Cannes 2009 : Ken Loach, Almodovar, Tarantino, Resnais...
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- Pedro Almodovar: Shattered hugs with Penelope Cruz
- Andrea Arnold: Fish Tank
- Jacques Audiard: A Prophet
- Marco Bellochio: Vincere
- Jane Campion: Bright Star
- Isabel Coixet: Map of the Sounds of Tokyo
- Xavier Giannoli: The Origin
- Michael Haeneke: White Ribbon
- Ang Lee: Taking Woddstock
- Ken Loach: Looking for Eric with Eric Cantona
- Lou Ye: Night of drunkenness springlike
- Brillante Mendoza:
- Gaspar Noé: Suddenly the Empty
- Park Chan-wook: Thirst This is my blood
- Alain Resnais: Les Herbes Folles
- Elia Suleiman: The Time That Remains
- Quentin Tarantino: Inglourious basterd with Brad Pitt
- Johnnie To: Vengeance with Johnny Hallyday
- Tsai Ming-liang: Faces with Laetitia Casta
- Lars Von Trier: Antichrist with Charlotte Gainsbourg
- Isabelle Huppert, President
- Asia Argento
- Nuri Bilge Ceylan
- Lee Chang-dong
- James Gray
- Robin Wright Penn
- Shu Qi
- Hanif Kureishi
Up, the animated Disney / Pixar, will open the festival will be screened while closing Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky Jan Kounen.
Agora by Alejandro Amenabar and The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, directed by Terry Gilliam, will be presented out of competition. The main actor of the film, Heath Ledger (the Joker in The Dark Knight) died during the shooting. His role was taken for several scenes from Johnny Depp, Colin Farrell and Jude Law.
The category Un Certain Regard especially welcome Alain Cavalier with Irene, Pavel Lounguine with Czar, Vincent Cassel as an actor in a deriva de Heitor Dahlia. Michel Gondry will receive one of six "special sessions" for The Thorn in the Heart, a documentary su aunt. Three sessions midnight "are also planned: Panique au Village, a first film by Jamie O'Brien; Until Hell (Drag Me to Hell) by Sam Raimi; Ne te retourne pas de Marina De Van with Monica Bellucci and Sophie Marceau. Moreover, a tribute will be made to the 400 Coups de François Truffaut, for the 50th anniversary of the film's release.
The official selection includes 52 feature films including 20 films in official competition, 20 films in the Un Certain Regard, films in special screenings and films out of competition.
As for the official poster of the 62nd Cannes Film Festival, it was created by Annick Durban. Inspired by a frame of L'Avventura (1960), a masterpiece of timeless Italian filmmaker Michelangelo Antonioni, it is a mysterious female figure, as laid down in its movement, which "appears to open a window to the magic of cinema and Calls to dream ... ".
The designer of this poster has developed a complete design, publications to the decorations of the Palais des Festivals in Cannes.