How to watch the Cannes Film Festival ceremonies 2023 for freeon May 17, 2023 at 12:54 Tech Advisor
The Cannes Film Festival is the biggest film festival in the world, bringing together A-listers, directors, writers and industry experts to celebrate the biggest and best movies of this year.
Whilst most screenings will take place behind closed doors, you can still watch the opening and closing ceremonies, the Cannes Film Awards and catch all the celebrities on the red carpet. Here is everything you need to know.
When is the Cannes Film Festival 2023?
This year, the international film festival will take place from Tuesday 16 May 2023 to Saturday 27 May 2023 and will pay tribute to the iconic French film icon Catherine Deneuve.
The actress can be seen in black and white on the official poster of the event, designed by Hartland Villa and created from a photo by Jack Garofalo on the set of La Chamade. Chiara Mastroianni will be the mistress of the opening and prize-giving ceremonies.
When will the closing ceremony and Cannes Film Awards 2023 take place?
The Cannes Film Awards will be handed out during the closing ceremony – this includes the Palme d’Or.
The event will kick off on Saturday 27 May 2023 at the following times:
8:30pm CEST (France/Central Europe)7:30pm BST (UK)3pm ET (East Coast US)11am PT (West Coast US)4am AEST (Australia)
How to watch the Cannes Film Festival 2023 ceremonies and awards
Cannes Film Festival has confirmed that it will be airing the opening ceremony, closing ceremony and Cannes Film Awards for free internationally.
If you’re based in the UK or US, then you can watch the English language version of the events over on the Brut. America Facebook page. The Cannes Film Festival claims that this stream will not be geo-restricted, so you can watch from anywhere.
You can also catch all the red carpet action and press conferences over on the official YouTube channel for Cannes Film Festival – we’ve embedded this below:
Who is the jury for Cannes Film Festival 2023?
Ruben Östlund, Swedish director with two Palmes d’Or, has been chosen as president of the jury and succeeds actor Vincent Lindon.
The rest of the jury members for the 76th ceremony include director Maryam Touzani, actor Denis Ménochet, writer and director Rugani Nyoni, actress Brie Larson, writer Atiq Rahimi, actor Paul Dano, director Julia Ducournau and director Damian Szifron.
The official selection for Cannes Film Festival 2023
Here is the list of the feature films selected In Competition, Out of Competition and Un Certain Regard. You can find out further information on the Cannes website:
In Competition – Feature Films:
FilmsDirectors Club Zero Jessica HausnerThe Zone of InterestJonathan GlazerFallen LeavesAki KaurismakiLes Filles D’Olfa (Four Daughters)Kaouther Ben Hania Ben HaniaAsteroid City Wes AndersonAnatomie D’une ChuteJustine TrietMonsterKore-eda HirokazuIl Sol Dell’AvvenireNanni MorettiLa ChimeraAlice RohrwacherAbout Dry GrassesNuri Bilge CeylanL’Ete DernierCatherine BreillatThe Passion of Dodin BouffantDodin Bouffant by Tran Anh HungRapitoMarco BellocchioMay December Todd HaynesFirebrandKarim AïnouzThe Old OakKen LoachBanel Et AdamaRamata-Toulaye SyPerfect DaysWim WendersJeunesseWang Bing
Out of Competition:
FilmsDirectors Jeanne du Barry (Opening film)MaïwennKillers of the Flower Moon Martin ScorseseThe IdolSam LevinsonCobwebKim Jee-woonIndiana Jones and the Dial of DestinyJames MangoldElemental (Closing Night Film)Pixar
Un Certain Regard:
FilmsDirectors Le règne animal (Opening film)Thomas CailleyHow to Have SexManning WalkerGoodbye JuliaMohamed KordofaniCrowra (The Burti Flower)Joao Salaviza and Renée Nader MessoraSimple Comme SylvainMonia ChokriKadib Abyad (The Mother of All Lies)Kadib AbyadLos Colonos (The Settlers)Felipe GalvezAugureBaloji TshianiThe Breaking IceAnthony ChenRosalieStephanie Di GiustoThe New BoyWarwick ThorntonIf Only I Could HibernateZoljargal PurevdashRien a PerdreDelphine DelogetHopelessKim Chang-hoonTerrestrial VersesAli Asgari and Alireza KhatamiLes MeutesKamal LazraqLos Deliquentes (The Deliquents)Rodrigo Moreno
This article was translated from the original piece written by Mathilde Vicente on the French Edition of Tech Advisor, and edited by Hannah Cowton.