16 Nisan 2010 Cuma

Full 63rd Cannes Film Festival Official Selection Announced

Full 63rd Cannes Film Festival Official Selection Announced: "
63rd Cannes Film Festival

The 63nd Cannes Film Festival official selection was just announced this morning. A total of 46 films this year are featured in four categories: Competition, Un Certain Regard, Out of Competition and Special Screenings (including those Midnight Screenings). The festival kicks off on May 12th next month and last for 11 days until May 23rd. I will be attending for my second year in a row. It was previously announced that Ridley Scott's Robin Hood would be opening the festival. Highlights from this year's selection include Mike Leigh's Another Year and Jean-Luc Godard's Socialisme among many others. Read on for a full list!

Lists below are alphabetized by title and include the director's name and a quick and easy reference link.


Robin Hood - Dir: Ridley Scott


A Screaming Man - Dir: Mahamat-Saleh Haroun

Another Year - Dir: Mike Leigh

Biutiful - Dir: Alejandro González Iñárritu

Burnt by the Sun 2 - Dir: Nikita Mikhalkov

Certified Copy - Dir: Abbas Kiarostami

Fair Game - Dir: Doug Liman

Housemaid - Dir: Im Sang-soo

La Nostra Vita - Dir: Daniele Luchetti

Of Gods and Men - Dir: Xavier Beauvois

Outrage - Dir: Takeshi Kitano

Outside the Law - Dir: Rachid Bouchareb

Poetry - Dir: Lee Chang-dong

The Princess of Montpensier - Dir: Bertrand Tavernier

Tournée - Dir: Mathieu Amalric

Uncle Boonmee - Dir: Apichatpong Weerasethakul

You, My Joy - Dir: Sergei Loznitsa


Adrienn Pál - Dir: Ágnes Kocsis

Angelica - Dir: Manoel de Oliveira

Aurora - Dir: Cristi Puiu

Blue Valentine - Dir: Derek Cianfrance

Chatroom - Dir: Hideo Nakata

Chongqing Blues - Dir: Xiaoshuai Wang

The City Below - Dir: Christoph Hochhäusler

Hahaha - Dir: Hong Sang-soo

Heartbeats - Dir: Xavier Dolan

Life Above All - Dir: Oliver Schmitz

The Lips - Dir: Iván Fund & Santiago Loza

Octubre - Dir: Daniel Vega

R U There - Dir: David Verbeek

Rebecca H. (Return to the Dogs) - Dir: Lodge Kerrigan

Simon Werner Disappeared… - Dir: Fabrice Gobert

Socialisme - Dir: Jean-Luc Godard

Tuesday, After Christmas - Dir: Radu Muntean

Udaan - Dir: Vikramaditya Motwane


Tamara Drewe - Dir: Stephen Frears

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps - Dir: Oliver Stone

You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger - Dir: Woody Allen


Abel - Dir: Diego Luna

Chantrapas - Dir: Otar Iosseliani

Draquila: L'Italia Che Trema - Dir: Sabina Guzzanti

Inside Job - Dir: Charles Ferguson

Nostalgia For The Light - Dir: Patricio Guzmán

Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow - Dir: Sophie Fiennes


Blackhole - Dir: Gilles Marchand

Kaboom - Dir: Gregg Araki

Cannes president Thierry Fremaux did say that the 'official selection is not complete yet' and currently six films are missing, so expect to see a few more added to the line-up before the start of the fest in May.

This looks like a fascinating line-up this year, with a few films I'm excited to see, and a whole bunch that I've never heard of before. Last year had as strong of a selection, including Inglourious Basterds, Fish Tank, Un Prophete, The White Ribbon, Thirst, and the controversial Antichrist (and I was there when it all began). I'm really looking forward to heading out to France in May and I will be joined by first-timer Peter Sciretta from SlashFilm as well as Cannes veteran and my very good friend Eric Lavallee from IONCinema. We'll do our best to bring you the finest coverage we can straight from Cannes 2010! Anything catch your eye?

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