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2003 Festival de Cannes Sets Slate

2003 Festival de Cannes Sets Slate

2003 Festival de Cannes Sets Slate

by Eugene Hernandez

Cannes, France site of the annual Festival de Cannes.

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Opening (Out Of Competition):

Gérard Krawczyk’s “Fanfan La Tulipe”

Closing (Out Of Competition):

Charlie Chaplin’s “Modern Times”

In Competition:

Samira Makhmalbaf’s “A Cinq Heures De L’après-Midi”

Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s “Bright Future”

Hector Babenco’s “Carandiru”

Raoul Ruiz’s “Ce Jour-Là”

Lars Von Trier’s “Dogville”

Gus Van Sant’s “Elephant”

Pupi Avati’s “Il Cuore Altrove”

Claude Miller’s “La Petite Lili”

Bertrand Blier’s “Les Côtelettes”

André Téchiné’s “Les Égarés”

Denys Arcand’s “Les Invasions Barbares”

Clint Eastwood’s “Mystic River”

Alexandre Sokourov’s “Père Et Fils”

Ye Lou’s “Purple Butterfly”

Naomi Kawase’s “Shara”

François Ozon’s “Swimming Pool”

Vincent Gallo’s “The Brown Bunny”

Peter Greenaway’s “The Moab Story / The Tulse Luper Suitcase – Part I”

Bertrand Bonello’s “Tiresia”

Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s “Uzak”

Out Of Competition:

Michael Haneke’s “E Le Temps Du Loup”

Sylvain Chomet’s “Les Triplettes De Belleville”

Lester James Peries’s “Mansion By The Lake”

Gilles Marchand’s “Qui a Tué Bambi?”

Andy Wachowski and Larry Wachowski’s “The Matrix Reloaded”

João César Monteiro’s “Vai e Vem”

Short Films In Competition:

Philippe Barcinski’s “A Janela Aberta”

Glendyn Ivin’s “Cracker Bag”

Virgil Widrich’s “Fast Film”

Esther Rots’ “Ik Ontspruit”

Juan Solanas’s “L’Homme Sans Tete”

Sophie Goodhart’s “My Blind Brother”

Karolina Jonsson’s “Novembersno”

Alicia Duffy’s “The Most Beautiful Man in the World”

Marsa Makris’s “To Tamneno”

Special Sessions:

Richard Schickel’s “Charlie: The Life And Death Of Charlie Chaplin”

Nanni Moretti’s “Il Grido D’angoscia Dell’uccello Predatore 20 Tagli D’aprile”

Rithy Panh’s “S-21, La Machine De Mort Khmère Rouge”

Errol Morris’s “The Fog Of War”

Nanni Moretti’s “The Last Customer”

Wim Wenders’ “The Soul Of A Man”



Arnaud Desplechin’s “En Jouant ‘Dand La Compagnie Des Hommes”

Murali Nair’s “A Story That Begins At The End”

Faouzi Bensaidi’s “A Thousand Months”

Yu Lik Wai’s “All Tomorrow’s Parties”

Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini’s “American Splendor”

Jaffar Panahi’s “Crimson Gold”

Wang Xiaoshuai’s “Drifters”

Alejandro Chomski’s “Hoy y Mañana”

Sue Brooks’s “Japanese Story”

Emily Young’s “Kiss of Life”

Marco Tullio Giordanala’s “Meglio Gioventu”

Marc Recha’s “Les Mains Vides”

LIN Cheng-Sheng’s “Robinson’s Crusoe”

Max Farberbock’s “September”

Solveig Anspach’s “Stormy Weather”

Ruth Mader’s “Struggle”

David MacKenzie’s “Young Adam”

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