What Cannes movies are there after the Oscars? “Triangle of Sorrows”, Wiki Cripps

Cannes sets up audience hits and winners for global box office success; some even go to the Oscars.

where to win Cannes What does that mean in the long run? It depends on which one – the Palme d’Or and the Performance Award are more influential than any of the nine awards. For every Oscar-nominated Penelope Cruz in ‘Wolff’ or Rooney Mara in ‘Carol’, there’s a Renate Reinsway, who won the “World’s Best” Terrible People” but not nominated for an Oscar.

Cannes can help screenplay winners like “The Boy From Heaven” land distribution, including in North America. It improves a film’s chances of being nominated for an Oscar in its home country, even though neither Swedish-Egyptian filmmaker Tariq Saleh’s “The Boy from Heaven” nor Iranian-Denmark’s Ali Abbasi’s “Holy Spider” , who won the Best Actress award for Zal Amir Ibrahim. Journalists seeking justice for slain prostitutes will be presented by Egypt or Iran, respectively. Both filmmakers are unwelcome figures in these countries because they embrace taboo topics. (However, Sweden or Denmark can do this.)

“This film is about women,” Amir Ebrahimi said. “It’s about their bodies, it’s a movie full of hands, feet, breasts, sex, all of which would be impossible in Iran. Thank you Ali Abbasi for being so crazy and so generous, for being so desperate to direct This powerful film.”

“Holy Spider”

Most of the non-English-language films at Cannes that could come out on top in the Oscar race will be competing for best international feature film, although in recent years there have been “Parasite,” “Cold War,” “Drive My Car” and “The Worst Man.” in the World” eventually entered other competitions including screenplay, cinematography, directing and pictures.

Cannes can make a career. “25 filmmakers fell in love with cinema and this Cannes festival for the first time,” said Rossy de Palma, president of the Caméra d’Or jury, which voted for the first film award Un Certain Regard “War Pony,” a homegrown story directed by Riley Keough and Gina Gammell, the only U.S. winner at Cannes; David Cronenberg’s “Future Crime,” Kelly Reichardt’s “Showing Up” and James Gray’s critically acclaimed “Armageddon Time” didn’t stand out from the competition jury.

After two weeks of debate on the 21 films, the jury was in a lively mood. “I am very sad, happy and joyful,” said President Vincent Linden. “I love everything: the people and the films, the electricity that permeates the street air. The jury, both audience and film experts, was so generous, demanding and combative…the engaging and heated debate was exhausting. These decisions were made with considerable Most achieved.”

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Neon performed well at Cannes, winning its third Palme d’Or in a row. Publishers of ‘Titans’ and ‘Parasite’ are sure to push their surprise Palme d’Or winner”Sorrow Triangle,” the distributor won a bidding war for as much as $8 million. Although Swedish filmmaker Ruben Östlund won in 2017 with “The Square,” The hilarious satire of the super-rich became the consensus choice of a diverse jury of men and women, actors and filmmakers. But the film will compete on its merits as an English-language film, which is Österlund The first of its kind. It should prove to be a commercial theatrical release, and an Oscar nomination for the screenplay would be a good choice.

The director kissed every jury member. Trying to entertain and spark post-screening conversations at the same time, he said: “That’s what’s unique about movies, watching together, having something to say, but also having fun, having experiences that we want to share with others.”

Neon will push for Japan’s submission to Cannes regular and 2018 “Pickpocket” Palme d’Or winner, Oscar nominee Hirokazu-eda’s “The Agent,” whose South Korean star Song Kang-ho (“Parasite”) won best actor.It’s a good day for Korea and should be submitted Oscar prize Cannes Director Award winner Park Chan-wook’s moody black cop’decision to leave(Mubi), starring Tang Wei as the femme fatale suspected of murder. This stylish thump can be played for audiences around the world.

“With the pandemic, borders between countries are closed,” Parker said. “Communication is difficult; sometimes it’s complicated. We’re very scared of each other. Cinemas are empty. We’ve beaten the virus and hopefully people can go back to theaters.”

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“decided to leave”

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The joint jury prize went to Poland’s “Eo” (“Hee-haw”), from playful 84-year-old Cannes evergreen Jerzy Skolimowski, who said: “Thank you, my ass, oops!” There will be a dilemma when it comes to Oscar nominations. They had three options: Eight Mountains, directed by husband-and-wife team Charlotte Vandermeersch and Felix Van Groenigen, who studied Italian in Italy. However, the other Belgian winners are the Darden brothers, who are frequent Cannes winners, having previously won the Palme d’Or twice (“Rosetta”, “L’Enfant”) and for which they won the Cannes Film Festival 75th Anniversary Special Award. The TV series Tori and Lokita tells the story of two African refugees being coerced. The film has not yet been released in North America.

The most likely Belgian entry, however, is Lukas Dhont’s tender relationship drama “Close,” which shares an English-language romance with Claire Denis’ “Noonday Star,” directed by Joe Al Starring Wen and Margaret Cooley. The veteran French filmmaker spotted the young actress in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and “went into a state of ecstasy,” she said. Both are distributed by A24.

“For the past few years, we have had to distance ourselves from our loved ones to protect them,” Dhont said. “I realized how much I needed my friends…I wanted to make a tender movie about young people…When you get people close to you, it can be a superpower.”

As is customary, France will have several candidates for Oscar nominations, including the competition title “Mother and Son” from Léonor Seraille; neither Arnaud Desplechin’s “Brothers and Sisters” nor Michel Hazanavicius’s opening comedy “Final Cut” have received enough welcome and cannot be a strong candidate. Mia Hansen-Love’s Léa Seydoux romance “A Good Morning” (a Sony movie classic) inexplicably playing the director’s Fortnight is another possibility.

“Boswellery”

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Austria could submit acclaimed filmmaker Marie Kreutzer’s irreverent costume drama Corsage, starring multi-talented Berlin actress Vicky Krepps (2021 Cannes Film Festival). “Isle of Bergman”) as the rebellious Austro-Hungarian Empress Elisabeth (“Sissi”), which many believed should have been programmed into the game. Cripps shared the Un Certain Regard award for best actress. Correctly handled by IFC Films, revisionist slices of 19th-century royal life can compete for best actress and best costume design, as well as international feature films.

When it comes to documentaries, Cannes has struggled to find the best slot for the year’s best documentaries, ceding the field to Sundance and other festivals from Tribeca to Toronto to New York. The most compelling documentary, Brett Morgan’s “Moonlight Daydream” (neon), an IMAX-bound kaleidoscope portrait of David Bowie, debuted in the midnight segment, while Ethan Cohen’s “Jerry Lee Lewis: Trouble in the Mind” (A24) and Shaunak Sen’s lyrical portrait of the Delhi Black Kite, premiered “All Breaths” (HBO) at Sundance, winning the 2022 Cannes Documentary Jury Prize. All could be Oscar contenders.

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“Elvis”

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As for the more mainstream Cannes premiere, Joseph Kosinski’s “Top Gun: The Maverick” starring Tom Cruise was a hit at the box office and is likely to be the same as most studio sequels. Competing in the Oscars Technology category. Screenplay nominations from writers Ellen Kruger, Eric Warren Singer and Christopher McQuarrie are also well-deserved. One Oscar it could win: Lady Gaga’s “Hold My Hand.”

Baz Luhrmann’s dazzling musical biopic “Elvis” (Warner Bros.), which could follow a “Bohemian Rhapsody” script, not only puts Austin Butler among the best Best actor, and another costume Oscar for director and wife Catherine Martin’s Luhrmann, not to mention voice, editing, hair and makeup. As for George Miller’s gorgeous fantasy and romance “Three Thousand Years of Desire,” starring Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton, in theaters in September Special treatment from MGM/UA will be required to last until Oscar season.

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