Here’s a full breakdown of who is bringing some of the year’s most-anticipated movies to the UK and US.
By Mark Asch
Léa Seydoux plays a TV journalist in Bruno Dumont’s satire-of-sorts about France’s relationship with its media and itself.
Justin Kurzel’s difficult drama about a notorious mass murderer falls into familiar pitfalls of the true crime genre.
Key awards also went to Nadav Lapid, Apichatpong Weerasethakul and Leos Carax.
A family struggles to deal with the devastating effects of their patriarch’s bipolar disorder in Joachim Lafosse’s tender drama.
A teenage girl finds online fame in Mamoru Hosoda’s internet-age update of Beauty and the Beast.
Cannes favourite Jacques Audiard returns to the Croisette with a low-key love story set around the fringes of the French capital.
By Mark Asch
Tilda Swinton is extraordinary in a film by Apichatpong Weerasethakul which comprises of “pure vibes”.
Mathieu Amalric’s engrossing family drama is further proof that Vicky Krieps is one of the world’s most exciting actors.
Simon Rex is superbly cast in Sean Baker’s sparkling character study of a porn actor well past his pomp.
Abdallah Al-Khatib’s extraordinary documentary captures daily life in the largest Palestinian refugee camp.
Julia Ducournau’s sensational second feature offers an intoxicating mix of grease, gore and gasoline.
Asghar Farhadi’s exceptional Iran-centred drama is a soulful reflection on the morality of crime.
Arnaud Desplechin judiciously adapts Philip Roth’s verbose 1990 novel about an adulterous author.
Ari Folman’s animated retelling of the wartime diarist’s tragic story falls foul of some questionable artistic license.
A masterful dissection of love, memory and autobiography from the ever-wonderful French maestro, Mia Hansen-Løve.
Wes Anderson’s star-studded, multi-chaptered tribute to The New York is his most impressionistic work to date.