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  • chanelmoviestar
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    Which films do you think may be shown at Cannes this year?

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    Corvo
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    Once upon a time in Hollywood and Ad Astra are the big American entries. Probably both Out of Competition. Then we have the new Almodovar which will be a big FLF player. Maybe Banderas can crack Best Actor too. The Irishman won’t be ready but Netflix can bring the new film by the Safdie Brothers, Uncut Gems. Truth with Binoche and Deneuve is the flashiest French entry, directed by the Japanese master Koreeda.

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    A compedium of the most talk-about titles this time of the year yet to have any international premiere in a film festival, some of this are already Cannes darlings:

    Benedetta by Paul Verhoeven
    To The Ends of The Worlds by Kiyoshi Kurosawa
    Dolor y Gloria by Pedro Almodóvar
    Sibyl by Justine Triet
    Uncut Gems by Josh & Benny Safdie
    Technoboss by João Nicolau
    Sic Transit Gloria Mundi by Robert Guédiguian
    Le Daim by Quentin Dupieux
    The Truth About Catherine by Kore-Eda Hirokazu
    Roubaix, A Light by Arnaud Desplechin
    Ahmed by The Dardennes
    Where Is Anne Frank? by Ari Folman
    Sorry We Missed You by Ken Loach
    It Must Be Heaven by Elia Suleiman
    An Easy Girl by Rebecca Zlotowski
    The Passenger by Corneliu Porumboiu
    Parasite by Bong Joon-ho
    Once Upon A Time in Hollywood by Quentin Tarantino
    The Dead Don’t Die by Jim Jarmusch
    Matthias and Maxime by Xavier Dolan
    Bacurau by Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles
    Ema by Pablo Larraín
    The Wind Blew On by Katrín Ólafsdóttir
    Wendy by Benh Zeitlin
    Memoria by Apichatpong Weerasethakul
    Ad Astra by James Gray
    El diablo entre las piernas by Arturo Ripstein
    Lo que algunos soñaron by Michel Franco
    Waiting for the Barbarians by Ciro Guerra

    Some will get into sidebars, a couple OOC, other postponed to Venice and a few picked up by Locarno/San Sebastián. But I guess most of the competition could come out of here.

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    Pollo crudo
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    Iñárritu is announced as the jury president.

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    FairWeatherAffair
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    Well, get ready for the worst Palme d’Or winner of the decade, I guess… Jesus Christ. Hopefully the rest of the jury balances out the dynamic.

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    GusCruz
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    Disgusting.

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    M Bocioaca
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    Well, get ready for the worst Palme d’Or winner of the decade, I guess… Jesus Christ. Hopefully the rest of the jury balances out the dynamic.

    Girl, have a seat. What’s wrong with Alejandro?

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    Hammad Asif
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    So OUTIH is playing at Cannes then?

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    Pollo crudo
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    The guy is a fraud as director but at least he has taste: apparently his favorite films are Le Mépris and Andrei Rublev.

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    Pollo crudo
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    So OUTIH is playing at Cannes then?

    Wait for Pitt or DiCaprio to win Best Actor.

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    Matthew anzalone
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    OUATIH, Jojo rabbit, Fair and balanced, and Harriet will probably be shown at cannes

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    Hammad Asif
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    No Cannes in or out of competition for OUTIH and I think it tells alot about its fate at award season next year.I said it before that it wont be a typical award movie especially at these times.Correct me please if I am wrong.

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    AviChristiaans
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    No Cannes in or out of competition for OUTIH and I think it tells alot about its fate at award season next year.I said it before that it wont be a typical award movie especially at these times.Correct me please if I am wrong.

    The line-up isn’t final. More In Competition films will be added.

    Tarantino is headed to Cannes.

    Relax.

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    AMG
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    Reaction Predictions

    The Great
    Bacarau (dir: Kleber Mendonça Filho & Juliano Dornelles)
    Parasite (dir: Bong Joon-ho)
    Sibyl (dir: Justine Triet)

    The Good
    The Dead Don’t Die (dir: Jim Jarmusch)
    Atlantique (dir: Mati Diop)
    Frankie (dir: Ira Sachs)
    Matthias and Maxime (dir: Xavier Dolan)
    Sorry We Missed You (dir: Ken Loach)
    Pain and Glory (dir: Pedro Almodóvar)
    The Traitor (dir: Marco Bellocchio)
    La Gomera (dir: Corneliu Porumboiu)
    The Wild Goose Lake (dir: Diao Yinan)

    The Middling
    Les Misérables (dir: Ladj Ly)
    It Must Be Heaven (dir: Elia Suleiman)
    Little Joe (dir: Jessica Hausner)
    Oh Mercy! (dir: Arnaud Desplechin)
    Portrait of a Lady on Fire (dir: Céline Sciamma)

    The Panned
    A Hidden Life (dir: Terrence Malick)
    The Young Ahmed (dir: Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne)

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