Since 1946 the Festival de Cannes has showcased some of the best of world cinema while facilitating the spectacle of celebrity adoration.
According to policy, “the aim of the Festival is to encourage the development of the art of film making in all its forms, while fostering and maintaining a spirit of collaboration among all film making countries”.
Films that are representative of “auteur cinema with a wide audience appeal” are presented in competition. Films screened in the program Un Certain Regard typically feature an original aim and aesthetic. The loan Canadian feature length entry in this years program is ‘Sarah Prefere La Course’, directed by Quebec’s Chloe Robichaud.
A digitally restored print of Ted Kotcheff’s 1974 film ‘The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz’, adapted from Mordecai Richler’s novel, will be presented in the Cannes Classics program.
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