Cannes Rules Out Physical Edition For Now, Will Host Screenings at Fall Festivals

Cannes Film Festival ruled out

The Cannes Film Festival will unveil a selection of movies in early June and collaborate with several festivals, including Venice, to present some films, Variety has confirmed. “As of today, a physical edition seems complicated to organize, so we are going forward with an announcement of films from the (initial Official) Selection at the beginning of June,” said a spokesperson for the festival.

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