Full 2014 Cannes Film Festival Selection - Cronenberg, Dolan, Kawase

April 17, 2014
Source: Cannes

2014 Cannes

Every year, cinephiles wake up early to catch the announcement direct from France of the films playing at the Cannes Film Festival. For the 67th Cannes Film Festival taking place this May they've announced a diverse selection of films premiering, including a few midnight screenings (of David Michod's The Rover + Kristian Levring's The Salvation), a few out-out-comp picks like How to Train Your Dragon 2 and Zhang Yimou's Coming Home, and their usual fascinating line-up of Main Competition and Un Certain Regard films. Ranging from filmmakers including David Cronenberg and Xavier Dolan, as well as Jean-Luc Godard, Mike Leigh, Michel Hazanavicius (of The Artist), Bennett Miller, Ryan Gosling and many others.

Here's the complete selection of 2014 films directly from Cannes, including the director for easy reference.

Goodbye to Language - dir. Jean-Luc Godard
The Captive - dir. Atom Egoyan
Clouds of Sils Maria - dir. Olivier Assayas
Foxcatcher - dir. Bennett Miller
The Homesman - dir. Tommy Lee Jones
Jimmy's Hall - dir. Ken Loach
The Marvel - dir. Alice Rohrwacher
Leviathan - dir. Andrei Zvyaginstev
Maps to the Stars - dir. David Cronenberg
Mommy - dir. Xavier Dolan
Mr. Turner - dir. Mike Leigh
Saint Laurent - dir. Bertrand Bonello
The Search - dir. Michel Hazanavicius
Still the Water - dir. Naomi Kawase
Timbuktu - dir. Abderrahmane Sissako
Two Days, One Night - dir. Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne
Wild Tales - dir. Damian Szifron
Winter Sleep - dir. Nuri Bilge Ceylan

Grace of Monaco - dir. Olivier Dahan

Coming Home - dir. Zhang Yimou
How to Train Your Dragon 2 - dir. Dean DeBlois
In The Name of My Daughter - dir. André Téchiné

Party Girl - dirs. Marie Amachoukeli-Barsacq, Claire Burger, Samuel Theis
Amour Fou - dir. Jessica Hausner
Bird People - dir. Pascale Ferran
The Blue Room - dir. Mathieu Amalric
Charlie's Country - dir. Rolf de Heer
A Girl at My Door - dir. July Jung
Eleanor Rigby - dir. Ned Benson
Fantasia - dir. Wang Chao
Harcheck mi Headro - dir. Keren Yedaya
Unhappy Youth - dir. Jaime Rosales
Incompresa - dir. Asia Argento
Jauja - dir. Lisandro Alonso
Lost River - dir. Ryan Gosling
Run - dir. Philippe Lacote
Salt of the Earth - dirs. Wim Wenders & Juliano Ribeiro Salgado
Snow in Paradise - dir. Andrew Hulme
Titli - dir. Kanu Behl
Tourist - dir. Ruben Ostlund
Xenia - dir. Panos Koutras
White God - dir. Kornél Mundruczó

The Rover - dir. David Michod
The Salvation - dir. Kristian Levring
The Target - dir. Yoon Hong-seung

Bridges of Sarajevo - various directors
Eau Argentee - dir. Mohammed Ossama
Maidan - dir. Sergei Loznitsa
Red Army - dir. Polsky Gabe
Caricaturists: Fantasies Of Democracy - dir. Stephanie Valloatto
Les Gens du Monde - dir. Yves Jeuland
Of Men and War (Des Hommes et de la guerre) - dir. Laurent Bécue-Renard
The Owners - dir. Adilkhan Yerzhanov
Géronimo - dir. Tony Gatlif
El Ardor - dir. Pablo Fendrik

That's the line-up for Cannes 2014, with possibly one or two more missing from the Main Competition. While they are missing a few others we were hoping to see in Cannes, and of course Terrence Malick is a no show, as always the festival promises to be exciting and invigorating anyway. Especially following last year with Blue is the Warmest Color winning the Palme d'Or, even though it didn't go on to be financially successful, it made for a very unforgettable Cannes for many critics. We're hoping for the same this year and hoping to find and enjoy some of the best cinema the world has to offer. Find more info about the festival and this year's selection on the official Cannes website, and stay tuned for updates from France in May.

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