20 MEDIA-funded films join Cannes 2017
- Happy End – a French drama by Michael Haneke set in Calais with the European refugee crisis as the backdrop.
- Rodin – a drama by Jacques Doillon about the famous French sculptor Auguste Rodin and his relationship with Camille Claudel, a woman desperate to become his assistant.
- The Killing of a Sacred Deer - Yorgos Lanthimos's psychological thriller-horror based around a teenager's attempts to bring a brilliant surgeon into his dysfunctional family which takes an unexpected turn.
- Ismael's Ghosts - a filmmaker's life is sent into chaos when a former lover returns just as he is about to shoot a new film.
- Le Redoutable - during the making of one of his films, French film director Jean-Luc Godard falls in love with 17 year old actress Anne Wiazemsky.
- A Gentle Creature - inspired by Dostoyevsky’s short story, Sergei Loznitsa leads us into the land of crime without punishment.
- Jupiter's Moon - a Hungarian drama that tells the story of a young immigrant who is shot down while illegally crossing the border and subsequently finds himself able to levitate at will.
- The Square - a Swedish drama based people gathering at city square, where there are no rules.
Un Certain Regard
- Waiting for the Swallows
- Apres la guerre (Dopo la Guerra)
- The Summit (La Cordillera)
- Demons in Paradise
- Becoming Cary Grant
- The Intruder (L'Intrusa)
- Otez-moi d'un doute
Semaine de la Critique
- Los perros
- Sicilian Ghost Story
Image: Rodin, by Jacques Doillon, is supported through the Automatic distribution scheme.
19 Apr 2017