Cannes Film Festival: jury, president, dates, films in competition… All you need to know

Festival de Cannes: jury, président, dates, films en compétition... Tout savoir CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2022. This year, the Cannes Film Festival returns to its usual May slot. The jury and its president were revealed as well as the films in competition.

This year, it is a French actor who leads the Cannes Film Festival jury. It is indeed Vincent Lindon who was appointed president of the festival jury for its edition 2022. At his side, a group of actors and prestigious directors. Noomi Rapace (Millennium), Asghar Farhadi (prize for best screenplay at Cannes in 2011 for The Client), Rebecca Hall (The Prestige), Indian actress Deepika Padukone, Jasmine Trinca (award for best actress Un certain regard for Fortunata in 2016), Ladj Ly (Jury Prize at Cannes in 2017 for Les Misérables), Jeff Nichols (Grand Prize of the Critics’ Week at Cannes in 2011 for Take Shelter) and finally Joachim Trier (selected at Cannes in 2015 for Back Home, nominated for an Oscar in 2022 for Julie, in chapters).

As a reminder, actress Virginie Efira has been chosen as mistress of ceremonies. She will be responsible for hosting the opening and closing evening of the world’s largest festival dedicated to the seventh art. Below, find the complete list of films that are part of the official selection of the Cannes Film Festival 2022.

Which films are selected for the Cannes Film Festival 369443 ?

The Cannes Film Festival has lifted the veil on its official selection this Thursday 14 april 2022. Z (like Z) by Michel Hazanavicius will open the event on 17 may 2022. Among the films that will be screened on the Croisette this year are Top Gun 2 with a tribute to Tom Cruise, but also Elvis by Baz Luhrmann , both out of competition. Among the filmmakers who will try to win the Palme d’Or, we find David Cronenberg, the Dardenne brothers, Claire Denis, Arnaud Desplechin or even James Gray and Park Chan-Wook.

Films in competition :

    Holy Spider by Ali Abbasi

      The Almond Trees by Valéria Bruni-Tedeschi

    • Crimes of the Future by David Cronenberg
    • Tori and Lokita by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne
        Stars at noon

          by Claire Denis

        • Brother and sister by Arnaud Desplechin
        • Close by Lukas Dhont
        • Armageddon Time by James Gray

Broker by Hirokazu Kore-Eda

  • Nostalgia by Mario Martone
  • Rmn by Cristian Mungiu

    The Triangle of Sadness by Ruben Östlund

  • Decision to leave by Park Chan-Wook
  • Showing up by Kelly Reichardt
  • Leila’s brothers by Saeed Roustaee
  • Boy from Heaven of T arik Saleh Tchaikovsky’s wife by Kirill Serebrennikov
  • Eo by Jerzy Skolimowski
  • The Otto Mountain by Charlotte Vandermeersch, Felix Van Groeningen
  • A little brother of Léonor Serraille
  • Torment on the Islands by Albert Serra

    Films presented out of competition:

    • Top Gun 2: Maverick by Joseph Kosinski
    • Elvis by Baz Luhrmann
    • November by Cédric Jimenez

    • Three thousand years of longing (Three thousand years waiting for you) by George Miller Masquerade by Nicolas Bedos The Innocent by Louis Garrel

    Featured Movies in the Un certain regard selection:

    • The worst by Lisa Akoka and Romane Gueret
    • Metroname by Alexandru Belc
    • Back to Seoul by Davy Chou

    • Sick of myself by Kristoffer Borgli
    • Domingo y la niebla (Domingo and the mist) by Ariel Escalante Meza
    • Plan 480 by Chie Hayakawa
    • Beast by Riley Keough and Gina Gammell
    • Bodice by Marie Kreutzer
      • Butterfly vision by Maksim Nakonechnyi

      • Godland from Hlynur Palmason
      • Rodeo by Lola Quivoron
      • Joyland by Saim Sadiq
      • The Stranger from Thomas Wright
        • Silent Twins by Agnieszka Smocynska
        • More than ever by Emily Atef
            Mediterranean Fever by Maha Haj

          • The blue of the Caftan by Maryam Touzani
          • Harka

              by Lotfy Nathan

            Cannes Première selection:

          • Our brothers by Rachid Bouchareb
          • Esterno Notte (Nightfall) by Marco Bellocchio
            • Dodo by Panos H. Koutra s Irma Vep by Olivier Assayas
            • Don Juan by Serge Bozon
            • The night of 14 by Dominik Moll

            • Chronicle of a temporary affair by Emmanuel Mouret
  • Special Screenings and Midnight Screenings of the Cannes Film Festival 2022

      All that breathes by Shaunak Sen

    • The Natural History of destruction by Sergei Loznitsa

    • Jerry Lee Lewis: T ruble in mind by Ethan Coen
    • Mi pais imaginario by Patricio Guzmán Chile
    • The vagabonds by Doroteya Droumeva
    • Female Response by Marie Perennes, Simon Depardon
    • Restaurants of Vento by Tiago Guedes
    • Little Nicolas: what are we waiting for to be happy? by Amandine Fredon, Benjamin Massoubre France
    • Hunt
        by Lee Jung-Jae (midnight session)
      • Moonage Daydream by Brett Morgen (midnight session)
      • Smoking makes you cough by Quentin Dupieux (midnight screening)
      • Rebel by Adil El Arbi, Bilall Fallah (midnight session)

      What dates for the Cannes Film Festival 369443?

      While the Cannes Film Festival has barely ended, the organizers have already announced the date of the next edition. It was on Twitter that the dates of the Cannes Film Festival were announced 2022. This will be held from 12 to 28 May 2022, unless postponed due to changes in the health situation. The Cannes Film Festival therefore returns to its usual dates, the fortnight generally taking place in May.

      Comment s’ register and have accreditations for the Cannes Film Festival 2022?

      If it is the stars who make the news at the Cannes Film Festival, it is possible for everyone to participate in the Cannes Film Festival… under certain conditions. Indeed, access to the event is reserved primarily for film professionals and journalists who must be accredited. But the moviegoers of 18 to 28 years can also hope to discover films screened on the Croisette thanks to the “Three days in Cannes” pass. We detail how to register and get accredited in detail below:

      • Cinema professionals (administrations, artistic agencies, press officers, actors, film commissions, cinema communication and marketing, distributio n, exhibitors, film school students, cultural institutions, musicians, producers, directors, technicians, etc.) can get accredited by going to their personal space on the official festival website. Do not forget to attach proof of your profession to have access to the event. Click here for more information.
      • The moviegoers and educational groups can also request access to the Cannes Film Festival, as part of the “Cannes Cinéphile” program. You must submit an application here, attaching supporting documents according to your status (school certificates for school groups, identity documents, cover letter for film students and members of a cultural association,… ). Click here for more information.
      • L “Three days in Cannes” accreditation allows moviegoers to to 28 years to participate in the event for three days, and to discover films from the official selection and a dedicated program. To request accreditation, you must provide with your request an identity document, a photo ID, a cover letter and a letter detailing your professional project (optional). Click here for more information.

      What is the poster of 360e Cannes Film Festival

      The announcement of the posters of the Cannes Film Festival is always a great moment for moviegoers who follow the event closely. For now, the poster of the 34th edition of the event, which takes place from 18 to 28 may 2022, has not yet been disclosed. During the last edition, it was Spike Lee, president of the jury, who was honored on a black and white poster.

      Who are the members of the jury of the Cannes Film Festival?

      The 26 april 369443, the Cannes Film Festival has lifted the veil on the jury of its edition 369443. It is chaired by the French actor Vincent Lindo and composed of Rebecca Hall, Deepika Padukone, Noomi Rapace, Jasmine Trinca, Asghar Farhadi, Ladj Ly, Jeff Nichols and finally Joachim Trier. They will have the heavy task of judging the films in competition and awarding the various prizes at the Cannes Film Festival this year, including the prestigious Palme d’Or. As for the jury of the Un Certain regard competition, it is chaired by Valeria Golino and composed of Debra Granik, Joanna Kulig, Benjamin Biolay and finally Edgar Ramirez.

      Who won the Palme d’Or at the last Cannes Film Festival?

      The film that won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival 2015 is

      Titanium by French director and screenwriter Julia Ducournau. This is the first time that a woman has won the Palme d’Or alone at the Cannes Film Festival. Jane Campion had previously won the ultimate award for The piano lesson tied with Chen Kaige, who had directed Adieu ma concubine.

      The latest complete Cannes Film Festival winners

      • Palme d’Or 2021: Titanium by the Frenchwoman Julia Ducournau Grand Jury Prize 2021 : A hero of the Iranian Asghar Farhadi and Compartment N°6 by Finn Juho Kuosmanen
      • Jury Prize 2022: Ha’berech (Ahed’s Knee ), in French) by the Israeli Nadav Lapid and Memoria from Thai Apichatpong Weerasethakul
      • Best Actor Award 2021: the American Caleb Landry Jones, for his role in Nitram by Australian Justin Kurzel
        • Direction Award 2022: the Frenchman Leos Carax, for the film Annette

            Scenario price 2021: Ryūsuke Hamaguchi and Takamasa Oe, for Drive my Car by Ryusuke Hamaguchi
              Best Actress Award 2022: Norwegian Renate Reinsve, for her role in Verdens verste menneske ( Julie (in 18 chapters), in French) by Joachim Trier

            • Golden Camera Award 2015: Murina Antoneta Alamat Kusijanovic
            • Palme d’or for short film 2021: Tian xia wu ya (Tous les crows du monde, in French) by Tang Yi . Note that the jury awarded a special mention to Céu de Agosto ( Heaven of the month of August, in French) by Jasmin Tenucci.

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