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How to watch the 2023 Cannes Film Festival Live Trailer - Deadline

How to watch the 2023 Cannes Film Festival Live Trailer – Deadline

The Cannes Film Festival will announce the lineup for its 76th edition Thursday morning at 11 a.m. Paris time (2 a.m. PT / 5 a.m. ET). The press conference will be broadcast live from the UGC Normandie cinema on the Champs-Elysées.

The stream can be found on the official site was And also the festival official Facebook pageAnd Twitter feedAnd YouTube channel.

You can also watch the live broadcast here

Delivery time A live report will also be provided on the official selection film list with the names received. This year’s festival will run from May 16-27, and we already have our opening film: The Return of Johnny Depp. Jane du Barry. Directed by Maïwenn, who also stars, the French-language musical will have its world premiere on May 16, and the film will be in cinemas the same day in France. Depp portrays King Louis XV and speaks French in the film, which draws inspiration from the life of Jeanne du Barry, Louis XV’s last mistress at the court of Versailles.

Another already confirmed big-ticket title for Croisette is Martin Scorsese’s latest work Moonflower KillersLucasfilms’ Indiana Jones and The Dial Of Destinythe latest version in the long run Indiana Jones Film series starring Harrison Ford, Pedro Almodóvar and a new short strange way of life.

Films likely to have a wide release at the festival include Ken Loach’s latest old oakAlice Rohrwacher’s drama from Tuscany no chimeraAnd area of ​​interestJonathan Glazer’s long-awaited return to filmmaking.

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The festival has already announced that Swedish director and two-time Palme d’Or winner Robin Ostlund will chair the jury for this year’s competition. Ostlund will land in the jury exactly 50 years after compatriot Ingrid Bergman played the role in 1973.

Cannes also opened as widespread protests and social unrest continued across France in response to President Macron’s retirement age reforms.