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2009 Cannes Lineup Revealed

2009 Cannes Lineup Revealed

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The Cannes Film Festival has revealed the lineup for its 2009 event, which will take place May 13 – 24th. Some of the titles—like Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds and Opening Night selection Up from Pixar—came as no surprise to followers of the fest. Other titles vying for the spotlight at this year’s event include:

Abrazos Rotos (Broken Embraces), by Pedro Almodóvar
Adrift, by Heitor Dhalia
Agora, by Alejandro Amenabar
Air Doll, by Hirokazu Kore-Eda
Antichrist, by Lars Von Trier
Bright Star, by Jane Campion
Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky, by Jan Kounen
Demain Des L’Aube, by Denis Dercourt
Dogtooth, by Yorgos Lanthimos
Drag Me To Hell, by Sam Raimi
Enter The Void, by Gasper Noe
L’Epine Dans Le Coeur, by Michel Gondry
Eyes Wide Open, by Haim Tabakman
Faces, by Tsai Ming-liang
Fish Tank, by Andrea Arnold
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, by Terry Gilliam
Kalat Hayam (Jaffa), by Keren Yedaya
Kinatay, by Brillante Mendoza
Les Herbes folles, by Alain Resnais
In The Beginning, by Xavier Giannoli
Independence, by Raya Martin
Inglorious Basterds, by Quentin Tarantino
Irene, by Alain Cavalier
L’Armee du Crime, by Robert Guediguian
Looking For Eric, by Ken Loach
Map of the Sounds of Tokyo, by Isabel Coixet
Martin Manila, by Adolfo Alix, Jr.
Min Ye, by Souleymane Cisse
Morrer Como Un Homem, by Jao Pedro Rodgrigues
Mother, by Bong Joon Ho
My Neighbor, My Killer, by Anne Aghion
Ne Te Retourne Pas, by Marina de Van
Nobody Knows About the Persian Cats, by Bahman Ghobadi
Nymph, by Pen-Ek Ratanaruang
Le Pere de mes Enfants, by Mia Hansen-Love
Petition, by Zhao Liang
Politist, Adjectiv, by Corneliu Porumboiu
Precious, by Lee Daniels
A Prophet, by Jacques Audiard
Samson and Delilah, by Warwick Thornton
The Silent Army, by Jean van de Velde
Spring Fever, by Lou Ye
Taking Woodstock, by Ang Lee
Tale in the Darkness, by Nikolay Khomeriki
Tales from the Golden Age, by Hanno Hoefer, Ravan Marculescu, Cristian Mungiu, Constantin Popescu, Ioana Uricaru
The Time That Remains, by Elia Suleiman
Thirst, by Park Chan Wook
A Town Called Panic, by Stephane Aubier and Vincent Patar
Tzar, by Pavel Lounguine
Up, by Peter Docter
Vengeance, by Johnny To
Los Viajes del Viento, by Ciro Guerra
Vincere, by Marco Bellocchio
The White Ribbon, by Michael Haneke

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