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Cannes Film Festival 2023 Lineup Has Been Announced

The Cannes Film Festival 2023 lineup has been announced. Some of the movies that will be shown for the first time at the French event are "Killers of the Flower Moon" by Martin Scorsese and "Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny," which a lot of people are looking forward to. The festival will start with "Jeanne du Barry," which stars Johnny Depp.

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The Cannes Film Festival 2023 lineuphas been announced. Some of the movies that will be shown for the first time at the French event are "Killers of the Flower Moon" by Martin Scorsese and "Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny," which a lot of people are looking forward to. The festival will start with "Jeanne du Barry," which stars Johnny Depp.
Also on the list are "Asteroid City" by Wes Anderson, "May/December" by Todd Haynes, "The Zone of Interest" by Jonathan Glazer, and "The King's Speech." The movies "Monster" by Hirokazu Kore-eda and "La Chimera" by Alice Rohrwacher.
"Occupied City," a movie by Steve McQueen, will also be shown for the first time. In the shorts section, you can find Pedro Almodóvar's "Strange Way of Life," a Western that stars Pedro Pascal and Ethan Hawke. The HBO show "The Idol" by Sam Levinson will premiere, but it is not in the running for the Palme d'Or.

Cannes Film Festival 2023 Lineup

Anderson, Wenders, Kore-eda and Haynes join star-studded Cannes 2023 lineup • FRANCE 24 English

Some of the big names in arthouse cinema, like Todd Haynes, Hirokazu Koreeda, Wim Wenders, and Wes Anderson, are on the festival's schedule. This year at Cannes, new movies by Jonathan Glazer, Ken Loach, and Martin Scorsese will be shown for the first time. The festival directorshave said that this year's lineup is one of the best in recent years.
At a press conference in Paris on Thursday, general delegate Thierry Frémaux and incoming president Iris Knobloch announced the festival's schedule, which is dominated by arthouse heavyweights and returning Cannes favorites like Todd Haynes, Hirokazu Koreeda, Wim Wenders, Wes Anderson, Nanni Moretti, Aki Kaurismaki, and Nuri Bilge Ceylan.
The festival also broke its own record by putting in competition six films made by women directors, including new movies from Catherine Breillat, Alice Rohrwacher, and Jessica Hausner.
Ken Loach's The Old Oak, Alice Rohrwacher's La Chimera, and Jonathan Glazer's long-awaited return to making movies with Zone of Interest are also set to open on the Croisette. There has been more talk about the movies May December by Todd Haynes, Il Sol Dell'Avvenire by Nanni Moretti, Memory by Michel Franco, Club Zero by Jessica Hausner, Perfumed Hill by Abderrahmane Sissako, The Beast by Bertrand Bonello, Monster by Hirokazu Koreeda, Red Island by Robin Campillo, and Last Summer by Catherine Breillat. People are also talking about the start of the HBO show The Idol, which stars Lily-Rose Depp and The Weeknd.

Competition

  • “Club Zero,” Jessica Hausner
  • “Asteroid City,” Wes Anderson
  • “The Zone of Interest,” Jonathan Glazer
  • “Fallen Leaves,” Aki Kaurismaki
  • “Les Filles D’Olfa” (“Four Daughters”), Kaouther Ben Hania
  • “Anatomie D’une Chute,” Justine Triet
  • “Monster,” Kore-eda Hirokazu
  • “Il Sol Dell’Avvenire,” Nanni Moretti
  • “La Chimera,” Alice Rohrwacher
  • “About Dry Grasses,” Nuri Bilge Ceylan
  • “L’Ete Dernier,” Catherine Breillat
  • “The Passion of Dodin Bouffant,” Tran Anh Hung
  • “Rapito,” Marco Bellocchio
  • “May December,” Todd Haynes
  • “Firebrand,” Karim Ainouz
  • “The Old Oak,” Ken Loach
  • “Perfect Days,” Wim Wenders
  • “Banel Et Adama,” Ramata-Toulaye Sy
  • “Jeunesse,” Wang Bing

Un Certain Regard

  • “Los Delincuentes” (“The Deliquents”), Rodrigo Moreno
  • “How to Have Sex,” Molly Manning Walker
  • “Goodbye Julia,” Mohamed Kordofani
  • “Crowra (The Burti Flower),” João Salaviza & Renée Nader Messora
  • “Simple Comme Sylvain,” Monia Chokri
  • “Kadib Abyad” (“The Mother of All Lies”), Asmae EL Moudir
  • “Los Colonos” (“The Settlers”), Felipe Galvez
  • “Augure” (“Omen”), Baloji Tshiani
  • “The Breaking Ice,” Anthony Chen
  • “Rosalie,” Stéphanie Di Giusto
  • “The New Boy,” Warwick Thornton
  • “If Only I Could Hibernate,” Zoljargal Purevdash
  • “Hopeless,” Kim Chang-hoon
  • “Terrestrial Verses,” Ali Asfari & Alireza Khatami
  • “Rien a Perdre,” Delphine Deloget
  • “Les Meutes,” Kamal Lazraq
  • “Le Regne Animal,” Thomas Cailley

Out Of Competition

  • “Killers of the Flower Moon,” Martin Scorsese
  • “The Idol,” Sam Levinson
  • “Cobweb,” Kim Jee-woon
  • “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny,” James Mangold
  • “Jeanne du Barry,” Maiwenn

Midnight Screenings

  • “Omar la Fraise,” Elias Belkeddar
  • “Kennedy,” Anurag Kashyap
  • “Acide,” Just Philippot

Special Screenings

  • “Retratos Fantasmas,” (“Pictures of Ghosts”), Kleber Mendonca Filho
  • “Anselm,” Wim Wenders
  • “Occupied City,” Steve McQueen
  • “Man in Black,” Wang Bing

Cannes Premiere

  • “Le Temps D’Aimer,” Katell Quillevere
  • “Cerrar Los Ojos,” Victor Erice
  • “Bonnard, Pierre et Marthe,” Martin Provost
  • “Kubi,” Takeshi Kitano
  • “The Idol” HBO

Conclusion

On Thursday, the Cannes Film Festival 2023lineup has been announced for its 76th edition. It will feature new films from big-name directors like Martin Scorsese, Wes Anderson, Catherine Breillat, Wim Wenders, Koreeda Hirokazu, and Todd Haynes.
These filmmakers will show films both in and out of competition. This means that only a few of them will have a chance to win the Palme d'Or, which is the highest award at the festival. All of the directors have shown movies on the Croisette before, so they are used to being there.
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