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The Cannes 2013 Criticwire Cheat Sheet

The Cannes 2013 Criticwire Cheat Sheet

Critics and audiences are now gathering in France for one of the world’s most notable film festivals. (For a list of people to follow during the proceedings, look here.) We’ll keep you updated on the popular films and critical favorites as Cannes progresses, but for anyone interested in seeing how things slowly develop, below is a list of pages for feature films playing in and out of competition. For your convenience, we’ve also included films from the Directors’ Fortnight section (a part of the festival that last year gave us “No” and “Room 237“).

The Films of the 2013 Cannes Film Festival:

Ain’t Misbehavin,” directed by Marcel Ophuls
All is Lost,” directed by J.C. Chandor
As I Lay Dying,” directed by James Franco
Ate ver la luz,” directed by Basil da Cunha
Bastards,” directed by Claire Denis
Behind the Candelabra,” directed by Steven Soderbergh
Bends,” directed by Flora Lau
Bite the Dust,” directed by Taisia Igumentseva
Blind Detective,” directed by Johnnie To
The Bling Ring,” directed by Sofia Coppola
Blood Ties,” directed by Guillaume Canet
Blue is the Warmest Colour,” directed by Abdellatif Kechiche
Blue Ruin,” directed by Jeremy Saulnier
Bombay Talkies,” directed by Zoya Akhtar, Dibakar Banerjee, Karan Johar and Anurag Kashyap
Borgman,” directed by Alex van Warmerdam
A Castle in Italy,” directed by Valeria Bruni Tedeschi
The Congress,” directed by Ari Folman
The Dance of Reality,” directed by Alejandro Jodorowsky
Death March,” directed by Adolfo Alix, Jr.
La Fille du 14 juillet,” directed by Antonin Peretjatko
Fruitvale Station,” directed by Ryan Coogler
Grand Central,” directed by Rebecca Zlotowski
The Great Beauty,” directed by Paolo Sorrentino
The Great Gatsby,” directed by Baz Luhrmann
Grisgris,” directed by Mahamat-Saleh Haroun
Heli,” directed by Amat Escalante
Henri,” directed by Yolande Moreau
Homeland,” directed by Mohamed Hamidi
Ilo ilo,” directed by Anthony Chen
The Immigrant,” directed by James Gray
Inside Llewyn Davis,” directed by Ethan & Joel Coen
La jaula de oro,” directed by Diego Quemada-Diez
Jimmy P. (Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian),” directed by Arnaud Desplechin
Jodorowsky’s Dune,” directed by Frank Pavich
The Last Days on Mars,” directed by Ruairi Robinson
The Last of the Unjust,” directed by Claude Lanzmann
Les Apaches,” directed by Thierry de Peretti
L’escale,” directed by Kaveh Bakhtiari
Like Father, Like Son,” directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda
Magic Magic,” directed by Sebastian Silva
Manuscripts Don’t Burn,” directed by Mohammad Rasoulof
Max Rose,” directed by Daniel Noah 
Me, Myself and Mum,” directed by Guillaume Gallienne
Michael Kohlhaas,” directed by Arnaud des Pallieres
Miele,” directed by Valeria Golino
The Missing Picture,” directed by Rithy Panh
Monsoon Shootout,” directed by Amit Kumar
Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight,” directed by Stephen Frears
My Sweet Pepper Land,” directed by Hiner Saleem
Nebraska,” directed by Alexander Payne
Norte, the End of History,” directed by Lav Diaz
Nothing Bad Can Happen,” directed by Katrin Gebbe
Omar,” directed by Hany Abu-Assad
On the Job,” directed by Erik Matti
Only God Forgives,” directed by Nicolas Winding Refn
Only Lovers Left Alive,” directed by Jim Jarmusch
The Past,” directed by Asghar Farhadi
Sarah Prefers to Run,” directed by Chloe Robichaud
Seduced and Abandoned,” directed by James Toback
The Selfish Giant,” directed by Clio Barnard
Shield of Straw,” directed by Takashi Miike
Stop the Pounding Heart,” directed by Roberto Minervini
A Strange Course of Events,” directed by Raphael Nadjari
Stranger by the Lake,” directed by Alain Guiraudie
The Summer of Flying Fish,” directed by Marcela Said
Tip Top,” directed by Serge Bozon
A Touch of Sin,” directed by Jia Zhangke
Ugly,” directed by Anurag Kashyap
Venus in Fur,” directed by Roman Polanski
Wakolda,” directed by Lucia Puenzo
We Are What We Are,” directed by Jim Mickle
Weekend of a Champion,” directed by Frank Simon
Young & Beautiful,” directed by Francois Ozon
Zulu,” directed by Jerome Salle

Click through to the next page to see the films grouped by their current letter grade average.

Below is a grouping of how certain films playing at Cannes are faring across the Criticwire network. Each title appears under the grade average it currently holds. (Note: only films with 4 or more grades appear on this list.)

(Updated: Thursday, May 23 – 12:30 PM)

A
Inside Llewyn Davis,” directed by Ethan & Joel Coen

A-
Behind the Candelabra,” directed by Steven Soderbergh
The Congress,” directed by Ari Folman
Fruitvale Station,” directed by Ryan Coogler
The Past,” directed by Asghar Farhadi

B+
The Dance of Reality,” directed by Alejandro Jodorowsky
Like Father, Like Son,” directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda
A Touch of Sin,” directed by Jia Zhangke

B
Bastards,” directed by Claire Denis
Borgman,” directed by Alex van Warmerdam
Jimmy P. (Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian),” directed by Arnaud Desplechin
Only God Forgives,” directed by Nicolas Winding Refn
We Are What We Are,” directed by Jim Mickle
Young & Beautiful,” directed by Francois Ozon

B-
The Bling Ring,” directed by Sofia Coppola
Heli,” directed by Amat Escalante
Magic Magic,” directed by Sebastian Silva

C+
The Great Gatsby,” directed by Baz Luhrmann
Shield of Straw,” directed by Takashi Miike

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