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2019 Cannes Film Festival: Complete list of films

Cannes Film Festival 2019 poster

The 2019 Cannes Film Festival will run from May 14-25, 2019. It is the 72nd edition of the annual film festival in Cannes, France.

Academy Award-winner filmmaker Alejandro González Iñárritu, 55, is the jury president. Here is the complete list of films to be screened at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival:

In Competition

Jury president: Alejandro González Iñárritu

  1. “The Dead Don’t Die” by Jim Jarmusch of the United States
  2. “Pain and Glory” by Pedro Almodovar of Spain
  3. “The Traitor” by Marco Bellocchio of Italy
  4. “The Wild Goose Lake” by Diao Yinan of China
  5. “Parasite” by Bong Joon-ho of South Korea
  6. “Young Ahmed” by Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne of Belgium
  7. “Oh Mercy!” by Arnaud Desplechin of France
  8. “Atlantique” by Mati Diop of France
  9. “Matthias and Maxime” by Xavier Dolan of Canada
  10. “Little Joe” by Jessica Hausner of Austria
  11. “Sorry We Missed You” by Ken Loach of England
  12. “Les Miserables” by Ladj Ly of France
  13. “A Hidden Life” by Terrence Malick of the United States
  14. “Bacurau” by Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles of Brazil
  15. “The Whistlers” by Corneliu Porumboiu of Romania
  16. “Frankie” by Ira Sachs of the United States
  17. “Portrait of a Lady on Fire” by Céline Sciamma of France
  18. “It Must Be Heaven” by Elia Suleiman of Israel
  19. “Sibyl” by Justine Triet of France

Un Certain Regard

Jury president: Nadine Labaki

  1. “Invisible Life” by Karim Aïnouz of Brazil
  2. “Beanpole” by Kantemir Balagov of Russia
  3. “The Swallows of Kabul” by Zabou Breitman and Eléa Gobé Mévellec of France
  4. “A Brother’s Life” by Monia Chokri of Canada
  5. “The Climb” by Michael Covino of the United States
  6. “Joan of Arc” by Bruno Dumont of France
  7. “A Sun That Never Sets” by Olivier Laxe of Spain
  8. “Room 212” by Christophe Honoré of France
  9. “Port Authority” by Danielle Lessovitz of the United States
  10. “Papicha” by Mounia Meddour of France
  11. “Adam” by Maryam Touzani of Morocco
  12. “Zhuo Ren Mi Mi” by Midi Z of Taiwan
  13. “Liberte” by Albert Serra of Spain
  14. “Bull” by Annie Silverstein of the United States
  15. “Summer of Changsha” by Zu Feng of China
  16. “Evge” of Nariman Aliev of Ukraine

Out of Competition

  1. “Rocketman” by Dexter Fletcher of the United Kingdom
  2. “The Best Years of Life” by Claude Lelouch of France
  3. “Too Old to Die Young” (2 Episodes) by Nicolas Winding Refn of Denmark
  4. “Diego Maradona” by Asif Kapadia of England
  5. “Belle Epoque” by Nicolas Bedos of France

Special Screenings

  1. “Share” by Pippa Bianco of the United States
  2. “For Sama” by Waad Al Kateab and Edward Watts of Syria
  3. “Family Romance, LLC” by Werner Herzog of Germany
  4. “Tommaso” by Abel Ferrara of the United States
  5. “To Be Alive and Know It” by Alain Cavalier of France

Cinéfondation and Short Films

Jury president: Claire Denis

Watch the announcement of 2019 Cannes Film Festival films here:

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