Early Cannes 2014 Buzz: Maps To The Stars Could be at Cannes 2014 (French article’s forecasting)
From a French website, www.francetv.fr, Maps To The Stars gets a mention in French site’s thinking about which films may show at Cannes 2014. This is great early buzz for David Cronenberg’s film that will start shooting in a month. Note this is the third Robert Pattinson film that’s been speculated on recently as possibly to be seen at Cannes next year. Our post of a story we found earlier this week that speculated on Queen Of The Desert and The Rover maybe making Cannes here: LINK
From google translate:
“The highly anticipated Cannes 2014 predictions
Published on 08/06/2013 at 11:57
The 65th Cannes Film Festival, just finished, The Movie French drew up a long list of films and directors may participate in the 66th edition of May. These forecasts are based on current shooting and the names of directors who may well be ready to race for the Palme 2014.”
[Omitted portion here: See the original article for talk of specific directors like Woody Allen and Terrance Malick. Next is the part that mentions films in the pipeline that could show at Cannes, with the original French for this below.]
“Names, names, names!
Many others are in the pipeline, according to the French Film deductions. Faith Atkin could present “The Cut”, Denys Arcand, “Two Nights” Nuri Belge Ceylan, “Winter Sleep”, Marco Bellocchio, “The Prigione di Bobbio,” John Boorman, “Queen and Country”, Larry Clark, “the Smell of Us,” David Cronenberg’s “Maps to the Stars,” Atom Egoyan’s “Queen of the Night”, Tommy Lee Jones, “The Homesman” Manoel de Oliveira, “A Igreja do Diabo,” Paul Thomas Anderson , “Inherent Vice” and Thomas Vinterberg’s “The City”.”
Des noms, des noms, des noms !
Beaucoup d’autres noms sont dans les tuyaux, selon les déductions du Film Français. Faith Atkin pourrait présenter “The Cut”, Denys Arcand, “Deux Nuits”, Nuri Belge Ceylan, “Sommeil d’hiver”, Marco Bellochio, “La Prigione di Bobbio”, John Boorman, “Queen and Country”, Larry Clark, “The Smell of Us”, David Cronenberg, “Maps to the Stars”, Atom Egoyan, “Queen of the Night”, Tommy Lee Jones, “The Homesman”, Manoel de Oliveira, “A Igreja do Diabo”, Paul Thomas Anderson, “Inherent Vice”, et Thomas Vinterberg, “La Commune”.
David Cronenberg à Cannes le 25 mai © Bernard Brun / France Télévisions
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