- Né quelque part (Homeland) by Mohamed Hamidi with Jamel Debbouze, guests of the Festival for a special screening
- All the films being presented at Cannes Classics 2013
- Kim Novak: guest of honour at the Cannes Classics screening of Vertigo
- Un Certain Regard: Thomas Vinterberg, President of the Jury and The Bling Ring by Sofia Coppola for the opening
- Forest Whitaker and Orlando Bloom in Zulu by Jérôme Salle to close the 66th Festival
- Audrey Tautou will host the ceremonies of the 66th Festival
- THE GREAT GATSBY by Baz Luhrmann is the opening film of the 66th Festival de Cannes and in all the cinemas in France
- For L’Atelier’s 9th edition, 15 projects from 14 countries have been selected.
- Jane Campion will preside over the short films and Cinéfondation Jury.
- India, special guest country in Cannes in 2013 to celebrate a century of its cinema.
Interview with Vidya BalanFeature Films Jury
Behind the Candelabra directed by Steven SoderberghCompetition
La Grande Bellezza by Paolo SorrentinoIn Competition
Sarah Prefers to Run by Chloé RobichaudUn Certain Regard
Bastards by Claire DenisUn Certain Regard
Homeland (Né quelque part) by Mohamed HamidiSpecial Screening
Wakolda by Lucia PuenzoUn Certain Regard
Shepard & Dark by Treva WurmfeldCannes Classics
Join us on a journey through the greatest filmmaking countries. Our short articles summarize the history of cinema as seen through the eyes of specialists. Each text is brought to life...
POLAND by Christian Szafraniak
In France, when we think of Polish cinema, a few names spring to mind: Polanski, Wajda, Kieslowski, Zulawski, Skolimowski, and maybe also Munk, Kawalerowicz and Has. A slightly older...
GERMANY by Wim Wenders
Dreamed up before the Second World War (Louis Lumière should have been its first President!), the Festival didn´t actually get underway until 1946 — one effect of Germany's most...
UNITED KINGDOM by Gilles Jacob
“There is no such thing as British cinema,” François Truffaut once said, never at a loss for provocative exaggeration. Well, well! Who would have thought that our...
The Missing Picture (L'Image manquante): Cannes Review www.hollywoodreporter.com - Neil Young, the 20/05/2013
Acclaimed Cambodian-French director Rithy Panh returns to the subject of the Khmer Rouge for this autobiographical documentary,...
'Seduced and Abandoned' Director James Toback on Turning the Cameras on Cannes www.hollywoodreporter.com - Gregg Kilday, the 19/05/2013
"I hope I’m not guilty of a horrifying amount of megalomania," says the director, who talks working...
Borgman: Cannes Review www.hollywoodreporter.com - David Rooney, the 19/05/2013
Dutch writer-director Alex van Warmerdam unleashes a cultish group of evil intruders on an upper middle class family in this Cannes competition entry. The first Dutch feature in the main Cannes competition...