72th Cannes Film Festival Main Competition Jury Announced

72th Cannes Film Festival Main Competition Jury Announced

With the approach of the 72th Cannes Film Festival, which will be held between 14-25 May this year, the curious details about the festival began to emerge one after another. After the announcement of the festival program last week, the names that will take place in the jury of the Main Competition section have been announced today. The films that will be featured in the 72th Cannes Film Festival's “15 Days of Directors” selection are also meeting you in this article.

Mutlu Lazzaro / Lazzaro Felice, who returned with the Best Screenplay award from Cannes; It is about a political and ethical story that blends past and present world with mystical and magical realistic elements. Rohrwacher, an important representative of Auteur cinema, uses socio-political issues in his film with his original language and fairytale universe.

In the Yorgos Lanthimos films, the violence, scream, breath, gesture and most importantly dance figure movies that he prefers to tell or show unsystematic life are frequently seen. It aims to present the audience in their movies by combining the whole area of ​​freedom on one axis…

In addition to his comic books, Enki Bilal is also known for his identity as a filmmaker, and there are three feature films directed by Bunker Palaca Hôtel (1989), Tykho Moon (1996) and Immortel (ad vitam) (2004). Enki Bilal, "someone who walks through the genres, tells stories in the future, vies with the present, and depicts his imaginations blended with anxiety and foresight" (Cantek 2009, p. 9).

"Ida", the Pawel Pawlikowski movie, which was screened at various events all over the world and returned with an award after being screened at the Telluride Film Festival a year ago, was announced by Poland as the best movie Oscar nominee this year.

Kelly Reichardt got a good start with the movie Old Joy and returned with awards from various festivals. The premiere of her last movie, Wendy and Lucy, was made at the Cannes film festival.

Robert Patttinson and Willem Dafoe share the lead roles in this movie, which Robert Eggers shot in black and white with a 35mm camera using equipment from the 1920s and 1940s.

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