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2024 Cannes Film Festival: Sergei Loznitsa, Leos Carax, Alain Guiraudie, Claire Simon & Noemie Merlant Pack Cannes

The Cannes Premiere section stocked up on films from France with Alain Guiraudie's Misericorde among the mix, the Out of Competition section added a Canuck oddity from Winnipeger Guy Maddin and co., the Midnight Section Screenings landed Nicolas Cage starring The Surfer by Lorcan Finnegan and Sergei Loznitsa once again drops a docu film on the Croisette with an item in the Special Screenings section. Here are nineteen titles that dropped this morning: CANNES PREMIERE “C’est Pas Moi,” Leos Carax “En Fanfare” (“The Matching Bang”), Emmanuel Courcol “Everybody Loves Touda,” Nabil Ayouch “Le Roman de Jim,” Arnaud Larrieu and Jean-Marie Larrieu “Misericorde,” Alain Guiraudie “Rendez-Vous Avec Pol Pot,” Rithy Panh OUT OF COMPETITION “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga,” George Miller “Horizon, an American Saga,” Kevin Costner “Rumours,” Evan Johnson, Galen Johnson, Guy Maddin “She’s Got No Name,” Chan Peter Ho-Sun MIDNIGHT SCREENINGS “I, the Executioner,” Seung Wan Ryoo “The Balconettes” (“Les Femmes au Balcon”), Noemie Merlant “The Surfer,” Lorcan Finnegan “Twilight of the Warrior Walled In,” Soi Cheang SPECIAL SCREENINGS “Apprendre,” Claire Simon “The Beauty of Gaza” (“La Belle de Gaza”), Yolande Zauberman “Ernest Cole, Lost and Found,” Raoul Peck “L’Invasion,” Sergei Loznitsa “Le Fil,” Daniel Auteuil

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