2014 Cannes Official Selection Unveiled

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Today the Cannes Film Festival announced its official selection. Brits will be represented by Ken Loach with “Jimmy’s Hall” and by Mike Leigh with “Mr Turner”. Opening film will be Olivier Dahan’s “Grace of Monaco”.

 

Competition

SILS MARIA by OLIVIER ASSAYAS

SAINT LAURENT by BERTRAND BONELLO

KIS UYKUSU (WINTER’S SLEEP) by NURI BILGE CEYLAN

MAPS TO THE STARS by DAVID CRONENBERG

DEUX JOURS, UNE NUIT (TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT) by JEAN-PIERRE et LUC DARDENNE

MOMMY by XAVIER DOLAN

CAPTIVES (THE CAPTIVE) by ATOM EGOYAN

ADIEU AU LANGAGE (GOODBYE TO LANGUAGE) by JEAN-LUC GODARD

THE SEARCH by MICHEL HAZANAVICIUS

THE HOMESMAN by TOMMY LEE JONES

FUTATSUME NO MADO (STILL THE WATER) by NAOMI KAWASE

MR TURNER by MIKE LEIGH

JIMMY’S HALL by KEN LOACH

FOXCATCHER by BENNETT MILLER

LE MERAVIGLIE by ALICE ROHRWACHER

RELATOS SALVAJES (WILD TALES) by DAMIAN SZIFRON

LEVIATHAN by ANDREY ZVYAGINTSEV

TIMBUKTU by ABDERRAHMANE SISSAKO

OUT OF COMPETITION

GUI LAI (COMING HOME) by ZHANG YIMOU

HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 by DEAN DEBLOIS

 

Un Certain Regard

PARTY GIRL by MARIE AMACHOUKELI, CLAIRE BURGER, and SAMUEL THEIS (opening film)

JAUJA by LISANDRO ALONSO

LA CHAMBRE BLEUE (THE BLUE ROOM) by MATTHIEU AMALRIC

INCOMPRESA (MISUNDERSTOOD) by ASIA ARGENTO

TITLI by KANU BEHL

ELEANOR RIGBY by NED BENSON

BIRD PEOPLE by PASCALE FERRAN

LOST RIVER by RYAN GOSLING

AMOUR FOU by JESSICA HAUSNER

CHARLIE’S COUNTRY by ROLF DE HEER

SNOW IN PARADISE by ANDREW HULME

DOHEE-YA (A GIRL AT MY DOOR) by JULY JUNG

XENIA by PANOS KOUTRAS

RUN by PHILIPPE LACÔTE

TURIST by RUBEN ÖSTLUND

HERMOSA JUVENTUD (BEAUTIFUL YOUTH) by JAIME ROSALES

THE SALT OF THE EARTH by WIM WENDERS and JULIANO RIBEIRO SALGADO

FANTASIA by WANG CHAO

HARCHECK MI HEADRO (AWAY FROM HIS ABSENCE) by KEREN YEDAYA

 

For the full line up visit the Cannes Film Festival website.

Elisa was born in the small town of Udine, Italy, where she made her first short films. Aged 18 she moved to London where she achieved a degree in Film & Broadcast Production with her film "A Tragedy", based on William Shakespeare's "Macbeth". She recently pursued a Master degree in Screenwriting for TV and Film thus joining the group of struggling writers. Ssst! She's brainstorming.