Cannes 2009: The Full Programme

We run down nearly 100 films playing in the festival.

by | May 10, 2009 | Comments

The Cannes Film Festival kicks off this coming Wednesday and, as always, RT will be there, soaking in the sights and sounds and reporting our findings. Two weeks of life by the beach in the South of France. It’s a tough job.

Of course, the real thrill of the festival is in its programme of films which, including all the official sidebars, numbers nearly 100 titles – not to mention the thousands that’ll be playing as part of the Marche du Film (Film Market) where eager buyers from all over the world will converge to watch films you’ll probably never hear of, films destined to go straight to DVD in Bolivia only.

So what’s playing? Here’s our handy list of all the films in the Competition, Un Certain Regard, Out of Competition, Midnight Screenings, Special Screenings, Critics’ Week and Director’s Fortnight strands of the festival.

Official Selection
Up (Opening Night)
Broken Embraces
Un Prophete
Bright Star
Map of the Sounds of Tokyo
A L’Origine
The White Ribbon
Taking Woodstock
Looking for Eric
Spring Fever
Enter the Void
Les Herbes Folles
The Time That Remains
Inglourious Basterds
Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky (Closing Night)

Un Certain Regard
Demain des l’aube
Nobody Knows About the Persian Cats
Los Viajes del Viento
Le pere de mes enfants
Tales from the Golden Age
Tale in the Darkness
Air Doll
Politist, Acjectiv
Morrer Como Um Homem
Eyes Wide Open
Samson and Delilah
The Silent Army

Out of Competition
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
L’armee du crime

Midnight Screenings
A Town Called Panic
Drag Me To Hell
Ne te retourne pas

Special Screenings
My Neighbour, My Killer
Min Ye
L’epine dans le coeur
Kalat Hayam

Director’s Fortnight
Les Beaux Gosses
Daniel y Ana
Eastern Plays
La Famille Wolberg
Go Get Some Rosemary
I Love You Phillip Morris
J’ai tue ma mere
Like You Know It All
The Misfortunates
Ne change rien
Oxhide II
La Pivellina
Le Roi de l’evasion
La terre de la folie
Yuki & Nina

Critics’ Week
Ordinary People
Lost Persons Area
Adieu Gary
Bad Day to Go Fishing
Whisper With the Wind
Rien de personel

Stay tuned for more from Cannes.

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