Movies. Other details are slim, but we know that “Soul” — which is also the rare Pixar feature focused on a person of color — will see Joe attempting to reunite his body and soul after learning some big lessons along the way. —RL. According to Fremaux, a record 2,067 features were up for consideration for the 2020 Cannes Film Festival, up from last year’s 1,845 films. The festival opened with Pirates, directed by Roman Polanski and closed with El Amor brujo, directed by Carlos Saura. Over the course of two decades behind the camera, Italian filmmaker Susanna Nicchiarelli has made complicated women her signature, moving from off-kilter coming-of-age tales like “Cosmonaut” to her beloved biopic “Nico, 1988.” Her next project appears to be a culmination of her cinematic obsessions: a fact-based drama about the life of Karl Marx’s whipsmart daughter Eleanor Marx that isn’t beholden to traditional biopic trappings. Joe Wright’s “Rear Window”-style psychological thriller about the mental collapse of an agoraphobic, alcoholic psychologist (Amy Adams) has already endured many a pushback from Disney-owned 20th Century Studios. Mexican filmmaker Alejandro González Iñárritu served as jury president. The story reportedly unfolds from the perspective of Frank’s imaginary friend Kitty, who becomes more real as Frank addresses her through her diary entries. Niccharelli has never screened at Cannes before, but she’s been a longtime favorite of Venice, and seems poised to take the next step in the international arena. Director: Sergei Loznitsa … Cannes film festival 2018: full list of films This article is more than 2 years old The official selection has been announced for the 71st Cannes film festival running 8-19 May. —KE. Based on a 2015 novel by Mizuki Tsujimura, the story follows a woman who adopts a child, only to be contacted by her baby’s birth mother. Of course. “ADN” has the potential to do that in an even more personal way than before. The Palme d’Or (Golden Palm) was created in 1955 and was awarded until 1963 when it was replaced by a different award (the Grand Prix du Festival International du Film). Release Calendar DVD & Blu-ray Releases Top Rated Movies Most Popular Movies Browse Movies by Genre Top Box Office Showtimes & Tickets Showtimes & Tickets In Theaters Coming Soon Coming Soon Movie News India Movie Spotlight. —DE, François Ozon is no stranger to the Cannes Film Festival, having competed for the Palme d’Or with “Swimming Pool” and “Double Lover,” and he could’ve been back in the running for the festival’s top prize in 2020 with his new directorial effort “Summer of ’85.” Ozon is renowned for his fearless explorations of sexuality, and “Summer of ’85” is pure Ozon territory as it tells the story of a 16-year-old boy who capsizes off the coast of Normandy and is saved by an 18-year-old teenager. Each year, IndieWire assembles a wish list of movies that we hope will make the cut. The film also stars Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Penelope Wilton, and Lucas Bond and promises something increasingly rare: a new look at wartime through the eyes of a female lead. Maïwenn’s previous films demonstrated dexterity behind of and in front of the camera, and both with a tremendous capacity to disturb as the director and actress puts the crimes of her country past on trial. David Robert Mitchell? Talk about a literal title: The ensuing plot finds the woman and her new animal companion heading on an unexpected journey through the wilderness, and it sounds like just the sort of minimalist slapstick enterprise that could resonate as a lighthearted crowdpleaser in a Cannes sidebar. The Safdie brothers? The film, which Hansen-Løve described to IndieWire as a story about “how film tends to replace my memories of what really happened,” has the potential to be something of a crossover arthouse hit for one of modern cinema’s most consistently brilliant auteurs, whose previous work (such as “Eden,” “Things to Come,” and “Goodbye First Love”) has found deep American fanbases despite limited distribution. Stay on top of the latest breaking film and TV news! Nineteen years since “Inch’Allah Dimanche” premiered at TIFF, Benguigui has wrapped a new fiction project. —EK, Edgar Wright’s latest has been veiled in secrecy for months, but no bother. While the movie was well-received at Sundance, winning the festival’s directing prize and scoring a lucrative distribution deal with Amazon, a Cannes slot could have elevated Bradley’s appeal to a global scale, and she deserves it. The Festival de Cannes does not accept films with a duration of between 15 and 60 minutes. Israeli director Ari Folman emerged as one of the most exciting voices in contemporary animation with his 2008 Cannes entry “Waltz With Bashir,” an innovative rotoscoped documentary about the 1982 Lebanon invasion that pushed the animated form in an exciting new direction. That hasn’t changed, so time will tell whether this potential Cannes coup works out. With “Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon,” Amirpour has lined up her biggest cast yet, including Kate Hudson, Craig Robinson, and Korean actress Jun Jong-Seo, the breakout supporting star of 2018’s Cannes sensation “Burning.”, With another original script from Amirpour, this time using the fantasy and adventure genres as her springboard, “Mona Lisa” turns on a young girl with magical and potentially volatile powers. Sign up for our Email Newsletters here. Moretti relocates the setting from Tel Aviv to Italy, telling the story of three families in different apartments in the same condominium, all of whom are suffering crises that include child abuse, loneliness, and ruminations on a haunted past. That itself is an exciting shift, given that Weerasethakul has been the foremost cinematic chronicler of his country’s mythological and historical identity. Amirpour has yet to bring a film to Cannes, and with increased pressure on the festival to make room for women directors, especially diverse ones, um, hello, there’s a visionary one right here. But her interest in the plight of French immigrants ultimately led Benguigui in a different direction; after making a small number of documentaries that shared the social concerns of her debut feature, Benguigui followed her convictions into the political arena, fighting for human rights on Paris’ city council and then serving at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. —EK. —RL, French director Caroline Vignal first broke at Cannes Critics Week with her 2000 debut “Girlfriends,” but hasn’t directed anything in the past 20 years. For the occasion, Thierry Frémaux, the Festival's General Delegate, has unveiled the 2020's Official Selection, comprising fifty-six films to be accompanied by the Festival for their release in cinemas and screenings at certain festivals. By Eric Kohn, Kate Erbland, David Ehrlich, Ryan Lattanzio, Zack Sharf. The festival opened with Le Grand Bleu, directed by Luc Besson and closed with Willow, directed by Ron Howard. Co-starring Julianne Moore and Jennifer Jason Leigh as are-they-or-aren’t-they doppelgangers taunting Adams’ Anna Fox after she witnesses a crime from behind the blinds of her New York City brownstone, the movie is already primed for controversy. Donbass. Jeff Nichols? Grossing more than $90 million worldwide, Yeon Sang-ho’s frenetic “Train to Busan” stood above the recent horde of zombie movies because of memorable performances, a clever use of space, and an open-hearted message about the need to stick together in the face of a crisis (good advice!). The movie, which also features “Blue is the Warmest Color” breakout Adele Exarchopoulos, boasts an original score by the filmmaker, whose movies always deliver wacky adventures worth the trip, no matter where they end up. Adam Driver stars as a standup comedian who, along with his famous soprano wife played by Marion Cotillard, raises a child with an enigmatic gift. —DE. These directors only have so much in common, but — in the broadest of terms — their movies marry classical stylization with contemporary zeal. Cannes 2019: The 15 best movies we saw at the festival - Vox If the trailer released last year is any indication, this film should if nothing else deliver a powerful triumvirate of actresses chewing the hell out of a soapy premise. This time, he ventures to Colombia to explore the experiences of a nomadic woman (Swinton) suffering from exploding head syndrome, which causes her to hear loud noises that don’t exist. Otherwise known as “ADN” in French, “DNA” centers on a woman close to her Algerian grandfather who, after his death, must confront the complicated upbringing from which he tried to protect her. Featuring a darling cast of rising stars like Thomasin McKenzie and Anya Taylor-Joy alongside bona fide legends like Diana Rigg and Terence Stamp, the film is reported to be a “psychological horror film” with some sort of time travel twist. Italian director Nanni Moretti is hardly a stranger to Cannes. With Anouk Aimée, Rachel Bailit, Greta Scacchi, Maximilian Schell. While many Cannes critics tend to ignore her work at the festival, Kawase’s allegorical fantasies have won plenty of fans over the years. THE FRENCH DISPATCH by Wes Anderson (USA) - 1h43, Production : INDIAN PAINTBRUSH PRODUCTIONS / AMERICAN EMPIRICAL PICTURES - International Sales : FOX SEARCHLIGHT PICTURES - French Distribution : THE WALT DISNEY COMPANY, Production : MANDARIN - International Sales : PLAYTIME - French Distribution : DIAPHANA, ASA GA KURU (True Mothers) by Naomi Kawase (Japan) - 2h20, Production : KINO FILMS CO - International Sales : PLAYTIME - French Distribution : HAUT ET COURT, LOVERS ROCK by Steve McQueen (United Kingdom) - 1h08, Production : TURBINE STUDIOS LIMITED - International Sales : TURBINE STUDIOS LIMITED, MANGROVE by Steve McQueen (United Kingdom) - 2h04, DRUK (Another Round) by Thomas Vinterberg - (Danemark) - 1h55, Production : ZENTROPA - International Sales : TRUSTNORDISK - French Distribution : HAUT ET COURT, ADN (DNA) by Maïwenn (France / Algeria) - 1h30, Production : WHY NOT PRODUCTIONS - Ventes : WILD BUNCH INTERNATIONAL, LAST WORDS by Jonathan Nossiter (USA) - 2h06, Production : STEMAL - International Sales : THE PARTY FILMS - French Distribution : JOUR2FÊTE, HEAVEN: TO THE LAND OF HAPPINESS by IM Sang-Soo (South Korea) - 1h40, Production : HIVE MEDIA CORP - International Sales : FINECUT, EL OLVIDO QUE SEREMOS (Forgotten we'll be) by Fernando Trueba (Spain) - 2h16, Production : CARACOL TELEVISION / DAGO GARCIA PRODUCCIONES - International Sales : FILM FACTORY ENTERTAINMENT, PENINSULA by YEON Sang-Ho (South Korea) - 1h54, Production : REDPETER FILMS - International Sales : CONTENTS PANDA - French Distribution : ARP SELECTION, IN THE DUSK (Au crépuscule) by Sharunas BARTAS (Lituania) - 2h06, Production : STUDIJA KINEMA/KINOELEKTRON - Ventes : LUXBOX - Distribution France : SHELLAC FILMS, DES HOMMES (Home Front) by Lucas BELVAUX - (Belgium) - 1h40, Production : SYNECDOCHE - International Sales : THE PARTY FILM SALES - French Distribution : AD VITAM, THE REAL THING by Kôji Fukada (Japan) - 3h48, Production : NAGOYA TV - International Sales : NAGOYA TV, PASSION SIMPLE by Danielle Arbid (Lebanon) - 1h36, Production : LES FILMS PELLÉAS - International Sales : PYRAMIDE INTERNATIONAL - French Distribution : PYRAMIDE DISTRIBUTION, A GOOD MAN by Marie Castille Mention-Schaar (France) - 1h47, Production : WILLOW FILMS - International Sales : PYRAMIDE INTERNATIONAL - French Distribution : PYRAMIDE DISTRIBUTION, LES CHOSES QU’ON DIT, LES CHOSES QU’ON FAIT by Emmanuel Mouret (France) - 2h, Production : MOBY DICK FILMS - International Sales : ELLE DRIVER - French Distribution : PYRAMIDE DISTRIBUTION, LIMBO by Ben Sharrock (United Kingdom) - 1h53, Production : CARAVAN CINEMA LTD - International Sales : PROTAGONIST PICTURES, ROUGE (Red Soil) by Farid Bentoumi (France) - 1h26, Production : LES FILMS VELVET - International Sales : WTFILMS - French Distribution : AD VITAM, Production : LAVA FILMS - International Sales : NEW EUROPE FILM SALES, TEDDY by Ludovic and Zoran Boukherma (France) - 1h28, Production : BAXTER FILMS - International Sales : WTFILMS - French Distribution : THE JOKERS FILMS, FEBRUARY (Février) by Kamen Kalev (Bulgaria) - 2h05, Production: KORO FILMS - WATERFRONT FILM / French Distribution : UFO DISTRIBUTION / International : Memento Films International, AMMONITE by Francis Lee (United Kingdom) - 2h, Production : SEE-SAW FILMS - International Sales : CROSS CITY FILMS - French Distribution : PYRAMIDE DISTRIBUTION, UN MÉDECIN DE NUIT by Elie Wajeman (France) - 1h40, Production : PARTIZAN FILMS - International Sales : BE FOR FILMS - French Distribution : DIAPHANA DISTRIBUTION, ENFANT TERRIBLE by Oskar Roehler (Germany) - 2h14, Production : BAVARIA FILMPRODUKTION - International Sales : PICTURE TREE INTERNATIONAL, NADIA, BUTTERFLY by Pascal Plante (Canada) - 1h46, Production : NEMESIS FILMS - International Sales : WAZABI FILMS, HERE WE ARE by Nir Bergman (Israel) - 1h34, Production : SPIRO FILMS - International Sales : MK2 FILMS, SEPTET: THE STORY OF HONG KONG by Ann Hui, Johnnie TO, Tsui Hark, Ringo Lam, Sammo Hung, Yuen Woo-Ping et Patrick Tam (Hong Kong) - 1h53, Production : MILKYWAY IMAGE - International Sales : MEDIA ASIA DISTRIBUTION, Production : PERCEVAL PICTURES - International Sales : HANWAY FILMS - French Distribution : METROPOLITAN FILMEXPORT, PLEASURE by Ninja Thyberg (Sweden) - 1h45, Production : PLATTFORM PRODUKTION - International Sales : VERSATILE, SLALOM by Charlène Favier (France) - 1h32, Production : MILLE ET UNE PRODUCTIONS - International Sales : THE PARTY FILM INTERNATIONAL SALES - French Distribution : JOUR2FÊTE, CASA DE ANTIGUIDADES (Memory House) by Joao Paulo Miranda Maria (Brazil) - 1h27, BROKEN KEYS (Fausse note) by Jimmy Keyrouz (Lebanon) - 1h30, Production : WHY NOT PRODUCTIONS - International Sales : WILD BUNCH INTERNATIONAL, BEGINNING (Au commencement) by Dea Kulumbegashvili (Georgia) - 2h, Production : FIRST PICTURE / O.F.A - International Sales : WILD BUNCH INTERNATIONAL, GAGARINE by Fanny Liatard et Jérémy Trouilh (France) - 1h35, Production : HAUT ET COURT - International Sales : TOTEM FILMS - French Distribution : HAUT ET COURT, 16 PRINTEMPS by Suzanne Lindon (France) - 1h13, Production : AVENUE B PRODUCTIONS - International Sales : LUXBOX - French Distribution : PANAME DISTRIBUTION, VAURIEN by Peter Dourountzis (France) - 1h35, Production : 10:15 PRODUCTIONS - International Sales : KINOLOGY - French Distribution : REZO FILMS, GARÇON CHIFFON by Nicolas Maury (France) - 1h48, Production : CG CINEMA - International Sales : LES FILMS DU LOSANGE - French Distribution : LES FILMS DU LOSANGE, SI LE VENT TOMBE (Should the Wind Drop) by Nora Martirosyan (Armenia) - 1h40 - Copresented with l'ACID, Production : SISTER PRODUCTIONS - International Sales : INDIE INTERNATIONAL SALES - French Distribution : ROUGE DISTRIBUTION, JOHN AND THE HOLE by Pascual Sisto (Spain) - 1h38, STRIDING INTO THE WIND (Courir au gré du vent) by WEI Shujun (China) - 2h36, THE DEATH OF CINEMA AND MY FATHER TOO (La Mort du cinéma et de mon père aussi) by Dani Rosenberg (Israel) - 1h40, Production : PARDES FILMS  - International Sales : FILMS BOUTIQUE - French Distribution: NOUR FILMS, EN ROUTE POUR LE MILLIARD (Downstream to Kinshasa) by Dieudo Hamadi - (Democratic Republic of Congo) - 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