One of the most anticipated films of the festival. For the first time since 1986, Martin Scorsese presents his new film Killers of the Flower Moon
Searing True-Crime Epic
Robert de Niro also stars – Variety
Remarkable epic about the bloody birth of America
“…With co-writer Eric Roth, Scorsese crafts an epic of creeping, existential horror about the birth of the American century, a macabre tale of quasi-genocidal serial killings which mimic the larger erasure of Native Americans from the US…”– Guardian
THE ZONE OF INTEREST de / by JONATHAN GLAZER
Stunning look at the Holocaust in a way it has not been seen
LES FILLES D’OLFA (FOUR DAUGHTERS) de / by KAOUTHER BEN HANIA
BANEL E ADAMA de / by RAMATA-TOULAYE SY
“Striking and sophisticated debut”
MAY DECEMBER de / by TODD HAYNES
Featuring the A-list pairing of Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore.
ROBOT DREAMS de / by PABLO BERGER
KILLERS OF THE FLOWER MOON de / by MARTIN SCORSESE
LE TEMPS D’AIMER (ALONG CAME LOVE) de / by KATELL QUILLÉVÉRÉ
ONLY THE RIVER FLOWS de / by WEI SHUJUN
“Chinese cinema makes a sophisticated and stylish return with Wei Shujun’s nimble noir”” – Screen Daily
GOODBYE JULIA de / by MOHAMED KORDOFANI
Goodbye Julia is the first ever Sudanese film to play Cannes. It is set in the capital of Khartoum and revolves around the events leading up to the 2011 South Sudanese Independence referendum. Watch the trailer here.
Eiman Yousif plays a former singer from the north who tries to make amends for unwittingly causing the murder of a southern man by hiring his widow as a maid and paying for the education of her son, without revealing her connection to the crime.
Dubai-based, South Sudan-born top model Siran Riak makes her debut as the maid, with veteran Sudanese actor Nazar Goma and U.S-Sudanese actor and refugee advocate Ger Duany (The Good Lie, The Nile Hilton Incident) in supporting roles.
The drama has gained resonance in recent weeks due to fierce fighting between rival military factions in Khartoum, even though it focused on a different moment in Sudan’s history.
First film from Sudan set just before the referendum and secession of South Sudan.
RIDDLE OF FIRE de / by WESTON RAZOOLI
“A nostalgic US indie debut that attempts to capture the wonder of adolescence” – Screen Daily
IN FLAMES de / by ZARRAR KAHN
“In Flames is well-crafted, the sound design capturing the jarring sounds of the city at night which seem designed to set everyone on edge. Production designer Matti Malik fills Mariam’s home with rich red earth and terracotta colours, lending it the warmth of a sanctuary – albeit one that is increasingly under threat.” – Screen Daily
CREATURA de/by ELENA MARTÍN GIMENO
CONANN de / by BERTRAND MANDICO
FACTORY NORTH PORTUGAL de / by A. GUIOMAR, M. KAPLAN, MACEDO, M. BÁRTOLO, G. GARCÍA LÓPEZ & D. HAJIHA
IL PLEUT DANS LA MAISON (IT’S RAINING IN THE HOUSE) de/by PALOMA SERMON-DAÏ
LE RAVISSEMENT (THE RAPTURE) de / by IRIS KALTENBÄCK
LE SYNDROME DES AMOURS PASSÉES (THE (EX)PERIENCE OF LOVE)
de/by ANN SIROT & RAPHAËL BALBONI
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