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Cannes Unveils 2005 Competition and Un Certain Regard Lineups

Cannes Unveils 2005 Competition and Un Certain Regard Lineups

Cannes Unveils 2005 Competition and Un Certain Regard Lineups

by indieWIRE

The 2005 Festival de Cannes, set to run from May 11-22 in France, has unveiled the lineups for this year’s event. Today in Paris, organizers unveiled the rosters for the Competition, Out of Competition and Un Certain Regard sections of the festival.

The festival will open with Dominik Moll‘s competition entry, “Lemming” and close with Martha Fiennes‘ out of competition film, “Chromophobia.”

The complete lineups are available below.


“Lemming,” directed by Dominik Moll (Opening night, France)

“Bashing,” directed by Kobayashi Masahiro (Japan)

“Batalla En El Cielo,” directed by Carlos Reygadas (Mexico)

“The Best Of Our Times,” directed by Hou Hsiao-Hsien (Taiwan)

“Broken Flowers,” directed by Jim Jarmusch (U.S.)

“The Child” (L’Enfant) directed by The Dardenne Brothers (Belgium)

“Don’t Come Knockin’,” directed by Wim Wenders (Germany)

“Election,” directed by Johnny To (China)

“Free Zone,” directed by Amos Gitai (Israel)

“Hidden” (Caché), directed by Michael Haneke (France)

“A History Of Violence,” directed by David Cronenberg (Canada)

“Kilometre Zero,” directed by Hiner Saleem (Iraq)

“Last Days,” directed by Gus Van Sant (U.S.)

“Manderlay,” directed by Lars von Trier (Denmark)

“Once You’re Born You Can No Longer Hide” (Quando Sei Nato Non Puoi Piu Nasconderti), directed by Marco Tullio Giordana (Italy)

“Peindre Or Faire L’Amour,” directed by Arnaud and Jean-Marie Larrieu (France)

“Shanghai Dreams,” directed by Wang Xiaoshuai (China)

“Sin City,” directed by Roberto Rodriguez and Frank Miller (U.S.)

“The Three Burials Of Melquiades Estrada,” directed by Tommy Lee Jones (U.S.)

“Where The Truth Lies,” directed by Atom Egoyan (Canada)


“Chromophobia,” directed by Martha Fiennes (closing night, U.K.)

“Matchpoint,” directed by Woody Allen (U.S.)

“Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith,” directed by George Lucas (U.S.)

Midnight Screenings

“Kiss, Kiss, Bang, Bang,” directed by Shane Black

“Dal Kom han In-Saeng” (A Bittersweet Life), Kim Jee-woon

“Midnight Movies: From the Margin to the Mainstream,” directed by Stuart Samuels

Special Screenings

“Crossing the Bridge,” directed by Fatih Akin

“The Power of Nightmares,” directed by Adam Curtis

“Nekam Achat Mishtey Eynan” (Avenge But One of My Two Eyes), directed by Avi Mograbi

“Les Artistes du Theatre Brule,” directed by Rithy Panh

“C’est Pas Tout A Fait La Vie Don’t J’Avais Reve,” directed by Michel Piccoli

“Operetta Tanukigoten” (Princess Raccoon), directed by Seijun Suzuki


“Cidade Baixa” (Lower City), directed by Sergio Machado (Brazil)

“Cinema, Aspirinas E Urubus,” directed by Marcelo Gomes (Brazil)

“Delwende,” directed by S. Pierre Yameogo (Germany)

“Down In The Valley,” directed by David Jacobson (U.S.)

“Falscher Bekenner” (Low Profile), directed by Christoph Hochhausler (Germany)

“Le Filmeur,” directed by Alain Cavalier (France)

“Hwal” (The Bow), directed by Kim Ki-duk (South Korea)

“Jewboy,” directed by Tony Kravitz (Australia)

“Johanna,” directed by Kornel Mundruzco (Hungary)

“The King,” directed by James Marsh (U.S.)

“Moartea Domnului Lazarescu” (The Death of Mr. Lazarescu), directed by Cristi Puiu (Romania)

“Nordeste,” directed by Juan Solanas (Argentina)

“Sangre,” directed by Amat Escalante (Mexico)

“Schlafer” (Sleeper), directed by Benjamin Heisenberg (Austria)

“Sulanga Enu Pinisa,” directed by Vimukthi Jayasundara (Sri Lanka)

“Le Temps Qui Reste,” directed by François Ozon (France)

“Voksne Mennesker” (Dark Horse), directed by Dagur Kari (Denmark)

“Yek Shab” (One Night), directed by Niki Karimi (Iran)

“Yellow Fella,” directed by Ivan Sen (Australia)

“Zim And Co.,” directed by Pierre Jolivet (France)

“Habana Blues,” directed by Benito Zambrano (Closing Night, Un Certain Regard)

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