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NEW GERMAN FILMS AT CANNES 2011


SATURDAY, 14 MAY ARCADES


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09:30 h Wim Wenders


PINA 103 min


11:30 h Philipp Stölzl


GOETHE! 102 min


15:30 h Christian Petzold


DREILEBEN – ETWAS


BESSERES ALS DEN TOD DREILEBEN – BEATS BEING DEAD 88 min


17:10 h Dominik Graf


DREILEBEN –


KOMM MIR NICHT NACH DREILEBEN – DON’T FOLLOW ME AROUND 88 min


18:50 h Christoph Hochhäusler


DREILEBEN –


EINE MINUTE DUNKEL DREILEBEN – ONE MINUTE OF DARKNESS 90 min


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20:30 h Sebastian Dehnhardt


KLITSCHKO 110 min


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FESTIVAL & PRESS 10:00PM


RETURN (US) Drama, 100mins. Dir: Liza Johnson. Key cast: Linda Cardellini, Michael Shannon, John Slattery. Back from a tour of duty, Kelli can’t wait to rejoin her old life in the rust belt


9:15PM


HABEMUS PAPAM (Italy) Comedy, 104mins. Dir: Nanni Moretti. Key cast: Nanni Moretti, Michel Piccoli, Jerzy Stuhr. The newly elected Pope gets stage fright right before his confirmation, leaving millions stranded in a spiritual waiting room. His advisors, unable to convince him he is the right man for the job, seek help from a renowned psychiatrist (and atheist) to talk him off the couch and onto St Peter’s balcony. Competition Salle Bunuel


9:30PM


E LA NAVE VA (Italy) Drama, 128mins. Dir: Federico Fellini Late classic from the Italian master. Cinema on the Beach Plage Mace


WU XIA (Hong Kong) Action, 116mins. Dir: Peter Ho-Sun Chan. Key cast: Donnie Yen, Takeshi Kaneshiro, Wei Tang Out of Competition Salle du Soixantieme


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FOOTNOTE (HEARAT SHULAYIM) (France) Drama, 104mins. Dir: Joseph Cedar. Key cast: Shlomo Bar Aba, Lior Ashkenzani. Competition Grand Theatre Lumiere


10:00PM


17 GIRLS (17 FILLES) (France) Drama, 90mins. Dir: Delphine Coulin, Muriel Coulin. Key cast: Esther Garrel, Juliette Darche, Louise Grinberg. Miramar Critics’ Week


THE KID WITH A BIKE (Belgium) Drama, 87mins. Dirs: Jean-Pierre, Luc Dardenne. Key cast: Cecile De France. Competition, press screening Salle Bazin


THE OTHER SIDE OF SLEEP (France) Drama, 91mins. Dir: Rebecca Daly. Key cast: Antonia Campbell-Hughes, Gina Moxley. Directors’ Fortnight Studio 13


RETURN See box, above


town she’s always lived in. She’s ready to experience the feelings of everyday life. Slowly, though, she realises that her everyday life does not resemble the one she left. Directors’ Fortnight Theatre Croisette


THE SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO (France) Drama, 107mins. Dir: Robert Guediguian. Key cast: Anais Demoustier, Ariane Ascaride. Un Certain Regard, press screening Salle Debussy


10:30PM


THE SILENCE OF JOAN (JEANNE CAPTIVE) (France) Historical drama, 92mins. Dir: Philippe Ramos. Key cast: Bernard Blancan, Clemence Poesy. Jeanne d’Arc is sold to the English. Between the walls that imprison her and the stake at which she will perish, men attempt to approach this young woman who embodies the infinite. Directors’ Fortnight Cinema Les Arcades 1


11:45PM


BOLLYWOOD— THE GREATEST LOVE STORY EVER TOLD (India) Documentary, 81mins. Dir: R. Omprakash Mehra, Jeffrey Zimbalist. Out of Competition Grand Theatre Lumiere


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