CANNES FILM FESTIVAL. The 75th Cannes Film Festival takes place from May 17 to 28, 2022. Virginie Efira, Tom Cruise, Isabelle Adjani... The stars are expected on the Croisette, with first appearances expected from the opening ceremony this evening. The Cannes Film Festival live.
The Cannes Film Festival lifted the veil on its official selection on April 14, 2022. Cut! by Michel Hazanavicius opens the event on May 17, 2022. Among the films that will be screened on the Croisette this year are Top Gun 2 with a tribute to Tom Cruise, but also Elvis by Baz Luhrmann, both out of competition. Several renowned filmmakers will try to win the Palme d'Or, such as David Cronenberg, the Dardenne brothers, Claire Denis, Arnaud Desplechin or even James Gray and Park Chan-Wook.
Films in competition:
Films presented out of competition:
Films presented in the Un certain regard selection:
Cannes Premiere selection:
Cannes Film Festival 2022 Special Screenings and Midnight Screenings
What dates for the 2022 Cannes Film Festival?
The Cannes Film Festival 2022 resumes its usual dates after having had to organize its last edition at the beginning of the summer. The 75th edition of the event takes place from May 17 to May 28, 2022, dates favored by the organizers of the event for many years.
If it's the stars who make the news at the Cannes Film Festival, it is possible for everyone to participate in the Cannes Film Festival... under certain conditions. Indeed, access to the event is reserved primarily for film professionals and journalists who must be accredited. But film lovers aged 18 to 28 can also hope to discover films screened on the Croisette thanks to the "Three days in Cannes" pass. We detail how to register and get accredited in detail below:
On April 26, 2022, the Cannes Film Festival lifted the veil on the 2022 jury. It is chaired by French actor Vincent Lindon and composed of Rebecca Hall, Deepika Padukone, Noomi Rapace, Jasmine Trinca, Asghar Farhadi, Ladj Ly , Jeff Nichols and finally Joachim Trier. They have the heavy task of judging the films in competition and awarding the various prizes at the Cannes Film Festival this year, including the prestigious Palme d'Or. As for the jury of the Un Certain regard competition, it is chaired by Valeria Golino and composed of Debra Granik, Joanna Kulig, Benjamin Biolay and finally Edgar Ramirez.
The film that won the Palme d'Or at the last Cannes Film Festival is Titane by French director and screenwriter Julia Ducournau. It was the first time that a woman won, alone, a Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival. Jane Campion had previously won the ultimate award for The piano lesson tied with Chen Kaige, who had directed Adieu ma concubine.