How to get to Cannes and Cannes Lions 2016: the list of winners
When the first Oscars came around, many of the films that made the cut had never even made it to the Oscars.
This year, the film industry is celebrating the fact that we’ve finally got some big-name films, like this year’s The Imitation Game, that will make the jump to the big screen, but there are also some big names that are already set to make their way into the big time.
Here’s a look at the films set to go into Cannes and Lions 2016, as well as some of the other films that could get their big-screen debuts in 2019.1.
The Implant – Sam Mendes, Ben Wheatley, James GunnDirector: Sam MendeCast: Sam Mordecai, Ben Wheaton, James Gordon, Sarah Paulson, David Oyelowo, Rachael Aronow, Jack Ollman, Matt DamonThe Implant is one of the most talked-about films of the year, with the story of a young man and his attempts to have a heart transplant after a terrible accident.
The film stars Tom Hardy, who starred as a young doctor in The Royal Tenenbaums, and David Oyedemore, who co-starred in The Martian, which came out in 2017.
The story of how the film came together is interesting, but it also brings to mind a lot of the themes that we see coming from a lot.
It’s a story of perseverance, perseverance and perseverance.2.
The Fifth Estate – Sam Rockwell, John Malkovich, Chris Hemsworth, Cate BlanchettDirector: Paul Thomas AndersonCast: Samuel L. Jackson, Tessa Thompson, Ben Affleck, Kristen Wiig, Charlize TheronThe Fifth Estate is the story behind the recent #BlackLivesMatter protests, and the first film to be shot in New York, and it’s also the story about the relationship between a black man and a black woman in America.
The plot of the film is a fascinating one, but its main character is Sam Rockwinkle, a Black man who was raised in the segregated South by his white mother, who had her own family of servants, who would have to deal with racism on a daily basis.
It all started with a simple question: Can I afford a doctor?
And Sam’s response was to go to a hospital, where he was offered an appointment for a heart bypass surgery.
That surgery was never actually done, and Sam had to take the money that his mother left him to go through with the procedure.
It was a pretty traumatic experience for him, and that’s how it started to make him see that he had to give back to society in some way.3.
American Hustle – Aaron Sorkin, Michael Cera, James Franco, Jessica ChastainDirector: Aaron SiskindCast: Aaron Seitz, Jessica Alba, Meryl Streep, Michael KeatonThe first major blockbuster film to hit theaters, American Hustles is the latest in the film series from Sorkins, and is the most anticipated film in the series.
It has an extremely strong ensemble cast, which includes Meryl, Mandy Moore, and Cate DeGeneres.
The movie is also set to hit the big screens next year with the release of The Revenant.4.
The Danish Girl – Emma Stone, Emma Thompson, David Ayer, Daniel Day-LewisDirector: Martin ScorseseCast: Emma Stone as Katniss Everdeen, Daniel Craig as Peeta Mellark, David Thewlis as Winter, Rachel McAdams as Haymitch Abernathy, Idris Elba as Gideon Malick, Jai Courtney as Dax, Adrien Brody as Canderous, Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, Ben Mendelsohn as Maximus5.
The Dark Tower – Nikolaj Arcel, Nikolaj Gollop, David S. Goyer, David Heyman, Paul Feig, David Slade, David WainThe Dark Tower is the fourth film in Stephen King’s series of horror novels, and this time around, the series will be returning to the screen.
It is set in an alternate world that is ruled by a mysterious man called The Tower, who is known as The Master.
In the series, the Tower is able to manipulate the minds of the people in his control through various means, including The Eye, which is a supernatural artifact that appears in the form of a tiny golden eye.
The first film in this series, The Gunslinger, came out back in 2014, and we know that the second film, The Dark City, will be coming out in 2019 as well.6.
A Wrinkle in Time – Sam Claflin, Christopher Guest, Michael Chiklis, Christopher Walken, Michael Shannon, Olivia WildeDirector: