Cannes Festival 2022: The competition films in pictures
Cannes Film Festival opens next week for it’s 75th edition, with Virginia Efira kicking things off as Mistress of Ceremonies and Vincent Lindon heading up a gender-balanced jury of film dignitaries from all over the world.
From David Cronenberg to Park Chan-wook, Kelly Reichardt to Claire Denis, auteurs lead at this year’s festival in what promises to be a glittering lineup. We have put together a roundup in pictures of all 21 of the films entering in the competition. Here’s a peek at what’s in store.
Armageddon Time James Gray – United States
Boy from Heaven Tarik Saleh – Sweden
Broker (브로커) Hirokazu Kore-eda – South Korea
Brother and Sister (Frère et sœur) Arnaud Desplechin – France
Close Lukas Dhont – Belgium, Netherlands, France
Crimes of the Future David Cronenberg – Canada, Greece, France
Decision to Leave (헤어질 결심) Park Chan-wook – South Korea
The Eight Mountains (Le otto montagne) Charlotte Vandermeersch, Felix van Groeningen – Italy, Belgium
Eo Jerzy Skolimowski – Italy, Poland
Forever Young (Les Amandiers) Valeria Bruni Tedeschi – France
Holy Spider (Les Nuits de Mashhad) Ali Abbasi – France, Germany, Sweden, Denmark
Leila’s Brothers (برادران لیلا) Saeed Roustayi – Iran
Mother and Son (Un petit frère) Léonor Serraille – France
Nostalgia Mario Martone – Italy
Pacifiction (Tourment sur les îles) Albert Serra – France, Spain, Portugal, Germany
RMN Cristian Mungiu – Romania, France
Showing Up Kelly Reichardt – United States
The Stars at Noon Claire Denis – United States, France
Tchaikovsky’s Wife (Жена Чайковского) Kirill Serebrennikov – Russia, France
Tori and Lokita (Tori et Lokita) Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne – Belgium, France
Triangle of Sadness (Ruben Östlund) – Sweden, United Kingdom, United States, France, Greece
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Read reviews and interviews from our Cannes Film Festival 2022 coverage here.
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