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2015 Cannes Classics Program Revealed; Costa-Gavras To Be Guest of Honor

2015 Cannes Classics Program Revealed; Costa-Gavras To Be Guest of Honor

This year’s Cannes Classics — the section of the Cannes Film Festival dedicated to heritage films — will pay tribute to filmmaker Costa-Garvas, winner of the 1982 Palme d’or for “Missing,” who served on the Jury in 1976. The festival will also celebrate Ingrid Bergman and Orson Welles, as well as feature a tribute to Manoel de Oliveira and an evening with Barbet Schroeder.

Along with these tributes, documentaries about cinema and restorations from around the world will also be featured. The festival will also feature new films by Barbet Schroeder (“Amnesia”) and Eric Hannezo (“Rabid Dogs”).

Below is the Cannes Classics lineup, courtesy of the festival:
Documentaries about cinema
“Hitchcock/Truffaut” by Kent Jones (2015)
“Depardieu Grandeur Nature” by Richard Melloul (2014)
“Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans” by Gabriel Clarke and John McKenna (2015)
“By Sidney Lumet” by Nancy Buirski (2015)
“Harold and Lilian: A Hollywood Love Story” by Daniel Raim (2015)
“Jag Är Ingrid” (“Ingrid Bergman, in Her Own Words”) by Stig Björkman (2015)
“The Golden Palm’s Legend” (“La légende de la Palme d’or”) by Alexis Veller (2015)
Centennial Orson Welles
“Citizen Kane” by Orson Welles (1941)
“The Third Man” (“Le Troisième homme”) by Carol Reed (1949)
“The Lady from Shanghai” (“La Dame de Shanghai”) by Orson Welles (1948)
“Orson Welles, Autopsie d’une légende” by Elisabeth Kapnist (2015)
“This Is Orson Welles” by Clara and Julia Kuperberg (2015)
An evening with Barbet Schroeder
“More” by Barbet Schroeder (1969)
“Amnesia” by Barbet Schroeder (2015)
Tribute to Manoel de Oliveira
“Visita ou Memórias e Confissões” (1982)
Restored Prints
“Rocco e i suoi fratelli” (“Rocco and His Brothers/Rocco et ses frères”) by Luchino Visconti (1960)
“Les Yeux brûlés” by Laurent Roth (1986)  
“Ascenseur pour l’échafaud” by Louis Malle (1958) 
“La Noire de…” (“Black Girl”) by Ousmane Sembène (1966)
“SEMBENE!” by Samba Gadjigo and Jason Silverman (2015)
“Insiang” by Lino Brocka (1976)
“Sur (The South/Le Sud)” by Fernando Solanas (1988)
“Zangiku Monogatari (The Story of the Last Chrysanthemum/Le Conte du chrysanthème tardif)” by Kenji Mizoguchi (1939)
“Jingi Naki Tatakai” (“Battles without Honor and Humanity aka Yakusa Paper/Combat sans code d’honneur”) by Kinji Fukasaku (1973)
“Szegénylegények” (“The Round-Up/Les Sans espoir”) by Miklós Jancsó (1965)
“Les Ordres” (“Orderers”) by Michel Brault (1974)           
“Panique” by Julien Duvivier (1946)
“Xia Nu” (“俠女/A Touch of Zen”) by King Hu (1973)
“Dobro Pozhalovat, Ili Postoronnim Vkhod Vospreshchen” (“Welcome or No Trespassing”) by Elem Klimov (1964)
“La Historia Oficial” (“The Official Story”/”L’Histoire officielle”) by Luis Puenzo (1984)
“Marius” by Alexander Korda (1931), script and dialogues by Marcel Pagnol
Cannes Classics at the Cinéma de la Plage
“Ran” by Akira Kurosawa (1985)
“Hibernatus” by Edouard Molinaro (1969)
“Le Grand blond avec une chaussure noire” by Yves Robert (1972) 
“Jurassic Park 3D” by Steven Spielberg (1993)
“Ivan the Terrible 1 and 2” by Sergueï Eisenstein (1944 and 1945)
“The Terminator” by James Cameron (1984)
“The Usual Suspects” by Brian Singer (1995)
“Hôtel du Nord” by Marcel Carné (1938)
“Joe Hill” by Bo Widerberg (1971)
The Cinéma de la Plage will also screen “Rabid Dogs” by Eric Hannezo (2015) for its world premiere.

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