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The 2014 Cannes Film Festival Reveals Its Festival Lineup

The 2014 Cannes Film Festival Reveals Its Festival Lineup

This morning in Paris, the official competition lineup for the 67th Cannes Film Festival was announced.

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Jean-Luc Godard, the Dardenne brothers, Atom Egoyan, David Cronenberg, Ken Loach, Mike Leigh, Michel Hazanavicius, Tommy Lee Jones and Xavier Dolan are among the directors with films in this year’s Cannes competition of 18 features. 

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Over in the Un Certain Regard section, highlights include Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut "Lost River" (previously titled "How to Catch a Monster"), Matthieu Amalric’s "The Blue Room," Wim Wenders’ and Juliano Ribeiro Salgado’s "The Salt of the Earth," and Ned Benson’s two-part "Eleanor Rigby" (previously titled "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Him and Her"), starring Jessica Chastain.

Zhang Yimou’s latest, "Coming Home," starring Gong Li, is playing out of competition.

As previously announced, Olivier Dahan’s "Grace of Monaco," starring Nicole Kidman, will open the event.

The 49 films selected include five first-time directors, and 15 female directors.

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The Cannes Film Festival runs May 14-May 25, with the closing ceremony and awards handed out May 24.

2014 CANNES FILM FESTIVAL LINEUP (Click on film title for more info)


"Goodbye to Language" (Jean-Luc Godard)

"The Captive" (Atom Egoyan)

"Clouds of Sils Maria" (Olivier Assayas)

"Foxcatcher" (Bennett Miller)

"The Homesman" (Tommy Lee Jones)

"Jimmy’s Hall" (Ken Loach)

"La Meraviglie [The Wonders]" (Alice Rohrwacher)

"Leviathan" (Andrei Zvyaginstev)

"Maps to the Stars" (David Cronenberg)

"Mommy" (Xavier Dolan)

"Mr. Turner" (Mike Leigh)

"Saint Laurent" (Bertrand Bonello)

"The Search" (Michel Hazanavicius)

"Still the Water" (Naomi Kawase)

"Timbuktu" (Abderrahmane Sissako)

"Two Days, One Night" (Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne)

"Wild Tales" (Damian Szifron)

"Winter Sleep" (Nuri Bilge Ceylan)


"Coming Home [Gui Lai]" (Zhang Yimou)

"How to Train Your Dragon 2" (Dean DeBlois)

"Les Gens du Monde" (Yves Jeuland)


"Grace of Monaco" (Olivier Dahan)


OPENER: "Party Girl" (Marie Amachoukeli-Barsacq, Claire Burger, Samuel Theis)

"Amour fou" (Jessica Hausner)

"Bird People" (Pascale Ferran)

"The Blue Room" (Mathieu Amalric)

"Charlie’s Country" (Rolf de Heer)

"Dohee-ya [A Girl at My Door]" (July Jung)

"Eleanor Rigby" (Ned Benson)

"Fantasia" (Wang Chao)

"Harcheck mi headro [That Lovely Girl]" (Keren Yedaya)

"Hermosa juventud [Beautiful Youth]" (Jaime Rosales)

"Incompresa [Misunderstood]" (Asia Argento)

"Jauja" (Lisandro Alonso)

"Lost River" (Ryan Gosling)

"Run" (Philippe Lacote)

"The Salt of the Earth" (Wim Wenders and Juliano Ribeiro Salgado)

"Snow in Paradise" (Andrew Hulme)

"Titli" (Kanu Behl)

"Tourist [Force Majeure]" (Ruben Ostlund)

"Xenia" (Panos Koutras)


"The Rover" (David Michod)

"The Salvation" (Kristian Levring)

"The Target" (Yoon Hong-seung)


"The Bridges of Sarajevo" (various directors)

"Eau argentee" (Mohammed Ossama)

"Maidan" (Sergei Loznitsa)

"Red Army" (Gabe Polsky)

"Caricaturistes – Fantassins de la democratie [Cartoonists – Foot Soldiers of Democracy]" (Stephanie Valloatto)

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Retards and Movie Stars, what a surprise Anyone who saw last years films knows that entertaining is not something this festival values


SARAH re: Eleanor Rigby. I believe the screening at TIFF was considered a work-in-progress screening. Thats why I think its in competition at Cannes.


Wait! the Cannes rules have changed? Eleanor Rigby premiered at last year's TIFF, it can't be shown at Cannes not even out of competition as far as I know!


Typo: RED ARMY is directed by Gabe Polsky (THE MOTEL LIFE), not Polsky Gabe.


Yay The Rover is in the official selection, i can't wait for that movie. The master Cronenberg is in competition who had doubted that ?!?


Yeah! Clouds of Sils Maria and Saint Laurent are in competition, great!!


Blue is the Warmest Color is my all-time favorite movie and I never would've expected it before to win the Palme d'Or. I'm hoping for surprising gems for this lineup.

Somehow I wished Nymphomaniac was shown at the Cannes since I'm always looking forward to Von Trier's press interviews. Anyway, "How to Catch a Monster" is way better than "Lost River". Lost River just sounds so generic and meh.

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