Cannes Film Festival Delays Its Press Conference by One Week (Exclusive)

Cannes Film Festival Delays Its Press Conference by One Week (Exclusive)
The Cannes Film Festival has delayed its highly anticipated press conference by one week, to June 3, Variety has learned.

The reason for the date change is an abundance of movies that have been submitted to the festival, according to an industry source. The Official Selection, in particular the competition, is expected to be larger than usual.

In a normal year, when the festival takes place in May, the lineup is unveiled one month before its start.

Cannes is still on track to open on July 6 with the world premiere of Leos Carax’s musical romance “Annette” with Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard. The 2021 edition should be in no shortage of major auteurs and stars. So far, two titles have been confirmed for the competition by Cannes chief Thierry Fremaux — “Annette” and Paul Verhoeven’s subversive period thriller “Benedetta.”

Some of the movies being considered for this edition include Sean Penn
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