2014 Cannes Jury Announced April 28, 2014 0 Comments Ryan Adams Posted in News (thanks to Paddy at screenonscreen) Jane Campion – (Sweetie, The Piano, Bright Star) 9th female jury president in Cannes’ 67 year history. Carole Bouquet – (That Obscure Object of Desire, Day of the Idiots, Too Beautiful for You) Sofia Coppola – (Lost in Translation, The Virgin Suicides, Marie Antoinette) First came to Cannes with her father to premiere Apocalypse Now — when she was 8 years old. Willem Dafoe – (Platoon, The Last Temptation of Christ, Heaven’s Gate) Gael Garcia Bernal – (Amores Perros, The Motorcycle Diaries, Y Tu Mamá También) Leila Hatami – (A Separation, Leila, The Last Step) Jeon Do Yeon – (The Housemaid, Secret Sunshine, Untold Scandal) Jia Zhang Ke – (Unknown Pleasures, 24 City, A Touch of Sin) Nicolas Winding Refn – (Drive, Pusher, Bronson) Danielle Henderson Savages The Other Woman in Best... April 27, 2014 0 Comments Chef and Keep on Keepin’ On win big at Tribe... April 28, 2014 0 Comments Share this About author Ryan Adams Related Posts 0 Comments News Mill Valley Film Festival Names Mudbound and Molly’s Game among its Audience Favorites. 0 Comments News London Film Festival Diary, Day 7: The Shape of Water 0 Comments News AwardsDaily Joins Twitter Boycott Today 0 Comments News Tribeca And Chanel Support Women Filmmakers Through The 3rd Annual Through Her Lens: The Tribeca Chanel Women’s Filmmaker Program Tags Cannes 2014 Christophe Carole Bouquet was also a James Bond girl in the early 80’s (For Your Eyes Only). That to me is more impressive than all those boring French films! Paddy Mulholland Christophe you had better be taking the piss… tintin Mmm…not an impressive jury. ubourgeois Ahh, part of me wishes Dafoe or Coppola were swapped out for someone else, so we could get an entirely international Jury. Those are always fun. Oh well, that’s minor. We have a very interesting – dare I say edgy? – jury on our hands this year. They’ll probably go for something not so obvious, so probably no Palme for Mr. Turner or Two Days, One Night or anything like that. Not that I don’t think those will be good or interesting films, I just see a jury like this swinging more towards something exciting – maybe this will be Godard’s year? Then again, who would have expected a Spielberg-led jury to pick Blue? This is just idle speculation. Bryce Forestieri Looks anti-American Hope I’m wrong Refn has great taste though; a child of the American cinema of the 80’s. Igor Sousa anti-American????? Because there are only two American on it or because there are an Iranian woman and a Chinese man?!! I liked a lot the jury, specially because of the majority of women in it and also it’s a really ecletic one. I have no idea what way they are getting into Chris Price Like Alan of Montreal I think this jury works in Cronenberg’s favour, actually. menyc I don’t see anti-American. I see pro-International. Do not miss 0 Comments News Mill Valley Film Festival Names Mudbound and Molly’s Game among its Audience Favorites.