Ismael's Ghosts will open the festival Ismael's Ghosts will open the festival

Cannes Film Festival notches up its 70th year in 2017. The festival runs from May 17 to 28. It will open with Arnaud Desplechin's Ismael's Ghosts. We'll be bringing you coverage throughout the festival.

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Polanski back on Cannes red carpet
Director among late signings for festival.
Smith, Chastain and Sorrentino join Cannes jury
Almodóvar finalises his colleagues for duty.
Critics offer top picks for Cannes
La Semaine de la Critique reveals line-up.
Binoche and Depardieu open Cannes Quinzaine
Directors’ Fortnight unveiled.
Scottish short film selected for Cannes
"Obviously it's amazing," says director Rory Alexander Stewart.
Cannes announces 70th edition line-up
Kidman, Farrell, Pattinson and Moore for red carpet.
Cannes countdown hots up
Besson, Coppola, Haneke waiting in the wings.
Cannes jury duty for Sandrine
Award for best first film in the festival.
Cannes Critics’ Week sealed with a kiss
Sidebar section unveils poster image
Cannes unveils poster for 70th edition
Claudia Cardinale takes twirl for platinum anniversary.
Bellucci in Cannes spotlight
Actress to open and close 70th edition.
Almodóvar named Cannes jury president
Spaniard “overwhelmed” by invitation for 70th edition.

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