Cannes Film Festival 2024

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Dog On Trial Dog On Trial
Dog On Trial and The Story of Souleymane
Black Dog (Country: China; Year: 2024; Director: Guan Hu; Writer: Ge Rui , Guan Hu; Stars: Jia Zhangke, Eddie Peng, Liya Tong)
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The Damned (Les Damnes) (Year: 2024; Director: Roberto Minervini; Writer: Roberto Minervini)
Drama about a volunteer troop of soldiers during the American Civil War.
Dog On Trial (Le Proces Du Chien) (Country: France; Year: 2024; Director: Laetitia Dosch; Writer: Anne-Sophie Bailly, Laetitia Dosch; Stars: Laetitia Dosch, Anabela Moreira, Anne Dorval, François Damiens, Pierre Deladonchamps, Jean-Pascal Zadi, Christian Dustour)
A young lawyer tries to save a dog from capital punishment.
Flow (Year: 2024; Director: Gints Zilbalodis)
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Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga (Country: Australia; Year: 2024; Director: George Miller; Writer: George Miller, Nick Lathouris; Stars: Anya Taylor-Joy, Chris Hemsworth, Charlee Fraser, Tom Burke, Nathan Jones, Angus Sampson, Lachy Hulme, Alyla Browne, Daniel Webber, Nat Buchanan, Goran D. Kleut, Spencer Connelly, David Collins, Ian Roberts, Matuse)
Prequel about the young Furiosa, who is snatched by a biker gang.
When The Light Breaks When The Light Breaks
When The Light Breaks and Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga
Holy Cow! (Vingt Dieux!) (Country: France; Year: 2024; Director: Louise Courvoisier; Writer: Louise Courvoisier, Théo Abadie; Stars: Clément Faveau, Maïwène Barthelemy, Luna Garret, Mathis Bertrand, Dimitry Baudry), Trailer
After the sudden death of his father an 18-year-old finds himself looking after his sister... and changing his life.
My Sunshine (Boku No Ohisama) (Year: 2024; Director: Hiroshi Okuyama)
Drama centring on two kids with opposing personalities who become a figure-skating pair.
Niki (Country: France; Year: 2024; Director: Céline Sallette; Writer: Céline Sallette; Stars: Charlotte Le Bon, John Robinson, Damien Bonnard, Judith Chemla, Quentin Dolmaire, Radu Mihaileanu, Jesse Guttridge, Virgile Bramly, Léo Dussollier, Marie Zabukovec, Éric Pucheu, Hugo Brunswick, Alain Fromager, Xavier de Guillebon, Grégoire Monsaingeon)
Niki de Saint Phalle biopic.
Norah (Country: Saudi Arabia; Year: 2023; Director: Tawfik Alzaidi; Writer: Tawfik Alzaidi, Stephen Strachan; Stars: Yagoub Alfarhan, Maria Bahrawi, Abdullah Al-Sadhan, Aixa Kay, Saleemriaz)
A teacher is inspired by a young woman he meets in a remote village, while he inspires her to change her life.
On Becoming A Guinea Fowl (Country: UK, Zambia, Ireland; Year: 2024; Director: Rungano Nyoni; Writer: Rungano Nyoni)
Comedy family drama.
The Shameless The Shameless
The Shameless and Holy Cow!
Le Royaume (Director: Julien Colonna)
Father and daughter relationship drama set on Corsica in the Nineties.
Santosh (Country: UK; Year: 2024; Director: Sandhya Suri; Writer: Sandhya Suri; Stars: Shahana Goswami, Sanjay Bishnoi)
Newly widowed Santosh inherits her husband’s job as a police constable in the rural badlands of Northern India. When a low caste girl is found raped and murdered, she is pulled into the investigation under the wing of charismatic feminist inspector Sharma.
September Says (Year: 2024; Director: Ariane Labed)
Sisters July and September are thick as thieves, though very different. Their dynamic is a concern to their single mum, Sheela. Tension among the three women builds when they take refuge in an old holiday home in Ireland.
The Shameless (Country: India, Bulgaria; Year: 2024; Director: Konstantin Bojanov; Writer: Konstantin Bojanov; Stars: Anasuya Sengupta, Omara Shetty, Auroshikha Dey, Rohit Kokate, Koran Bhivagade, Tanmay Dhanania, Mita Vasisht)
Love story between two women who face a struggle against a patriarchal society.
The Story of Souleymane (L’Histoire de Souleymane) (Country: France; Year: 2024; Director: Boris Lojkine; Writer: Boris Lojkine, Delphine Agut; Stars: Abou Sangare, Nina Meurisse, Alpha Oumar Sow Emmanuel Yovanie, Younoussa Diallo)
Two days in the life of a bike delivery guy who is trying to get asylum.
Viet and Nam Viet and Nam
Viet and Nam and Santosh
Viet and Nam (Year: 2024; Director: Truong Minh Quý)
Nam and Việt are coal miners, working 300 meters below ground, where danger awaits, darkness prevails. Nam doesn’t want his future to continue with coal and hires someone to smuggle him to the western world.
The Village Next To Paradise (Country: France, Austria; Year: 2024; Director: Mo Harawe; Writer: Mo Harawe; Stars: Axmen Cali Faarax, Canab Axmed Ibraahin, Ahmed Mohamoud Salleban)
In a windy Somali village, a newly assembled family must navigate between their different aspirations and the complex world surrounding them.
When The Light Breaks (Country: Iceland, Netherlands, Croatia, France; Year: 2024; Director: Rúnar Rúnarsson; Writer: Rúnar Rúnarsson; Stars: Elín Hall, Katla Njálsdóttir, Mikael Kaaber, Ágúst Wigum, Gunnar Hrafn Kristjánsson, Baldur Einarsson)
From one sunset to another, Una, a young art student encounters love, friendship, sorrow and beauty.
Who Let The Dog Bite? (Le Proces Du Chien) (Country: France; Year: 2024; Director: Laetitia Dosch; Writer: Anne-Sophie Bailly, Laetitia Dosch; Stars: Laetitia Dosch, François Damiens, Anabela Moreira, Anne Dorval, Pierre Deladonchamps, Anouk Grinberg, Bouli Lanners, Jean-Pascal Zadi, Christian Dustour)
A young lawyer tries to save a dog from being destroyed.
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