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Cannes '09: Tracking The Competition

Photo of Peter Knegt By Peter Knegt | Indiewire May 18, 2009 at 5:51AM

Marking the opening of Cannes, indieWIRE has expanded its recently launched Calendar section to include all of the films screening in competition at the fest. This new section (explained more fully in our Summer Movie Guide), gives each film its own page, complete with information about the film, links to all of indieWIRE's coverage, as well as to other publications' coverage, and a trailer (if there so be one). Over the course of Cannes, we will update each page whenever new information becomes available, giving easy access to a specific film's coverage.
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Marking the opening of Cannes, indieWIRE has expanded its recently launched Calendar section to include all of the films screening in competition at the fest. This new section (explained more fully in our Summer Movie Guide), gives each film its own page, complete with information about the film, links to all of indieWIRE's coverage, as well as to other publications' coverage, and a trailer (if there so be one). Over the course of Cannes, we will update each page whenever new information becomes available, giving easy access to a specific film's coverage.

Below are links to the pages of all 20 films in competition. All films that have screened have been updated to include roundups of reviews:

Abrazos Rotos, directed by Pedro Almodovar
Antichrist, directed by Lars Von Trier
Bright Star, directed by Jane Campion
Enter The Void, directed by Gasper Noe
Face, directed by Tsai Ming-liang
Fish Tank, directed by Andrea Arnold
Kinatay, directed by Brillante Mendoza
Les Herbes folles, directed by Alain Resnais
In The Beginning, directed by Xavier Giannoli
Inglorious Basterds, directed by Quentin Tarantino
Looking For Eric, directed by Ken Loach
Map of the Sounds of Tokyo, directed by Isabel Coixet
A Prophet, directed by Jacques Audiard
Spring Fever, directed by Lou Ye
Taking Woodstock, directed by Ang Lee
The Time That Remains, directed by Elia Suleiman
Thirst, directed by Park Chan Wook
Vengeance, directed by Johnny To
Vincere, directed by Marco Bellocchio
The White Ribbon, directed by Michael Haneke

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