Earlier this morning the Cannes Film Festival announced their line up for 2015
With the Cannes Film Festival just weeks away, festival director Thierry Frémaux took to the stage this morning to announce the line up at the festival, saying the selection this year, out of 1.854 films submitted, is ‘beautiful and takes risks’.
Ireland gets a look in with Michael Fassbender starring in Justin Kurzel’s MACBETH and the Irish-produced THE LOBSTER both screening in competition, and the festival will be homes to the world premieres of Pixar’s INSIDE OUT, Natalie Portman’s directorial debut A TALE OF LOVE AND DARKNESS, and MAD MAX: FURY ROAD. The Opening Film, announced to be Out of Competition, is to be Emmanuelle Bercot’s STANDING TALL. Keep reading for the fill line up.
MIDNIGHT SCREENINGS O PISEU (OFFICE) by Hong Won-Chan AMY by Asif Kapadia
SPECIAL SCREENINGS OKA by Souleymane Cisse HAYORED LEMA’ALA by Elad KEIDAN SIPUR AL AHAVA VE CHOSHECH (A TALE OF LOVE AND DARKNESS) by Natalie Portman AMNESIA by Barbet Schroeder PANAMA by Pavle Vuckovic ASPHALTE by Samuel Benchetrit
OUT OF COMPETITION MAD MAX : FURY ROAD by George Miller IRRATIONAL MAN by Woody Allen INSIDE OUT by Pete Docter & Ronaldo DEL CARMEN THE LITTLE PRINCE by Mark Osborne UN CERTAIN REGARD FLY AWAY SOLO by Neeraj Ghaywan RAMS by Grímur Hákonarson JOURNEY TO THE SHORE by Kurosawa Kiyoshi I AM A SOLDIER by Laurent Lariviére THE HIGH SUN by Dalibor Matanic THE OTHER SIDE by Roberto Minervini ONE FLOOR BELOW by Radu Muntean THE SHAMELESS by Oh Seung-Uk THE CHOSEN ONES by David Pablos NAHRID by Ida Panahandeh THE TREAUSRE by Corneliu Porumboip THE FOURTH DIRECTION by Gurvinder Singh MADONNA by Shin Suwon MARYLAND by Alice Winocour
IN COMPETITION DHEEPAN by Jacques Audiard A SIMPLE MAN by Stéphane Brizé MARGUERITE & JULIEN by Valérie Donzelli CAROL by Todd Haynes THE ASSASSIN by Hou Hsiao Hsien MOUNTAINS MAY DEPART by Jia Zhang-Ke OUR LITTLE SISTER by Hirokazu Kore-Eda MACBETH by Justin KUrzel THE LOBSTER by Yorgos Lanthimos MY KING by Maiwenn MY MOTHER by Nani Moretti YOUTH by Paolo Sorrentino LOUDER THAN BOMBS by Joachim Tirer SEA OF TREES by Gus Van Sant SICARO by Denis Villenueve
There are some more films to be announced in the coming weeks, to fill out the sections of the festival.
The Cannes Film Festival 2015 runs from May 13-24th, and Movies.ie will be on hand in the South of France to bring you all the news as it happens.