Cannes unveiled his 2020 lineup

Cannes 2020 is not cancelled. It won’t have a a physical presence, no prices will be awarded but the films nominated will be able to use the brand name of Cannes for marketing purposes and will be able to participate at other festivals around the world, like: Toronto, Deauville, San Sebastian, Pusan, Morelia, Angoulême, New York, Rome, Rio, Tokyo, Mumbai, Mar del Plata and Sundance.

The list includes very big names like: Wes Anderson, Francois Ozon, Steve McQueen, Thomas Vinterberg, Maïwenn or Im Sang-Soo.

Last year, Parasite won the Golden Palm before winning the Oscar for Best Picture. Spike Lee was supposed to be the President of the jury this year and was asked to comeback next year.

Cannes 2020 Lineup

Wes Anderson — The French Dispatch

Pete Docter — Soul

Francois Ozon — Summer Of 85

Naomi Kawase — True Mothers

Steve McQueen — Lover’s Rock

Steve McQueen — Mangrove

Thomas Vinterberg — Another Round

Maïwenn – ADN

Viggo Mortensen— Falling

Francis Lee – Ammonite

Magnus von Horn — Sweat

Pascal Plante — Nadia, Butterfly

Jonathan Nossiter — Last Words

Im Sang-Soo — Heaven: To The Land of Happiness

Fernando Trueba — Forgotten We’ll Be

Yeon Sang-Ho — Peninsula

Sharunas Bartas — In the Dusk

Lucas Belvaux — Home Front

Koji Fukada — The Real Thing

Marie Castille Mention-Schaar — A Good Man

Danielle Arbid — Passion Simple

Emmanuel Mouret — Les Choses Qu’on Dit, Les Choses Qu’on Fait

Ayten Amin — Souad

Ben Sharrock — Limbo

Farid Bentoumi — Red Soil

Ludovic and Zoran Boukherma — Teddy

Kamen Kalev — February

Elie Wajeman — Un Medecin du Nuit

Oskar Roehler — Enfant Terrible

Nir Bergman — Here We Are

Ninja Thyberg — Pleasure

Charlène Favier — Slalom

Joao Paulo Miranda Maria — Memory House

Jimmy Keyrouz — Broken Keys

Samir Guesmi — Ibrahim

Déa Kulumbegashvili — Beginning

Fanny Liatard, Jérémy Trouilh — Gagarine

Suzanne Lindon — 16 Printemps

Peter Dourountzis — Vaurien

Nicolas Maury — Garcon Chiffon

Nora Martirosyan — Should the Wind Fall

Pascual Sisto —John and the Hole

Wei Shujun — Striding Into The Wind

Dani Rosenberg —The Death of Cinema and My Father Too

Dieudo Hamadi— The Billion Road

Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw — The Truffle Hunters

Xavier de Lauzanne —9 Jours a Raqqa

Ann Hui, Johnnie To, Tsui Hark, Sammo Hung, Yuen Woo-Ping and Patrick Tam — Septet: The Story of Hong Kong

Caroline Vignal — Antoinette Dans Les Cévenènnes

Bruno Podalydès — Les Deux Alfred

Emmanuel Courcol — The Big Hit

Laurent Lafitte — L’Origine du Monde

Laurent Lafitte — Le Discours

Goro Miyazaki — Earwig and the Witch

Jonas Poher Rasmussen — Flee

Aurel — Josep

Stanley Berenboom

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