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6 horas atrás, Kelvin disse:

imagina se the irishman aparece na competição? 

benedetta vai ganhar best Picture no oscar antes disso acontecer

os franceses não arrastam o pé de jeito nenhum com a lei do streaming

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8 minutos atrás, 1x1 disse:

benedetta vai ganhar best Picture no oscar antes disso acontecer

os franceses não arrastam o pé de jeito nenhum com a lei do streaming

 

kkkk

 

tbm nem acho que seja o objetivo deles. devem jogar todas as cartas no oscar. acjo que nem veneza seria um bom negócio

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Films from a number of big-name returning auteurs – including Xavier Dolan, Pedro Almodovar, Terrence Malick, Bong Joon-ho and Ken Loach – appear to have a lock on competing at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, making for a stronger and starrier lineup than last year’s slate, sources tell Variety.

 

Dolan’s “Matthias & Maxime” (in which he stars), Almodovar’s self-reflective “Pain & Glory” and two-time Palme d’Or winner Loach’s “Sorry We Missed You” are set to join Jim Jarmusch’s previously announced opening film, “The Dead Don’t Die,” in competition, sources say. Other high-profile Cannes alumni who appear poised to return in competition include Malick, with his World War II drama “A Hidden Life” (previously titled “Radegund”); Bong, with “Parasite”; Marco Bellocchio, with his Mafia thriller “Traitor”; Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, with “Ahmed,” a look at religious fundamentalism in Europe; and Brazilian director Kleber Mendonça Filho, with “Nighthawk.”

 

Two titles from competition first-timers appear pretty much set: “Frankie,” from Sundance-winning U.S. helmer Ira Sachs, starring Isabelle Huppert (“Elle”), and “Portrait of a Lady on Fire,” an 18th century-set female-driven drama from French director Celine Sciamma.

 

https://variety.com/2019/film/global/cannes-xaiver-dolan-pedro-almodovar-ken-loach-terrence-malick-competition-1203190447/

 

If Tarantino’s pic can’t make it to the festival, Sony has another glamorous option for the competition: Greta Gerwig’s star-studded “Little Women,” which is also in post but should be ready in time for a Cannes premiere, according to an industry source.

 

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39 minutos atrás, Nep disse:

Films from a number of big-name returning auteurs – including Xavier Dolan, Pedro Almodovar, Terrence Malick, Bong Joon-ho and Ken Loach – appear to have a lock on competing at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, making for a stronger and starrier lineup than last year’s slate, sources tell Variety.

 

Dolan’s “Matthias & Maxime” (in which he stars), Almodovar’s self-reflective “Pain & Glory” and two-time Palme d’Or winner Loach’s “Sorry We Missed You” are set to join Jim Jarmusch’s previously announced opening film, “The Dead Don’t Die,” in competition, sources say. Other high-profile Cannes alumni who appear poised to return in competition include Malick, with his World War II drama “A Hidden Life” (previously titled “Radegund”); Bong, with “Parasite”; Marco Bellocchio, with his Mafia thriller “Traitor”; Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, with “Ahmed,” a look at religious fundamentalism in Europe; and Brazilian director Kleber Mendonça Filho, with “Nighthawk.”

 

Two titles from competition first-timers appear pretty much set: “Frankie,” from Sundance-winning U.S. helmer Ira Sachs, starring Isabelle Huppert (“Elle”), and “Portrait of a Lady on Fire,” an 18th century-set female-driven drama from French director Celine Sciamma.

 

https://variety.com/2019/film/global/cannes-xaiver-dolan-pedro-almodovar-ken-loach-terrence-malick-competition-1203190447/

 

If Tarantino’s pic can’t make it to the festival, Sony has another glamorous option for the competition: Greta Gerwig’s star-studded “Little Women,” which is also in post but should be ready in time for a Cannes premiere, according to an industry source.

 

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