The 75th edition of the festival will run from May 17 to 28. It will open with Final Cut, directed by Michel Hazanavicius and feature tentpole films including Top Gun: Maverick.

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Tchaikovsky's Wife
Tchaikovsky's Wife
Drama following the turbulent relationship between the composer and his wife.
A Male
A Male
Carlos lives in a youth shelter in Bogota. Its Christmas and Carlos longs to spend the day with his mother and sister, who are lost in the spiral of urban violence. As he leaves the shelter, Carlos is confronted with the rigor of the streets in his neighborhood, where the law of the strongest, the alpha 'macho', rules. As he seeks for a family reunion, Carlos must show he can be one of them.
Mother And Son
Mother And Son
In the late 1980s, Rose moves from the Ivory Coast to the Paris suburbs with her two young sons, Ernest and Jean. Spanning 20 years from their arrival in France to the present day, the film is the chronicle of the construction and deconstruction of a family.
Falcon Lake
Falcon Lake
A young teenager falls in love with an older girl while on holiday.
The Eight Mountains
The Eight Mountains
The Eight Mountains is the story of a friendship. Of children becoming men who try to erase the footprints of their fathers, but who, through the twists and turns they take, always end up returning home.
Pamfir wants to be a decent family man but challenged by the circumstances he is forced to give up honest breadwinning to help his family.
The Dam
The Dam
Sudan, near the Merowe dam. Maher works in a traditional brickyard fed by the waters of the Nile. Every evening, he secretly builds a mysterious construction made of mud.
Ali earns a living illegally selling gasoline on the street. He doesn’t have any contact with his family, but when he receives news that his father has died, he is forced to become responsible for his two younger sisters.
The Five Devils
The Five Devils
Eight-year-old Vicky possesses a special power: a hyperacute sense of smell. She spends her days exploring this gift, and lives happily with her mother Joanne, a swimming teacher whom she adores exclusively - to the despair of her firefighter father. When her mysterious aunt Julia suddenly reappears in their lives, secrets from their past resurface both violently and magically.
Plan 75
Plan 75
In a near future Japan, over-75s are offered a payment to encourage them to accept an assisted death.
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Cannes Film Festival Features

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Embracing complexity
Adam Bessa on digging into character for Harka
Moving from fact to fiction
Lotfy Nathan on 'shedding the skin of accuracy' for stronger storytelling in Harka
Full speed ahead for Rodeo director
Lola Quivoron on breaking through male world of bikes and their riders
Director under magical power of cinema
Dalva filmmaker on the dark side of childhood, early influences, and a casting marathon
Catalan renegade working from inside out
Albert Serra on inspiration, stimulation, Magimel and filming Pacifiction in Tahiti
Still human
Chie Hayakawa on age, empathy and Plan 75
Director blown away by 'amazing' Adèle
Léa Mysius and Exarchopoulos talk about The Five Devils
From super-heroes to Dali
It’s a mad world according to Smoking Makes You Cough director Quentin Dupieux
From make-up.. to natural blusher
Léa Seydoux on coming over all coy with Daniel Craig and Melvil Poupaud
Portraits of modern life
Mia Hansen-Løve on Léa Seydoux, Pascal Greggory, Kafka, ghosts and One Fine Morning
The functional and the representational
Marie Kreutzer on Empress Elisabeth of Austria, the biographies of Sisi, and Corsage
Control, numbers and measurements
Marie Kreutzer on Vicky Krieps, Camille, and the look of Corsage
Almost a ghost story
James Gray on his grandfather, Anthony Hopkins, Susan Sontag and Armageddon Time
Flowing between genres
Elena López Riera on mixing fact and fiction in The Water
Building a better childhood
Benjamin Massoubre on Little Nicholas: Happy As Can Be
Shaping myths
Elena López Riera on the shifting nature of stories and gender roles in The Water
A world in miniature
Erige Sehiri reflects on the origin and themes of Under The Fig Trees
'I love this idea of going backwards to revisit the past'
Manuela Martelli on her period thriller 1976
From Joyland to the Corner Office
Tribeca-bound producer on Cannes winner and the joy of storytelling
Borders of information
Florian Schmitz on Le Pré Du Mal, Baudelaire, Truffaut, mumblecore and Love Steaks
Cronenberg straightens the record
Director on body control, actors, “insane” US and Top Gun
Beauty is scary.. looks are a currency
Director Ruben Östlund on the starting point for Triangle Of Sadness
Miller lets the genie out the bottle
Elba makes Swinton’s wishes come true in Cannes
Cruise control swoops over Cannes
Crowds swarm for a glimpse of real star power in action
Bejo’s caring skills lead to zombie role
Actress turned up the pressure on director during Covid
Frémaux cruises into gear in Cannes
Festival director on Top Gun star, Ukraine and looking to the future
In the moment
Jonatan Schwenk on Zoon screening at Cannes, and his working process
Acting with sensations
Anaïs Demoustier on Anaïs In Love, Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet and her Cannes films
Boundary crossing
Alison Kuhn on The Case You and Fluffy Tales
A good team
Arnaud Desplechin on Grégoire Hetzel, Yorick Le Saux, Deception, Marion Cotillard and Frère Et Sœur
Flight and fight
Shaunak Sen on making his documentary about two brothers' bird hospital in Delhi

Cannes Film Festival News

Cannes joy for Triangle Of Sadness
Östlund takes second Palme d'Or, with Dhont and Denis among prizes
Cannes prizes keep on coming
The Worst Ones takes top honours in Un Certain Regard
All shook up at Elvis debut in Cannes
Luhrmann praises 'bravery' of his cast and crew
Critics’ Week prizes for The Pack and Aftersun
Roll-out starts of this year’s Cannes big hitters
Naked Ukraine protest on Cannes red carpet
'Stop raping us' message to Russia from female activist
Take That Cannes!
Hit band hit the festival to promote The Greatest Days
Lindon restores his virginity in Cannes
Jury president on judging, respect, and being a child again
Seydoux to star as the new Emmanuelle
Erotic Seventies hit to be remade by top woman director
Eustache tribute in Cannes Classics
Lebrun and Léaud to attend special screening
Golino seeks filmmaking discoveries
Italian actress heads Cannes Un Certain Regard jury
Lindon heads Cannes Competition Jury
Trier, Trinca, Hall, Nichols and Farhadi in the ranks
Omar Sy stars on the front line in Cannes
First World War epic to open Un Certain Regard
Julianne Moore in Critics’ Week opener
Prime places for first features in Cannes sidebar
Femmes to the fore in Directors’ Fortnight
Winocour, Ernaux, and Hansen-Løve lead the throng in Cannes
Italian filmmaker to open Cannes Directors’ Fortnight
Music, history and magic realism on the menu for world premiere
Return of Cronenberg and Hazanavicius leads Cannes line-up
Upbeat mood heralds 75th anniversary edition’s official selection
Luhrmann’s Elvis to shake up Cannes
World premiere with Butler, Hanks and DeJonge in attendance

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