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indieWIRE Readies Cannes Coverage

indieWIRE Readies Cannes Coverage

Sadly, I won’t be in Cannes this year (though horror stories of volcano-related airport delays getting there are making me a little less envious), but I will be part of the indieWIRE team on this side of the Atlantic ensuring that the many folks (Eugene Hernandez, Brian Brooks, Eric Kohn, Todd McCarthy, Anne Thompson and Sydney Levine!) over there have some support. And honestly, I feel pretty grateful I’ve got to go as many times as I have, and there’s something a little nice about not having to hustle around the south of France for 12 days with an empty stomach, a lowest-common-denominator press badge, rusty French, and – let’s face it – a hangover. But maybe I’m just convincing myself as the watching 30 Rock or Modern Family finales in my pajamas vs. watching the new Woody Allen or Apichatpong Weerasethakul or Mike Leigh or Olivier Assayas or Xavier Dolan or Gregg Araki in fancy dress wear on the French Riviera (not to mention this part) is not exactly an even match.

Anyway.. Part of what I will be doing is updating film pages for every single film screening on the Croisette, from the Official Competition to Director’s Fortnight to Un Certain Regard. criticWIRE grades, links to our coverage whether iW proper or one of our many new bloggers, trailers… It’s hopefully gonna be a good mine for the many among us not able to be there. Here’s links to all the pages, which already have a wide array of information and will build in the next two weeks:

Tournee,” directed by Mathieu Amalric
Des Hommes et des Dieux, directed by Xavier Beauvois
Biutiful,” directed by Alejandro Gonzales Innaritu
Hors la loi,” directed by Rachid Bouchareb
Un Homme Qui Crie” (A Screaming Man), directed by Mahamat-Saleh Haroun
Housemaid,” directed by Im Sangsoo
Copie Conforme” (The Certified Copy), directed by Abbas Kiarostami
Outrage,” directed by Takeshi Kitano
Poetry,” directed by Lee Chang-dong
Another Year,” directed by Mike Leigh
Fair Game,” directed by Doug Liman
Route Irish,” directed by Ken Loach
You, My Joy,” directed by Sergei Loznitsa
La Nostra Vita,” directed by Daniele Luchetti
Utomlyonnye Solntsem 2,” directed by Nikita Mikhalkov
La Princesse de Montpensier,” directed by Bertrand Tavernier
Loong Boonmee Raleuk Chaat” (Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives), directed by Apichatpong Weerasethakul
Tender Son: The Frankenstein Project,” directed by Kornél Mondruczó
Chongqing Blues,” directed by Wang Xiaoshuai

Carlos,” directed by Olivier Assayas
Robin Hood,” directed by Ridley Scott (opening film)
You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger,” directed by Woody Allen
Tamara Drewe,” directed by Stephen Frears
Wall Street – Money Never Sleeps,” directed by Oliver Stone
The Autobiography of Nicolae Ceausescu,,” directed by Andrei Ujică
The Tree,” directed by Julie Bertucelli

Kaboom,” directed by Gregg Araki
“L’Autre Monde” (Black Heaven), directed by Gilles Marchand

– “5XFavela,” directed by Carlos Diegues (with short films by Manaira Carneiro, Wagner Novais, Rodrigo Felha, Cacau Amaral, Luciano Vigidal, Cadu Barcelos, Luciana Bezerra)
Inside Job,” directed by Charles Ferguson
Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow,” directed by Sophie Fiennes
Nostalgia for the Light,” directed by Patricio Guzman
Draquila – L’Italia Che Trema,” directed by Sabina Guzzanti
Chantrapas,” directed by Otar Iosseliani
Abel,” directed by Diego Luna
Countdown To Zero,” directed by Lucy Walker

Blue Valentine,” directed by Derek Cianfrance
O Estranho Caso de Angelica,” (Anjelica), directed by Manouel de Oliveira
Les Amours Imaginaires” (Heartbeats), directed by Xavier Dolan
Los Labios,” directed by Ivan Fund and Santiago Loza
Simon Werner a Disparu…” directed by Fabrice Gobert
Film Socialisme,” directed by Jean-Luc Godard
Unter Dir Die Stadt” (The City Below), directed by Christoph Hochhausler
Rebecca H. (Return to the Dogs),” directed by Lodge Kerrigan
Pal Adrienn,” (Adrienn Pal), directed by Agnes Kocsis
Udaan,” directed by Vikramaditya Motwane
Marti Dupa Craciun” (Tuesday, After Christmas), directed by Radu Muntean
Chatroom,” directed by Hideo Nakata
Aurora,” directed by Cristi Puiu
Ha Ha Ha,” directed by Hong Sangsoo
Life, Above All,” directed by Oliver Schmitz
Octubre,” directed by Daniel and Diego Vega
R U There,” directed by David Verbeek
I Wish I Knew,” directed by Jia Zhang Ke
Carancho,” directed by Pablo Trapero

Alegria” (Joy), directed by Marina Méliande and Felipe Braganca
All Good Children,” directed by Alicia Duffy
Alting bliver godt igen” (Everything Will Be Fine), directed by Christoffer Boe
Año bisiesto,” directed by Michael Rowe
Benda Bilili!,” directed by Renaud Barret & Florent de la Tullaye
La Casa muda” (The Silent House), directed by Gustavo Hernandez
Cleveland vs. Wall Street,” directed by Jean-Stéphane Bron
Des Filles en noir,” directed by Jean-Paul Civeyrac
Ha’Meshotet” (The Wanderer) directed by Avishai Sivan
Illégal,” directed by Olivier Masset-Depasse
The Light Thief,” directed by Aktan Arym Kubat
Little Baby Jesus of Flandr,” directed by Gust Vandenberghe
La Mirada invisible” (The Invisible Eye), directed by Diego Lerman
Picco,” directed by Philip Koch
Pieds nus sur les limaces” (Lily Sometimes) directed by Fabienne Berthaud
Le Quattro volte,” directed by Michelangelo Frammartino
Shit Year,” directed by Cam Archer
Somos lo que hay” (We Are What We Are), directed by Jorge Michel Grau
Tiger Factory,” directed by Woo Ming jin
Todos vós sodes capitáns,” directed by Oliver Laxe
Two Gates Of Sleep,” directed by Alistair Banks Griffin
Un Poison violent,” directed by Katell Quillevéré

Special Screenings:
Stones In Exile,” directed by Stephen Kijak
Boxing Gym,” directed by Frederick Wiseman

Armadillo,” directed by Janus Metz
Bedevilled,” directed by Cheol So Jang
Belle épine,” directed by Rebecca Zlotowski
Bi, dung so !,” directed by Phan Dang Di
The Myth of the American Sleepover,” directed by David Robert Mitchell
Sandcastle,” directed by Boo Junfeng
Sound of Noise,” directed by Ola Simonsson & Johannes Stjärne Nilsson

Special Screenings:
Le Nom des gens,” directed by Michel Leclerc
Copacabana,” directed by Marc Fitoussi
Rubber,” directed by Quentin Dupieux

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