Award season for 2015 is well on the way and with Cannes Film Festival creeping up this May we are far too excited here at MESS Magazine. With lots to look forward too and the usual rumours this is what we’ll be expecting and seeing at this years Cannes Festival.

– Mad Max will be exclusively premièred at the festival before official release.


Tom Hardy for Mad Max (EMPIRE MAGAZINE)


– Titles to be announced include: Carol, Flashmob, The Early Years, Flashmob, The Little Prince and the long-awaited Disney Pixar film Inside Out


Inside Out – Disney Pixar

Overview of predictions,

The Early Years, Paolo Sorrentino 6/1
Louder Than Bombs, Joachim Trier 6/1
The Lobster, Yorgos Lanthimos 6/1
Three Memories of Childhood, Arnaud Desplechin 6/1

Carol, Todd Haynes 8/1
Sunset Song, Terence Davies 8/1
The Assassin, Hou Hsiao-hsien 8/1
Kamakura Diary, Hirokazu Kore-Eda 8/1
Love in Khon Kaen, Apichatpong Weerasethakul 8/1
Mia Madre, Nanni Moretti 8/1
The Tale of Tales, Matteo Garrone 8/1

Erran, Jacques Audiard 12/1
Sea of Trees, Gus Van Sant 12/1
Arabian Nights, Miguel Gomes 12/1
The Treasure, Corneliu Porumboiu 12/1

Francophonia, Alexander Sokurov 16/1
My King, Maiwenn 16/1
Macbeth, Justin Kurzel 16/1
Sweet Red Bean Paste, Naomi Kawase 16/1

The Last Face, Sean Penn 20/1

Out of the competition:
A Bigger Splash – Luca Guadagnino
Design for Living – Johnnie To
Regression – Alejandro Amenebar
The Crossing – John Woo

Strong Possibilities:
Beasts of No Nation – Cary Fukunaga
Midnight Special – Jeff Nichols
The Last Vampire – Marco Bellochio
Love – Gaspard Noé
The Wait – Piero Messina

If ready in time, definitely would take a slot:
Untitled Abbas Kiarostami Project
The Real Wound – Abdellatif Kechiche
Untitled Terrence Malick Project
Dau – Ilya Khrzhanovsky
Mountains May Depart – Jia Zhangke
On the Milky Road – Emir Kusturica

credit to IONCINEMA

More importantly we excited to see who will be there! Keep updated with all CANNES FESTIVAL news here at MESS MAGAZINE starting May 13th – 24th.



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