Rushes. Cannes Film Festival Trailers

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As our team heads to France this week to bring you coverage of the Cannes Film Festival—and our Rushes goes on pause for a week or two—here are the latest trailers of the selection that have been released:
  • An utterly delightful peek at Bruno Dumont's musical Jeannette: The Childhood of Joan of Arc.
  • American indie directors Josh and Bennie Safdie get a big upgrade to the spotlight of the Competition in Cannes with Good Time, co-starring Robert Pattinson.
  • The trailer for one of two Hong Sang-soo films at the festival, the Competition-selection The Day After...
  • ...and the second Hong film, in Special Screenings and co-starring Isabelle Huppert, Claire's Camera. An obvious shoo-in for the Palm Dog award!
  • Agnès Varda and JR's Visages Villages, screening Out of Competition.
  • Jacques Doillon's Rodin, starring Vincent Lindon, in Competition.
  • Mathieu Amalric's Barbara, co-starring Jeanne Balibar, which opens the Un Certain Regard section.
  • Naomi Kawase's Radiance, in Competition.
  • Léa Mysius's Ava, which is showing in Critics' Week.
  • François Ozon's L'amant double, in Competition.
  • Michel Hazanavicius's why-did-they-make-that-film on Anne Wiazemsky and Jean-Luc Godard, Redoubtable, starring Louis Garrel as Godard. (It is worth noting that Louis's father, Phillip, has a new film showing in Directors' Fortnight, Lover for a Day.)


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