The Cannes Film Festival is running from May 16 to 27 this year. Among the films screened to date are Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny and Killers Of The Flower Moon.

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An experimental and genre-defying drama shot entirely on sound stages in support of a film-within-a-film narrative.
A mother is shocked when she learns what a teacher has said to her son, but the truth is more complicated.
Four Daughters
Four Daughters
A creative documentary following ten years in the life of a fortysomething Tunisian mother, a cleaning lady from a poor environment, who sees her two teenage daughters become radicalised, run away and join the terrorist organisation Daesh in Libya.
The Mother Of All Lies
The Mother Of All Lies
The filmmaker doesn’t have any pictures of herself as a child. This is the starting point of a documentary investigation that unfolds the secrets of a Casablanca family.
About Dry Grasses
About Dry Grasses
A young teacher hopes to be appointed to Istanbul after mandatory duty at a small village. After long time waiting he loses all hope of escaping from this gloomy life. His colleague helps him to regain his perspective.
The Delinquents
The Delinquents
Two bank staff rob their own establishment.
The New Boy
The New Boy
The story of a nine-year-old Aboriginal orphan boy who arrives in the dead of night at a remote monastery, run by a renegade nun, where his presence disturbs the delicately balanced world.
Perfect Days
Perfect Days
The story of an urban renewal project which involves the creation of 17 public toilets in key locations in the Japanese capital.
Wild Summon
Wild Summon
A natural history fantasy film, following the dramatic lifecycle of the wild salmon in human form.
In 1858, a six-year-old Jewish boy is forcibly seized from his family by the Catholic church.
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Cannes Film Festival Features

Bitter taste of an awards season row
Director of The Taste of Things on Binoche, Magimel and an Oscar polemic
Binoche’s recipe for a reunion
The Taste Of Things brings France’s celebrity couple together again
Now is now
Wim Wenders on Yasujirō Ozu, Anselm Kiefer, Ingeborg Bachmann and Perfect Days
Warwick Thornton's practical magic
The New Boy director on working with children, animals and just one camera
A difficult age
Flóra Anna Buda on the challenges facing young adults, and making 27
Evolution of The New Boy
Warwick Thornton on gender flipping his film, religion and spirituality and the slippery significance of snakes
Natural-born storytellers
Kaouther Ben Hania on Tunisia’s Oscar shortlisted Four Daughters
Always within her
Elene Naveriani on the recognition of beauty and Blackbird Blackbird Blackberry
Voice for children of Ukraine
Pritan Ambroase on courage, missiles, and power of cinema
From reality to animation
Chiara Malta and Sébastien Laudenbach on making room for happy accidents in Chicken For Linda!
Body and soul
Eivind Landsvik on teenage life, empathy and making Tits
Rights and wrongs
Amjad Al Rasheed on patriarchal structures and female empowerment in Inshallah A Boy
Caligula and the Emperor’s New Clothes
'Irresistible mix of art and genitals' receives a new edit in Cannes
Cannes winner on the home straight
It's Raining In The House director stays close to her roots and family in 'protective' bubble
Lily-Rose uncovers the dark side of celebrity
New TV series gets the big screen treatment in Cannes
Scorsese still up for a challenge
Cannes praise for the master from De Niro and DiCaprio
Exit Indiana as Ford harbours no regrets
Cannes farewell marks 'a relic' of star's life passing by
Director with crime on his mind
Cédric Kahn on innocence and guilt, racism, and the power of words
Streaming Spotlight: Cannes class of 22
Films from last year's festival to stream at home
Depp’s disappearing act in Cannes
Star keeps the media waiting to hang on his every word
Whirlwind world of Anaïs Demoustier
Now actress takes on new role - as Camera d’Or president

Cannes Film Festival News

Femme power to the fore in Cannes Palme d’Or winner
Justine Triet becomes only the third woman to receive the top prize
Big pat for collie in Palm Dog awards
'Highly competitive year' for canines in Cannes
Loach last but not least in Cannes
Director vies for Festival’s top prize for third time
Top prize for UK's Manning Walker in Directors' Fortnight
Jury bestows honours on four first films as Cannes starts to wind down
Hanging Gardens wins top prize at Critics Awards for Arab Films
The Blue Caftan and Harka also snag awards
Tiger Stripes roars to success
First of Cannes prizes announced in Critics’ Week section for first or second features
Martin Amis dies at 73
Author passes away dies on day film adaptation of his book premiered in Cannes
Indiana bows out on a wave of emotion
Harrison Ford gets all emotional at Cannes red carpet première plus an honorary Palme
Depp feels the love in Cannes
Controversial star can do no wrong with his French fans
Ruben takes sideways swipe at the Oscars
Cannes jury president prefers his Palme d’Ors any day
Cannes supremo in the line of fire
Frémaux on tickets, strikes, protests, Östlund and Haenel
Critics Awards for Arab Films shortlist announced
The Blue Caftan leads nominations
Mirren, Ullmann and Jarmusch in Cannes Classics
Godard tribute to include his final film as Thelma & Louise ride again
Rasoulof banned from leaving Iran
Director had hoped to serve on Cannes Un Certain Regard jury
Honorary Palme for Michael Douglas
Cannes Film Festival honours star and screens new documentary
Sean Penn thriller joins the Cannes throng
Pace hots up as 14 new titles added to official line-up
Pixar animation to close Cannes Film Festival
World premiere of Elemental inspired by director’s New York childhood
Gondry back in Cannes fray after eight years
Directors’ Fortnight unveils diverse line-up for 55th edition
Cannes Critics’ Week reveals Competition titles
Brazil, Malaysia, South Korea and Serbia among countries vying for glory
Anderson, Loach and Wenders in Cannes line-up
Festival promises '“a renewal' for 76th edition
Almodóvar takes short cut Cannes
Director, Hawke and Pascal to attend premiere of bitesize Western
Extra glory for Yeoh in Cannes
Women in Motion award for Best Actress Oscar winner
Maïwenn’s costume epic to open Cannes Film Festival
Depp returns to the scene as French royalty
Ford’s date with destiny in Cannes
Fifth in Indiana franchise to receive world premiere at festival
Scorsese back in Cannes action
Killers Of The Flower Moon cast DiCaprio, De Niro and Lily Gladstone to join festival
Hotting up in Cannes
Images revealed for Directors’ Fortnight and Critics’ Week

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