Cannes Film Festival 2013 Line-Up

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Cannes Film Festival 2013 Line-Up


The Official Selection for the 66th Cannes Film Festival has been revealed in Paris this morning.

At a press conference in the UGC Normandie movie theatre on the Champs-Elysées in Paris, Cannes chief Thierry Frémaux revealed that 1,858 features were submitted for inclusion in this year's festival, which runs from May 15-26.

As previously announced, Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby will open the festival on May 15. Jerome Salle's Zulu will close the festival on May 26.

Sofia Coppola's The Bling Ring was last night named as the opening film of Un Certain Regard.Competition

Jury chair: Steven Spielberg

Only God Forgives,dir Nicolas Winding Refn

Borgman, dir Alex Van Warmerdam

La Grande Bellezza, dir Paolo Sorrentino

Behind the Candelabra, dir Steven Soderbergh

La Venus a la Fourrure, dir Roman Polanski

Nebraska, dir Alexander Payne

Jeune & Jolie, dir Francois Ozon

Wara No Tate, dir Takashi Miike

La Vie D'Adele, dir Abdellatif Kechiche

Soshite Chichi Ni Naru, dir Kore-Eda Hirokazu

Tian Zhu Ding, dir Zhangke Jia

Grisgris, dir Mahamat-Saleh Haroun

The Immigrant, dir James Gray

Le Passé, dir Asghar Farhadi

Heli, dir Amat Escalante

Jimmy P, dir Arnaud Desplechin

Michael Kohlhaas, dir Arnaud des Pallières

Inside Llewyn Davis, dir Joel and Ethan Coen

Un Chateau en Italie, dir Valeria Bruni-TedeschiUn Certain Regard

Jury chair: Thomas Vinterberg

The Bling Ring, dir Sofia Coppola (opening film)

Grand Central, dir Rebecca Zlotowski

Sarah Préfère la Course, dir Chloé Robichaud

Anonymous, dir Mohammad Rasoulof

La Jaula de Oro, dir Diego Quemada-Diez

L'image Manquante, dir Rithy Panh

Bends, dir Flora Lau

L'inconnu du Lac, dir Alain Guiraudie

Miele, dir Valeria Golino

As I Lay Dying, dir James Franco

Norte, Hangganan Ng Kasaysayan, dir Lav Diaz

Les Salauds, dir Claire Denis

Fruitvale Station, dir Ryan Coogler

Death March, dir Adolfo Alix Jr

Omar, dir Hany Abu-AssadSpecial Screenings

Otdat Konci, dir Taisia Igumentseva

Seduced and Abandoned, dir James Toback

Weekend of a Champion, dir Roman Polanski

Stop the Pounding Heart, dir Robero Minervini

Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight, dir Stephen FrearsMidnight Screenings

Blind Detective, dir Johnnie To

Monsoon Shootout, dir Amit KumarOut of Competition

Blood Ties, dir Guillaume Canet

All is Lost, dir J. …

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