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Cannes Festival: Full 2014 Lineup

Opener
Grace of Monaco (1)
Olivier Dahan, France-U.S.-Belgium-Italy

Competition
The Captive
Atom Egoyan, Canada

Clouds of Sils Maria
Olivier Assayas, France-Switzerland-Germany

Foxcatcher
Bennett Miller, U.S.

Goodbye to Language
Jean-Luc Godard, Switzerland

The Homesman (2)
Tommy Lee Jones, U.S.

Jimmy’s Hall
Ken Loach, U.K.-Ireland-France

Leviathan
Andrei Zvyagintsev, Russia

Le Meraviglie
Alice Rohrwacher, Italy-Switzerland-Germany

Maps to the Stars
David Cronenberg, Canada-U.S.-France-Germany

Mommy
Xavier Dolan, France-Canada

Mr. Turner
Mike Leigh, U.K.

Saint Laurent
Bertrand Bonello, France

The Search
Michel Hazanavicius, France

Still the Water
Naomi Kawase, Japan

Timbuktu
Abderrahmane Sissako, France

Two Days, One Night
Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, Belgium

Wild Tales
Damian Szifron, Argentina-Spain

Winter Sleep
Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Turkey-Germany-France

Out of Competition
Coming Home
Zhang Yimou, China

How to Train Your Dragon 2 (3)
Dean DeBlois, U.S.

Un Certain Regard
Opener
Party Girl
Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger and Samuel Theis, France

Amour fou
Jessica Hausner, Austria-Luxembourg-Germany

Away From His Absence
Keren Yedaya, Israel

Bird People
Pascale Ferran, France

The Blue Room
Mathieu Amalric, France

Charlie’s Country
Rolf de Heer, Australia

Eleanor Rigby
Ned Benson, U.S.

Fantasia
Wang Chao, China

Force Majeure
Ruben Ostlund, Sweden

A Girl at My Door
July Jung, South Korea

Hermosa juventud
Jaime Rosales, Spain

Incompresa
Asia Argento, Italy-France

In the Name of My Daughter
Andre Techine

Lost River (4)
Ryan Gosling, U.S.

Run
Philippe Lacote, France-Ivory Coast

Salt of the Earth
Wim Wenders and Juliano Ribeiro Salgado, France-Italy-Brazil

Snow in Paradise
Andrew Hulme, U.K.

Titli
Kanu Behl, India

Untitled
Lisandro Alonso, Denmark-U.S.-Argentina

Xenia
Panos Koutras, Greece-France-Belgium

White God
Kornel Mundruczo

Midnight Screenings
The Rover (5)
David Michod, Australia

The Salvation
Kristian Levring, Denmark

The Target
Yoon Hong-seung, South Korea

Special Screenings
Bridges of Sarajevo
Aida Begic, Isild le Besco, Leonardo di Constanzo, Jean-Luc Godard, Kamen Kalev, Sergei Loznitsa, Vincenzo Marra, Ursula Meier, Vladimir Perisic, Cristi Puiu, Marc Recha, Angela Schanelec, Teresa Villaverde

Caricaturistes: Fantassins de la democratie
Stephanie Valloatto, France

Maidan
Sergei Loznitsa, Ukraine

Red Army
Gabe Polsky

Silvered Water
Mohammed Oussama and Wiam Bedirxan, Syria-France

El Ardor
Pablo Fendrik

Of Men and War
Laurent Becue-Renard

The Owners
Adilkhan Yerzhanov

Geronimo
Tony Gatlif

Celebration of the 70th Anniversary of Le Monde
Les Gens du Monde
Yves Jeuland, France

Directors Fortnight
Opener
Girlhood
Celine Sciamma, France

Features
Alleluia
Fabrice Du Welz, Belgium-France

Catch Me Daddy
Daniel Wolfe, U.K.

Cold in July
Jim Mickle, U.S.

Eat Your Bones
Jean-Charles Hue, France

Fighters
Thomas Cailley, France

Gett: Le proces de Viviane Amsalem
Ronit and Shlomi Elkabetz, France-Israel-Germany

A Hard Day
Kim Seong-hun, South Korea

National Gallery
Frederick Wiseman, France-U.S.

Next to Her
Asaf Korman, Israel

Queen and Country (6)
John Boorman, Ireland-U.K.

Refugiado
Diego Lerman, Argentina-France-Germany

The Tale of Princess Kaguya
Isao Takahata, Japan

These Final Hours
Zak Hilditch, Australia

Tu dors Nicole
Stephane Lafleur, Canada

Whiplash
Damien Chazelle, U.S.

Special Screenings
Li’l Quinquin
Bruno Dumont, France

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
Tobe Hooper, U.S.

Closer
Pride
Matthew Warchus, U.K.

Critics’ Week
Features
Darker Than Midnight
Sebastiano Riso, Italy

Gente de bien
Franco Lolli, Colombia

Hippocrate
Thomas Lilti, France Closing night film

Hope
Boris Lojkine, France

It Follows,
David Robert Mitchell, U.S.

F.L.A. Faire l’Amour
Djinn Carrenard, France

Opening Night Film
Self Made
Shira Geffen, Israel

The Tribe
Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy, Ukraine

When Animals Dream
Jonas Alexander Arnby, Denmark

Special Screenings
Respire
Melanie Laurent, France

The Kindergarten Teacher
Nadav Lapid, Israel

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