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Cannes Film Festival lineup announced: It's not too late to get to France, Terrence Malick

In further news of faraway things that 95 percent of you will not attend—but which, in this case, will have a much greater impact on the stuff we’ll most likely be talking about in 2010—the official lineup for this year’s Cannes Film Festival was released today. As expected, the 63rd edition of two of the biggest weeks in film is once again heavy on international auteurs like Takeshi Kitano, Jean-Luc Godard, and Mike Leigh, though it also makes room for potential American blockbusters like Oliver Stone’s Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps and Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood update with Russell Crowe. As the L.A. Times points out, the much-rumored debut of Terrence Malick’s Tree Of Life is so far not on the schedule—which is weird, because Terrence Malick is usually so good about turning films around quickly—but the festival is reportedly holding out hope that it will be a last-minute addition. Audiences will get to sate their curiosities about Woody Allen’s new You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger, which has one of the more unusual Allen casts in recent memory (Josh Brolin, Anthony Hopkins, Naomi Watts, and Antonio Banderas). Here’s a complete list of films both in and out of competition; this year’s jury is headed up by Tim Burton.

IN COMPETITION

Tournee,  Mathieu Almaric
Des Hommes des Dieux,  Xavier Beauvois
Biutiful,  Alejandro Gonzales Innaritu
Hors-la-loi,  Rachid Bouchareb
Un Homme Qui Crie,  Mahamat-Saleh Haroun
Housemaid,  Im Sangsoo
Copie Conforme,  Abbas Kiarostami
Outrage,  Takeshi KitanoPoetry,  Lee Chang-dong
Another Year,  Mike Leigh
Fair Game,  Doug Liman
You, My Joy,  Sergei Lovnitsa
La Nostra Vita,  Daniele Luchetti
Utomlyonnye Solntsem 2,  Nikita Mikhalkov
La Princesse de Monptpensier,  Bertrand Tavernier
Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives,  Apichatpong Weerasethakul

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OUT OF COMPETITION
You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger,  Woody Allen
Tamara Drewe,  Stephen Frears
Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps,  Oliver Stone

MIDNIGHT SCREENINGS
Kaboom,  Gregg Araki
L’Autre Monde (Blackhole),  Gilles Marchand

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UN CERTAIN REGARD
Blue Valentine,  Derek Cianfrance
O Estranho Caso de Angelica,  Manouel de Oliveira
Les Amours Imaginaires (Heartbeats),  Xavier Dolan
Los Labios,  Ivan Fund and Santiago Loza
Simon Werner a Disparu…  Fabrice Gobert
Film Socialisme,  Jean-Luc Godard
Unter Dir Die Stadt (The City Below),  Christoph Hochhausler
Rebecca H. (Return to the Dogs),  Lodge Kerrigan
Pal Adreinn (Adrienn Pal),  Agnes Kocsis
Udaan,  Vikramaditya Motwane
Marti Dupa Craciun (Tuesday, After Christmas),  Radu Muntean
Chatroom,  Hideo Nakata
Aurora,  Cristi Puiu
Ha Ha Ha,  Hong Sangsoo
Life Above All,  Oliver Schmitz
Octubre,  Daniel Vega
R U There,  David Verbeek
Rizhao Chongqing (Chongqing Blues),  Xiaoshuai Wang

SPECIAL SCREENINGS
Inside Job,  Charles Ferguson
Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow,  Sophie Fiennes
Nostalgia for the Light,  Patricio Guzman
Draquila - L’Italia Che Trema,  Sabina Guzzanti
Chantrapas,  Otar Iosseliani
Abel,  Diego Luna

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