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Cannes Film Festival 2016: pre-program - release date of "Hail, Caesar!"

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Post by Nicky80 Sun 31 May 2015, 21:30

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Cannes Film Festival 2016: pre-program

Last year, during our traditional prospective paper what awaits moviegoers on the Croisette, we had wagered thirty-three feature films. Fifteen were screened at the 68th Cannes Film Festival, including ten in competition. Included in our pre-program the Palme d'Or, the Jury Prize and the future price of staging ... But already start with the unfinished films in 2015 and we therefore hope for 2016. For USA, Terrence Malick should finally present his documentary about the creation of the world, "Voyage of Time", which would be an event even if the odds Texan has faded since both films. Sean Penn could also wait for the appointment of Cannes for his new movie, "The Last Face," with Javier Bardem, Charlize Theron and Adèle Exarchopoulos. The release date of "Hail, Caesar!", The new Coen Brothers film with George Clooney, is now set to 5 February 2016, but the sirens from the Croisette may well convince the two co-chairs of the last Festival Cannes. This is a more uncertain vow: that Sofia Coppola has finished the adaptation of "Fairyland" cult novel of Alysia Abbott on the San Francisco Always 70s for North America, impossible not to evoke "Just the end of the world "Québécois Xavier Dolan, and his very French cast: Marion Cotillard, Vincent Cassel, Nathalie Baye, Gaspard Ulliel and Léa Seydoux.

After a year marked by the emergence of many new European talent, Cannes could return to the great masters. The Dardenne brothers should present "The unknown girl" breeders with Adèle Haenel in the role of a young general practitioner faced with the death of a young woman. Austrian Michael Haneke's Palme will seek a third consecutive gold with "Flashmob". The Spaniard Pedro Almodovar, to whom the Golden Palm refuses, could try his luck with "Silencio" then Emir Kusturica will end one day mounting his fresco with Monica Bellucci - it is now called "The Love and peace. " Always for Europe, you can expect the Dane Nicolas Winding Refn is offering a new round of Croisette (in midnight screening?) With his horror tale "The Neon Demon". Thomas Vinterberg will meanwhile finished editing "La Commune".

The Swede Ruben Ostlund it could be selected for the first time in competition with "The Square", it is finished in time. Further east, we will watch the progress of two Romanian projects: "NMR" Cristian Mungiu and "Ana, my love" by Calin Peter Netzer, Golden Bear at Berlin in 2013 with Mother and son. It is also hoped "Babi Yar" of the Ukrainian Sergei Loznitsa, which could be formally shock in 2016. It is also very curious about "The Beautiful Days of Aranjuez" by Wim Wenders, adaptation of the play by Peter Handke with Reda Kateb. But the most anticipated film of next year will of course "She" by Paul Verhoeven, adaptation of "Oh ..." Philippe Djian, with Isabelle Huppert and Laurent Laffite.

For Asia 2016 looks uncertain after a beautiful vintage Cannes in 2015. Among the most intriguing projects, note the new film by Singaporean Eric Khoo, "In the Room". The Chinese Wang Chao could come back on the Croisette with its French project, "Seek McCartney". As for the Japanese Kiyoshi Kurosawa, he turned also in France, "Woman of the silver plate" with Tahar Rahim and Olivier Gourmet. Producer of "The Shameless" presented in the Un Certain Regard this year, the South Korean director Park Chan-wook could return in competition with "Fingersmith", described by Variety as a sexy thriller.

Member of the jury Un Certain Regard, the Saudi director Haifaa Al-Mansour could become a regular at Cannes, with "Storm in the Stars," his first English-language film. Another possible return, that of Argentina Lucretia Martel, with "Zama", produced by El Deseo, Pedro Almodóvar's production company. Always for South America, it will watch the "Pablo Neruda" by Pablo Larrain, which turns quickly and well, and "Iguazu" Sebastian Lelio ("Gloria"). "The Sounds of Recife" allowed the Brazilian Kleber Mendonca Filho to make a name. It has two projects under the arm: "Aquarius" and "Bacurau".

Finally, let's finish this overview by France. As always, the contenders will be more and more of the approach of ad ... Our intuitions? Benoit Jacquot, often overlooked by breeders, could return in competition with "Bains Midnight" and its beautiful cast - Kiberlain, Vincent Lindon, Gérard Depardieu, it will take about André Téchiné or with the adaptation of " Ending Eddy Bellegueule "or with co-writing project with Céline Sciamma that Bertrand Bonello could create controversy with" Paris is a feast, "shock film about terrorist apprentices in Paris, and Mia Hansen-Love is "L'Avenir" of French cinema ... "Planetarium" Rebecca Zlotowski, with Natalie Portman and Lily-Rose Depp would make a beautiful red carpet, like the "Holy Love" by Benoit Delepine and Gustave Kervern with Gerard Depardieu, Benoit Poelvoorde and Michel Houellebecq.

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