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Jury chaired by Greta Gerwig with Eva Green and Lily Gladstone arrives at Cannes

Kicking off the 77th edition of the Cannes Film Festival, the competition jury chaired by Greta Gerwig walked the red carpet this Tuesday morning (14) and spoke to the press there. The opening of the event is scheduled for this afternoon, which will already be night in France.

Artists of different nationalities make up the group responsible for choosing the competition's winners. This year, the jury is made up of: Erbu Ceylan Turkish screenwriter and photographer; Lily Gladstone American actress; Eva Green French actress; Nadine Labaki Lebanese actress; Juan Antonio Bayona Spanish director, producer and screenwriter; Pierfranceso Favino Italian actor; Kore-Eda Hirokaxu , Japanese director; It is Omar Sy French actor and producer.

The festival is preparing to welcome big names from the film industry, such as Francis Ford Coppola , George Lucas , Kevin Costner , Meryl Streep , Paolo Sorrentino , Yorgos Lanthimos and more.

Over the next 12 days, dozens of films will be shown at the event and 20 will compete for the festival's main prize, the Palme d'Or. Are they:

  • “Le Deuxième Acte”, by Quentin Dupieux
  • “The Apprentice” by Ali Abbassi
  • “Motel Destino”, by Karim Aïnouz
  • “Bird” by Andrea Arnold
  • “Emilia Perez”, by Jacques Audiard
  • “Anora” by Sean Baker
  • “Megalopolis”, by Francis Ford Coppola
  • “The Shrouds” by David Cronenberg
  • “The Substance” by Coralie Fargeat
  • “Grand Tour”, by Miguel Gomes
  • “Marcello Mio”, by Christophe Honoré
  • “Feng Liu Yi Dai” by Jia Zhang-ke
  • “All We Imagine as Light” by Payal Kapadia
  • “Kinds of Kindness”, by Yorgos Lanthimos
  • “L'Amour Ouf”, by Gilles Lelouche
  • “Diamant Brut”, by Agathe Riedinger
  • “Oh Canada” by Paul Schrader
  • “Limonov – The Ballad”, by Kiril Serebrennikov
  • “Parthenope”, by Paolo Sorrentino
  • “Pigen Med Nalen” by Magnus Von Horn

The Cannes Film Festival runs until May 25th, but the winners in the Feature Film categories will be announced on the 22nd.

Six Brazilians can leave the French city with a prize in hand. One of them being the Palme d'Or. Find out who they are.

Source: CNN Brasil

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