Cannes Film Festival 2022 Day 5

Competition

FRÈRE ET SŒUR (BROTHER AND SISTER) directed by ARNAUD DESPLECHIN
BOY FROM HEAVEN directed byTARIK SALEH

TRIANGLE OF SADNESS directed by RUBEN ÖSTLUND

The Cannes crowd reacted with an eight-minute standing ovation that was far louder than the ovations Top Gun: Maverick, despite the walkouts early on.Was it the most disgusting film of 2022?

R.M.N. directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU


Premiere/Out of Competition

RESTOS DO VENTO (TRACES / REMAINS OF THE WIND) directed by TIAGO GUEDES
CHRONIQUE D’UNE LIAISON PASSAGÈRE (DIARY OF A FLEETING AFFAIR) directed by EMMANUEL MOURET
MARCEL! directed by JASMINE TRINCA
FUMER FAIT TOUSSER (SMOKING CAUSES COUGHING) directed by QUENTIN DUPIEUX

Absurdist director and crazy film. It follows a team of five avengers known as the Tobacco Force. After a devastating battle against a diabolical turtle, they are sent on a retreat to strengthen their cohesion, which goes well until Lezardin, Emperor of Evil, decides to annihilate planet Earth. Picturehouse Entertainment has bought the UK and Ireland rights.

 

 


Un Certain Regard

PLUS QUE JAMAIS (MORE THAN EVER) directed by EMILY ATEF

WAR PONY directed by RILEY KEOUGH & GINA GAMMELL

A measured look at life on a Native American reservation.

Quinzaine des réalisateurs

REVOIR PARIS (PARIS MEMORIES) directed by ALICE WINOCOUR
ENYS MEN directed by MARK JENKIN
PAMFIR  directed by DMYTRO SUKHOLYTKYY-SOBCHUK

“I wanted to tell a story about a small side effect of unconditional love, and a man who is resisting and struggling in these specific circumstances. A key element for me was the question of conscience, the concept of morality for the one who chooses to do, or not to do, something. This is, in fact, a kind of agreement with one’s conscience, which is the price a person pays for such a choice.” – Ukrainian director

UNDER THE FIG TREES (SOUS LES FIGUES) directed by ERIGE SEHIRI
UN BEAU MATIN (ONE FINE MORNING) directed by MIA HANSEN-LØVE

 

 

Semaine de la Critique

DALVA (LOVE ACCORDING TO DALVA) directed by EMMANUELLE NICOT
AFTERSUN directed by CHARLOTTE WELLS

Starring Paul Mescal, the Scottish director’s deeply moving portrait of a troubled father-daughter relationship is one of the best British debuts in recent years.

TOUT LE MONDE AIME JEANNE (EVERYBODY LOVES JEANNE) directed by CÉLINE DEVAUX