Lionsgate's Patrick Wachsberger and Rob Friedman flank Katniss herself, Jennifer Lawrence.
The cast of "The Bling Ring" - Claire Julien, Taissa Farmiga, Katie Chang, Israel Broussard and Emma Watson
Emma Watson is escorted by co-star Israel Broussard.
Un Certain Regard jury members Ilda Santiago and Zhang Ziyi
Emma Watson and Sofia Coppola on the red carpet for Un Certain Regard opener "The Bling Ring."
Claire Julien, Taissa Fariga, Katie Chang, Israel Broussard, Emma Watson and director Sofia Coppola
Un Certain Regard juror Zhang Ziyi
Frederic Pierrot, Geraldine Pailhas, director Francois Ozon, Marine Vacth and Fantin Ravat open Competition film "Young and Beautiful."
Hofit Golan and Mohammed Al Turki
"Rio 2096 - Story of Love and Fury"
This $3 million animation pic by Luiz Bolognesi spans four key moments in Brazil's history through the eyes of underdog survivors. Official selection at Annecy. From Gullane,
Moody debut by Francisco Garcia, this black comedy follows three friends riding Sao Paulo's economic boom. Screened in San Sebastian's New Directors sidebar in 2012. Sales: Alpha Violet. From Kinoosfera/Dezenove.
"Heads or Tails"
Period pic set in 1971 by veteran helmer Ugo Giorgetti turns on drama students preparing a Bertolt Brecht
play under the military dictatorship. From BossaNova, SP Filmes.
Querosene Filmes: Pics In Two Lingos
Querosene (the name means kerosene in Portuguese) produces Spanish-language pics with Argentina's Zarlek (Raphael Geyer Aguinaga's "Juan y la bailarina" and Fernando Fraiha's "The Revenge," in development) and Uruguay's Salado (Manuel Facal's "High Five," in production). Querosene also walks on the other side of the Latin linguistic divide and turns out Brazilian, Portuguese-language pics: Odilon Rocha's "Prime Time Soap" (2012) as well as Tomas Portella's Police Complaint and Pedro Amorim's "Deadbeat Dad," both in development. Shingle was opened in 2009 by former NBCUniversal exec Joao Queiroz and two partners. Queiroz is in Cannes with two new feature projects.
"Reaching for the Moon"By Oscar-nominated director Bruno Barreto, with Gloria Pires, Miranda Otto, Tracy Middendorf. Love story of U.S. Pulitzer-winning poet Elizabeth Bishop and Brazilian urbanist Lota de Macedo Soares. Set in Rio in the '50s and '60s. English-language pic is for the international market. Brazil opening is set for Aug. 16. From the Film Consultancy.
"Rio, I Love You"
Third Cities of Love film consists of 10 shorts by top Brazilian and international helmers, including Fernando Meirelles, Jose Padilha, Guillermo Arriaga and Andrucha Waddington. Begins lensing in July for a 2014 release. From Conspiracao, BossaNova and Empyrean.
"Amazonia - The Green Planet"
Le Pact is selling the live-action 3D pic about a monkey stranded in the forest after a plane crash, from documaker Thierry Ragobert.
This $6 million urban western, directed by Rene Sampaio and co-produced by Globo Filmes, is based on Renato Russo's 1987 ballad. It garnered major Internet buzz prior to May 30 release. From Gavea Filmes, Fogo Cerrado, Republica Pureza.