.

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    Tye-Grr
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    ^I would LOVE to see all three there.

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    Scottferguson
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    #148301

    Cannes shows blockbuster premieres all the time – they usually have one big animated feature, then films like Great Gatsby, Da Vinci Code and many others have launched there.

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    seabel
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    #148302

    big rumour Susanne Bier SERENA starring Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence pressumably going to be part of the festival IN COMPETITION

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