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The Official Selection of the 63rd edition of the Festival de Cannes completed

The Official Selection of the 63rd edition of the Festival de Cannes is now completed with :
                                                                      
- Carancho, by Argentinian film director Pablo Trapero and  I Wish I knew by Jia Zhang Ke (China) in Un Certain Regard.

- The Autobiography of Nicolae Ceauşescu, directed by the Romanian Andrei Ujică, Out of Competition

- Countdown to Zero, directed by Lucy Walker (United States), special Screening.

- Chongqing Blues, by the Chinese film director Wang Xiaoshuaï and Tender Son - The Frankestein Project, directed by Kornél Mondruczó (Hungary) are the last two titles to complete the Competition of the Official Selection, which will present 18 films competing for the Palme d’Or.

The Jury of the 63rd edition of the Festival de Cannes is now completed by Alexandre Desplat, the French composer. 

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