Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Tell It Like You See It - "Chacun Son Cinema" lineup

- To Each His Own
I will endeavor to bring this to audiences in the near future. Stay tuned for a private screening! Or, perhaps...at the Cinema! -MS (photo, l. to r., Walter Salles and Atom Egoyan)

35 Films from 33 of the world's greatest Directors.

(France) A Festival de Cannes and Elzevir Films) production in association with CanalPlus in association with StudioCanal and Arte, with the assistance of the CNC and the participation of Digimage and LVT. Produced and conceived by Gilles Jacob.

Directed by Raymond Depardon (Open-Air Cinema)

Takeshi Kitano (One Fine Day)

Theo Angelopoulos (Three Minutes)

Andrei Konchalovsky (In the Dark)

Nanni Moretti (Diary of a Moviegoer)

Hou Hsiao-Hsien (The Electric Princess House)

Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne (Darkness)

Joel and Ethan Coen (World Cinema)

Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu (Anna)

Zhang Yimou (Movie Night)

Amos Gitai (The Dibbuk of Haifa)

Jane Campion (The Lady Bug)

Atom Egoyan (Artaud Double Bill)

Aki Kaurismaki (The Foundry)

Olivier Assayas (Upsurge)

Youssef Chahine (47 Years Later)

Tsai Ming-Liang (It's a Dream)

Lars von Trier (Occupations)

Raul Ruiz (The Gift)

Claude Lelouch (The Cinema Around the Corner)

Gus Van Sant (First Kiss)

Roman Polanski (Cinema Erotique)

Michael Cimino (No Translation Needed)

David Cronenberg (At the Suicide of the Last Jew in the World in the Last Cinema in the World)

Wong Kar Wai (I Traveled 9,000 Km to Give It to You)

Abbas Kiarostami (Where Is My Romeo?)

Bille August (The Last Dating Show)

Elia Suleiman (Irtebak)

Manoel de Oliveira (Sole Meeting)

Walter Salles (5,557 Miles From Cannes)

Wim Wenders (War in Peace)

Chen Kaige (Zhanxiou Village)

Ken Loach (Happy Ending)

Reviewed at Cannes Film Festival (noncompeting), May 20, 2007. Running time: 119 MIN.