CANNES #70 LINEUP REVEAL
The announcement came in the very early hours this morning. The Cannes 2017 lineup...the majority at any point. Here is what was announced:
And the Telluride implications...
A number of Palme competition titles jump out as potential T-ride crossovers:
Todd Haynes Wonderstruck
Lynne Ramsay's You Were Never Really Here
Andrey Zvyasinstev's Loveless
Michel Hazanavicius' Redoutable
Michael Haneke's Happy End
Noah Baumbach's The Meyerowitz Stories
Among the other categories few titles are catching my eye. Maybe Mathieu Amalric's Barabra and Laurence Cantet's L'Atelier among the UCR section. AMong the Special Screenings The Vanessa Redgrave directed Sea Sorrow interests me as does Alejandro Inarritu's Carne y arena.
Other titles will be added soon.
As regular readers know, the Cannes/Telluride crossover averages between seven and eight films each year. Last year there were seven titles that played both fests including Graduation and Toni Erdmann.
Here is Cannes election coverage from:
RE-VISITING TFF #32
I started this with my last post and here is the promised continuation with detail of the 2005 32nd Telluride Film Festival. It's my first stab at creating a more detailed history of the festival using programs that I have just recently acquired.
Army of Shadows
Be With Me
Breakfast on Pluto
Conversations With Other Women
A Cottage on Dartmoor
Everything is Illuminated
I'm King Kong
Live and Become
The Lost City
The Moon and the Son
Le Monde Vivant
Les Pont des Arts
The President's Last Bang
Sisters in Law
Spirit of the Beehive
Touts les Nuits
Walk the Line
William H. Macy
Philip Seymour Hoffman
The Student Prints section included a 14 min. film entitled Victoria Para Chino from a young director named Cary Fukunaga.
More on Monday...
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