The 2011 Cannes Film Festival has added the Michel Hazanavicius-directed The Artist to the competition roster, which is now made up of 20 films. The festival has named the Andrey Zvyagintsev-directed Elena to screen at the closing-night ceremony of the Un Certain Regard category. The Un Certain Regard jury has been set, with Emir Kusturica presiding and French actress Elodie Bouchez, UK Guardian critic Peter Bradshaw, Tribeca Enterprises chief creative officer Geoffrey Gilmore and Morelia Festival director Daniela Michel making up the jury. As for the Camera d’Or jury, Bong Joon-Ho will preside over a panel that consists of French critic Daniele Heymann, Magyar Filmunio head Eva Vezer, cinematographer Robert Alazraki, Cinedia laboratory manager Daniel Colland, director Jacques Maillot and critic Alex Masson.
Cannes Adds To Film Roster, Sets Juries
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