2018 Cannes Film Festival Selection

2018 Cannes Film Festival Selection


2018 Cannes Film Festival Selection – Panahi, Pawlikowski, Wenders

April 12, 2018
Source: Cannes

2018 Cannes Film Festival Selection

Every year, cinephiles arise adult early to watch a proclamation from France of a films personification during a Cannes Film Festival. For a 71st Cannes Film Festival holding place this May, they’ve thrown a bit of a curveball with an wholly astonishing preference of films personification this year. The preference includes new films from Jafar Panahi (Three Faces), Pawel Pawlikowski (Cold War), Alice Rohrwacher (Lazzaro Felice), Matteo Garrone (Dogman), Spike Lee (BlacKkKlansman), David Robert Mitchell (Under a Silver Lake), along with Jean-Luc Godard, Hirokazu Kore-eda, Jia Zhang-Ke, and Wim Wenders’ Pope documentary. And afterwards there’s a Star Wars movie, of course, that kind of creates this a really churned bag. But there’s no Suspiria, or Terry Gilliam, or Lars von Trier? And all the Netflix films are gone. It’s a shame, this seems like a really light preference so far. Possibly with a few additional additions entrance final minute. See a full list below.

Here’s a finish preference of 2018 films directly from Cannes, including a executive for easy reference.


At War – dir. Stéphane Brizé
Dogman – dir. Matteo Garrone
Le Livre d’Image – dir. Jean-Luc Godard
Asako we II – dir. Ryusuke Hamaguchi
Sorry Angel – dir. Christophe Honoré
Girls of a Sun – dir. Eva Husson
Ash Is Purest White – dir. Jia Zhang-Ke
Shoplifters – dir. Hirokazu Kore-eda
Capernaum – dir. Nadine Labaki
Burning – dir. Lee Chang-Dong
BlacKkKlansman – dir. Spike Lee
Under a Silver Lake – dir. David Robert Mitchell
Three Faces – dir. Jafar Panahi
Cold War – dir. Pawel Pawlikowski
Lazzaro Felice – dir. Alice Rohrwacher
Yomeddine – dir. AB Shawky
Leto (L’Été) – dir. Kirill Serebrennikov


Everybody Knows – dir. Asghar Farhadi


Solo: A Star Wars Story – dir. Ron Howard
Le Grand Bain – dir. Gilles Lellouche
Little Tickles – dir. Andréa Bescond Eric Métayer
Long Day’s Journey Into Night – dir. Bi Gan


Angel Face – dir. Vanessa Filho
Border – dir. Ali Abbasi
El Angel – dir. Luis Ortega
Euphoria – dir. Valeria Golino
Friend – dir. Wanuri Kahiu
The Gentle Indifference of a World – dir. Adilkhan Yerzhanov
Girl – dir. Lukas Dhont
The Harvesters – dir. Etienne Kallos
In My Room – dir. Ulrich Köhler
Little Tickles – dir. Andréa Bescond Eric Métayer
My Favorite Fabric – dir. Gaya Jiji
On Your Knees, Guys (Sextape) – dir. Antoine Desrosières
Sofia – dir. Meyem Benm’Barek


Arctic – dir. Joe Penna
The Spy Gone North – dir. Yoon Jong-Bing


10 Years in Thailand – dirs. Aditya Assarat, Wisit Sasanatieng, Chulayarnon Sriphol, Apichatpong Weerasethakul
The State Against Mandela and a Others – dirs. Nicolas Champeaux Gilles Porte
O Grande Circo Mistico – dir. Carlo Diegues
Dead Souls – dir. Wang Bing
To a Four Winds – dir. Michel Toesca
La Traversée – dir. Romain Goupil
Pope Francis: A Man of His Word – dir. Wim Wenders

So that’s a choice for Cannes 2018, with expected some-more to be combined in a subsequent few weeks before a fest begins. This is a really cool, really curious, really peculiar preference from Cannes this year. Combined with all of a order changes and updates for press, that have been argumentative to contend a least, Cannes is removing a bit musty and will be entering a really singular year. Along with Netflix pulling their films final minute, that is a bit hapless (I would’ve desired to see them during a festival), they seem to be perplexing to make a some-more stronger pull with opposite films as well. Who knows, we’ll find out what it all means in a few weeks. As always – I’m vehement to get behind onto a Croisette and start examination films in hopes that we’re all blown divided by some of these films in a line-up. The 2018 Cannes Film Festival runs from May 8thMay 19th in Cannes, France.

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