Cannes Film Festival Line-up


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The 69th Cannes Film Festival will take place this May with an exciting line-up showcasing a mix of anticipated films from across the world.

 

The Cannes Festival  is an annual film festival which previews new films of all genres, including documentaries, from around the world. Founded in 1946, it is considered the most prestigious film festival in the world and is one of the most publicised, together with the Berlin International Film Festival and the Venice Film Festival.

 

From Sean Penn to Jim Jarmusch, Pedro Almodovar​, Nicolas Winding Refn​,Ken Loach and the Dardenne brothers, an A-list of arthouse directors will be represented in the Cannes Film Festival competition next month.

 

Cannes 2016 will run from 11-22 May. You can find a full list of the official selection below.

 

Opening Night Film
Cafe Society – directed by Woody Allen
Competition
Toni Erdmann – directed by Maren Ade
Julieta – directed by Pedro Almodovar
American Honey– directed by Andrea Arnold
The Unknown Girl– directed by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne
Personal Shopper– directed by Olivier Assayas
It’s Only The End Of The World – directed by Xavier Dolan
Ma Loute – directed by Bruno Dumont
Paterson – directed by Jim Jarmusch
Rester Vertical– directed by Alain Guiraudie
Aquarius– directed by Kleber Mendonca Filho
Mal de Pierres – directed by Nicole Garcia
I, Daniel Blake– directed by Ken Loach
Ma’Rosa – directed by Brilliante Mendoza
Loving– directed by Jeff Nichols
Bacalaureat – directed by Cristian Mungiu
Agassi– directed by Park Chan-Wook
The Last Face – directed by Sean Penn
Sieranevada – directed by Cristi Puiu
Elle – directed by Paul Verhoeven
The Neon Demon – directed by Nicolas Winding Refn
Un Certain Regard
Varoonegi – directed by Behnam Behzadi
Apprentice– directed by Boo Junfeng
Voir Du Pays – directed by Delphine Coulin and Muriel Coulin
La Danseuse– directed by Stephanie Di Giusto
Clash– directed by Mohamed Diab
La Tortue Rouge- directed by Michael Dubok de Wit
Fuchi Bi Tatsu – directed by Fukada Koji
Omar Shakhsiya – directed by Maha Haj
Me’Ever Laharim Vehagvaot – directed by Eran Kolirin
After The Storm– directed by Kore-Eda Hirokazu
Hymyileva Mies– directed by Juho Kuosmanen
La Large Noche de Francisco Sanctis– directed by Francisco Marquez & Andrea Testa
Caini – directed by Bogdan Mirica
Pericle Il Nero– directed by Stefano Mordini
The Transfiguration– directed by Michael O’Shea
Captain Fantastic– directed by Matt Ross
Uchenik – directed by Kirill Serebrennikov
Out of Competition
The BFG– directed by Steven Spielberg
Money Monster– directed by Jodie Foster
The Nice Guys– directed by Shane Black
Gok Sung– directed by Na Hong-Jin
Cannes Film Festival France
Midnight Screenings
Gimme Danger – directed by Jim Jarmusch, The Train to Busan – directed by Yeon Sang-Ho, A Chad Tragedy – directed by Mahamat-Saleh Aroun, The Death of Louis XIV – directed by Albert Serra, L’Ultima Spiaggia – directed by Thanos Anastopolous and Davide Del Degan
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