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Old 04-21-04, 10:45 PM
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Cannes 04'

Here's the Cannes Lineup for this year, enjoy


The full list of competition entries and Un Certain Regard films follows.

COMPETITION

"2046," directed Wong Kar-wai

"Clean," directed Olivier Assayas

"Comme Une Image," directed Agnès Jaoui

"The Motorcycle Diaries" (Diarios de Motocicleta), directed by Walter Salles

"Die Fetten Jahre Sind Vorbei," directed by Hans Weingartner

"Exils," directed by Tony Gatlif

"Fahrenheit 9/11," directed by Michael Moore

"Innocence," directed by Oshii Mamoru

"Woman Is The Future Of Man," directed by Hong Sang-soo

"La Niña Santa," directed by Lucrecia Martel

"Le Conseguenze dell'amore," directed by Paolo Sorrentino

"Nobody Knows," directed by Hirokazu Kore-Eda

"Old Boy," directed by Park Chan-wook

"Shrek 2," directed by Andrew Adamson, Kelly Asbury, Conrad Vernon

"The Ladykillers," directed by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen

"The Life and Death of Peter Sellers," directed by Stephen Hopkins

"Tropical Malady," directed by Apichatpong Weerasethakul

"Zivot je Cudo," directed by Emir Kusturica



OUT OF COMPETITION

"La Mala Educación," directed by Pedro Almodovar [Opening Night]

"De-Lovely," directed by Irwin Winkler [Closing Night]

"10E Chambre Instants D'Audiences," directed by Raymond Depardon

"Bad Santa," directed by Terry Zwigoff

"Cinéastes A Tout Prix," directed by Frederic Sojcher

"Dawn of the Dead," directed by Zack Snyder

"Five," directed by Abbas Kiarostami

"Flying Daggers," directed by Zhang Yimou

"Kill Bill, Volume 2," directed by Quentin Tarantino

"La Porte du Soleil," directed by Yoursry Nasrallah

"Mondovino," directed by Jonathan Nossiter

"Notre Musique," directed by Jean-Luc Godard

"Salvador Allende," directed by Patricio Guzman

"Troy," directed by Wolfgang Petersen


UN CERTAIN REGARD

"Bienvenue En Suisse," directed by Léa Fazer [Opening Night]

"La Rage Au Cur," directed by Youssef Chahine [Closing Night]

"10 On Ten," directed by Abbas Kiarostami

"À Tout De Suite," directed by Benoît Jacquot

"Crónicas," directed by Sebastían Cordero

"Dear Frankie," directed by Shona Auerbach

"Hotel," directed by Jessica Hausner

"Kontroll," directed by Antal Nimrod

"Marseille," directed by Angela Shanelec

"Moolaadè," directed by Ousmane Sembène

"Nelly," directed by Laure Duthilleul

"Noite Escura," directed by Joâo Canijo

"Non Ti Muovere," directed by Sergio Castellitto

"Passages," directed by Yangchao

"Poids Léger," directed by Jean-Pierre Améris

"Schizo," directed by Gulshad Omarova

"Somersault," directed by Cate Shortland

"Sword In The Moon," directed by Kim Eui-Suk

"Terre Et Cendres," directed by Atiq Rahimi

"The Assassination Of Richard Nixon," directed by Niels Mueller

"Whisky," directed by Juan-Pablo Rebella and Pablo Stoll
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I'll be there too!

The Short I wrote/produced/edited will be at the Cannes Market in the Shorts Corner.

http://www.cannesmarket.com/sfc/

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the full list was also posted at DVDBEAVER earlier last night....
and YES there are some GREAT titles.....
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in some other news...the Italians have reported all over the net about 2 films that got US distribution deals YET here at home I have not heard a single bit of news

So, here's the GOOD NEWS -(well, at least for me since I made so much noise about those 2 films)

Marco Belloccio's Buongiorno Notte will be released in the US by Wellspring



"BELLOCCHIO SBARCA IN U.S.A.
Il film di Marco Bellocchio "Buongiorno, notte" uscirà negli Stati Uniti. Il distributore internazionale del film Celluloid Dreams, ha venduto i dirirtti di distribuzione sul territorio americano alla Wellspring. Il lavoro di Bellocchio che racconta il sequestro e la prigionia di Aldo Moro è stato acquistato anche in Brasiledalla Estacao Cinema e Cultura. Arrivano così a 12 i paesi che hanno comprato i diritti del film tra i quali francia, Benelux, Spagna, Israele, Giappone e Messico "E' la conferma che quando un film è di grande qualità riesce ad essere apprezzato ovunque" commenta Giancarlo Leone, amministratore delegato di Rai Cinema.
fonte: NAZIONE-RESTO DEL CARLINO-GIORNO - 5 MARZO 2004
[05/03/2004]"

and the BAD NEWS!!



Miramax gets the rights for this recent Italian film that was put on a 3 DVD set. Now...how many of you here are ready to bet with me that we will see the big BAD Weinstein AXE waving around.....

Here's the official news:

"Uscirà in agosto negli Stati Uniti "La Meglio Gioventù", opportunamente divisa in due parti per il grande schermo.
"L'ho visto e me ne sono innamorato" dichiara Harvey Weinstein, presidente della Miramax, "devo dire grazie al mio amico Giancarlo Leone che sta facendo un egregio lavoro con Rai Cinema, sta rilanciando le sorti cinematografiche della Rai ed allo stesso tempo quelle del cinema italiano. Credo che il film meriti di essere visto negli Stati Uniti. Giordana è un regista di valore e non è l'unico in Italia. Mi piace Muccino e con lui un'intera generazione di talenti. Per altro la Rai distribuirà in Italia il mio nuovo prodotto The Aviator con Leonardo di Caprio".


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Good to see 2046 on the list as I remember it was supposed to be out at Cannes last year, been wanting to see this film.
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La Meglio Gioventù is my favourite movie of the year thus far...

I saw it last month here in Holland in two parts.

Too bad the Italian dvd doesn't have English subs, but luckily i already have it on tape, because a tv-channel here (Canal+) showed it in 4 parts!

I wonder how Miramax is gonna cut a 400 min. movie... That said, i really hope it wins Best Foreign Language Film at the Oscars next year, if it's eligible!

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Originally posted by Giorgio

I wonder how Miramax is gonna cut a 400 min. movie... That said, i really hope it wins Best Foreign Language Film at the Oscars next year, if it's eligible!

George
I am absolutely disapointed by this news....no doubt at all. Can you imagine Miramxe putting a 3DVD set of an Italian film with English subs (in is original form..400min).

Unbelievable.

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Marco Belloccio's Buongiorno Notte will be released in the US by Wellspring
Actually i am pretty sure i posted this earlier at dvdtalk, well, anyways while we are on the subject of distribution, Pro-b you'll be happy to hear that RICORDATI DI ME finally has a U.S distributer.

Good to see 2046 on the list as I remember it was supposed to be out at Cannes last year, been wanting to see this film.
Yes, i can't wait for this one either and looking at the rest of the list CANNES programmers better hope that this one is a classic.
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Originally posted by french fan
Pro-b you'll be happy to hear that RICORDATI DI ME finally has a U.S distributer.

hmmm....I must have missed your post about the Wellspring acquisition. Sorry.


As to Ricordati Di Me.....I just can't even BEGIN to imagine that the R1 release will be anywhere close to the SUPERB Italian 2dvd package.





I am quite happy with my Italian set, thank you very much.
Good thing for those that are not region free though...hopefully they will enjoy this film as much as I did!!

(They should also bring to the "regular" R1 folk La Finestra Di Fronte...top pick of mine as well, CASOMAI, and even Santa Maradona).

I am going Italian either way though....so it does not matter to me.


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Hmmm, CANNES is pretty tasty this year - does anyone know how to get Tickets and what the price per person is?

And: why is Almodovar's film not in the competition? Did it run elsewhere already? What's the criteria? I am VERY excited about Wong Kar Wai, who just is one of the greatest of all time!

Enjoy, and see you at the Croisette,

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Originally posted by Fandango
Good to see 2046 on the list as I remember it was supposed to be out at Cannes last year, been wanting to see this film.

Me too...

I am also curious about several others such as Innocence and Clean...

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why is Almodovar's film not in the competition? Did it run elsewhere already?
A film is not selected to be "in competition" if anyone associated with the film is part of the Jury, for example, Kill Bill Vol.2 is not selected because Tarantino is the President of the Jury, same thing happened last year when Patrice Chereau was the President so Michael Haneke's "le temps du loup" was shown outside the main competition. Although this doesn't apply to "a mala education," basically Almodovar agreed to have his film open the festival since his previous films have been in competition, frankly Cannes needs a good opening night film after the disasterous "fanfan la tulipe" last year.
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Here's the official line-up:

Le Festival de Cannes ouvrira ses portes le 12 mai mais CANAL+ vous propose dès à présent les informations pour vous faire partager l’événement cinématographique annuel incontournable du 7ème Art. Restez connectés pour connaître les dernières actualités éditées par notre rédaction.
Préparez vos robes de soirées et smoking et laissez vous charmer par les premiers échos du spectacle !



LE JURY DES LONGS METRAGES



QUENTIN TARANTINO(Réalisateur - Etats-Unis)
EMMANUELLE BEART (Actrice - France)
EDWIDGE DANTICAT (Ecrivain - Etats-Unis)
TILDA SWINTON (Actrice - Royaume-Uni)
KATHLEEN TURNER (Actrice - Etats-Unis)
BENOÎT POELVOORDE (Acteur, scénariste - Belgique)
JERRY SCHATZBERG (Réalisateur - Etats-Unis)
TSUI HARK (Réalisateur - Hong-Kong)
PETER VON BAGH (Critique - Finlande)



QUENTIN TARANTINO
Cette année, le réalisateur américain obtient une nouvelle consécration lors de cette manifestation en acceptant le rôle de président du 57ème Festival de Cannes. Découvert à la quinzaine des réalisateurs avec RESERVOIR DOGS, il obtient la Palme d’Or dès son 2ème film PULP FICTION en 1994 et l’Oscar du meilleur scénario. Le public et les critiques le plébiscitent ensuite pour JACKIE BROWN et KILL BILL VOL1 et élèvent Quentin Tarantino au statut de
réalisateur « culte ».


LAURA MORANTE
Après Monica Bellucci, une actrice italienne revient dans l’habit de maîtresse de cérémonie pour célébrer le Cinéma. Comédienne internationale, elle a collaboré à la réussite de LA CHAMBRE DU FILS de Nanni Moretti pour l’obtention de la Palme d’Or en 2001. Dernièrement, sous la direction de John Malkovich dans DANCE UPSTAIRS elle a retrouvé ses réflexes de danseuse, sa première formation.


PEDRO ALMODOVAR
Habitué de la Croisette avec un prix de la mise en scène pour TOUT SUR MA MERE , le réalisateur ibérique revient monter les marches lors de l’ouverture du festival pour dévoiler son dernier film LA MAUVAISE EDUCATION .

JEAN-LUC GODARD
Son nouveau film NOTRE MUSIQUE fera parti des films officiels présentés Hors Compétition après un dernier passage qui remonte à 2001
avec ELOGE A L’AMOUR. En plus d’une surprise, Gilles Jacob lui dédie son documentaire EPREUVES D’ARTISTES où des cinéastes qui se sont illustrés à Cannes dévoilent quelques secrets sur leur mise en scène.


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Yes, i can't wait for this one either and looking at the rest of the list CANNES programmers better hope that this one is a classic.
So, um, what's wrong the rest of the list? I'd drop Innocence, The Ladykillers and Shrek 2 but other than that it looks pretty damn good.
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Pro-bassoonist - could you please keep the non-Cannes related stories to another thread?

All I can say is this: watch out for NOBODY KNOWS and TROPICAL MALADY. Though I may be a bit biased since I am friends wih people in Jo Weerasethakul's camp, but TROPICAL MALADY is supposed to be excellent. The programmers who have seen NOBODY KNOWS told me one word: masterpiece. The best Kore-Eda film by far.

Clean, of course, stars Maggie Cheung in a film directed by her ex-husband Olivier Assayas.

And don't dismiss Mamoru Oshii's "Innocence". the sequel to Ghost in the Shell. Reviews from Japan have been utterly ecstatic.

Lastly, if you found some of the inclusions shocking, you should hear what films was actually not accepted!

Films that were declined screenings:

Vera Drake (Mike Leigh)
A Doll's House ( Liv Ullman)
Lower Class Life (Im Kwon-Taek)
Coffee Time (Hou Hsiao-Hsien)
My Mother (Christopher Honore) - starring Isabelle Huppert

Just think: "The Ladykillers" and "Shrek 2" were selected over the above.
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Lastly, if you found some of the inclusions shocking, you should hear what films was actually not accepted!

Films that were declined screenings:

Vera Drake (Mike Leigh)
A Doll's House ( Liv Ullman)
Lower Class Life (Im Kwon-Taek)
Coffee Time (Hou Hsiao-Hsien)
My Mother (Christopher Honore) - starring Isabelle Huppert

Just think: "The Ladykillers" and "Shrek 2" were selected over the above.

What is your source Grimfarrow? but i am sure you are right. Hou Hsiao-Hsien's Ozu tribute Coffee Time was a lock for months leading up to the festival and almost all of his previous films have screen here so it was a shock to me to not include him at all along with the fact that they couldn't get Claire Denis' and Eric Rohmer's next efforts in time, but it seems like i am the only one not totally impressed with the lineup.
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I don't understand what's wrong with excluding Mike Leigh or Hou Hsiao-Hsien: a festival has a number of films to be presented into competition and they have to mix well-known masters and young directors - as for Shrek, well, the first film is much better than any Hou - Hisiao-Hisien film.
Lucrecia Martel will be a surprise, all the guys who have seen "la cienaga" can understand what I mean.
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Well, Hou seemed to have every intention to go to Cannes when I briefly met him 2 weeks ago. So it is very possible that they nixed him, though of course perhaps a last-minute problem may have cancelled it...though I very much doubt that, considering that he took the time to re-edit the film from "Cafe Lumiere" to "Coffee Time".

And as for that comment about Shrek being better than any Hou films.........I have nothing to say to you, frankly.

Eric Rohmer just finished "Triple Agent" not that long ago (a OK film, nothing spectacular). As for Claire Denis, she was snubbed before by Cannes. Her "Vendredi Soir" was rejected, so instead she showed it at Venice. Another snub by her countrymen isn't unexpected.

I wasn't that impressed by "La Cienaga", though as a debut film it is promising. "La Nina Sata" has been locked in competition for a while.

Where do I get my info? From fellow festival programmers.
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And don't dismiss Mamoru Oshii's "Innocence". the sequel to Ghost in the Shell. Reviews from Japan have been utterly ecstatic.
Yes, i've heard and read as much also......the trailers for both this and Appleseed have a dramatic visual impact.
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Nice to see South Korea well-represented. It's shocking, the films that country produces that don't get US distribution.
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And as for that comment about Shrek being better than any Hou films.........I have nothing to say to you, frankly.
well, i might have a few things to say but i might get in trouble if i did.

I won't be surprised if Venice lineup again is stronger than Cannes, just like last year.

........by the way anyone who thinks highly of this year's films check out IN COMPETITION films from 2002.



2002 Cannes Film Festival Competition Lineup



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The Competition Lineup for the 2002 Cannes Film Festival:
"Ten," directed by Abbas Kiarostami

"24 Hour Party People ," directed by Michael Winterbottom

"All Or Nothing ," directed by Mike Leigh

"About Schmidt," directed by Alexander Payne

"Bowling for Columbine," directed by Michael Moore

"Demonlover," directed by Olivier Assayas

"Intervention Divine," directed by Elia Suleiman

"Irréversible," directed by Gaspard Noé

"Kedma," directed by Amos Gitaï

"L'Adversaire," directed by Nicole Garcia

"Le Fils," directed by Jean-Luc and Pierre Dardenne

"Marie-Jo Et Ses 2 Amours ," directed by Robert Guédiguian

"Punch-Drunk Love ," directed by Paul Thomas Anderson

"Spider," directed by David Cronenberg

"Chihwaseon," directed by Im Kwon-taek

"Sweet Sixteen ," directed by Ken Loach

"L' Ora di Religione (Il Sorriso di Mia Madre)," directed by Marco Bellocchio

"Mies Vailla Menneisyyttä," directed by Aki Kaurismäki

"The Pianist ," directed by Roman Polanski

"Russian Ark ," directed by Alexander Sokurov

"O Princapio Da Incerteza," directed by Manoel De Oliveira

"Unknown Pleasures ," directed by Jia ZhangKe
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Try 2000 if you truly want a vintage year. Not a single film in 2002 even ranks next to:

Eureka
Yi Yi
Songs from the Second Floor
In the Mood for Love
Code Unknown

Plus, no film in 2000 was even close to being as bad as Manoel de Oliveira's very wrongheaded "The Uncertainty Principle"
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I find this a rather populist statement....I find it hard to believe that you think that these films are not worthy of being grouped with the 2000 titles you mention:


Le Fils," directed by Jean-Luc and Pierre Dardenne
"Russian Ark ," directed by Alexander Sokurov
"The Pianist ," directed by Roman Polanski
"L' Ora di Religione (Il Sorriso di Mia Madre)," directed by Marco Bellocchio
"Chihwaseon," directed by Im Kwon-taek

They are just as good if not better than some of the titles you've indicated. I would also point out Irreversible....one of my top picks...but that will probably stir up the morality dogs around here (as it did in the past in the review section)

Anyhow...you are entitled to your opinion.

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Actually, I made a small mistake. One film in 2002 DID indeed rank with the films I listed. Abbas Kiarostami's brilliant "Ten".

But it is my opinion that Cannes has steadily been going downhill since 2000. Here's a list of all the films I've seen and their rankings, in order:

2000

Eureka *****
In the Mood for Love *****
Songs from the Second Floor ****1/2
Code Unknown ****
Yi Yi ****
Les Destinees Sentimentale ***1/2
Dancer in the Dark ***1/2
Gohatto ***1/2
O Brother, Where Art Thou? ***1/2
Blackboards ***
Harry, He's Here to Help ***
Faithless **
Chunhyang *1/2

Missed: Devil on the Doorstep

2001

In Praise of Love *****
Distance ****1/2
The Piano Teacher ****1/2
What Time is it There? ****
Mulholland Drive ****
No Man's Land ****
Warm Water Under a Red Bridge ***1/2
The Profession of Arms ***1/2
I'm Going Home ***
Kandahar ***
Millennium Mambo ***
Va Savoir! ***
The Man Who Wasn't There ***
Shrek ***
The Son's Room ***
La Repetition *1/2
Moulin Rouge! *1/2

Missed: Telets

2002

Ten ****1/2
Divine Intervention ****
Irreversible ****
Punch-Drunk Love ****
The Son ****
Russian Ark ***1/2
Spider ***1/2
My Mother's Smile ***1/2
The Pianist ***1/2
Sweet Sixteen ***1/2
Bowling for Columbine ***1/2
Unknown Pleasures ***
About Schmidt ***
The Uncertainty Principle *

Missed: Demonlover

2003

Bright Future ****
Shara ****
Mystic River ****
Distant ***1/2
Ce Jour-La ***1/2
Tiresia ***1/2
At Five in the Afternoon ***1/2
Elephant ***
The Barbarian Invasions ***
Father and Son ***
Swimming Pool **1/2
The Tulse Luper Suitcases: The Moab Story *1/2

Missed: Dogville, The Brown Bunny

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Grimfarrow, i think that you just feel a bit strongly about some of the films on top you mentioned from 2000 but if you look at your own scale, it's no question that 2002 was the deepest. Either way, this year's lineup doesn't compare at all.

It's good that you mentioned Tropical Malady, really looking to this after the sublime "Sud Saneha" (Blisfully yours).
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Kandahar ***
I have an outmost respect for you and the films that you watch, but I do think you are a little hard here on Kandahar... Anyway, it is always a pleasure on hearing your thoughts from the other side of the Pacific.

Kandahar (9/10)

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