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The Posters of the 2012 Cannes Competition →

Post Tenebras Lux

On Mubi, a sneak preview of some of the most awaited films of the year.

Never judge a film by its cover…? Time will tell!

— 2 years ago
#Cannes  #Film Festival  #Posters 
Piero Messina heading to Cannes →

The new short film by Piero Messina will have its world première in Cannes.

Terra has been selected for the Cinéfondation, with other 14 films, out of more than 1.700 submissions. Good luck to our friend Piero, formerly in competition at Milano Film Festival with Un’altra volta.

— 2 years ago
#Piero Messina  #Cannes  #Cinéfondation 
Did The 2012 Cannes Competition Lineup Just Get Leaked? →

The internet is abuzz with an alleged leak from the Cannes Film Festival that saw a list of 24 films apparently making up its official 2012 competition listed on the official Cannes site and then quickly removed… 

— 2 years ago
#cannes  #festival  #leak  #france 
Moonrise Kingdom, the new film by Wes Anderson, was chosen as Opening Film at Cannes Film Festival. As usual, music supervisor for the film was Randall Poster. Congratulations, Fantastic Mr. Poster!
— 2 years ago
#Moonrise Kingdom  #Wes Anderson  #Randall Poster  #Cannes 
Runar Runarsson - winner of short film competition at MFF 2008 - is in Cannes with his first feature film.
We look forward to seeing it soon!
— 3 years ago with 2 notes
#MilanoFilmFestival  #independent cinema  #cannes  #iceland 
Festival de Cannes - From 11 to 22 may 2011 →

Waiting to watch the selected films, here are some trailers. See you on the croisette!

— 3 years ago
#cannes  #trailer  #france  #festival 
Unstoppable von Trier

As Melancholia is about to start its Festival tour, Lars von Trier is already working on a new feature film, likely to be named The Nymphomaniac.

A woman’s discovery of her own sexuality…are you ready for a new, controversial masterpiece?

— 3 years ago with 1 note
#lars von trier  #the nymphomaniac  #melancholia  #cannes  #future projects  #danish cinema