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Winter Is Blogging 6.10: The Winds of Winter

28 June 2016 8:16 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Writers: David Benioff, D. B. Weiss.

Directors: Miguel Sapochnik.

Cast: Emilia Clarke, Kit Harrington, Lena Headey, Peter Dinklage, Sophie Turner, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Gwendoline Christie, et al.

Synopsis: Cersei stands trial for her crimes, while Jaime celebrates victory with Walder Frey at The Twins. Davos confronts Jon about Melisandre’s actions, and Littlefinger reveals his intentions to Sansa. Meanwhile, Bran continues his quest for knowledge in the far North as “winter” finally arrives.

The coverage of ‘Winds of Winter’ comes a little later than usual – but for good reason. The finale of Game of Thrones season 6 is seismic in delivery and implication and I owe it to you all to for exceptional coverage. Having spent more time divulging into the context, information and character development revealed in this episode, as well as considering the implications of the events we’ve seen unfold, we have a heck of a blog for you this week. »

- Matthew Ceo

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Winter is Blogging 6.7: The Broken Man [Contains Spoilers]

6 June 2016 2:11 PM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Writers: Bryan Cogman.

Directors: Mark Mylod.

Cast: Emilia Clarke, Kit Harrington, Lena Headey, Peter Dinklage, Sophie Turner, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Gwendoline Christie, et al.

Synopsis: The High Sparrow eyes another target. Jaime confronts a hero. Arya makes a plan. The North is reminded.

In ‘The Broken Man,’ everything is coming together. Or at least, that’s the sense that’s lingering in the air. It’s very much an episode where a lot happens, but nothing really does. Recently we’ve just been so used to dragons, rampaging ice-armies, and general badassery that an episode without these things feels slow, or potentially boring – and whilst it may feel it – ‘The Broken Man’ isn’t any of these things. This episode starts, rather unusually before the opening credits, with an idyllic scene located somewhere within the Vale, where a small encampment – led by Brother Ray, (Ian McShane) a septon of the Seven-Pointed »

- Matthew Ceo

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Cannes Film Festival Awards 2016

27 May 2016 3:42 PM, PDT | Sydney's Buzz | See recent Sydney's Buzz news »

As we mounted the stairs of the Red Carpet for the last time, the Closing Night Awards for the Cannes International Film Festival were announced by the Jury President, George Miller, Director of “Mad Max: Fury Road”.  The eight additional members, four women and four men -- Arnaud Desplechin, Kirsten Dunst, Valeria Golino, Mads Mikkelsen, László Nemes , Vanessa Paradis, Katayoon Shahabi and Donald Sutherland presented the awards. Surprise of the evening was that the German Competition film, Maren Ade’s “Toni Erdmann”, clearly an audience favorite and snatched up immediately for the U.S. by Sony Pictures Classics, received no award at all.  However, it was a great evening for IFC/ Sundance Selects who has the U.S. rights to three winners, "I, Daniel Blake", "Graduation" and "Personal Shopper". 

The Palme d’Or went to Ken Loach for “I, Daniel Blake”, the sad drama of a disabled worker and of a young single mother of two who hold each other up as they try to navigate the social service morass which denies them their rightful ability to pursue happiness.  The 79-year-old British director Ken Loach also won in 2006 for "The Wind that Shakes the Barley" and has had over 18 films selected for Cannes. This Sundance Selects acquisition brought audiences to wrenching tears.

“The festival is very important for the future of cinema,” said Loach. “When there is despair, the people from the far right take advantage. We must say that another world is possible and necessary.”

Best Director Award was split between Romanian Cristian Mungiu ("Graduation" or “Bacalaureat”) and Olivier Assayas (“Personal Shopper”).  Mungiu’s "4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days" won the Palme d'Or in 2007. His actresses had shared the Actress prize for "Beyond the Hills."  Like the Romanian 2013 Berlinale winner,  “Child’s Pose” and Iranian Asghar Farhadi’s 2012 Academy Award winner, “A Separation”, the film contains object lessons about the moral choices made by humans whose actions result in greater damage than originally foreseen, especially when taking place in an already corrupted society. In this story a father tries to protect his daughter and give her the greatest opportunities for making her life better than that of her parents.

Co-winner Olivier Assayas, received his first Cannes award for "Personal Shopper" (IFC Films).  This is his second English-language film starring Kristen Stewart (Cesar winner for "Clouds of Sils Maria").  As she buys fashionable attire for a rich client and tries to communicate with her twin brother, who has recently died. It was a great Cannes for Stewart, who was well-received in Woody Allen's "Cafe Society" (Amazon has U.S.) as well.

Best Screenplay went to “The Salesman” by Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi (Amazon and Cohen Media Group share U.S. rights).  His star, Shahab Hosseini won Best Actor his role as an actor in the midst of moving apartments and starring in Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman" when his wife (Taraneh Alidoosti) is assaulted in the shower of their new domicile by a man who assumes that she is the former tenant, a prostitute. Winning the Jury Prize for the third time (!) for coming of age road movie “American Honey” (A24 has U.S.) starring Shia Labeouf and unknown Sasha Lane. British director Andrea Arnold wanted to dance as she accepted the award.  Xavier Dolan, who won the 2014 Jury Prize of “Mommy” won the Grand Prix for his very theatrical "It's Only the End of the World". He cried to receive the award for his family drama starring some of the greatest French actors living today, Nathalie Baye, Vincent Cassel, Marion Cotillard, Léa Seydoux, Gaspard Ulliel.  The film has no U.S. distributor yet. To my mind, the acting far outstripped the story. I am just glad the other greatest French actor, Isabelle Huppert, was not in Dolan’s film.  She had her hands full in Paul Verhoeven’s “Elle” the Competition film about another woman attacked in her home by an unknown assailant. Best Actress went to Jaclyn Jose for “Ma' Rosa” by Philippine director Brillante Mendoza.

The Caméra d'Or ("Golden Camera") for the best first feature film presented in one of the Cannes' selections (Official Selection, Directors' Fortnight or International Critics' Week) went to “Divines” directed by Houda Benyamina.   Houda received her award with unconcealed joy and enthusiasm. The 35 year old Franco-Moroccan film director whose long and strong speech called on women to be more present in the world of cinema said, “I was always saying that I do not care about Cannes …but today, well I’m happy to be here. Cannes belongs to us too …For things to change, you have to put a lot more women in decision-making positions…I am a committed filmmaker, making films is a way to turn my [feminist] anger into perspective…Women! Women!” she added as she broke into the Arabic women’s Ululation. Houda’s film follows an impoverished young girl who drops out of school and escapes her family in search of her own emancipation and personal freedom.

Outside of the Official Awards the winner of the Queer Palm (Feature) was "Les Vies de Thérèse" by Sébastien Lifshitz and Queer Palm (Short): "Gabber Lover" Anna Cazenave-Cambet.  And finally, the Palme Dog went to Nellie for “Paterson”by Jim Jarmusch.

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- Sydney Levine

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Cannes: Ken Loach's 'I, Daniel Blake' wins Palme d'Or; full list of winners

22 May 2016 11:02 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

British filmmaker Ken Loach wins second Palme d’Or; Asghar Farhadi’s The Salesman wins two.Scroll down for full list of winners

Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake has won the Palme d’Or at the 69th Cannes Film Festival (May 11-22), marking the second time the British filmmaker has won the top prize after The Wind That Shakes The Barley in 2006.

The 79-year-old filmmaker returned for a record 13th Competition entry with the tale of an injured carpenter and single mother caught in a bureaucracy nightmare within the UK welfare system.

Accepting the Palme d’Or from actor Mel Gibson, Loach used his acceptance speech to spotlight the “dangerous project of austerity”.

“We must give a message of hope, we must say another world is possible,” he said. “The world we live in is at a dangerous point right now. We are in the grip of a dangerous project of austerity driven by ideas that we »

- michael.rosser@screendaily.com (Michael Rosser)

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Friends, foes and lovers by Anne-Katrin Titze

13 May 2016 5:35 AM, PDT | eyeforfilm.co.uk | See recent eyeforfilm.co.uk news »

Louis Garrel on Paul Thomas Anderson, Eric Rohmer, Jacques Demy and Federico Fellini, I Vitelloni moments Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze

Arnaud Desplechin, César Best Director for My Golden Days and Cannes jury member along with Valeria Golino, Donald Sutherland, Katayoon Shahabi, Mads Mikkelsen, Kirsten Dunst, Vanessa Paradis, László Nemes, headed by George Miller, has announced that Mathieu Amalric, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Marion Cotillard and Louis Garrel will star in his next film, Les Fantomes D’Ismaël.

Mona (Golshifteh Farahani) with Abel (Louis Garrel) and Clément (Vincent Macaigne)

Garrel's Two Friends (Les Deux Amis), written with Métamorphoses director Christophe Honoré, stars Golshifteh Farahani (of Asghar Farhadi's About Elly), Vincent Macaigne (Mia Hansen-Løve's Eden) and Garrel. The director is also featured in Maiwenn's My King (Mon Roi) with Emmanuelle Bercot, Isild Le Besco and Vincent Cassel.

Both films had their World Premieres at last year's Cannes Film Festival and screened at »

- Anne-Katrin Titze

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Miller leads his jury into the Cannes fray by Richard Mowe - 2016-05-12 09:18:01

12 May 2016 1:18 AM, PDT | eyeforfilm.co.uk | See recent eyeforfilm.co.uk news »

Mads Mikkelsen and Jury head George Miller, who said jury is like being in film school all over again. Photo: Richard Mowe The Cannes Film Festival jury, headed by Mad Max director George Miller, and including Valeria Golino, Donald Sutherland, Katayoon Shahabi, Arnaud Desplechin, Mads Mikkelsen, Kirsten Dunst, Vanessa Paradis and Laszlo Nemes, lined up yesterday (May 11) to be probed by the press about the style of their decision-making – and predictably avoided making any grand statements and for the most part avoid controversy.

Danish actor Mikkelsen did say he was open to “bribes”. That was a joke, although more seriously he addressed the question of whether he might show favouritism to fellow Dane Nicolas Windig Refn, whose The Neon Demon is in the official Competition.

"I thought I might get a phone call saying I couldn’t be on the jury. I love Nicolas, I love his films ... but I will view [Neon Demon] like any other, »

- Richard Mowe

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Cannes: Jury Promises Impartiality, Mads Mikkelsen Jokes He's "Open to Bribes"

11 May 2016 4:34 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The Cannes Film Festival's most important decision makers were offered a final glimpse of sunlight Wednesday afternoon before descending into darkened rooms for their 10-day cinematic adventure. The nine-person strong jury team, led by George Miller and including Kirsten Dunst, Arnaud Desplechin, Valeria Golino, Mads Mikkelsen, Laszlo Nemes, Vanessa Paradis, Katayoon Shahabi and Donald Sutherland, assembled before the media in the Palais for the traditional pre-festival press conference, where attempts to prize any clue as to which film might come away with the Palme d'Or were – predictably – thwarted. Mikkelson was probed on any favoritism he

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- Alex Ritman

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Kirsten Dunst, Eva Longoria, Susan Sarandon: Stars Descend on Cannes Ahead of Festival Opening

10 May 2016 1:40 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Bonjour, early birds! Hollywood has begun descending on France the day before the opening of one of the year's most star-studded events, the 2016 Cannes International Film Festival. A slew of superstars, including Kristen Dunst, Eva Longoria, Susan Sarandon, Julianne Moore, Blake Lively and Naomi Watts, have already been spotted arriving in Nice. Watts, Moore and Vanessa Paradis all arrived at the airport in rapid succession on Tuesday. Watts, 47, traveled in high-wiasted pink trousers, a V-neck T-shirt and a pale pink overcoat with oversized sunglasses. Moore also looked stylish in shades with a black overcoat over a black T-shirt and wide-legged jeans. »

- Michael Miller, @write_miller

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Kirsten Dunst, Eva Longoria, Susan Sarandon: Stars Descend on Cannes Ahead of Festival Opening

10 May 2016 1:40 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Bonjour, early birds! Hollywood has begun descending on France the day before the opening of one of the year's most star-studded events, the 2016 Cannes International Film Festival. A slew of superstars, including Kristen Dunst, Eva Longoria, Susan Sarandon, Julianne Moore, Blake Lively and Naomi Watts, have already been spotted arriving in Nice. Watts, Moore and Vanessa Paradis all arrived at the airport in rapid succession on Tuesday. Watts, 47, traveled in high-wiasted pink trousers, a V-neck T-shirt and a pale pink overcoat with oversized sunglasses. Moore also looked stylish in shades with a black overcoat over a black T-shirt and wide-legged jeans. »

- Michael Miller, @write_miller

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Panorama Europe 2016 Thrills, Challenges and Transports Viewers

8 May 2016 11:00 AM, PDT | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Now in its eighth edition, Panorama Europe - screening from May 6 through May 22 at the Museum of the Moving Image and the Bohemian National Hall - has consistently proved itself to be an essential addition to New York cinephiles' fest calendars. Featuring some of the most innovative and acclaimed European films on the international festival circuit, this year's selection is especially eclectic and enjoyable. Ranging from fascinating genre films that delve into the realms of science fiction, fantasy, and horror, to sobering documentaries and fiction films tackling Europe's current migrant and economic crises, Panorama Europe offers a satisfying and inedlibly memorable cinematic feast. Opening with Giuseppe Gaudino's Anna, a kaleidoscopic dramatic study of a troubled woman played by Valeria Golino (in a tour de...

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Cannes: Rai Com to sell 'Pericle Il Nero', 'Fiore'

28 April 2016 5:57 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Mafia story Pericle Il Nero, co-produced by the Dardenne brothers, plays in Un Certain Regard while Fiore is in Directors’ Fortnight.

Italian sales outfit Rai Com has added two titles from the Cannes line-up to its slate.

The first title Pericle Il Nero, playing in Un Certain Regard, is a mafia thriller from director Stefano Mordini (Steel).

The Italian-Belgian-French co-production stars Riccardo Scamarcio (Burnt) who also produces the project alongside Valeria Golino, Viola Prestieri. It is co-produced by Alain Attal and the Dardenne brothers.

Production companies were Buena Onda, Les Films du Fleuve, Les Production du Trésor with Rai Cinema

Based on Giuseppe Ferrandino’s 1995 novel the story follows a failed porn actor who works as an enforcer for a mafia kingpin. One day, he finds himself confronted with an all-out turf war after an errand goes drastically wrong, leading him to flee across Europe.

The second title is Fiore, which screens »

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Cannes: Rai Com adds 'Pericle Il Nero', 'Fiore' to slate

28 April 2016 5:57 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Mafia story Pericle Il Nero, co-produced by the Dardenne brothers, plays in Un Certain Regard while Fiore is in Directors’ Fortnight.

Italian sales outfit Rai Com has added two titles from the Cannes line-up to its slate.

The first title Pericle Il Nero, playing in Un Certain Regard, is a mafia thriller from director Stefano Mordini (Steel).

The Italian-Belgian-French co-production stars Riccardo Scamarcio (Burnt) who also produces the project alongside Valeria Golino, Viola Prestieri. It is co-produced by Alain Attal and the Dardenne brothers.

Production companies were Buena Onda, Les Films du Fleuve, Les Production du Trésor with Rai Cinema

Based on Giuseppe Ferrandino’s 1995 novel the story follows a failed porn actor who works as an enforcer for a mafia kingpin. One day, he finds himself confronted with an all-out turf war after an errand goes drastically wrong, leading him to flee across Europe.

The second title is Fiore, which screens »

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Rai Com to tempt buyers with Cannes duo

28 April 2016 5:57 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Mafia story Pericle Il Nero, co-produced by the Dardenne brothers, plays in Un Certain Regard while Fiore is in Directors’ Fortnight.

Italian sales outfit Rai Com has added two titles from the Cannes line-up to its slate.

The first title Pericle Il Nero [pictured top], playing in Un Certain Regard, is a mafia thriller from director Stefano Mordini (Steel).

The Italian-Belgian-French co-production stars Riccardo Scamarcio (Burnt) who also produces the project alongside Valeria Golino, Viola Prestieri. It is co-produced by Alain Attal and the Dardenne brothers.

Production companies were Buena Onda, Les Films du Fleuve, Les Production du Trésor with Rai Cinema

Based on Giuseppe Ferrandino’s 1995 novel the story follows a failed porn actor who works as an enforcer for a mafia kingpin. One day, he finds himself confronted with an all-out turf war after an errand goes drastically wrong, leading him to flee across Europe.

The second title is Fiore, which screens »

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Cannes: Italy’s Rai Com Takes Sales on ‘Pericles the Black Man’ and ‘Fiore’

28 April 2016 12:45 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Rome — Italo pubcaster Rai’s sales arm Rai Com has taken world sales on two Cannes titles, mob noir “Pericle il nero” (“Pericles the Black Man”) which will screen in Un Certain Regard, and juvenile jailhouse romancer “Fiore,” one of three Italo titles launching from Directors’ Fortnight.

Directed by Stefano Mordini, whose “Steel” was in Venice Days in 2012, “Pericles” (pictured) toplines Italo heartthrob Riccardo Scamarcio (“My Brother is an Only Child”) as a a failed porn actor working as a Mafia hitman in Liege who disenages from the shackles of the mob after meeting a woman named Anastasia.

Buzz pic based on the eponymous Italo cult novel by Giuseppe Farrandino, published in France by the Gallimard Noir imprint, is produced by Scamarcio and Cannes main jury member Valeria Golino, in tandem with Gaul’s Alain Attal and the venerable Dardennes’ Brothers Belgium-based Les Films du Fleuve.

“Fiore” is the third »

- Nick Vivarelli

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Laszlo Nemes to Reteam With Films Distribution on Sophomore Movie ‘Sunset’ (Exclusive)

27 April 2016 1:22 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Paris-based Films Distribution is set to reteam with Laszlo Nemes, the director of Cannes’ grand jury prize and Oscar-winning “Son of Saul,” on his sophomore film, “Sunset.”

Films Distribution, which sold Nemes’ harrowing Holocaust drama “Son of Saul” worldwide to major distributors, including in North America to Sony Pictures Classics, is back on board to co-produce “Sunset” on top of handling international sales.

A coming-of-age drama set in 1910 Budapest, “Sunset” tells the tale of a girl who matures into a strong and fearless young woman. While the plot remains under wraps, Nicolas Brigaud-Robert said the project was highly promising since its plot will essentially revolve around a woman’s journey and will deliver a portrait of the rapidly-changing, cosmopolitan city of Budapest right before the outbreak of World War I.

Set to shoot in 2017, “Sunset” will reteam Nemes with “Son of Saul’s” cinematographer Mátyás Erdély, and producers Gábor Sipos »

- Elsa Keslassy

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Mad Miller & the Cannes Jury

26 April 2016 6:05 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Oscar-robbed George Miller is back! Well, not in movie theaters (alas) but as president of this year's Cannes Film Festival competition jury. The announcement of the jury is always a cause for excitement since the list provides an annual eclectic mix of international artists both behind and in front of the camera. For 2016 we have:

President

George Miller (Writer/Director/Producer, Australia) fresh off of his across-the-board triumph Mad Max Fury Road

Jury Members (Alpha Order)

Arnaud Desplechin (Writer/Director, France) His current release is My Golden Days (our interview) and he's also responsible for the sublime double of Kings & Queen (2004) and A Christmas Tale (2008) which are must-see feats of intricate storytelling & actressing

Kirsten Dunst (Actress, Us) Little Kiki has long since grown up though she's the youngest member of this jury at 33. There seems to be a renewed appreciation for her talent out there, for which we have Fargo season 2 to thank. »

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Kirsten Dunst, Mads Mikkelsen, Vanessa Paradis and Donald Sutherland join Cannes jury

25 April 2016 3:25 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

In keeping with tradition, the Cannes film festival jury will be as starry as the talent walking the red carpet at the Palais.

After taking home the trophy for best actress in 2011 for her role in Melancholia, Kirsten Dunst will now be part of the panel handing out the awards next month. The Bring It On and Virgin Suicides actress will be joined by A-listers Mads Mikkelsen, Vanessa Paradis and Donald Sutherland.

László Nemes, the Hungarian director and writer of Oscar-winner Son of Saul, which screened at the gala last year, has also been named as a jury member. France’s Arnaud Desplechin, Italy’s Valeria Golino and Iran’s Katayoon Shahabi take the rest of the places. And as previously announced, Mad Max director George Miller will lead the 2016 jury.

They will decide between the 21 films vying for the prestigious Palme d’Or. Some of the highly anticipated world »

- Sara Hemrajani

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Dunst, Sutherland and Paradis join Cannes jury by Richard Mowe - 2016-04-25 20:28:01

25 April 2016 12:28 PM, PDT | eyeforfilm.co.uk | See recent eyeforfilm.co.uk news »

Cannes jury line-up, clockwise from top left, George Miller (president), Valeria Golino, Donald Sutherland, Katayoon Shahabi, Arnaud Desplechin, Mads Mikkelsen, Kirsten Dunst, Vanessa Paradis and Laszlo Nemes. Photo: Courtesy of Cannes Film Festival Cannes Film Festival has announced the previous prize-winners and stellar talents who will make up the official selection jury under the presidency of Mad Max director George Miller, who will decide on the Palme d’Or winner for the closing ceremony on Sunday 22 May. In a break with tradition, the Palme d’Or film will be screened again after the awards ceremony.

Kirsten Dunst, the American actress who scored a best actress gong in Cannes for Melancholia in 2011 will figure in the jury alongside Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen. Four years ago he took the award for Cannes best actor for his performance in Thomas Vinterberg's The Hunt.

Laszlo Nemes, the Hungarian director who won the grand »

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Cannes 2016: Full jury announced

25 April 2016 10:50 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Today, the full jury for the 69th Cannes Film Festival was announced. The announcement comes after George Miller (Mad Max: Fury Road) was confirmed to head up the jury for this year’s festival, which kicks off in the south of France in just a couple of weeks.

Joining Miller are:

Arnaud Desplechin (Director, Writer – France), Kirsten Dunst (Actress – United States), Valeria Golino (Actress, Director, Writer, Producer – Italia), Mads Mikkelsen (Actor – Denmark), László Nemes (Director, Writer – Hungaria), Vanessa Paradis (Actress, Singer- France) ,Katayoon Shahabi (Producer – Iran), and Donald Sutherland (Actor – Canada).

Keep it Thn over the newxt few weeks for extensive Cannes coverage, which kicks off from May 11th, 2016.

Here’s the full press release.

Cannes has always sought to adopt a universal and international approach, and in tune with this tradition, George Miller will be surrounded by eight luminaries of world cinema, from Iran, Denmark, United States, Italia, France, »

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Cannes reveals Competition jury

25 April 2016 10:45 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Donald Sutherland, Arnaud Desplechin, Vanessa Paradis among those to join president George Miller.

The 69th Cannes Film Festival jury, presided over by Mad Max director George Miller, will be made up of eight luminaries of world cinema, from Iran, Denmark, United States, Italy, France, Canada and Hungary.

The jury, made up of four women and four men, will comprise a collection of directors, actors and writers. They will decide on the prizes for the 21 films in Competition.

The jury:

George Miller – President

(Director, Writer, Producer – Australia)

Arnaud Desplechin (Director, Writer – France)

Kirsten Dunst (Actress– United States)

Valeria Golino (Actress, Director, Writer, Producer – Italia)

Mads Mikkelsen (Actor – Denmark)

László Nemes (Director, Writer – Hungaria)

Vanessa Paradis (Actress, Singer – France)

Katayoon Shahabi (Producer – Iran)

Donald Sutherland (Actor – Canada)

Arnaud Desplechin, Director, Writer (France)

Arnaud Desplechin became an official competitor at Cannes with The Sentinel, his first feature film. He then made My Sex Life… or How I Got »

- andreas.wiseman@screendaily.com (Andreas Wiseman)

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