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Gianni Zanasi's 'Lucia's Grace,' which closed the Directors' Fortnight in Cannes, stars the ubiquitous Alba Rohrwacher ('Happy as Lazzaro') as a land surveyor who believes the Virgin Mary speaks to her.

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After a sluggish start, this year's fest shone through the cloud of pessimism with some strong, timely, provocative films — suggesting that those proclaiming Cannes "over" had spoken too soon.

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Generations collide in 'The Wild Pear Tree,' a coming of age story set in Turkey from Cannes Palme d’Or laureate Nuri Bilge Ceylan.

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Writer-director Agustin Toscano ('The Owner') returns to Cannes with a second feature 'The Snatch Thief,' about a robber who winds up befriending one of his victims.

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A truck driver delivers an ominously secret cargo in Serbian director Ognjen Glavonic's dramatic debut feature 'The Load'.

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Nicolas Vanier’s family adventure 'School of Life,' starring Francois Cluzet celebrates the rustic charm of the French countryside between the wars.

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Adam Driver stars as an advertising director caught up in the delusions of Jonathan Pryce as a Spanish shoemaker convinced he's Cervantes' heroic dreamer in Terry Gilliam's long-stalled passion project, 'The Man Who Killed Don Quixote.'

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'Amin,' the new film from Philippe Faucon, director of Cesar winner 'Fatima,' centers on the relationship between a Senegalese immigrant in France and the woman he works for.

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Having worked together previously on 'Tulpan,' director Sergey Dvortsevoy and actor Samal Yeslyamova are reunited for 'Ayka,' the story of a woman facing life or death decisions on the streets of Moscow.

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Rosy Rodríguez and Zaira Romero star as the eponymous 'Carmen and Lola,' two teenage girls from the Roma community who find themselves falling in love in this feature debut for Spanish director Arantxa Echevarria.

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Actor-director Nadine Labaki explores the poorest slums of Lebanon through the eyes of a child in Cannes competition entry 'Capharnaum.'

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Will Arnett teams up with a Rottweiler voiced by Ludicris in the family-friendly canine romp 'Show Dogs.'

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Writer-director Yann Gonzalez ('You and the Night') premiered his second feature 'Knife + Heart,' which stars Vanessa Paradis as a gay porn producer, in competition at Cannes.

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French comic and director Alex Lutz portrays a pop singer from the 60s in the mockumentary 'Guy.'

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Nine scientists from different fields meet in a round-robin of wonder in Ian Cheney's doc 'The Most Unknown.'

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In the Cannes Special Screening selection 'To the Four Winds,' filmmaker Michel Toesca documents farmer-turned-activist Cedric Herrou as he helps migrants cross the French border.

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A former arm-wrestling champion returns to his native Korea and discovers a family he never knew he had in Kim Yong-wan's sports-themed dramedy 'Champion.'

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Veteran actors Timothy Bottoms, Stephen Tobolowsky and David Clennon head the cast of 'Welcome to the Men's Group,' a dramedy directed by and co-starring Joseph Culp, the son of actor Robert Culp.

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A woman suffering from amnesia is awkwardly reunited with her family in 'Fugue,' the second feature by Polish director Agnieszka Smoczynska ('The Lure').

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The thirst for money destroys even the best in a modern fable set in Gomorrah country in 'Dogman.'

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