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Cannes Reveals International Critics' Week Lineup; 'Ain't Them Bodies Saints' Makes the Cut

Photo of Nigel M Smith By Nigel M Smith | Indiewire April 22, 2013 at 10:32AM

The 52nd Cannes International Critics' Week has unveiled its full lineup. Among the 11 features screening in the sidebar is David Lowery's acclaimed Sundance drama "Ain't Them Bodies Saints," screening out of competition.
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The 52nd Cannes International Critics' Week has unveiled its full lineup. Among the 11 features screening in the sidebar is David Lowery's acclaimed Sundance drama "Ain't Them Bodies Saints," screening out of competition.

Katell Quillevere, whose debut feature "Love Like Poison" played in the 2010 Directors' Fortnight, will be back this year to open the sidebar with "Suzanne," starring Sara Forestier. Other highlights include Yann Gonzalez's sex comedy "Encounters After Midnight," Quebec filmmaker Sebastien Pilote's rural family drama "The Dismantling," and Agustin Toscano and Ezequiel Radusky's social comedy "The Owners."

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"Tabu" writer-director (and former film critic) Miguel Gomes heads the Cannes Critics's Week jury this year. The jury, comprised of four film journalists, will vote for one of the seven films playing in the competition.

The 52nd International Critics' Week runs May 16-24. Below find the full lineup.

OPENING FILM

Katell Quillevere Suzanne (France)

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

Yann Gonzalez Les Rencontres d’après minuit (France)
David Lowery Ain’t Them Bodies Saints (U.S.)

FEATURE COMPETITION

Paul Wright For Those in Peril (U.K.)
Sebastien Pilote Le Demantelement (Canada)
Agustin Toscano, Ezequiel Radusky Los Duenos (Argentina)
David Perrault Nos heros sont morts ce soir (France)
Ritesh Batra The Lunchbox (India/France/Germany)
Yuri Bykov The Major (Russia)
Fabio Grassadonia, Antonio Piazza Salvo (Italy/France)

SHORT FILM COMPETITION

Nicolas Pariser Agit Pop (France)
Han Eun-young Breathe Me (South Korea)
Daria Belova Come and Play (Germany)
Hu Wei La Lampe au beurre de yak( France/China)
Emmanuel Laborie Ocean (France)
Aly Muritiba Patio (Brazil)
Ninja Thyberg Pleasure (Sweden)
Rodd Rathjen Tau Seru (India/Australia)
David Lassiter The Opportunist (U.S.)
Magali Magistry Vikingar (France/Iceland)


This article is related to: Cannes Film Festival, Critics' Week







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