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Cannes Film Festival 2022 Is Here

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BY April 15, 2022

The Cannes Film Festival is here which means one of the most prestigious motion picture events of the year is here again. Now that it’s that time of year, let’s take a look at the films set to be shown at this momentous movie event. As a reminder, the two previous winners at the Cannes Film Festival were Titane and Parasite. Both of them left a lasting impression on the viewers at the movie event. Each one was praised as one of the peak movies of their respective years. Titane might have had mixed reviews from fans, but Parasite received universal acclaim and even bagged four Oscars. It even won Best Picture, an award that previously eluded foreign films.

The Ones To Watch Out The Movie Event

Cannes Film Festival movie event Source: NME

With so much talent on display, the 2022 selection has a nice number of highly anticipated works. One of them is David Cronenberg’s latest work, Crimes of the Future, starring Kristen Stewart, Viggo Mortensen, and Lea Seydoux. Another is Armageddon Time from Hames Gray with an incredible cast featuring Anne Hathaway, Oscar Isaac, Robert De Niro, and Anthony Hopkins. And we shouldn’t forget Claire Denis coming with The Stars at noon starring Taron Edgerton, Robert Pattinson, Joe Alwyn, and Margaret Qualley. To make matters more interesting, Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook (most known for 2003’s Oldboy) premiers his new mystery thriller, Decision to Leave, as well, making it a highly competitive time at Cannes this year.

In the Out of Competition section for the Palme d’Or, everyone’s looking at Top Gun: Maverick, Elvis, and George Miller’s highly-anticipated return, Three Thousand Years Of Longing. Taking a break from the scorched deserts of Mad Max, Millet is starting a fresh, original fantasy epic. Led by Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton, Three Thousand Years of Longing might end up being a favorite of the Cannes Film Festival 2022. Another person premiering his movie – a first–time director, this time, is Squid Game star Lee Jung-Jae and his movie is called Hunt. It’s described as a dark 1980s-set spy flick. Aside from directing, Lee Jung-Jae also wrote the screenplay and stars in the film. With more lineup announcements on the way, read on to see the full list of films that have been so far officially selected for the 2022 Cannes Film Festival.

Cannes Film Festival 2022 Official Selections

Cannes Film Festival Movie Event Source: NME

Cannes’ Opening Night Film

“Z,” Michel Hazanavicius

 

Cannes’ In Competition

“Holy Spider,” Ali Abbasi

“Les Amandiers,” Valeria Bruni Tedeschi

“Crimes of the Future,” David Cronenberg

“The Stars at Noon,” Claire Denis

“Frere et Soeur,” Arnaud Desplechin

“Tori and Lokita,” Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne

“Close,” Lukas Dhont

“Armageddon Time,” James Gray

“Broker,” Hirokazu Kore-eda

“Nostalgia,” Mario Martone

“R.M.N.,” Cristian Mungiu

“Triangle of Sadness,” Ruben Ostlund

“Decisions to Leave,” Park Chan-Wook

“Showing Up,” Kelly Reichardt

“Leila’s Brothers,” Saeed Roustayi

“Boy from Heaven,” Tarik Saleh

“Tchaikovsky’s Wife,” Kirill Serebrennikov

“Hi-Han (Eo),” Jerzy Skolimowski

 

Cannes’ Out of Competition

“Top Gun: Maverick,” Joseph Kosinski

“Elvis,” Baz Luhrmann

“Three Thousand Years of Longing,” George Miller

“November,” Cédric Jimenez

“Masquerade,” Nicolas Bedos

 

More Categories In The Movie Event

Un Certain Regard

“Les Pires,” Lise Akoka and Romane Gueret

“Burning Days,” Emin Alper

“Metronom,” Alexandru Belc

“Retour a Seoul,” Davy Chou

“Sick of Myself,” Kristoffer Borgli

“Domingo y La Niebla,” Ariel Escalante Meza

“Plan 75,” Hayakawa Chie

“Beast,” Riley Keough and Gina Gammell

“Corsage,” Marie Kreutzer

“Butterfly Vision,” Maksym Nakonechnyi

“Volada Land,” Hlynur Palmason

“Rodeo,” Lola Quivoron

“Joyland,” Saim Sadiq

“The Stranger,” Thomas M. Wright

“The Silent Twins,” Agnieszka Kmocynska

 

Cannes Premiere

“Outside Night,” Marco Bellocchio

“Nos Frangins,” Rachid Bouchareb

“Irma Vep,” Olivier Assayas (Series)

“Dodo,” Panos H. Koutras

 

Cannes’ Midnight Screenings

“Moonage Daydream,” Brett Morgen

“Smoking Makes You Cough,” Quentin Dupieux

“Hunt,” Lee Jung-Jae

 

Cannes’ Special Screenings

“The Natural History of Destruction,” Sergei Loznitsa

“Jerry Lee Lewis: Trouble in Mind,” Ethan Coen

“All That Breathes,” Shaunak Sen

 

Are you ready for Cannes 2022?!

 

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