Cannes Film Festival Unveils 2010 Lineup

The 63rd Cannes Film Festival kicks off next month and it draws a host of talented filmmakers from all over the world. The festival will open with long awaited Ridley Scott’s “Robin Hood,” starring Russell Crowe. Out-of-competition there will be screenings of Woody Allen’s “You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, ” which stars Naomi Watts, Antonio Banderas, Josh Brolin, and Anthony Hopkins, and Oliver Stone’s “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” starring Shia LaBeouf and Michael Douglas.

Tim Burton will be the President of the Festival de Cannes’ Feature Film Jury as previously announced and as many as six more films are expected to be added to the list below as the festival draws closer. For the complete list of films scroll down.

The Cannes Film Festival 2010 takes place May 12-23.

Listen to the press conference from this morning below:

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View the lineup below:


“Tournee”, directed by Mathieu Almaric
“Des Hommes des Dieux”, directed by Xavier Beauvois
“Biutiful”, directed by Alejandro Gonzales Innaritu
“Hors-la-loi”, directed by Rachid Bouchareb
“Un Homme Qui Crie”, directed by Mahamat-Saleh Haroun
“Housemaid”, directed by Im Sangsoo
“Copie Conforme”, 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
“You, My Joy”, directed by Sergei Lovnitsa
“La Nostra Vita”, directed by Daniele Luchetti
“Utomlyonnye Solntsem 2”, directed by Nikita Mikhalkov
“La Princesse de Monptpensier”, directed by Bertrand Tavernier
“Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives”, directed by Apichatpong Weerasethakul


“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


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


“Blue Valentine”, directed by Derek Cianfrance
“O Estranho Caso de Angelica”, 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 DisparuŠ”, 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 Adreinn (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 Vega
“R U There”, directed by David Verbeek
“Rizhao Chongqing (Chongqing Blues)”, directed by Xiaoshuai Wang


“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


Tim Burton, president
Alberto Barbera
Kate Beckinsale
Emmanuel Carre
Benicio Del Toro
Victor Erice
Shekhar Kapur
Giovanna Mezzogiorno


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One Comment

  • April 15, 2010 | Permalink |

    wow, it looks like there’s not too many american films, sad

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