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Since I live in the UK and release dates often differ from the US, at the time of writing I had yet to see a number of movies which may otherwise have made this list, including The Wolf of Wall Street, American Hustle and August: Osage County.
This list contains narrative features only, my top documentary for 2013 is The Crash Reel.
The titles are listed in alphabetical order.
Cannes is a wonderful festival with so many films to see and so many things happening. I will not make it to all of these but I will certainly try to catch as many as possible!
Film #1 was seen before the festival and then #2 to #15 seen at Sundance itself. I will add post-festival viewings across 2013 at #16 onwards.
Once again it was an excellent festival with an amazing range of titles and not enough time to see everything. All the films which I saw were good, but special mentions for my favourites: Drake Doremus' Breathe In with the ever-wonderful Felicity Jones; Lynn Shelton's Touchy Feely; Lucy Walker's The Crash Reel; Fredrik Bond's The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman and Nat Faxon & Jim Rash's The Way, Way Back.
It was great talk with Lucy and Lynn about their films plus briefly meet Fredrik. I also met and chatted with Nicole Kidman along with several other filmmakers across the 5 days.
Onwards to Sundance London in April
I attended from opening night (15 May) and left early in the following Wednesday morning (22 May) so missed some of the movies I really wanted to see from my Cannes 2013 Interest List
You can discover more about the festival at IMDb's Cannes section.
Here's a list of movies I saw at the festival in chronological order ...