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Cannes Film Festival announces 2020 lineup

The Cannes Film Festival in France announces 2020 lineup.

The 2020 edition of the Cannes Film Festival in France has announced lineup on Wednesday.

In spite of the cancellation of the event due to the coronavirus, the Cannes has selected 56 movies for its Official Selection in honor of the movies. The selected movies are all in one list this year.

A number of the chosen movies will go on the festival’s screen later this year.

Here is the full lineup of the Cannes 2020:

‘The French Dispatch’ by Wes Anderson from the US

‘Summer of 85’ by François Ozon from France

‘True Mothers’ by Naomi Kawase from Japan

‘Lovers Rock’ by Steve McQueen from the UK

‘Mangrove’ by Steve McQueen from the UK

‘Another Round’ by Thomas Vinterberg from Denmark

‘DNA’ by Maïwenn from France and Algeria

‘Last Words’ by Jonathan Nossiter from the US

‘Heaven: To the Land of Happiness’ by Hong Sang-soo from South Korea

‘Forgotten We’ll Be’ by Fernando Trueba from Spain

‘Peninsula’ by Yeon Sang-ho from South Korea

‘In the Dusk’ by Sharunas Bartas from Lithuania

‘Home Front’ by Lucas Belvaux from Belgium

‘The Real Thing’ by Koji Fukada from Japan

‘Passion Simple’ by Danielle Arbid from Lebanon

‘A Good Man’ by Marie Castille Mention-Schaar from France

‘Les Choses Qu’on Dit, Les Choses Qu’on Fait’ by Emmanuel Mouret from France

‘Squad’ by Ayten Amin from Egypt

‘Limbo’ by Ben Sharrock from the UK

‘Red Soil’ by Farid Bentoumi from France

‘Sweat’ by Magnus Von Horn from Sweden

‘Teddy’ by Ludovic and Zoran Boukherma from France

‘February’ by Kamen Kalev from Bulgaria

‘Ammonite’ by Francis Lee from the UK

‘Un Médecin de Nuit’ by Elie Wajeman from France

‘Enfant Terrible’ by Oskar Roehler from Germany

‘Nadia, Butterfly’ by Pascal Plante from Canada

‘Falling’ by Viggo Mortensen from the US

‘Pleasure’ by Ninja Thyberg from Sweden

‘Slalom’ by Charlène Favier from France

‘Memory House’ by Joao Paulo Miranda Maria from Brazil

‘Broken Keys’ by Jimmy Keyrouz from Lebanon

‘Ibrahim’ by Samir Guesmi from France

‘Beginning’ by Dea Kulumbegashvili from Georgia

‘Gagarine’ by Fanny Liatard and Jérémy Trouilh from France

‘16 Printemps’ by Suzanne Lindon from France

‘Vaurien’ by Peter Dourountzis from France

‘Garçon Chiffon’ by Nicolas Maury from France

‘Should the Wind Fall’ by Nora Martirosyan from Armenia

‘John and the Hole’ by Pascual Sisto from the US

‘Striding Into the Wind’ by Wei Shujun from China

‘L’Origine du Monde’ by Laurent Lafitte from France

‘Josep’ by Aurel from France

‘Septet: The Story of Hong Kong’ by Ann Hui, Johnnie To, Tsui Hark, Sammo Hung, Yuen Woo-Ping and Patrick Tam from Hong Kong

‘The Billion Road’ by Dieudo Hamadi from Democratic Republic of Congo

‘The Truffle Hunters’ by Gregory Kershaw and Michael Dweck from the US

‘9 Jours a Raqqa’ by Xavier de Lauzanne from France

‘Antoinette dans les Cévennes’ by Caroline Vignal from France

‘Les Deux Alfred’ by Bruno Podalydès from France

‘The Big Hit’ by Emmanuel Courcol from France

‘Le Discours’ by Laurent Tirard from France

‘Aya and the Witch’ by Goro Miyazaki from Japan

‘Flee’ by Jonas Poher Rasmussen from Denmark

‘Soul’ by Pete Docter from the US

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