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    Festival de Cannes 2018 [ 71o Edição ]


    [ 08 a 19 de Maio de 2018 ]


    Cate Blanchett, President of the Jury of the Festival de Cannes 2018



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    Australian actor Cate Blanchett is to be President of the Jury of the Festival de Cannes, the 71st edition of which will be taking place in May 2018.

    “I have been to Cannes in many guises over the years; as an actress, producer, in the marketplace, the Gala-sphere and in Competition,” she declared, “but never solely for the sheer pleasure of watching the cornucopia of films this great festival harbours.”


    Cate Blanchett follows Pedro Almodóvar, Jury President of the 70th edition, whose jury awarded the Palme d’or to The Square by Swedish director Ruben Östlund.


    "I am humbled by the privilege and responsibility of presiding over this year's jury,” she continued. “This festival plays a pivotal role in bringing the world together to celebrate story; that strange and vital endeavour that all peoples share, understand and crave."


    Pierre Lescure, Festival de Cannes President and Thierry Frémaux, General Delegate, said: "We are delighted to welcome such a rare and unique artist whose talent and convictions enrich both screen and stage. Our conversations from this autumn tell us she will be a committed President, a passionate woman and a big-hearted spectator.”



    Cate Blanchett is one of those actors for whom performing is a permanent delight, whatever the role she takes to stage or screen. In film, always under the eye of great directors, she switches between independent ventures and lavish productions, and appears in the credits of all notable contemporary English-language cinema: The Lord of the Rings trilogy by Peter Jackson, Benjamin Button by David Fincher, Babel by Alejandro González Iñárritu, The Life Aquatic by Wes Anderson, The Good German by Steven Soderbergh, Coffee and Cigarettes by Jim Jarmusch. To this non-exhaustive list, we must add Steven Spielberg, Terrence Malick, Sally Potter, Ridley Scott, Woody Allen and Todd Haynes.


    When she is not on screen, Blanchett’s commitment to the theatre all over the world is palpable. Alongside her producing partner Andrew Upton, she was CEO and co-Artistic Director of the Sydney Theatre Company from 2008 to 2013 and Blanchett has won awards for her work on stage in New York, Washington, London, Paris (she performed in Jean Genêt’s The Maids alongside Isabelle Huppert, Jury President in 2009) and also in Sydney, of course, where she soared in Liv Ullman’s production of A Streetcar Named Desire.


    In 2012, Blanchett was awarded the Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French Minister for Culture and also the Centenary Medal for Service to Australian Society, both for her significant contribution to the arts. In 2015, she was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts before she was made a Companion in the Order of Australia in 2017.


    Back on the screen, Blanchett won the 2014 Oscar for best actress for her performance in Blue Jasmine by Woody Allen. This award came in addition to the Oscar she was awarded in 2004 for best supporting actress in The Aviator by Martin Scorsese in which she played an unforgettable Katharine Hepburn – it is the first time that an actress has won an Oscar for playing another actress… who also won an Oscar.


    Cate Blanchett was also nominated for her performance in Carol by Todd Haynes, a film that she co-produced and which was presented in Competition at Cannes in 2015. And not forgetting that in 2008 she also received two Oscar nominations, best actress for Elizabeth the Golden Age by Shekhar Kapur (with whom she collaborated 10 years earlier in Elizabeth) and best supporting actress for I’m Not There by Todd Haynes (for which she won the best actress prize at the Mostra in Venice), making her one of only five actors in the history of the Academy to have been nominated for both categories in the same year.


    Recently, Cate Blanchett was seen in the Marvel super-production Thor: Ragnarok and will be appearing in Ocean’s 8, the first chapter in an entirely female saga, produced by Warner and due to be released after Cannes, late spring 2018. In the same year, she will appear in the highly-anticipated film adaptation of Maria Semple’s Where’d You Go Bernadette, directed by Richard Linklater. She can then be seen in The House with a Clock in its Walls, directed by Eli Roth.


    Cate Blanchett is also a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, where she focuses on issues of statelessness for refugees around the world.
     
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    O Poster do Festival 2018

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    The poster for the Festival de Cannes 2018 features a woman and a man engaged in a passionate kiss.

    The poster of the 71st Festival de Cannes, taken from Jean-Luc Godard’s Pierrot le fou (1965), is inspired by the work of Georges Pierre (1927-2003). This immense still photographer immortalised the shooting of over a hundred films in a 30-year career that began in 1960 with Jacques Rivette, Alain Resnais and Louis Malle. He then worked in partnership with Robert Enrico, Yves Robert, Claude Sautet, Bertrand Tavernier, Andrzej Żuławski, Andrzej Wajda, and of course Jean-Luc Godard.

    Committed to achieving recognition for stills photographers as artists in their own right, Georges Pierre founded the Association des Photographes de Films, tasked with defending the material and moral interests of cinema photographers.

    The poster itself is the work of graphic designer Flore Maquin. Inspired by pop culture, this 27-year-old illustrator blends drawing, painting and digital art in a vibrant and colourful world. A passionate film buff, she works with Universal Pictures, Paramount Channel, Europacorp, Wild Side, and Arte, revisiting or creating alternatives for film posters (www.flore-maquin.com).

    This year’s poster and signatures created by Philippe Savoir (Filifox) / www.filifox.com are available for the journalists use from the Download / Press section of the official website.

    With Édouard Baer as Master of Ceremonies and Cate Blanchett as President of the Jury, the Festival de Cannes will begin on Tuesday, May 8.
     
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    The new film of the Star Wars™ galaxy in the Official Selection. SOLO : A STAR WARS STORY IN CANNES.


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    In 2002, it was Star Wars – Episode II – Attack of the Clones and in 2005, Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith. In 2018, what is one of the greatest legends in the history of cinema returns to the red carpet at the next Festival de Cannes.


    Presented Out of Competition, the latest film of the Star Wars galaxy by Ron Howard brings together Han Solo, his faithful Chewbacca, the crooked Lando Calrissian, the Millenium Falcon and of course the droids...

    The saga's second spin-off will be unveiled on the screen of the Grand Théâtre Lumière. This adventure takes us back to the youth of the famous smuggler, ace pilot and charming scoundrel, Han Solo.


    Written by Lawrence and Jonathan Kasdan, and directed by Ron Howard, who starred in George Lucas' classic American Graffiti and directed numerous popular and critical hits such as Apollo 13 (1995) or A Beautiful Mind (2002, Oscars for best film and director).


    Alongside Alden Ehrenreich (Blue Jasmine, 2013) who plays Han Solo, the cast includes Woody Harrelson (No Country For Old Men, 2007), Emilia Clarke (Terminator Genisys, 2015), Donald Glover (The Martian, 2015), Thandie Newton (Jefferson in Paris, 1995), Phoebe Waller-Bridge (The Iron Lady, 2011), Joonas Suotamo (Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi, 2017) and Paul Bettany (Dogville, 2003).


    Solo : A Star Wars story is produced by Kathleen Kennedy, the President of LucasFilm, with Allison Shearmur and Simon Emanuel. The executive producers are Lawrence Kasdan, Jason McGatlin, Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.


    The screening in the Grand Amphitheatre Lumière at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes promises to be an event for all fans of the saga and everyone in attendance. Solo is distributed by the Walt Disney Company. It will be released in France on May 23, two days before its release in the United States.


    The Cannes International Film Festival, to be held from Tuesday 8 to Saturday 19 May will unveil its selection on Thursday 12 April at 11am.
     
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    Festival de Cannes | Filme sangrento de Nicolas Cage é ovacionado no evento

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    Desacreditado aos olhos de Hollywood dada a quantidade de produções classe B que aceita fazer, Nicolas Cage viveu momentos de glória no Festival de Cannes neste sábado (12), ainda que pelo filme mais B do evento.

    Importado de Sundance, o thriller de horror Mandy é um daqueles longas que nascem cult de tão trash. Dirigido por Panos Cosmatos (cujo pai, George, é o diretor de Stallone Cobra), esta trama de vingança nas raias do sobrenatural une todos os verbos da cartilha do terror gore: tem garganta perfurada, cabeças esmigalhadas, corpos queimados. Enfim, uma festa para quem gosta de espetáculos visuais gastroenterológicos, com um diferencial: traz o ator num despreendimento tão grande, sem levar nada a sério, que faz a podreira na tela passar do lixo ao luxo. Resultado: salvas de palmas sucessivas durante a projeção, na Quinzena dos Realizadores da Croisette. "Sou daqueles guris que cresceram jogando D&D, lendo gibis e ouvindo heavy metal... muito heavy metal, aliás. Tá tudo isso na tela", disse Cosmatos ao apresentar Mandy.

    Na trama, uma seita religiosa meio hippie, meia demoníaca, põe fogo na namorada de Cage. Com uma besta, uma alabarda e uma serra elétrica, ele vai clamar pro vingança. "Idealizei o projeto com a morte do meu pai e ele traz essa marca da sublimação do luto, mas de um jeito divertido", disse Cosmatos, que injeta litros de adrenalina na narrativa e ainda capricha no requinte dos enquadramentos, numa fotogragia sofisticada.

    Na melhor lógica "do terror vieste, ao terror voltarás", o público de Cannes saiu de Mandy para os braços de Hannibal Lecter. É que o festival agendou a exibição nova cópia de O Silêncio dos Inocentes nas areias da Croisette, na mostra Cinema de la Plage.

    Na competição oficial, o dia foi dominado pelo drama Les Filles du Soleil, cuja diretora é a atriz Eva Husson. Sua exibição coincidiu com um protesto de mulheres no tapete vermelho em prol de igualdade salarial e do fim do assédio - saiba mais. O longa pode dar às atrizes Golshifteh Farahani (de Paterson) e Emmanuelle Bercot (de Meu Rei) um prêmio duplo de melhor interpretação. Na trama, uma repórter europeia documenta a luta de um esquadrão de guerreiras do Curdistão, tendo a atormentada Bahar (papel de Golshifteh, executado com brilho) como líder.

    Este sábado cannoise ainda rendeu elogios para o Brasil: a fotografia feita por Gustavo Hadba em O Grande Circo Místico está bem falada em todas as línguas. O longa acompanha dez anos na vida de uma trupe circense. Até o atual Ministro da Cultura, Sérgio Sá Leitão, estava na sessão. O festival termina no dia 19, com a entrega da Palma de Ouro e a exibição do fabular The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, de Terry Gilliam.
     
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    The ghost of Hannibal Lecter haunts the Cinéma de la Plage in The Silence of the Lambs

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    A terrifying film that dramatises an obsessional relationship between a cannibal and a young FBI agent, The Silence of the Lambs – directed by the American Jonathan Demme in 1991 – is now a cinema classic. Here are three good reasons to revisit this superb Oscar-winning thriller at the Cinéma de la Plage.

    For its incredible portrayal of evil
    Anthony Hopkins played Hannibal Lecter, a cannibal and talented psychiatrist, whose disturbing personality has captivated audiences for generations. Due to Lecter's multiple and false personalities – by turns deadly, manipulative and seductive – the character achieved cult status for the personification of evil and went on to feature in numerous other dramas adapted from the novels by Thomas Harris, including Hannibal Rising, directed by Peter Webber, and the TV series Hannibal.

    Because of its all-star cast
    Playing opposite Anthony Hopkins, Jodie Foster took the role of a young FBI recruit, sent to investigate the crimes of a serial killer. Both were awarded Oscars for their performances, winning Best Actor and Best Actress in a Leading Role in 1992. Further Oscars for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Screenplay made this thriller one of the very few films to be awarded the five most prestigious Oscars.

    In tribute to its director
    Jonathan Demme, who passed away in 2017, was a master of shifting between cinema genres. From the Talking Heads concert film to Ricki and the Flash – a dramatic comedy starring Meryl Streep – or the magnificent drama Philadelphia, which earned Tom Hanks an Oscar for Best Actor, and the documentary The Agronomist, his filmography was a reflection of the director himself: committed and courageous.
     
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    “Shoplifters”, de Hirokazu Kore-eda

    Palma de Ouro Especial
    Jean-Luc Godard, por “Le Livre d’Image”

    Grand Prix
    “BlackKklansman”, por Spike Lee

    Documentário
    “Samouni Road”, de Stefano Savona

    Prêmio Especial do Júri
    “Capharnaüm”, de Nadine Labaki

    Direção
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    Atriz
    Samal Yesyamova, por “Ayka”

    Ator
    Marcello Fonte, por “Dogman”

    Roteiro
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    Caméra d’Or (filme de estreia)
    “Girl”, de Lukas Dhont

    Curta-metragem
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    Prêmio da Crítica
    “Burning”, de Lee Chang-Dong

    Prêmio do Júri Ecumênico
    “Capharnaüm”, com menção honrosa para “BlackKklansman”
     
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