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Cannes’ Directors Fortnight Announces 2013 Lineup

Cannes' Directors Fortnight Announces 2013 Lineup

The Directors Fortnight section of the 2013 Cannes Film Festival was announced this morning, with 21 features and 9 short films making the cut. 

As previously announced, the section — which runs May 16-26 — will open with Ari Folman’s “The Congress.” It will be joined by two films from Sundance — Jim Mickle’s cannibal thriller “We Are What We Are” and Sebastian Silva’s psychological suspenser “Magic Magic” — as well as a few notable world premieres: Clio Barnard’s follow-up to “The Arbor,” “The Selfish Giant,” and Irish filmmaker Ruairi Robinson’s sci-fi thriller “Last Days on Mars,” with Liev Schreiber and Romola Garai.

Complete list of films in the section below. Asterisks denote a first film, which is thus eligible for Cannes’ Camera d’Or award. 

Features
The Congress, dir: Ari Folman
A Strange Course Of Events, dir: Raphael Nadjari
Apres La Nuit, dir: Basil Da Cunha*
The Apaches, dir: Thierry De Peretti*
Blue Ruin, dir: Jeremy Saulnier
La Danza De La Realidad, dir: Alejandro Jodorowosky
Jodorowsky’s Dune, dir: Frank Pavich*
L’Escale, dir: Kaveh Bakhtiari*
Henri, dir: Yolande Moreau
La Fille Du 14 Juillet, dir: Antonin Peretjako*
Ilo Ilo, dir: Anthony Chen*
Last Day On Mars, dir: Ruairi Robinson*
Les Garçons Et Guillaume, A Table!, dir: Guillaume Gallienne*
The Selfish Giant, dir: Clio Barnard
Magic Magic, dir: Sebastian Silva
On The Job, dir: Erik Matti
Tip Top, dir: Serge Bozon
Ugly, dir: Anurag Kashyap
Un Voyageur, dir: Marcel Ophuls
The Summer Of The Flying Fish, dir: Marcela Said
We Are What We Are, dir: Jim Mickle

Short Films
Gambozinos, dir: João Nicolau
Lágy Eső, dir: Dénes Nagy
Le Quepa Sur La Vilni!, dir: Yann Le Quellec
Man Kann Nicht Auf Einmal Alles Tun, Aber Man Kann Auf Einmal Alles Lassen, dir: Marie-Elsa Sgualdo
O Umbra De Nor, dir: Radu Jude
Pouco Mais De Um Mês, dir: André Novais Oliveira
Que Je Tombe Tout Le Temps, dir: Eduardo Williams
Solecito, dir: Oscar Ruiz Navia
Swimmer, dir: Lynne Ramsay

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