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  • manakamana
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    You know what the ending of Oscar season means…looking towards the April-revealed Cannes lineup!

    Of course these potentials are without what we can assume can be many first-time works and titles that we have no idea of knowing yet, and many of these may not be quite ready in time…

    The only confirmed competition titles seem to be Suspiria by Guadagnino and Vision by Kawase. But it’d be hard to imagine the likes of Audiard, Ceylan, Farhadi, Lanthimos, Leigh, Nemes, Reygades, Sorrentino, or Zhangke not making the final comp list.

    Possible Competition Titles:
    “Ash Is Purest White” (Jia Zhangke)
    “At War” (Stéphane Brizé)
    “Burning” (Lee Chang-dong)
    “Cold War” (Pawel Pawlikowski)
    “The Daughters of Fire” (Pedro Costa)
    “The Death and Life of John F. Donovan” (Xavier Dolan)
    “Di Jiu Tian Chang” (Wang Xioashuai)
    “Dogman” (Matteo Garrone)
    “Donbass” (Sergei Loznitsa)
    “E-Book” (Olivier Assayas)
    “Everybody Knows” (Asghar Farhadi)
    “Evil Games” (Ulrich Seidl)
    “The Favorite” (Yorgos Lanthimos)
    “Henrico’s Farm” (Lav Diaz)
    “High Life” (Claire Denis)
    “The House That Jack Built” (Lars von Trier)
    “In My Room” (Ulrich Köhler)
    “Lazzaro felice” (Alice Rohrwacher)
    “Le livre d’image” (Jean-Luc Godard)
    “Loro” (Paolo Sorrentino)
    “Peterloo” (Mike Leigh)
    “Pray for Jack” (Abdellatif Kechiche)
    “La Quietud” (Pablo Trapero)
    “Radegund” (Terrence Malick)
    “Roma” (Alfonso Cuarón)
    “Shadow” (Zhang Yimou)
    “Shoplifters” (Hirokazu Kore-eda)
    “The Sisters Brothers” (Jacques Audiard)
    “Sunset” (László Nemes)
    “Suspiria” (Luca Guadagnino)
    “Vision” (Naomi Kawase)
    “Where Life is Born” (Carlos Reygades)
    “The Wild Pear Tree” (Nuri Bilge Ceylan)

    Perhaps Likelier Sidebars, if at all:
    “Alice T.” (Radu Muntean)
    “Amin” (Philippe Faucon)
    “Angelo” (Markus Schleinzer)
    “Animal” (Armando Bo)
    “Birds of Passage” (Ciro Guerra & Cristina Gallegos)
    “Black Tide” (Erick Zonca)
    “Caravan” (Sebastian Schipper)
    “Coincoin and the Extra Humans” (Bruno Dumont)
    “Domingo” (Fellipe Barbosa & Clara Linhart)
    “The Factory” (Yuri Bykov)
    “The Fire Next Time” (Mati Diop)
    “A Golden Youth” (Eva Ionesco)
    “Goliath” (Peter Grönlund)
    “History of Love” (Sonja Prosenc)
    “Human, Space, Time and Human” (Kim Ki-duk)
    “I Do Not Care Whether History Remembers Us As Barbarians” (Radu Jude)
    “I Feel Good” (Gustave Kervern & Benoît Deléphine)
    “In Fabric” (Peter Strickland)
    “Jumpman” (Ivan Tverdovsky)
    “Keep Going” (Joachim Lafosse)
    “A Knife in the Heart” (Yann Gonzalez)
    “Leto” (Kirill Serebrennikov)
    “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” (Bi Gan)
    “The Man from the Sea” (Koji Fukada)
    “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” (Terry Gilliam)
    “Maya” (Mia Hansen-Løve)
    “Monos” (Alejandro Landes)
    “Mothers’ Instinct” (Olivier Masset-Depasse)
    “Mr. Freeze” (Romain Gavras)
    “The Nightingale” (Jennifer Kent)
    “Ocean’s 8” (Gary Ross)
    “One Nation, One King” (Pierre Schoeller)
    “Petra” (Jaime Rosales)
    “Place Publique” (Agnès Jaoui)
    “Plaire” (Christoph Honoré)
    “Quién te cantará” (Carlos Vermut)
    “Sister” (Svetla Tsotsorkova)
    “The Souvenir: Part 1” (Joanna Hogg)
    “The Summer House” (Valeria Bruni Tedeschi)
    “Synonymes” (Nadav Lapid)
    “Tremors” (Jayro Bustamente)
    “Under the Silver Lake” (David Robert Mitchell)
    “Untitled Maxime Giroux Project” (Maxime Giroux)
    “Untitled Lou Ye Project” (Lou Ye)
    “Walking to Paris” (Peter Greenaway)
    “Werewolf” (Adrian Panek)
    “Winter Flies” (Olmo Omerzu)
    “Who Killed Lady Winsley?” (Hiner Saleem)
    “A Woman at War” (Benedikt Erlingsson)

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    PerksofBeingaGriff
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    I’m so excited!!! Also, I’m very excited for Suspiria. With this and The Miseducation of Cameron Post, Chloë Moretz could have a really strong year ahead. I think she also has a movie with Isabelle Huppert coming out this year too.

    “Someone is staring at you in ‘Personal Growth’.”

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    Miles
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    I’m excited for The Death and Life of John F. Donovan, The Favourite, The Sisters Brothers, and new movies from Mike Leigh, Alfonso Cuarón and Terrence Malick, if they premier.

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    Miles
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    Oh and of course Blanchett as President!

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    Heart of Cinema
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    Don’t forget The Other Side of the Wind from Orson Welles.  It might play out of competition at Cannes before a Netflix streaming release.

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    Giall0
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    That’s quite an impressive list OP, thanks for compiling it all. I know speculation technically starts the moment the last Cannes ends, but so much of this is just betting which movies will be finished in time. Either way, thanks for introducing me to some of the new titles foreign directors I like are working on.

    The only ones I assumed we’d definitely will see in the competition lineup (or at least at the festival) were The House That Jack Built and High Life. Suspiria seems like it could be an obvious entry if it really has been confirmed. The original is one of my all time favorite films (4K restoration in the cinema *o* ), and following Guadagnino’s path as a filmmaker is just so exciting after dropping CMBYN; completely made me rethink what he is capable of.

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    Macca
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    Everybody Knows by Asghar Farhadi is opening the festival and is In Competition.

    Other films going to Cannes that are Out of Competition are Hold the Dark by Jeremy Saulnier, Norway by Paul Greengrass, Roma by Alfonso Cuaron, Solo: A Star Wars Story by Ron Howard, The Other Side of the Wind by Orson Welles and They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead by Morgan Neville.

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    Rinolo Twenty-two
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    Everybody Knows by Asghar Farhadi is opening the festival and is In Competition.

    Other films going to Cannes that are Out of Competition are Hold the Dark by Jeremy Saulnier, Norway by Paul Greengrass, Roma by Alfonso Cuaron, Solo: A Star Wars Story by Ron Howard, The Other Side of the Wind by Orson Welles and They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead by Morgan Neville.

    Are these confirmed?

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    Macca
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    Everybody Knows by Asghar Farhadi is opening the festival and is In Competition.

    Other films going to Cannes that are Out of Competition are Hold the Dark by Jeremy Saulnier, Norway by Paul Greengrass, Roma by Alfonso Cuaron, Solo: A Star Wars Story by Ron Howard, The Other Side of the Wind by Orson Welles and They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead by Morgan Neville.

    Are these confirmed?

    NO. Since yesterday Netflix has pulled Norway, Roma, The Other Side of the Wind and They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead. Hold the Dark has also been pulled. Basically just Solo is still premiering.

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    Incarille
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    Here’s the film that will be on the official Competition :

    Todos los saben (Everybody knows) – Asghar Farhadi
    En guerre – Stéphane Brizé
    Dogman – Matteo Garrone
    Le livre d’image – Jean-Luc Godard
    Netemo sametemo – Ryusuke Hamaguchi
    Plaire, aimer et courir vite – Christophe Honoré
    Les filles du soleil – Eva Husson
    Ash is purest – Jia Zhang-Ke
    Shoplifters – Kore-Eda Hirokazu
    Capharnaüm – Nadine Labaki
    Buh-Ning – Lee Chang-Dong
    BlacKKKlansman – Spike Lee
    Under the silver lake – David Robert Mitchell
    Three Faces – Jafar Panahi
    Zmina Wojna (Cold war) – Pawel Pawlikowski
    Lazzaro felice – Alice Rohrwacher
    Yomeddine – A.B Shawky
    Leto – Kirill Serebrennikov

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    Incarille
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    And the selection for “Un certain regard”

    Gräns (Border) – Ali Abbasi
    Sofia – Meyem Benm’Barek
    Les chatouilles – Andréa Bescond & Eric Métayer
    Long day’s journey into night – Bi Gan
    Manta – Nandita Das
    A genoux les gars – Antoine Desrosières
    Girl – Lukas Dhont
    Gueule d’ange – Vanessa Filho
    Euphoria – Valeria Golino
    Rafiki – Wanuri Kahiu
    Mon tissu préféré – Gaya Jiji
    Die stropers – Etienne Kallos
    In my room – Ulrich Köhler
    El angel – Luis Ortega
    The Gentle indifference of the world – Adilkhan Yerzhanov

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    Macca
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    GusCruz
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    This is a less obvious official competition than it usually is. Us Latin Americans got kicked in the ass yet again. Love that Godard wasn’t relegated for an out of competition screening. My guess is that the Palme might be Garrone, Jia, Rohrwacher, Panahi or Spike Lee.

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    GusCruz
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    Also, it should be discussed: has Okja ruined Cannes? Lol.

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    Diet Teridax
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    Hate to be a downer, but literally the ONLY thing I deeply cared about that was going to premiere at Cannes (potentially, not sure if it was ever confirmed outside of serious speculation) was the late great Orson Welles’ finally finished final film, The Other Side of the Wind. Now, with Netflix threatening to withhold films since the festival programmer won’t let them compete in competition, it doesn’t look like it will be shown there. I 100% support Netflix and understand why they are doing this, though I still can’t help feeling disappointment. 🙁

    Note to myself: Don’t ever feed the trolls. Don’t get involved in others drama. Don’t let myself be swayed by others predictions, trust my gut more often!

    Note to all others: If you don’t happen to like me, ignore me. It is that simple.

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