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May 9, 2013 1:32 PM
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Here's The Screening Schedule For The 2013 Cannes Competition Lineup

The 2013 Cannes Film Festival has announced its screening schedule, a week ahead of the festival's kick-off next Wednesday night.

Below is the competition schedule, with all screenings taking place at the Grand Theater Lumiere. You can download the entire schedule (including out of competition screenings and the Un Certain Regard program) here.

Wednesday, May 15:
The Great Gatsby (Baz Luhrmann) -- 19:15, 20:00, 23:30

Thursday, May 16:
Young & Beautiful (Francois Ozon) -- 8:30, 14:30, 19:30
Heli (Amat Escalante) -- 11:00, 22:00

Friday, May 17:
The Past (Asghar Farhadi) -- 8:30. 15:00, 19:00
A Touch of Sin (Jia Zhangke) -- 12:00, 22:30

Saturday, May 18:
Jimmy P. (Arnaud Desplechin) -- 8:30, 15:30, 19:00
Like Father, Like Son (Kore-Eda Hirokazu) -- 11:30, 22:00

Sunday, May 19:
Borgman (Alex van Warmerdam) -- 8:30, 14:30, 22:00
Inside Llewyn Davis (Joel & Ethan Coen) -- 11:30, 19:00

Monday, May 20:
Shield of Straw (Takashi Miike) -- 8:30, 22:00
A Castle In Italy (Valeria Bruni Tedeschi) -- 16:00

Tuesday, May 21:
Behind The Candelabra (Steven Soderbergh) -- 8:30, 15:00, 19:00
The Great Beauty (Paolo Sorrentino) -- 11:30, 22:00

Wednesday, May 22:
Only God Forgives (Nicolas Winding Refn) -- 8:30, 13:30, 23:30
Grigris (Mahamat-Saleh Haroun) -- 16:00

Thursday, May 23:
Nebraska (Alexander Payne) -- 8:30, 15:30, 19:00
Blue Is The Warmest Color (Abdellatif Kechiche) -- 11:30, 22:00

Friday, May 24:
The Immigrant (James Gray) -- 8:30, 15:00, 19:30
Michael Kohlhaas (Arnaud des Pallieres) -- 11:30, 22:30

Saturday, May 25:
Venus In Fur (Roman Polanski) -- 8:30, 19:00
Only Lovers Left Alive (Jim Jarmusch) -- 14:00, 22:00

Sunday, May 26:
Zulu (Jerome Salle) -- 20:00, 23:00


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2 Comments

  • Michael M. | May 9, 2013 5:02 PMReply

    Only God Forgives (Nicolas Winding Refn)

    Refn's ninth feature will prove to be the best. It's a European feature delicately balancing Art house and entertainment while featuring a prominent cast, compelling narrative and exquisite cinematography. All laden with a number of referential homages to past cinematic genres such as oriental pictures, westerns, spaghetti westerns, crime, noir and drama.

  • ralch | May 9, 2013 2:00 PMReply

    Jia Zhangke is an extraordinary director. It's unlikely he'll be too successful this year with Spielberg at the helm, but 'A Touch of Sin' is probably the film in competition I'm looking forward to the most (with nods to my darlings, the Coens and the Jarmusch). If Haroun's 'Grigris' is as good as his previous 'Dry Season', then he's also a contender. Really curious about Desplechin's 'Jimmy P', and...