Cannes 2013 Director's Fortnight Includes Films By Alejandro Jodorowsky, Jim Mickle, Anurag Kashyap

Brian Clark, European Editor
Time will tell, but as of now, The Cannes Director's Fortnight program this year looks like a more well-rounded, eccentric group of films than the competition. It's a lineup where, for example, Jim Mickle's Sundance selected cannibalism tale We Are What We Are plays alongside the latest from The Sorrow and the Pity director Marcel Ophuls. It also ranges from old masters like Alejandro Jordorowsky, presenting his new autobiographical film, The Dance of Reality to new genre filmmakers like Jeremy Saulnier (Murder Party) who is showing Blue Ruin. It also includes a number of Fortnight alumni, notably Gangs of Wasseypur director Anurag Kashyap, who will premiere his new film Ugly, a thriller set in Mumbai. Here is the full lineup:

Features
The Congress, dir: Ari Folman
A Strange Course Of Events, dir: Raphael Nadjari
Apres La Nuit, dir: Basil Da Cunha*
The Apaches, dir: Thierry De Peretti*
Blue Ruin, dir: Jeremy Saulnier
La Danza De La Realidad, dir: Alejandro Jodorowosky
Jodorowsky's Dune, dir: Frank Pavich*
L'Escale, dir: Kaveh Bakhtiari*
Henri, dir: Yolande Moreau
La Fille Du 14 Juillet, dir: Antonin Peretjako*
Ilo Ilo, dir: Anthony Chen*
Last Day On Mars, dir: Ruairi Robinson*
Les Garçons Et Guillaume, A Table!, dir: Guillaume Gallienne*
The Selfish Giant, dir: Clio Barnard
Magic Magic, dir: Sebastian Silva
On The Job, dir: Erik Matti
Tip Top, dir: Serge Bozon
Ugly, dir: Anurag Kashyap
Un Voyageur, dir: Marcel Ophuls
The Summer Of The Flying Fish, dir: Marcela Said
We Are What We Are, dir: Jim Mickle
*Denotes a first film which is eligible for the Camera d'Or

Short Films
Gambozinos, dir: João Nicolau
Lágy Eső, dir: Dénes Nagy
Le Quepa Sur La Vilni!, dir: Yann Le Quellec
Man Kann Nicht Auf Einmal Alles Tun, Aber Man Kann Auf Einmal Alles Lassen, dir: Marie-Elsa Sgualdo
O Umbra De Nor, dir: Radu Jude
Pouco Mais De Um Mês, dir: André Novais Oliveira
Que Je Tombe Tout Le Temps, dir: Eduardo Williams
Solecito, dir: Oscar Ruiz Navia
Swimmer, dir: Lynne Ramsay



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