Cannes Film Festival main competition lineup

Updated: 2011-04-15 10:53


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Cannes Film Festival main competition lineup

Gilles Jacob (R), president of the 64th Cannes Film Festival, and
Thierry Fremaux (L), general delegate of the festival, pose in front
of the official poster after a news conference to announce the
selection of competing films in Paris April 14, 2011. The festival
will run from May 11- 22. [Photo/Agencies]

The Cannes Film Festival opens on May 11 with a showing of Woody Allen's film, "Midnight in Paris". 

Following is the list of competition films and a selection of movies that will be screened during the event outside the main line-up. They are listed by title, director and director's nationality.


- La Piel Que Habito (The Skin That I Inhabit)/Pedro Almodovar/Spain

- L'Apollonide/Bertrand Bonello/France

- Pater/Alain Cavailer/France

- Hearat Shulayim (Footnote)/Joseph Cedar/Israel

- Bir Zamanlar Anadolu'da (Once Upon a Time in Anatolia)/Nuri Bilge Ceylan/Turkey

- Le Gamin Au Velo/Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne/Belgium

- Le Havre/Aki Kaurismaki/Finland

- Hanezu No Tsuki/Naomi Kawase/Japan

- Sleeping Beauty/Julia Leigh/Australia

- Polisse/Maiwenn Le Besco/France

- The Tree of Life/Terrence Malick/United States

- La Source des Femmes/Radu Mihaileanu/France

- Ishimei (Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai)/Takashi Miike/Japan

- Habemus Papam/Nanni Moretti/Italy

- We Need To Talk About Kevin/Lynne Ramsay/Scotland

- Michael/Markus Schleinzer/Austria

- This Must Be The Place/Paolo Sorrentino/Italy

- Melancholia/Lars von Trier/Denmark

- Drive/Nicolas Winding Refn/Denmark Out of Competition

- Midnight in Paris/Woody Allen/United States

- L'Exercise de l'Etat/Pierre Schoeller/France

- La Conquete/Xavier Durringer/France

- The Beaver/Jodie Foster/United States

- Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides/Rob Marshall/United States


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