Frederick Wiseman and Raymond Depardo will be honored, while “The French Connection” and “The Exorcist” director William Friedkin will give the annual Cinema Masterclass at the Cannes Film Festival.

Cannes Classics, the sidebar dedicated to restored heritage films, unveiled on Wednesday its 2016 lineup, which includes the world premiere preview of Bertrand Tavernier’s documentary about French cinema, “Voyage à travers le cinéma français.”

The program will screen Depardo’s “Faits Divers” (1983) and Wiseman’s “Hospital” (1969), as well as Friedkin’s “Sorcerer” (1977) following his masterclass — hosted by film critic Michel Ciment on May 18.

Pietro Germi’s “Signore & signori” and Claude Lelouch’s “Un Homme et une femme,” which both won the Palme d’or in 1966 (that year’s jury was presided over by Sophia Loren), as well as Georges Rouquier’s “Farrebique” will also play the fest.

Cannes Classics will premiere new restorations of Andrei Tarkovsky’s “Solaris” and Jean-Luc Godard’s “Masculin féminin” as well as films from Kenji Mizoguchi, Marlon Brando, Jacques Becker and Mario Bava.

Most of the pics will be released in theaters and on DVD/Blu-ray. The Cannes Classics program will be screened at Paris’ Les Fauvettes theater, the festival Cinema Rittrovato in Bologna and the Institut Lumière in Lyon.

Here’s the full lineup:

Documentaries About Cinema

• The Cinema Travelers by Shirley Abraham and Amit Madheshiya (2016, 1h36, India)

• The Family Whistle by Michele Russo (2016, 1h05, Italy)

• Cinema Novo by Eryk Rocha (2016, 1h30, Brazil)

• Midnight Returns: The Story of Billy Hayes and Turkey by Sally Sussman (2016, 1h39, USA)

• Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fischer and Debbie Reynolds by Alexis Bloom and Fisher Stevens (2016, 1h35, USA)

• Gentleman Rissient by Benoît Jacquot, Pascal Mérigeau and Guy Seligmann (2015, 1h14 minutes, France)

• Close encounters with Vilmos Zsigmond by Pierre Filmon (2016, 1h22, France)

• Et La femme créa Hollywood (Women Who Run Hollywood) by Clara and Julia Kuperberg (2015, 52mn, France)

• Bernadette Lafont et Dieu créa la femme by Esther Hoffenberg (2016, 65mn, France)

Restored Prints

• Die letzte Chance (The Last Chance) by Leopold Lindtberg (1945, 1h53, Switzerland)

• Dolina Miru (Valley of Peace) by France Stiglic (1956, 1h30, Slovenia)

• Ikarie XB 1 by Jindřich Polák (1963, 1h28, Czech Republic)

• Jago hua savera (Day Shall Dawn) by Aaejay Kardar (1958, 1h34, Pakistan)

• Memorias del subdesarrollo (Memories of the Underdevelopment) by Tomás Gutiérrez Alea (1968, 1h37, Cuba)

• Santi-Vina by Thavi Na Bangchang (1954, 1h54, Thailand)

• Szerelem (Love) by Károly Makk (1971, 1h32, Hungary)

• Howards End by James Ivory (1992, 2h20, United Kingdom/Japan)

• Decakolog 5 (Thou shalt not kill) and 6 (Thou shalt not commit adultery) by Krzysztof Kieślowski (1989, 57mn et 58mn, Poland)

• Momotarô, Umi no shinpei (Momotaro, Sacred Sailors) by Mitsuyo Seo (1945, 1h14, Japan)

• One-Eyed Jacks by Marlon Brando (1961, 2h21, USA)

• Solyaris (Solaris) by Andreï Tarkovski (1972, 2h47, Russian Federation)

• Ugetsu monogatari (Ugetsu) by Kenji Mizoguchi (1953, 1h37, Japan)

• Dragées au poivre (Pepper Candy) by Jacques Baratier (1963, 1h34, France)

• Valmont by Milos Forman (1989, 2h17, France)

• Gueule d’amour by Jean Grémillon (1937, 1h32, France)

• Masculin féminin by Jean-Luc Godard (1966, 1h50, France)

• Indochine by Régis Wargnier (1992, 2h32, France)

• Adieu Bonaparte by Youssef Chahine (1984, 1h55, France/Egypt)

• Pit and The Pendulum by Roger Corman (1961, 1h20, USA)

• Rendez-vous de juillet by Jacques Becker (1949, 1h39, France)

Special Screenings

• Terrore nello spazio (Planet of the Vampires) (1965, 1h28, Italy/Spain) by Mario Bava

•Tiempo de morir by Arturo Ripstein (1966, 1h30, Mexico)