2014 Cannes Film Festival Lineup: New Movies from David Cronenberg, Tommy Lee Jones, Ryan Gosling and More

2014 Cannes Film Festival Lineup: New Movies from David Cronenberg, Tommy Lee Jones, Ryan Gosling and More

Apr 17, 2014

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The 2014 Cannes Film Festival slate has officially arrived, and it’s enough to make a cinephile salivate. Where else can you find the best of the best of filmmaking — including Atom Egoyan, Jean-Luc Godard, Mike Leigh, Xavier Dolan, Wim Wenders, David Cronenberg and Alice Rohrwacher — together at the same party?

Opening the festival is Olivier Dahan’s biopic Grace of Monaco starring Nicole Kidman as the movie star turned princess. The story centers on her crisis of marriage and identity during a dispute between her husband, Prince Rainier III, and France's Charles de Gaulle in 1962. This week we told you about David Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars, featuring Mia Wasikowska, Julianne Moore, John Cusack, and Robert Pattinson in a tale about a dysfunctional Hollywood family.

Godard’s comeback, Goodbye to Language, was shot in 3D. "It’s about a man and his wife who no longer speak the same language,” the director said in 2010. “The dog they take on walks then intervenes and speaks. How I’ll do it, I don’t yet know. The rest is simple.”

We’ll be digging into more details about the lineup in the coming weeks, but for now feast your eyes on the full list of films, below. Any surprises?



Grace of Monaco, directed by Olivier Dahan



Adieu au Langage (Goodbye to Language), directed by Jean-Luc Godard

Captives, directed by Atom Egoyan

Deux Jours, Une Nuit (Two Days, One Night), directed by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne

Foxcatcher, directed by Bennett Miller

Futatsume No Mado (Still the Water), directed by Naomi Kawase

The Homesman, directed by Tommy Lee Jones

Jimmy’s Hall, directed by Ken Loach

Kis Uykusu (Winter Sleep), directed by Nuri Bilge Ceylan

Leviathan, directed by Andrei Zvyagintsev

Maps to the Stars, directed by David Cronenberg

La Meraviglie, directed by Alice Rohrwacher

Mommy, directed by Xavier Dolan

Mr. Turner, directed by Mike Leigh

Relatos Salvajes (Wild Tales), directed by Damian Szifron

Saint Laurent, directed by Bertrand Bonello

Sils Maria, directed by Olivier Assayas

The Search, directed by Michel Hazanavicius

Timbuktu, Abderrahmane Sissako

The Homesman


Coming Home, directed by Zhang Yimou

How to Train Your Dragon 2, directed by Dean DeBlois



Amour Fou, directed by Jessica Hausner

Bird People, directed by Pascale Ferran

La Chambre Bleu (The Blue Room), directed by Mathieu Amalric

Charlie’s Country, directed by Rolf de Heer

Dohee-ya (A Girl at My Door), directed by July Jung

Eleanor Rigby, directed by Ned Benson

Fantasia, directed by Wang Chao

Harcheck Mi Headro (Away from His Absence), directed by Keren Yedaya

Hermosa Juventud (Beautiful Youth), directed by Jaime Rosales

Incompresa (Misunderstood), directed by Asia Argento

Jauja, directed by Lisandro Alonso

Lost River, directed by Ryan Gosling

Party Girl, directed by Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger and Samuel Theis

Run, directed by Philippe Lacote

The Salt of the Earth, directed by Wim Wenders and Juliano Ribeiro Salgado

Snow In Paradise, directed by Andrew Hulme

Titli, directed by Kanu Behl

Turist, directed by Ruben Ostlund


Pyo Jeok (The Target), directed by Yoon Hong-seung (aka Chang)

The Rover, directed by David Michod

The Salvation, directed by Kristian Levring



Caricaturistes – Fantassins De La Démocratie (Cartoonists - Foot Soldiers of Democracy), directed by Stéphanie Valloatto

Eau Argentée, directed by Mohammed Ossama

Maidan, directed by Sergei Loznitsa

Les Ponts De Sarajevo (The Bridges of Sarajevo), directed by Aida Begic, Leonardo Di Costanzo, Jean-Luc Godard, Kamen Kalev, Isild Le Besco, Sergei Loznitsa, Vincenzo Marra, Ursula Meier, Vladimir Perisic, Cristi Puiu, Marc Recha, Angela Schanelec, Teresa Villaverde

Red Army, directed by Gabe Polsky




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