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Outsider Takes U.S. on ”Beautiful Youth’ (Exclusive)

5 December 2014 4:37 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Buenos Aires – Consolidating still more its position as one of the most consistent buyers of top-drawer Spanish-language art pics, Paul Hudson’s Outsider Pictures has acquired U.S. rights to Jaime Rosales’ “Hermosa Juventud” (Beautiful Youth).

Sale was closed between Hudson and Ndm’s Fiorella Moretti.

Coming hard on the heels of Outsider’s acquisition of four more Spanish-language titles, in a deal also announced at Ventana Sur, the “Beautiful Youth” sale consolidates yet more Outsider Pictures position as one of the most consistent buyers of Spanish-language pictures for the U.S.,

whether Cannes selections, Oscar entries, rave-about debuts, movies from genre and thriller auteurs, or titles which signify a step-up in scale.

After Pedro Almodovar, Cannes Festival has no more favorite son than Rosales. Screening in 2003’s Un Certain Regard, Rosales’ “The Hours of the Day” won a Fipresci prize. “Solitary Fragments,” which won best film and director at Spain’s 2007 Goya Awards, »

- John Hopewell and Leo Barraclough

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All About His Mother: Pedro Almodóvar Bares His Heart in Lyon

18 October 2014 8:25 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Lyon – Accepting the sixth Lumière Award at Lyon’s Lumiére Festival in France, Pedro Almodóvar spoke with his heart, as Quentin Tarantino had a year before, about what really drives his filmmaking career.

Reading his acceptance speech, translated by Juliette Binoche, he was accompanied on stage brother Agustín, his producer of nearly 30 years standing, and emblematic actresses from his films: Marisa Paredes (“High Heels,” “The Flower of My Secret”), Elena Anaya (“The Skin I Live In”) and Rossy de Palma (“Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown”).

In the audience were, Keanu Reeves and director John McTiernan, Michael Cimino, Paolo Sorrentino (“The Great Beauty”), Berenice Bejo (“The Artist”), Isabella Rossellini, Vanessa Paradis, Gaspard Ulliel (“Saint Laurent”), Italy’s Valeria Golino, Jaime Rosales, and, among industry figures Pathé’s Jerome Seydoux, Wild Bunch’s Vincent Maraval, Pierre Ange Le Pogam, Samuel Haddida plus Sony Pictures ClassicsMichael Barker.

“I was born in the ’50s, »

- John Hopewell

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European Film Awards: Vogt, Östlund, Pawlikowski, Zvyagintsev
, Glazer & Ceylan Among 50 Contenders

16 September 2014 3:15 PM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

This year’s European Film Awards are officially out of the gates with a not so lean 50 film submissions to select from. The 27th edition collects titles that date back to last year’s Venice and Toronto Int. Film Festivals moving into Sundance-Rotterdam-Berlin and finally Cannes of ’14. Among the 31 European countries represented, we’ve got likes of the Palme d’Or winner Nuri Bilge Ceylan leading the huge pack of contenders including Jonathan Glazer’s Under the Skin and Pawel Pawlikowski’s Ida. Here’s the complete list of 50!:


ОТЧУЖДЕНИЕ (Otchujdenie)


Directed By: Milko Lazarov

Written By: Milko Lazarov, Kitodar Todorov & Georgi Tenev

Produced By: Veselka Kiryakova

Amour Fou


Written & Directed By: Jessica Hausner

Produced By: Martin Gschlacht, Antonin Svoboda, Bruno Wagner, Bady Minck, Alexander Dumreicher-Ivanceanu & Philippe Bober

Beautiful Youth

Hermosa Juventud


Directed By: Jaime Rosales

Written By: Jaime Rosales & Enric Rufas

Produced By: Jaime Rosales, »

- Eric Lavallee

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Efa unveils 50-strong selection

16 September 2014 6:04 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

More than 30 European countries represented in the line-up.Scroll down for list in full

The 50 films recommended for a nomination for the European Film Awards (EFAs) have been unveiled.

The European Film Academy and Efa Productions revealed the titles at a press conference in Riga, Latvia where this year’s 27th EFAs will take place on Dec 13.

A total of 31 European countries are represented. In the 20 countries with the most Efa members, these members have voted one national film directly into the selection list.

To complete the list, a selection committee consisting of Efa Board Members and invited experts have included further films. Those experts include Screen International chief film critic and reviews editor Mark Adams (UK), Marit Kapla (Sweden), Stefan Kitanov (Bulgaria), Paz Lázaro (Spain), Christophe Leparc (France) and Elma Tataragic (Bosnia & Herzegovina).

In the coming weeks, more than 3,000 members of the European Film Academy will vote for the nominations in the categories European Film, Director »

- (Michael Rosser)

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RioFest unveils Focus Mexico

14 September 2014 2:41 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Top brass at the festival, set to run from September 24-October 8, have announced the selections in Focus Mexico.

The films are as follows:

Focus Mexico

The Obscure Spring (Las Oscuras Primaveras)

Ernesto Contreras

Manuela Jankovic’s War (La Guerra De Manuela Jankovic)

Diana Cardozo


Christian Díaz Pardo


Marcelo Tobar

The Absent (Los Ausentes)

Nicolás Pereda


Gabriel Nuncio

We Are Mari Pepa (Somos Mari Pepa)

Samuel Kishi

The Well (Manto Acuífero)

Michael Rowe


Alonso Ruizpalacios


Sebastian del Amo

Los Angeles

Damian John Harper

The Amazing Catfish (Los Insólitos Peces Gato)

Claudia Sainte-Luce

The Empty Hours (Las Horas Muertas)

Aaron Fernandez.

Panorama section

Words With Gods (Palabras Con Dioses)

Guillermo Arriaga, Héctor Babenco, Warwick Thornton, Mira Nair, Hideo Nakata, Amos Gitai, Álex de la Iglesia, Emir Kusturica, Bahman Ghobadi

Short Plays

Daniel Gruener, Carlos Reygadas, Fernando Eimbcke, Felipe Gómez, Alejandro Valle, Karim Aïnouz, Marcelo Gomes, Pablo Fendrik, Pablo Stoll, [link »

- (Jeremy Kay)

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San Sebastian reveals Latin American competitors

28 August 2014 5:11 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Competitive strand will feature 14 films, including Jauja starring Viggo Mortensen.

A total of 14 titles have been selected to compete in Horizontes Latinos at the 62nd San Sebastian Festival (Sept 19-27).

The strand comprises productions from Argentina, Mexico, Chile, Brazil, Uruguay and Colombia that have competed or screneed at international festivals but have yet to be seen in Spain.

The selected films compete for the Horizontes Award, decided by a jury and including a prize of €35,000 ($46,000), of which €10,000 ($13,000) goes to the director of the winning film, and the remaining €25,000 ($33,000) to its distributor in Spain.

Casa Grande

Fellipe Barbosa (Brazil - USA)

Set within Rio’s social elite, a teenage boy struggles to escape his overprotective parents as his family spirals into bankruptcy. This second movie by Brazil’s Fellipe Barbosa was presented in the Official Selection at the Rotterdam Festival.

Ciencias naturales (Natural Sciences)

Matías Lucchesi (Argentina - France)

Presented in the Generation section of the Berlin Festival »

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Rohrwacher’s “The Wonders”, Östlund’s “Tourist” & Pawlikowski’s “Ida” Among Ten Lux Prize Finalists

8 July 2014 8:00 PM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

With past winners being The Broken Circle Breakdown and Lorna’s Silence and past finalists being 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days, Attenberg and The Selfish Giant, the annual Lux prize (an annual spotlight on films that go to the heart of the European public debate) acts as a barometer for the latest in solid European fare. Announced yesterday at the Karlovy Vary Film Fest, this year’s batch of noms include several Cannes winners in Alice Rohrwacher’s sophomore, Main Comp selected, Grand Prix winning family drama, Kornél Mundruczó’s Un Certain Regard winning film with a little bit, and Ruben Östlund darkly comical slope-side gem. If I were a betting man, my two euros is on Pawel Pawlikowski’s Ida. Here are the ten, with attached trailers:

Beautiful Youth (Hermosa Juventud) – (Jaime Rosales) – Spain, France

Class Enemy (Razredni Sovraznik) – (Rok Biček) – Slovenia

Force Majeure (Turist) – (Ruben Östlund) – Sweden, Denmark, France, »

- Eric Lavallee

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Accent on youth for European award

8 July 2014 3:49 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

The cast from Lux prize contender Girlhood Every year in Karlovy Vary the European Parliament announces the contenders for the Lux prize which is designed to celebrate “the richness, diversity and excellence of European cinema.”

This year’s crop includes no less than five features that deal with the challenges faced by young people in Europe. The films are Celine Sciamma’s Girlhood (Bande de filles) from France; The Wonders (Le Meraviglie) by Alice Rohrwacher from Italy; Class Enemy (Razredni Sovraznik) by Rok Bicek from Slovenia; Xenia by Panos H Koutras from Greece, and Jaime Rosales’ Beautiful Youth (Hermosa Juventud) from Spain.

Two other titles in the selection had younger people in prominent roles: Kornel Mundruczo’s White God (Hungary, Germany, Sweden) and Pawel Pawlikowski’s Ida (Poland, Denmark). The rest of the selection comprises Dietrich Brueggemann’s Stations Of The Cross (Germany), Sudabeh Mortezai’s Macondo (Austria) and Ruben Ostlund’s Force Majeure (Sweden, »

- Richard Mowe

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Lux Prize 2014 finalists unveiled

6 July 2014 9:52 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Girlhood, White God and The Wonders among the finalists announced in Karlovy Vary; 2013 audience winner revealed.

The official selection of films competing for the European Parliament’s 2014 Lux Prize has been unveiled at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (Kviff).

At a packed event on the terrace of Kv’s Hotel Thermal on Sunday night, the 10 films were unveiled by Lux Prize co-ordinator Doris Pack, European Parliament member Olga Sehnalova and Kviff artistic director Karel Och, who is also a member of the Lux Prize selection panel.

The 10 films are:

Girlhood (Bande De Filles)

Céline Sciamma – France

White God (Feher Isten)

Kornél Mundruczó – Hungary, Germany, Sweden

Beautiful Youth (Hermosa Juventud)

Jaime Rosales – Spain, France


Pawel Pawlikowski – Poland, Denmark

Stations Of The Cross (Kreuzweg)

Dietrich Brüggemann – Germany, France

The Wonders (Le Meraviglie)

Alice Rohrwacher – Italy, Switzerland, Germany


Sudabeh Mortezai – Austria

Class Enemy (Razredni Sovraznik)

Rok Biček – Slovenia

Force Majeure (Turist)

Ruben Östlund – Sweden, Denmark, France »

- (Michael Rosser)

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Youth-Themed Pix Dominate Europe’s Lux Prize Competition

6 July 2014 11:17 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The official selection of the Lux Prize, which was unveiled Sunday at the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival, is dominated by pics that focus on the challenges facing Europe’s youth.

The pics short-listed for the prize, which is intended to showcase the “richness, diversity and excellence of European cinema,” includes five films centering on young people.

The youth-skewed films are Panos H. Koutras’ “Xenia” (Greece, France, Belgium), Jaime Rosales’ “Hermosa Juventud” (Beautiful Youth) (Spain, France), Celine Sciamma’s “Bande de Filles” (Girlhood) (France), Alice Rohrwacher’s “Le Meraviglie” (The Wonders) (Italy, Switzerland, Germany), and Rok Bicek’s “Razredni Sovraznik” (Class Enemy) (Slovenia).

Two other pics had younger people in prominent roles: Kornel Mundruczo’s “Feher Isten” (White God) (Hungary, Germany, Sweden) and Pawel Pawlikowski’s “Ida” (Poland, Denmark).

The other selected pics were Dietrich Brueggemann’s “Kreuzweg” (Stations of the Cross) (Germany, France), Sudabeh Mortezai’s “Macondo” (Austria) and »

- Leo Barraclough

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Winter Sleep wins Cannes Fipresci

23 May 2014 9:30 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Other winners include Jauja and Love at First Fight.

The International Federation of Film Critics (Fipresci) has named Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s Winter Sleep as the best film in Competition at the 67th Cannes Film Festival.

The director of the three-hour, Turkish film “managed to surprise and delight” the jury with “his in-depth soul-searching, put to us in great cinematic terms”.

Giving thanks to the critics for the prize, Ceylan said: “It was a challenging year, and, I want to say, without you and the audience, art films, but especially long art films, would be very lonesome.”

The Fipresci jury selected Argentine Lisandro Alonso’s Jauja as best film in Un Certain Regard.

After picking up awards in the Directors’ Fortnight and Critics’ Week sections, Love at First Fight from French director Thomas Cailley was honoured again by the Fipresci jury, which only considered debut features for this prize.

Abderrahmane Sissako’s Competition title Timbuktu won the »

- (Michael Rosser)

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‘Winter Sleep,’ ‘Jauja,’ ‘Love at First Fight’ Take Cannes Fipresci Prizes

23 May 2014 8:42 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Cannes — The International Federation of Film Critics (Fipresci) awarded its prize for the best film in Cannes’ competition section on Friday to Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s “Winter Sleep,” confirming the pic’s status as one of the front-runners for the Palme d’Or.

The jury said the award had gone to a “great filmmaker who had managed to surprise and delight us again with his in-depth soul-searching, put to us in great cinematic terms.”

The director thanked the critics for having “wrote some very nice things about my films. It was a challenging year, and, I want to say, without you and the audience, art films, but especially long art films, would be very lonesome.”

The Fipresci jury chose Argentine Lisandro Alonso’s “Jauja” as best film in the Un Certain Regard lineup. The jury said the filmmaker had “created an original imaginary world with a landscape of passion, dream, »

- Leo Barraclough

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Cannes 2014: 'Beautiful Youth' review

21 May 2014 5:08 AM, PDT | CineVue | See recent CineVue news »

★★☆☆☆Screening in the Un Certain Regard sidebar at this year's Cannes Film Festival, Jaime Rosales' Beautiful Youth (2014) aspires to a gritty realism but its narrative slackness make it a gimmicky and occasionally complicit portrayal of Spanish love on the dole. Carlos (Carlos Rodríguez) and Natalia (Ingrid García Jonsson) are a young couple, both without work and both living with their mothers - their fathers being largely out of the picture. They go from day to day, bored and listless except on the occasions they go out for a night with their friends. Carlos gets some money working for his friend's father on a building site. But the work is cash in hand - not a great deal of cash at that - and sporadic.


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Cannes Film Review: ‘Beautiful Youth’

18 May 2014 6:42 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

After a series of deliberately difficult art films, Spanish director Jaime Rosales’ “Beautiful Youth” feels almost conventional, apart from two long segments in which major events in the lives of its characters are depicted via the screens of their mobile phones. For better or worse, Natalia and Carlos represent Rosales’ idea of a typical early-20s couple, drifting along with ambitionless lethargy, forced to grow up when Natalia realizes she’s pregnant. Alternately, this slice-of-life drama could be the sympathetic backstory of an amateur porn star — a far more marketable way to sell a film that approaches that plot point with nary a whiff of exploitation.

Rosales’ title, “Beautiful Youth,” feels like a flip on Larry Clark’s “Kids,” which stirred controversy by depicting teenagers engaging in shockingly “mature” behavior. In this relatively low-key portrait, 20-year-old Natalia (Ingrid Garcia-Johnsson) and b.f. Carlos (Carlos Rodriguez) are legally adults, but still behave in irresponsible, »

- Peter Debruge

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Cannes Festival: Full 2014 Lineup

14 May 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »


Grace of Monaco (1)

Olivier Dahan, France-u.S.-Belgium-Italy


The Captive

Atom Egoyan, Canada

Clouds of Sils Maria

Olivier Assayas, France-Switzerland-Germany


Bennett Miller, U.S.

Goodbye to Language

Jean-Luc Godard, Switzerland

The Homesman (2)

Tommy Lee Jones, U.S.

Jimmy’s Hall

Ken Loach, U.K.-Ireland-France


Andrei Zvyagintsev, Russia

Le Meraviglie

Alice Rohrwacher, Italy-Switzerland-Germany

Maps to the Stars

David Cronenberg, Canada-u.S.-France-Germany


Xavier Dolan, France-Canada

Mr. Turner

Mike Leigh, U.K.

Saint Laurent

Bertrand Bonello, France

The Search

Michel Hazanavicius, France

Still the Water

Naomi Kawase, Japan


Abderrahmane Sissako, France

Two Days, One Night

Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, Belgium

Wild Tales

Damian Szifron, Argentina-Spain

Winter Sleep

Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Turkey-Germany-France

Out of Competition

Coming Home

Zhang Yimou, China

How to Train Your Dragon 2 (3)

Dean DeBlois, U.S.

Un Certain Regard


Party Girl

Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger and Samuel Theis, France

Amour fou

Jessica Hausner, »

- Variety Staff

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Cannes '14 line-up announced

17 April 2014 8:15 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Tim here. It's Christmas morning, everybody: the Cannes Film Festival announced its line-up today for this year's edition, running from May 14-25.

Opening Night

Grace of Monaco (dir. Olivier Dahan; starring Nicole Kidman)

Official Selection

Sils Maria (Olivier Assayas)

Saint Laurent (Bertrand Bonelo)

Winter's Sleep (Nuri Bilge Ceylan)

Maps to the Stars (David Cronenberg) Yes No Maybe So

Two Days, One Night (Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne)

Mommy (Xavier Dolan)

The Captive (Atom Egoyan)

Goodbye to Language (Jean-Luc Godard)

The Search (Michel Hazanavicius)

The Homesman (Tommy Lee Jones) Yes No Maybe So

Still the Water (Naomi Kawase)

Mr. Turner (Mike Leigh)

Jimmy's Hall (Ken Loach)

Foxcatcher (Bennett Miller) We Can't Wait

Le Meraviglie (Alice Rohrwacher)

Timbuktu (Abderrahmane Sissako)

Wild Tales (Damian Szifron)

Leviathan (Andrey Zvyagintsev)

Channing Tatum & Mark Ruffalo as brothers in "Foxcatcher"

Un Certain Regard

Opener - Party Girl (Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger, Samuel Theis)

Jauja (Lisando Alonso)

The Blue Room »

- Tim Brayton

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Cannes Film Festival: Thierry Fremaux on Godard, Female Filmmakers, U.S. Indies (updated)

17 April 2014 1:18 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

On the heels of the Cannes Film Festival’s much-anticipated press conference, Variety’s Elsa Keslassy sat down with artistic director and delegate general Thierry Fremaux. Among other things, Fremaux talked about the colors and themes of this year’s official selection, the pool of women filmmakers repped in the lineup, Jean-Luc Godard’s comeback in competition, the eventual selection of Abel Ferrara’s “Welcome to New York,” films that didn’t make it and movies that might spark waves at the festival.

Many films in the official selection — notably David Cronenberg’s “Maps to the Stars,” Abderrahmane Sissako’s “Timbuktu,” Andrew Hulme’s “Snow in Paradise,” Panos Koutras’ “Xenia,” Wang Chao’s “Fantasia” and Jaime Rosales’ “Hermosa Juvenitud” — look to say something about contemporary society. Was that a conscious decision?

It’s important for Cannes to not stray from reality. There are a certain number of films that evoke »

- Elsa Keslassy

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2014 Cannes Film Festival Full Line-Up

17 April 2014 10:50 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

The official selections for the 67th Cannes Film Festival have been announced with a more mainstream than expected selection this year featuring quite a few films you've probably heard of.

New films are on over from such esteemed directors as David Cronenberg, Jean-Luc Godard, Bennett Miller, Olivier Dahan, David Michod, Zhang Yimou, Atom Egoyan, Xavier Dolan, Ken Loach, Olivier Assayas, Rolf de Heer, Michel Hazanavicius, Mike Leigh, second-timer Tommy Lee Jones and first-timer Ryan Gosling.

Opening Film (Out of Competition):

"Grace of Monaco" – Olivier Dahan


"The Captive" – Atom Egoyan

"Clouds of Sils Maria" – Olivier Assayas

"Two Days, One Night" – Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardennes

"Foxcatcher" – Bennett Miller

"Goodbye to Language" – Jean-Luc Godard

"The Homesman" – Tommy Lee Jones

"Jimmy's Hall" – Ken Loach

"Leviathan" – Andrey Zvyagintsev

"Le Meraviglie" – Alice Rohrwacher

"Maps to the Stars" – David Cronenberg

"Mommy" – Xavier Dolan

"Mr. Turner" – Mike Leigh

"Saint Laurent" – Bertrand Bonello

"The Search" – Michel Hazanavicius »

- Garth Franklin

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Cannes 2014 Line-Up Led By The Rover, Maps To The Stars, Foxcatcher And More

17 April 2014 8:54 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Cinephiles, rejoice! The Cannes Film Festival has announced its 2014 line-up today and as usual, it’s pretty damn impressive. A lot of the movies announced were already expected to play at the prestigious fest, but there are definitely a few surprises as well.

Leading the way is Nicole Kidman’s Grace of Monaco, which will be the opener. Following that we’ll have David Cronenberg’s promising Maps to the Stars and Animal Kingdom helmer David Michod’s The Rover, two films that I absolutely cannot wait to see. Joining them will be Bennett Miller’s Oscar-hopeful Foxcatcher as well as Olivier Assayas’ Sils Maria. The Artist director Michel Hazavanicius will be here too with his new film The Search, and Mike Leigh returns with Mr. Turner. But that only scratches the surface, and there’s still more to come, as next week will see the announcement of the Critics’ Week and Directors’ Fortnight line-ups. »

- Matt Joseph

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Complete 2014 Cannes Film Festival Lineup

17 April 2014 7:50 AM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

This morning the 2014 Cannes Film Festival lineup was announced and while at least one Out of Competition title is still to be announced, along with the Critics' Week and Directors' Fortnight lineups, we have a look at what films make up the competition and it's largely a lot of the titles that were rumored heading into today's announcement. Among the competition titles you have Atom Egoyan's Captives, which we'll have to hope is better than Devil's Knot, Bennett Miller's highly anticipated Foxcatcher, Jean-Luc Godard's 3D feature Goodbye To Language, The Homesman from Tommy Lee Jones, Ken Loach's Jimmy's Hall and David Cronengberg's Maps to the Stars. I'm jealous I won't be there to see Xavier Dolan's first time in competition with Mommy, Mike Leigh is again at Cannes with Mr. Turner and Michel Hazanavicius returns to Cannes after The Artist took the fest by storm with The Search. »

- Brad Brevet

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