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 A boy with nothing changed everything.
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Christian Bale and Natalie Portman in Terrence Malick’s Knight of Cups, now in postproduction. Glen Basner’s FilmNation will be showing footage of the film 
— whose tightly guarded plot is said to be about celebrity and excess — for the first time to international buyers who invested in Malick’s latest endeavor. 
CAN YOU SAVE 
CALAMITY 
JANE? OUI!
By Pamela McClintock & Stuart Kemp
A
year ago, when the  
Natalie Portman Western 
Jane Got a Gun first was 
coming together at Cannes, no 
one could have predicted that  
one of last year’s hottest scripts 
would unravel so spectacularly. 
The number of stars bolting have 
left all sides reeling — and that’s 
on top of the departure of direc-
tor Lynne Ramsay.
Jane finally has corralled 
its second leading man, Ewan 
McGregor, after losing Michael 
FassbenderJude Law and Bradley 
Cooper. The film is weeks from 
wrapping production in New 
Mexico. But the danger isn’t over 
as Exclusive Media reintroduces 
the movie, with a dramatically 
different cast, to foreign buyers.
 While most buyers have stuck 
with the project on a wait-and-see 
H
ollywood and Cannes on 
Tuesday were buzzing 
about Angelina Jolie’
revelation that she underwent a 
preventative double mastectomy 
after doctors found her to have a 
high risk of breast cancer. “I hope 
that other women can benefit 
from my experience,” she wrote in 
New York Times op-ed.
The news that the 37-year-old 
Cannes Reacts  
to Jolie News  
By Stuart Kemp
New Twist: Star Shillers
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artin ScorseseJennifer 
LawrenceJustin Timber-
lake, Tim BurtonJackie 
ChanFan Bingbing, Metallica’s Lars 
Ulrich and Pele all will be in Cannes 
this year — but not just to stroll the 
red carpet at the Palais.
They’re here to promote projects 
at the script stage — except for 
Lawrence — that are being shopped 
at the Marche du Film. The unprec-
edented star wattage for market 
titles indicates a whole new level of 
ambition in selling titles to foreign 
distributors and underscores the 
increasing difficulty of breaking 
through the noise. In previous years, 
there have been one-off events, but 
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A-listers increasingly are landing on the Croisette to reassure buyers 
about long-gestating projects 
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Lawrence
never on this scale. “Increasingly in 
the international and independent 
works, we have  
to set up projects as events,” says 
IM Global’s Stuart Ford, who is 
shopping Scorsese’s next film Silence 
to buyers.
Today, Scorsese will meet with a 
large crowd of acquisitions execu-
tives during a Q&A with Ford ask-
ing the questions. Starring Andrew 
Garfield and Ken Watanabe, the 
movie is a longtime passion project 
for the director and is set in 17th 
century Japan.
Later tonight, Timberlake will 
rock one of the beachside party 
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one of the most coveted tickets 
in town. Freshly crowned Oscar-
winner Jennifer Lawrence is sure 
to attract crowds in and outside 
of the party. All of the Hunger 
Games fi lms were sold indepen-
dently internationally and Satur-
day’s soiree is a nod to those who 
have supported the franchise.
Sellers say it’s important to 
instill confi dence in buyers by 
keeping them involved through-
out the process. Ron Howard has 
met with foreign distributors 
throughout the fi nancing and 
making of Exclusive Media’s For-
mula One drama Rush, including 
showing the fi lm during the Euro-
pean Film Market in February.
Harvey Weinstein will host a buy-
ers’ brunch with Burton, in town 
to push Big Eyes. Pele, the world’s 
most famous soccer player, is in 
Cannes to boost the profi le of the 
Imagine Entertainment-backed 
eponymous biopic that Interna-
tional Film Trust is selling. 
the
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KNOW YOUR DEALMAKER
SAMUEL L. JACKSON
POTUS with the most-us! The prolifi c actor 
again grabs early fi lm market headlines: 
He’s set to star in new actioner Big Game 
as the president of the United States.
ANANT SINGH
Talk about worlds colliding: Singh, 
the producer considered the Harvey 
Weinstein of South Africa, just sold rights 
to Kite to The Weinstein Co. 
JULIANNE MOORE
Awkward: Moore was attached to 
Imagine with Al Pacino, which is being 
shopped in Cannes, but her role recently 
went to Annette Bening.
HEAT INDEX
Zygi Kamasa 
Lionsgate U.K. CEO
“We’re looking for three distinct types 
of movies broadly speaking. The
fi rst kind is British movies. Then we are 
looking for non-British projects which fall 
into two kinds: We look to buy
smaller character- and director-led 
movies that are nicely packaged. We are
also looking to buy what we call the 
bigger movies, the ones like The Hunger
Games or Ender’s Game, which have a 
strong recognizable cast.
venues at a bash he’ll co-host with 
Mark Damon’s Foresight Unlim-
ited, Laurence Mark and Timothy 
Scott Bogart in support of the 
Neil Bogart biopic announced on 
the eve of Cannes. Timberlake 
will play the legendary record 
executive, with RCA Records 
partnering on the project, now at 
script stage.
 The party will be the second 
act for the performer, who will 
also be on hand to press the fl esh 
with buyers at an exclusive, 
invitation-only brunch. Tim-
berlake also is in Cannes for the 
world premiere of the Coen broth-
ers’ Inside Llewyn Davis, which 
is playing in competition at 
the festival.
But the splashiest event of 
all is likely to be Lionsgate’s 
Saturday night party for The 
Hunger Games: Catching Fire
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underwent three months of 
procedures drew a heartfelt 
response from Cannes festival 
director Thierry Fremaux. “When 
I go up the steps to open the 66th 
Cannes Film Festival, I will be 
thinking in partic-
ular about Ange-
lina Jolie,” he tells 
THR. Adds Graham 
King, producer of 
In the Land of Blood 
and Honey and The 
Tourist: “Angelina’s bravery con-
sistently shines through in every 
aspect of her life — not only in her 
career choices but in her personal 
life. I am so proud she has coura-
geously shared her story.”
Meanwhile, Fruitvale Station’s 
Octavia Spencer tweeted: “Huge 
prayers for Angelina Jolie and 
her family as she convalesces and 
bravo for raising awareness.” 
Jolie
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basis, some have opted out — notably, Sony Picture 
Worldwide Acquisitions, which nabbed a multiter-
ritory deal in Berlin for Latin America, Australia, 
New Zealand, Eastern Europe and Scandinavia. 
Back in February, Exclusive Media president of 
sales Alex Walton was signing deals left  and right 
with foreign distributors clamoring to get a piece of 
Jane because of its script and dazzling cast. But days 
aft er Berlin wrapped, Fassbender, whose deal hadn’t 
been fi nalized, exited. By the end of March, on 
the eve of the fi rst day of shooting in New Mexico, 
Ramsay walked off  aft er a three-day standoff  with 
producer Scott Steindorff  over fi nal cut. Law — who’d 
taken over Fassbender’s role — also high-tailed it, 
since he had come aboard to work with Ramsay, who 
was quickly replaced by director Gavin O’Connor
When Cooper signed on, Walton and the produc-
ers breathed a sigh of relief since he is one of only a 
handful of actors viewed as an international box of-
fi ce star. But then suddenly Cooper was out because 
Jane
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Production Delays 
Have Buyers Grousing
By Scott Roxborough
Buyers heading into this year’s Cannes 
market are griping that production delays 
on several big titles are making it harder to 
commit to new fi lms being shopped around.
Films such as Robert Rodriguez’s hotly 
anticipated sequels Machete Kills and 
Sin City 2 were originally pre-sold as 2012 
releases but are still in post. Ron Howard’s 
Jolie
of a scheduling confl ict (he’s still shooting David O. 
Russell’s American Hustle, which was interrupted by 
the Boston Marathon bombing). Finally, McGregor 
replaced Cooper to play the villain, a role previously 
belonging to Joel Edgerton, part of the original cast, 
who now is playing Portman’s love interest.  
The budget of the fi lm is $15 million, and the 
producers — including Portman — had hoped to take 
a loan against foreign pre-sales to cover some of the 
budget. But banks oft en won’t release funds aft er key 
castmembers exit a production since international 
distributors can opt out of their contracts. Those 
foreign distributors who stuck by Jane Got a Gun say 
they are biding their time until they see a cut of the 
fi lm. “It still has Portman, and there is no pressure 
on me as a buyer to do anything until it gets done 
and they have something to show,” one says.
During Cannes, Walton, who remains high on the 
fi lm, will show footage to pump up foreign distribu-
tors, as well as sell rights in the remaining available 
markets. And, in a fi nal twist, Exclusive’s Cannes of-
fi ce is down the street from the festival headquarters, 
where Ramsay is now a jury member. 
racing movie Rush, starring Chris Hems-
worth, sold out worldwide at AFM in 2011, 
but reshoots pushed its release from 2012 
to the fall of this year. Two of the hottest 
titles at the last Cannes market, Kenny 
Ortega’s Dirty Dancing remake and Adam 
Hashemi’s comedy actioner Agent: Century 
21 featuring Cameron Diaz, both have yet 
to begin shooting.
“There are a lot of great fi lms at the 
market this year, from all over, but we have 
to hold back a bit,” says Alexander van 
Duelmen of A Company, which pre-bought 
Machete Kills and Sin City 2 for Russia. “We 
can only really plan for movies for 2015.”
Alex Watson, president of sales at Exclu-
sive Media, which is selling Agent: Century 
21 worldwide, admits that production delays 
“are frustrating on all sides” and says sell-
ers have to move quickly to manage the 
situation when a project gets pushed back. 
“These movies are really tentpoles for our 
buyers and they have to be able to plan their 
spending, their cash fl ow,” Watson says. “So 
if there is a delay, you have to communicate 
that immediately.” 
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race of Monaco, starring Nicole 
Kidman, wasn’t finished in time for 
Cannes, but images of Kidman as 
Hollywood starlet-turned-princess Grace 
Kelly whet the appetite for Olivier Dahan’s 
historical drama. The shots suggest Dahan 
is not taking a lookalike approach for the 
film, something Kidman, speaking to THR 
in fall 2012 when Grace still was shoot-
ing, confirmed. “I’m not trying to re-create 
Grace, just capture her essence. Like 
[Dahan’s Edith Piaf drama] La Vie en Rose
this is more of an art movie than a strict 
biopic.” The Weinstein Co. will bow Grace 
of Monaco in an awards-season qualifying 
run stateside Dec. 27.
Breslin will
play a teenager 
fighting a 
mysterious virus.
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Clark (Cloverfield), is scheduled 
to begin production in Septem-
ber, IM Global’s CEO Stuart Ford 
announced. Peste is based on  
Barbara Marshall’s screenplay, 
which appeared on the Black 
List, the Blood List and the Hit 
List in 2012.
Breslin, 17, a supporting actress 
Oscar nominee for 2006’s Little 
Miss Sunshine, will play a teenager 
confronting a virus that turns 
friends and neighbors into vicious 
monsters. Quarantined with her 
family, she believes they are out 
Abigail Breslin is set to star in 
Peste — a thriller about a conta-
gious virus sweeping through a 
small town — which Octane, IM 
Global’s genre label, is financ-
ing and shopping at Cannes. 
The film, to be directed by Mark 
Ponderai (House at the End of the 
Street) and produced by Sheryll 
Abigail Breslin 
to Star in the 
Thriller ‘Peste’
By Gregg Kilday
of harm’s way until the contagion 
infiltrates their home.
Breslin is repped by ICM and 
Lichter, Grossman, Nichols, Adler 
& Feldman. She next will be seen 
in Summit/Oddlot’s Ender’s Game 
and The Weinstein Co.’s August: 
Osage County.
Says Ford: “Abigail is one of 
the outstanding talents of her 
generation. Her recent standout 
performances in genre hits like 
ZombielandThe Call and the 
forthcoming Ender’s Game make 
her a perfect fit for Peste.”  
Sneak Peek: 
Kidman as 
Grace Kelly
By Scott Roxborough
Exclusive
 
First Look
Kidman wears a
re-creation of one of Kelly’s 
iconic tiaras: this one
with cabochon rubies
and diamonds. It also 
converted into brooches.
Kelly was one of the first 
celebs to embrace the 
head scarf wrapped over 
cat eyes look. “I had a lot 
of fun with the fashions 
of the times in this 
movie,” Kidman told THR.
The real Kelly met Prince Rainier III of Monaco  
after she attended the Cannes film festival.
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1982). Today, Timberlake and 
Foresight will co-host a brunch 
for foreign buyers to plug the fi lm, 
followed later in the evening by a 
music-laced party.
Timothy Scott Bogart, Neil 
Bogart’s son, wrote the script and 
is producing alongside Laurence 
MarkGary A. Randall, Timberlake 
and Damon.
The fi lm is set to start shooting 
early next year, although a director 
hasn’t yet been announced. RCA 
Records also will partner on the 
project and will release the movie’s 
soundtrack. CAA is representing 
domestic rights.
Spinning is described as a rags-to-riches story chroni-
cling the life of a poor kid from Brooklyn who went on to 
defi ne the pop-music culture of his time. In his day, Bogart, 
was credited with discovering and launching the careers of 
superstars like Curtis Mayfi eldKISSParliamentDonna 
Summer and The Village People.
The deal was negotiated by Foresight president Tamara 
Birkemoe and Jenna Sanz-Agero on behalf of Foresight, 
and Michael Helfand, executive vp of business aff airs, Joe 
Matukewicz, senior vp of acquisitions, and Jon Freedberg
vp of business development, on behalf of SPWA
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Pacino Boards Gordon 
Green’s Manglehorn
Al Pacino will star in David 
Gordon Green’s drama Mangle-
horn, which Worldview Entertain-
ment will fi nance and produce. 
Pacino will play the title charac-
ter, A. J. Manglehorn, an eccen-
tric man coming to terms with a 
past crime that cost him the love 
of his life, in the screenplay by 
Paul Logan, based on an original 
story by Green and Logan. Chris-
topher Woodrow, Worldview 
CEO, and the company’s COO, 
Molly Conners, will produce 
alongside Lisa Muskat and 
Green. London-based WestEnd 
Films is handling international 
sales and will introduce the fi lm 
to buyers in Cannes, while CAA
which arranged the fi nancing, is 
repping domestic rights. 
managing director, Nelleke 
Driessen, and Bruce Weiss, who 
produced Hartley’s early picture, 
Trust, and who will co-produce 
Ned Rifl e along with Hartley and 
Matthew Myers.
Hong Kong’s Donnie Yen 
Unveils Special Identity
First-look footage of Hong Kong 
action-star Donnie Yen’s martial-
arts thriller Special Identity will 
make its market debut at Cannes 
this week, according to the fi lm’s 
sales rep Easternlight. Directed 
by Clarence Fok, the fi lm fea-
tures Yen as a policeman increas-
ingly alienated and imperiled 
when he goes undercover with a 
criminal gang whose paranoid 
leader begins purging his clan of 
possible moles. Yen also directed 
the fi lm’s action and served as 
joint executive producer of the 
fi lm alongside Peter Pau, the 
Oscar-winning cinematographer 
of Ang Lee’s Crouching Tiger, 
Hidden Dragon.
Russian Animators Team 
for Sheep and Wolves
Two of Russia’s most successful 
animation producers are team-
ing up to make a new $7 million 
animated fi lm. Wizart Anima-
tion, the Voronezh-based studio 
behind The Snow Queen — which 
is still rolling out internationally 
and has grossed $12.4 million 
in Russia, Ukraine, the Baltics 
and other territories — is joining 
St. Petersburg’s STV to produce 
Sheep and Wolves, a 3D cartoon 
caper involving a young wolf 
who wakes up one day to fi nd he 
has turned into a sheep. Both 
fi lms will also be produced in 
2D versions. 
Sony Grabs Timberlake’s Spinning Gold 
By Pamela McClintock
KA-CHING!
WHO’S INKING
ON THE DOTTED LINE 
AT THE FESTIVAL
Al Pacino will 
play the eccentric 
A.J. Manglehorn 
in David Gordon 
Green’s latest.
John Woo
Gemma Arterton
Bogart
Timberlake
about a real-life steamer ship that 
sank in 1949 while on its way from 
Shanghai to Kaohsiung, bringing 
more than 900 passengers down 
with it. Digital Domain, the VFX 
house which Beijing Galloping 
Horse acquired alongside India’s 
Reliance Mediaworks last year, will 
handle the fi lm’s special eff ects. 
 
Fortissimo Takes Sales 
Rights to Hartley’s Rifl e
The third and fi nal chapter of 
Hal Hartley’s tragicomic tril-
ogy (begun with Henry Fool in 
1998), Ned Rifl e will star Gemma 
Arterton (Clash of the Titans, 
Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters), 
Parker Posey, Thomas Jay Ryan 
and Liam Aiken. Shooting is 
expected to begin in the fall, with 
a wrap date in early 2014. The 
deal was handled by Fortissimo’s 
Woo’s Crossing 
to Become Two-Parter
John Woo will expand his latest 
project, the historical epic The 
Crossing, into two parts, accord-
ing to the fi lms’ fi nancier Beijing 
Galloping Horse. Beijing Gallop-
ing Horse’s head of international 
sales, Ronan Wong, says Woo 
will start shooting the fi lms next 
month. Budgeted at $30 million, 
The Crossing is produced by the 
Beijing-based company and Lion 
Rock Productions — owned by 
Woo and his producer partner 
Terence Chang — as well as 
China Film Group and Zhejiang 
Huace Film & TV. Starring 
Zhang Ziyi and Song Hye-kyo
the project launched in Cannes 
in 2008 as 1949 and subsequently 
was given the tentative title of 
The Pacifi c. The fi lm is said to be 
On the eve of the Cannes Film Market, Sony Pictures 
Worldwide Acquisitions has struck a multiterritory deal for 
Foresight Unlimited’s Neil Bogart biopic Spinning Gold, 
headlining Justin Timberlake as the infamous record 
executive who was closely aligned with the rise of disco.
The initial pact is for Latin America, Scandinavia and East-
ern Europe, including Russia, the Czech Republic, Hungary 
and Poland. Sony Worldwide is expected to acquire rights 
for additional major territories in the coming days.
Mark Damon’s Foresight is fi nancing and producing 
Spinning (Damon knew Bogart, who died at the age of 39 in 
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LINEUP
OH BOY
„OH BOY inescapably brings to mind vintage Woody Allen.“ 
(THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER)
DIRECTOR 
Jan Ole Gerster
CAST  
Tom Schilling (THE BAADER MEINHOF COMPLEX),
 
Friederieke Kempter, Marc Hosemann, Katharina Schüttler,  
 
Justus von Dohnányi (DOWNFALL), Michael Gwisdek  
 
(GOOD BYE LENIN!)
CHILD’S POSE
“Admirably handled, with wicked moments of humor 
balancing out a truly dramatic finale”.
(THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER)
DIRECTOR 
Calin Peter Netzer
CAST  
Luminita Gheorghiu, Bogdan Dumitrache, Natasa Raab,
 
Ilinca Goia, Florin Zamfirescu, Vlad Ivanov
TWO LIVES
Starring Academy Award-nominee Liv Ullmann and 
Juliane Köhler (NOWHERE IN AFRICA).
DIRECTOR 
Georg Maas
CAST  
Juliane Köhler (NOWHERE IN AFRICA), Liv Ullmann,
 
Ken Duken (INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS), Rainer Bock 
 
(THE WHITE RIBBON) 
THE GIRL WITH NINE WIGS
“A real masterpiece” (filmstarts .de)
“A smart, moving and very entertaining comedy that 
celebrates life” (DIE ZEIT) 
DIRECTOR 
Marc Rothemund (SOPHIE SCHOLL: THE FINAL DAYS)
CAST  
Lisa Tomaschewsky, Karoline Teska, David Rott,
 
Maike Bollow, Peter Prager, Alice Dwyer
THE FAMOUS FIVE 2
Based on Enid Blyton‘s beloved book series, 100mio. 
times sold worldwide.
DIRECTOR 
Mike Marzuk
CAST  
Valeria Eisenbart, Quirin Oettl, Justus Schlingensiepen,
 
Neele Marie Nickel, Kristo Ferkic, Peter Lohmeyer,
 
Oliver Korittke, Heio von Stetten
SCREENINGS
TOMORROW | May 16th | 12:00 p.m.
Palais I
Tuesday | May 21st | 10:00 a.m.
Palais G
SCREENINGS
Saturday | May 18th | 11:30 a.m.
Arcades 3
Tuesday | May 21st | 4:00 p.m.
Olympia 6
SCREENINGS
Saturday | May 18th | 6:00 p.m.
Palais I
Monday | May 20th | 11:30 a.m.
Arcades 3
SCREENINGS
Sunday | May 19th | 1:30 p.m.
Riviera 2
Monday | May 20th | 6:00 p.m.
Olympia 4
SCREENINGS
TOMORROW | May 16th | 9:45 a.m.
Palais I
Sunday | May 19th | 3:30 p.m.
Riviera 2
PROMO SCREENINGS
TOMORR
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| May 16th  
| 6:00 p.m.  
| Olympia 4 
 
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| May 18th
 | 10:00 a.m.
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THE DEVIL’S VIOLINIST
A mystery biopic about Paganini’s life full of dramatic love, 
art and excess.
DIRECTOR 
Bernard Rose (IMMORTAL BELOVED, MR. NICE, BOXING DAY)
CAST  
David Garrett, Jared Harris (SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME  
 
OF SHADOWS), Joely Richardson (THE GIRL WITH THE  
 
DRAGON TATTOO)
THE PHYSICIAN
Based on Noah Gordon’s best-selling novel sold over 21 
million times worldwide.
DIRECTOR 
Philipp Stoelzl (NORTH FACE, YOUNG GOETHE IN LOVE)
CAST  
Tom Payne (HBO’s LUCK), Sir Ben Kingsley (HUGO),  
 
Stellan Skarsgård (MAMMA MIA), Olivier Martinez  
 
(UNFAITHFUL, S.W.A.T), Emma Rigby
LE GRAND CAHIER
Based on Agota Kristof’s famous novel.
DIRECTOR 
János Szász (WOYZECK)
CAST  
Piroska Molnár, László Gyémánt, András Gyémánt,
 
Ulrich Thomsen (THE CELEBRATION), Ulrich Matthes  
 
(DOWNFALL), Orsolya Tóth (WOMEN WITHOUT MEN)
THE TASTE OF APPLE SEEDS
Based on the major bestselling novel sold to 25 countries 
including France, Great Britain, Italy, Netherlands and 
Spain.
DIRECTOR 
Vivian Naefe
CAST  
Hannah Herzsprung (FOUR MINUTES), Paula Beer 
 
(THE POLL DIARIES), Meret Becker (MUNICH),
 
Marie Bäumer (THE COUNTERFEITERS), Florian Stetter
QUALITY TIME (WT) 
From the producers of VINCENT WANTS TO SEA and 
CHERRY BLOSSOMS - HANAMI.
DIRECTOR 
Holger Haase
CAST  
Florian David Fitz (VINCENT WANTS TO SEA), Henry  
 
Hübchen (GO FOR ZUCKER), Leslie Malton, Marius Haas,
 
Thekla Reuten (THE AMERICAN)
FIRST PROMO
FIRST PROMO
FIRST PROMO
NEW PROMO
FIRST OFFICIAL TRAILER
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LINEUP
OH BOY
„OH BOY inescapably brings to mind vintage Woody Allen.“ 
(THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER)
DIRECTOR 
Jan Ole Gerster
CAST  
Tom Schilling (THE BAADER MEINHOF COMPLEX),
 
Friederieke Kempter, Marc Hosemann, Katharina Schüttler,  
 
Justus von Dohnányi (DOWNFALL), Michael Gwisdek  
 
(GOOD BYE LENIN!)
CHILD’S POSE
“Admirably handled, with wicked moments of humor 
balancing out a truly dramatic finale”.
(THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER)
DIRECTOR 
Calin Peter Netzer
CAST  
Luminita Gheorghiu, Bogdan Dumitrache, Natasa Raab,
 
Ilinca Goia, Florin Zamfirescu, Vlad Ivanov
TWO LIVES
Starring Academy Award-nominee Liv Ullmann and 
Juliane Köhler (NOWHERE IN AFRICA).
DIRECTOR 
Georg Maas
CAST  
Juliane Köhler (NOWHERE IN AFRICA), Liv Ullmann,
 
Ken Duken (INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS), Rainer Bock 
 
(THE WHITE RIBBON) 
THE GIRL WITH NINE WIGS
“A real masterpiece” (filmstarts .de)
“A smart, moving and very entertaining comedy that 
celebrates life” (DIE ZEIT) 
DIRECTOR 
Marc Rothemund (SOPHIE SCHOLL: THE FINAL DAYS)
CAST  
Lisa Tomaschewsky, Karoline Teska, David Rott,
 
Maike Bollow, Peter Prager, Alice Dwyer
THE FAMOUS FIVE 2
Based on Enid Blyton‘s beloved book series, 100mio. 
times sold worldwide.
DIRECTOR 
Mike Marzuk
CAST  
Valeria Eisenbart, Quirin Oettl, Justus Schlingensiepen,
 
Neele Marie Nickel, Kristo Ferkic, Peter Lohmeyer,
 
Oliver Korittke, Heio von Stetten
SCREENINGS
TOMORROW | May 16th | 12:00 p.m.
Palais I
Tuesday | May 21st | 10:00 a.m.
Palais G
SCREENINGS
Saturday | May 18th | 11:30 a.m.
Arcades 3
Tuesday | May 21st | 4:00 p.m.
Olympia 6
SCREENINGS
Saturday | May 18th | 6:00 p.m.
Palais I
Monday | May 20th | 11:30 a.m.
Arcades 3
SCREENINGS
Sunday | May 19th | 1:30 p.m.
Riviera 2
Monday | May 20th | 6:00 p.m.
Olympia 4
SCREENINGS
TOMORROW | May 16th | 9:45 a.m.
Palais I
Sunday | May 19th | 3:30 p.m.
Riviera 2
PROMO SCREENINGS
TOMORR
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| May 16th  
| 6:00 p.m.  
| Olympia 4 
 
Satur
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| May 18th
 | 10:00 a.m.
 | P
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THE DEVIL’S VIOLINIST
A mystery biopic about Paganini’s life full of dramatic love, 
art and excess.
DIRECTOR 
Bernard Rose (IMMORTAL BELOVED, MR. NICE, BOXING DAY)
CAST  
David Garrett, Jared Harris (SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME  
 
OF SHADOWS), Joely Richardson (THE GIRL WITH THE  
 
DRAGON TATTOO)
THE PHYSICIAN
Based on Noah Gordon’s best-selling novel sold over 21 
million times worldwide.
DIRECTOR 
Philipp Stoelzl (NORTH FACE, YOUNG GOETHE IN LOVE)
CAST  
Tom Payne (HBO’s LUCK), Sir Ben Kingsley (HUGO),  
 
Stellan Skarsgård (MAMMA MIA), Olivier Martinez  
 
(UNFAITHFUL, S.W.A.T), Emma Rigby
LE GRAND CAHIER
Based on Agota Kristof’s famous novel.
DIRECTOR 
János Szász (WOYZECK)
CAST  
Piroska Molnár, László Gyémánt, András Gyémánt,
 
Ulrich Thomsen (THE CELEBRATION), Ulrich Matthes  
 
(DOWNFALL), Orsolya Tóth (WOMEN WITHOUT MEN)
THE TASTE OF APPLE SEEDS
Based on the major bestselling novel sold to 25 countries 
including France, Great Britain, Italy, Netherlands and 
Spain.
DIRECTOR 
Vivian Naefe
CAST  
Hannah Herzsprung (FOUR MINUTES), Paula Beer 
 
(THE POLL DIARIES), Meret Becker (MUNICH),
 
Marie Bäumer (THE COUNTERFEITERS), Florian Stetter
QUALITY TIME (WT) 
From the producers of VINCENT WANTS TO SEA and 
CHERRY BLOSSOMS - HANAMI.
DIRECTOR 
Holger Haase
CAST  
Florian David Fitz (VINCENT WANTS TO SEA), Henry  
 
Hübchen (GO FOR ZUCKER), Leslie Malton, Marius Haas,
 
Thekla Reuten (THE AMERICAN)
FIRST PROMO
FIRST PROMO
FIRST PROMO
NEW PROMO
FIRST OFFICIAL TRAILER
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Nicole Kidman: The Star 
It looks like 2013 will be a busy year for Kidman, 45, 
with Oscar-bait performances playing Grace Kelly in Olivier Dahan’s Grace of Monaco 
and alongside Colin Firth in WWII drama The Railway Man.  
Lynne Ramsay: The Elusive Indie Queen 
Scottish fi lmmaker Ramsay’s 
2011 competition title, We Need to Talk About Kevin, made several best-of lists. But 
Ramsay, 43, quit planned follow-up Jane Got a Gun on the eve of principal photography. 
Cristian Mungiu: The Conscience 
An uncompromising fi lmmaker who 
favors realism with a social message, Mungiu, 45, launched Romania’s much-lauded 
new wave with his Palme d’Or-winning debut, 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days, in 2007. 
Christoph Waltz: The Returning Hero 
Since winning best actor in 
Cannes for Inglourious Basterds in 2009, for which he went on to win the fi rst of 
his two Oscars, Waltz, 56, has smartly chosen roles that have kept him on the A-list 
with critics and fans. 
— S.R.
Daniel Auteuil: The Grand Acteur 
With Gerard Depardieu now offi  cially a 
Russian citizen, the position of 63-year-old Auteuil as the French industry’s go-to actor 
of a certain age (he’s sometimes called the Gallic Robert De Niro) is uncontested.
Vidya Balan: The Bollywood Heroine 
After acclaimed turns in fea-
tures such as The Dirty Picture — she gained 26 pounds to play ’80s erotic actress 
Silk Smitha — Balan, 35, secured her position as a power player with her marriage in 
December to top Indian producer Siddharth Roy Kapur.
Ang Lee: The Golden Boy 
Taiwanese-American Lee, 58, with a directing Oscar 
under his belt for Life of Pi not to mention a $600 million-plus global gross, also is a 
poster boy for “grown-up” 3D — the format for this year’s opener, The Great Gatsby.
Naomi Kawase: The Art-House Auteur 
Japanese director Kawase, 43, 
a 2007 Grand Prix winner for The Mourning Forest, brings art house cred. Her fi lms are 
near-documentary examinations of uncomfortable subjects such as aging and death.
SPIELBERG PLUS 8: 
A STAR-STUDDED PANEL
Blow-out
 Sure, it’s a chain, but 
Lorenzo Cosi’s hairdressers can take 
last-minute appointments, and all shops 
are English-friendly. Owner 
Sergio also will solve style 
emergencies with a blow-
out or updo at your hotel. 
A blow-out and style starts at €60 ($78); 
an in-room hotel visit is €200 ($262). 
11 rue des Etats-Unis, 04.92.59.08.33
Dry Cleaning
 
Pressing Moliere 
will pick up and has same-day service 
available. Prices range from €6 ($8) for a 
shirt to €20 ($26) for a gown, plus 30 per-
cent for same-day service. Otherwise, 
the item will be ready by noon the next 
day. 8 rue Moliere, 04.93.99.08.68
Florist
 
For an elegant thank-you for 
a helpful publicist, a single orchid from 
Black Card Fleuriste will 
run you about €30 ($40); 
bouquets start around 
€40 ($52), with a €5 ($7) 
delivery fee to hotels. 10 rue Jean de 
Riouff e, 04.93.39.27.22
Tailoring
 
Line (pronounced 
Lee-na, the savvy seamstress’ name) 
Couture will arrange pickup and delivery 
and can handle next-morning or late-
night emergencies. It’s open every day, 
Everything a high-maintenance Hollywood-type needs for the marathon fest but doesn’t know how to ask for en francais
From Blow-out to Takeout: A Cannes Survival Guide
FESTIVAL INSIDER
but prices are higher on Sundays and 
vary depending on scope of alteration. 17 
boulevard de la Croisette, 04.93.68.93.77
Tech Support
 
Fnac, an electron-
ics chain throughout France owned by 
Kering (its CEO is Francois-Henri Pinault 
— that’s Mr. Salma Hayek to you), can 
help with Mac or PC emergencies. While 
you await your device’s diagnosis, hang 
out in the store’s cafe, which will have 
an exhibit on Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln 
throughout the festival and Cesar-
winning composer Eric Serra in-house 
May 22. Open Monday to Saturday, 
10 a.m.- 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m.- 7 p.m. 
83 rue d’Antibes, 08.25.02.00.20
Takeout
 
You can get sushi or pizza 
delivered by motorbike, but anything 
better can be hard to come by. For a 
late-night Big Mac jones, call Couby’s 
Cafe. Open until midnight, it will pack 
up American-style burgers (and fries) 
for takeout. 3 boulevard de Lorraine, 
04.93.30.03.37
American Coffee
 
While 
Starbucks has invaded Paris and even 
opened in nearby Nice, Cannes remains 
free of Seattle’s siren. For a homey caf-
feine fi x, either head to the American 
Pavilion or try the American-inspired 
Coff ee & Cookies, which off ers 
Frappuccino-style blended coff ee 
drinks, smoothies, muffi  ns and “not-too-
bad-for-France” bagels. Drinks starting 
at Starbucks prices, about €4 ($5). 
2 square Merimee, 04.92.28.06.63
Yoga
 
Need a chakra boost before 
your 9:30 sales meet or a Zen detox to 
restore your will to live? The Vinyasa 
Yoga Studio off ers a full program of 
classes from power morning sessions 
to meditation relaxation designed to 
eliminate jet lag. One-hour 
private lessons are avail-
able at the studio between 
3 and 5 p.m. daily for €80 
($105), or an instructor will come to your 
hotel room for €100 ($130) an hour. Call 
Cathy at least 24 hours in advance to 
arrange private sessions. Open Monday 
to Saturday, 9 a.m.-7:30 p.m. 14 rue 
Buttura, 04.93.38.68.74
Gifts
 
Looking for the perfect cadeaux 
to take home? Famed macaron maker 
and longtime goody-bag favorite during 
fashion week — even models love the 
colorful bite-sized cookies — Laduree 
opened an outpost in Cannes in the fall. 
Boxes start at €20 ($26), and you can 
pick your favorite fl avors from the daily 
options. 79 rue d’Antibes, 04.93.38.05.06
Doctor
 
Revel in the old-fashioned 
house call, still de rigueur across France: 
A GP comes to your door within an hour. 
Prices depend on diagnosis, but be 
prepared to pay about 
€75 ($98). Your medecin 
will give you a receipt to 
submit to your U.S.-based 
insurance. Cannes has a special area 
number: SOS Medecins Cannes Grasse 
et Region, 08.25.00.50.04
Quick Getaway
 It’s a snap 
to escape from the players and the 
wanna bes, the Blackberrys, the deals, 
the 15-minute meetings and all the 
hustle and fl ow. Just hop a ferry for 
the 20-minute ride to St. Honorat 
Island (€14 round-trip; the fi rst boat 
leaves at 8 a.m., the last one back is 
6 p.m.) and experience the spiritual 
bliss the Cistercian monks have enjoyed 
here since AD 410. Pre-book for a 
weeklong post-festival retreat at the 
monastery itself or just go to spend a 
day decompressing — as long as your 
idea of decompressing doesn’t include 
nudism (forbidden) or loud noises 
(discouraged). St. Honorat is just under 
a mile long and a quarter mile wide so 
it’s easy to get around on foot. 
— RHONDA RICHFORD AND 
SCOTT ROXBOROUGH
Auteuil
Balan
Lee
Kidman
Ramsay
Mungiu
Waltz
Kawase
Fresh off  the Oscar-nominated Lincoln, Steven Spielberg returns to 
Cannes as the president of the competition jury, joined by this esteemed 
octet in anointing this year’s Palme d’Or winner
Pick up a copy of THR weekly’s Cannes preview at The Hollywood 
Reporter Terrace at the JW Marriott, 50 boulevard de la Croisette 
and visit thr.com/newsletters to sign up for breaking-news alerts.
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THE 2013 CANNES POSTER AWARDS
EDITORIAL DIRECTOR
Janice Min
 
|
 
janice.min@thr.com
DEPUTY EDITORIAL DIRECTOR
Mark Miller
 
|
 
mark.miller@thr.com
PHOTO & VIDEO DIRECTOR
Jennifer Laski
 
|
 
jennifer.laski@thr.com
ART DIRECTOR
Peter Cury
 
|
 
peter.cury@thr.com
NEWS
Kevin Cassidy
kevin.cassidy@thr.com
 
|
 
+1 213 840 1896
Gregg Kilday
gregg.kilday@thr.com
 
|
 
+1 310 528 3395
Gary Baum
gary.baum@thr.com
 
|
 
+1 213 840 1661
Patrick Brzeski
patrick.brzeski@thr.com
 
|
 
+33 6 24 74 04 98
Merle Ginsberg
merle.ginsberg@thr.com
 
|
 
+1 917 862 4453
Stuart Kemp
stuart.kemp@thr.com
 
|
 
+44 79 7712 5676
Pamela McClintock 
pamela.mcclintock@thr.com
 
|
 
+1 323 627 0670
Rhonda Richford
rhonda.richford@gmail.com
 
|
 
+33 6 52 23 93 34
Scott Roxborough
scott.roxborough@thr.com
 
|
 
+49 173 260 3692
Georg Szalai
georg.szalai@thr.com
 
|
 
+44 777 137 0103
REVIEWERS
Todd McCarthy 
|
 
todd.mccarthy@thr.com
Deborah Young 
|
 
dyoung@mclink.it
David Rooney 
|
 
drooney@nyc.rr.com
Neil Young 
|
 
neil@jigsawlounge.co.uk
Stephen Dalton 
|
 
wetlabrador@yahoo.com
Jordan Mintzer 
|
 
jpmintzer@mac.com
THR.COM
Rebecca Ford 
|
 
rebecca.ford@thr.com
PHOTO & VIDEO
Stephanie Fischette
stephanie.fi schette@thr.com
Moira Haney 
|
 
moira.haney@thr.com
ART & PRODUCTION
Amélie Cherlin 
|
 
amelie.cherlin@thr.com
Emily Johnson 
|
 
emily.johnson@thr.com
Kelly Jones 
|
 
kelly.jones@thr.com
 
|
 
+1 818 359 9747
PUBLISHER
Lynne Segall 
|
 
lynne.segall@thr.com
SALES & MARKETING
Alison Smith
alison.smith@thr.com
 
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+44 7788 591 781
Jonathon Aubry
jonathon.aubry@thr.com
 
|
 
+1 323-397-3725
Tyler DelVento
tyler.delvento@thr.com
 
|
 
+1 646 369 6818
Debra Fink
debra.fi nk@thr.com
 
|
 
+1 213 448-5157
Tommaso Campione
tommaso.campione@thr.com
 
|
 
+44 7793 090 683
Ivy Lam
ivy.lam@thr.com
 
|
 
+852 617 692 72
Anna Magzanyan
anna.magzanyan@thr.com
 
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+1 818 261-0815
LEAST KNOWLEDGE OF MOVIE HISTORY
A Talking Cat!?! 
(USA)
The punctuation suggests the fi lmmakers never 
heard of a little franchise called Garfi eld. Or Puss
in Boots, for that matter. Word is the fi lmmakers 
have a few more projects in the works: “Toys That 
Come Alive!?!” and “An Ogre Who’s Really Nice!?!”
MOST INSULTING TO CANINE PRIDE
An Easter Bunny Puppy 
(USA)
Any dog down on her luck can turn rabid,
but it takes true desperation to turn rabbit instead. 
This starving canine starlet will cross-dress for 
kibbles, but she won’t visit the Playboy Mansion. 
Hef would only make her his bitch.
BEST MASHUP
Disco Valley 
(India)
So the Mayans were right: The world did end in 2012! 
But before it did, two dudes, a gal, Babe and the 
ghost of Herve Villechaize got together for the party 
of a lifetime. But aren’t we all a little tired of the 
disco-pig-beach-apocalypse-movie genre by now? 
BIGGEST HEAD SCRATCHER
Ghost Dog 
(Australia)
“Never sleep, never grow old” — these are 
just two of the cool things about being a ghost dog. 
The others, apparently, are: “Look nothing like 
a ghost” and “Be a pirate for some reason.” 
— MICHAEL RUBINER
THR pays tribute to the most, um, distinctive posters at the market
Pets
Edition
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THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER  
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 Ross arrived in fl oral style
at the 1973 festival.


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