dupa Indiewire, (via HITFIX) cam astea sunt filmele, plus inca vreo 12 titluri:
si, cu stupoare anunta Aurora in selectia paralela, Un certain Regard si nu in competitia mare, si la fel, Marti dupa Craciun al lui Radu Muntean (bravo, Radu!). Deci romanii sa se bata intre ei si sa nu fie jurizati de Tim Burton...pina acum competitia oficiala pare cel putin neinspirata si cam neinteresanta...cu o revenire Takeshi Kitano insa...
Japanese director Takeshi Kitano makes a surprise return to the festival for the first time since 1999.
Mike Leigh reunites with Imelda Staunton and Jim Broadbent for this new drama.
Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu's first entirely Spanish-language feature since "Amores Pores" stars Oscar-winner Javier Bardem.
"The Certified Copy"
Abbas Kiarostami's latest stars Juliette Binoche in a romantic drama where a middle aged English writer meets a young French woman on a book tour Italy.
“Des Hommes des Dieux" ("Of Gods and Men")
Xavier Beauvois' drama about Cistercian monks who fight for their beliefs when confronted by fundamentalists.
Doug Liman's drama tells the true story of CIA agent Valerie Plame (Naomi Watts) who was outed by the Bush White House after her husband (Sean Penn) criticized the administration for the Iraq invasion.
“Hors-la-loi" (Outside the Law")
French filmmaker Rachid Bouchareb's drama about Algeria's political pains to become an independent state after World War II.
Im Sangsoo's thriller examines the negative consequences of a man's affair with his family's housemaid.
“Un Homme Qui Crie"
Not much is known, so far, about African Mahamat-Saleh Haroun's latest film.
“Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives"
Thailand's Apichatpong Weerasethakul makes his third trip to the festival.
Acclaimed Korean filmmaker Lee Chang Dong returns to Cannes after debuting "Secret Sunshine" at the festival in 2007.
Best known for starring in "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly," Mathieu Amalric is also an acclaimed filmmaker and makes his debut at Cannes as a director.
“You, My Joy"
Little is known about this film from Russian filmmaker Sergei Loznitsa who makes is making his Cannes debut.
“La Nostra Vita"
An Italian comedy from director Daniele Luchetti.
“Utomlyonnye Solntsem 2" ("Burnt by the Sun 2")
Nikita Mikhalkov returns with the sequel to his 1994 Palm d'Or and Best Foreign Language Film.
“La Princesse de Monptpensier"
The latest from Bertrand Tavernier, a French cinematic icon who has never won the festival's top prize despite having three of his previous films at the fest.
Un certain regard:
Derek Cianfrance's acclaimed Sundance Film Festival drama featuring stunning performances by Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams.
“O Estranho Caso de Angelica,” (Anjelica)
Manouel de Oliveira
“Les Amours Imaginaires” (Heartbeats)
Ivan Fund and Santiago Loza
“Simon Werner a Disparu"
From French national treasure Jean-Luc Godard, this new drama is the filmmaker's first in HD Video and is seemingly set on a cruise ship cruising the Mediterranean Sea.
“Unter Dir Die Stadt” (The City Below)
“Rebecca H. (Return to the Dogs),”
directed by Agnes Kocsis
“Marti Dupa Craciun” (Tuesday, After Christmas)
“Ha Ha Ha"
“Life Above All"
“R U There"
“Rizhao Chongqing” (Chongqing Blues)
Gregg Araki's latest sounds awfully familiar to his 1997 misfire "Nowhere" -- another Sci-Fi flick centered on the "sexual awakening" of a group of college students. Thomas Dekker, Kelly Lynch and Haley Bennett are along for the ride.
“L’Autre Monde” ("Blackhole)
Out of competition:
Ridley Scott (opening film)
"You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger"
"Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps"