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Cannes 2022: Deepika Padukone And Asghar Farhadi To Be Part Of Film Festival Jury


French
actor
Vincent
Lindon
will
be
the
President
of
the
Jury
of
the
75th
Festival
de
Cannes.
Together
with
eight
jury
members,
the
actor
who
won
Best
Actor
in
2015
will
present
the
Palme
d’Or
to
one
of
the
21
films
in
competition
on
Saturday,
May
28,
during
the
closing
ceremony,
to
be
broadcast
live
by
France
Télévisions
and
Brut.

Isabelle
Huppert
was
the
last
French
star
to
be
Jury
President
in
2009.
In
the
history
of
the
Festival,
French
celebrities
have
often
held
this
role
in
an
anniversary
year,
such
as
Yves
Montand
in
1987
for
the
40th
Festival,
Gérard
Depardieu
in
1993
for
the
45th
Festival,
and
Isabelle
Adjani
in
1997
for
the
50th.

jury

The
Jury
Vincent
Lindon

President
Actor
France

Rebecca
Hall
Actress,
producer,
screenwriter,
director
United
Kingdom
/
United
States

Deepika
Padukone
Actress
India

Noomi
Rapace
Actress
Sweden

Jasmine
Trinca
Actress,
director
Italy

Asghar
Farhadi
Director,
producer,
screenwriter
Iran

Ladj
Ly
Director,
screenwriter,
actor,
producer
France

Jeff
Nichols
Director,
screenwriter
United
States

Joachim
Trier
Director,
screenwriter
Norway

We
are
also
announcing
that
Jasmine
Trinca’s
first
feature
film
Marcel!
will
be
presented
in
Special
Screening.
“It
is
a
great
honor
and
source
of
pride
to
be
entrusted,
in
the
midst
of
the
tumult
of
all
the
events
we
are
going
through
in
the
world,
with
the
splendid,
weighty
task
of
chairing
the
Jury
of
the
75th
International
Cannes
Film
Festival.”

“With
my
Jury,
we
will
strive
to
take
the
best
possible
care
of
the
films
of
the
future,
all
of
which
carry
the
same
secret
hope
of
courage,
loyalty,
and
freedom,
with
a
mission
to
move
the
greatest
number
of
women
and
men
by
speaking
to
them
of
their
common
wounds
and
joys.
Culture
helps
the
human
soul
to
rise
and
hope
for
tomorrow.”

Vincent
Lindon,
Jury
President

After
the
coronation
of
Titane,
Palme
d’Or
2021,
in
which
he
starred
with
Agathe
Rousselle,
Vincent
Lindon
returns
to
the
Croisette,
no
longer
on
but
facing
the
screen
of
the
Théâtre
Lumière
of
the
Palais
des
Festivals.
He
will
have
the
task
of
presenting
the
supreme
award
to
the
successor
of
Julia
Ducournau,
the
second
woman
director
to
win
the
Palme
d’Or
after
Jane
Campion
in
1993.

The
male
lead
in
this
sensational
film
about
tattered
identities
and
claimed
monstrosity,
the
actor
impacted
bodies,
hearts,
and
minds,
totally
imbued
with
his
role
as
a
wounded
fireman,
like
each
of
his
compositions,
whether
a
business
owner
(Ma
petite
Entreprise),
a
Calais
swimming
instructor
(Welcome),
a
bricklayer
(Mademoiselle
Chambon),
a
Prime
Minister
(Pater),
a
humanitarian
(Les
Chevaliers
Blancs),
a
long-term
unemployed
man
(La
Loi
du
marché),
a
sculptor
(Rodin),
a
star
reporter
(L’Apparition)
or
a
union
delegate
(En
guerre).
A
physical
actor,
worthy
heir
to
Jean
Gabin,
Lino
Ventura,
and
Patrick
Dewaere,
he
shares
with
his
elders
a
magnetic
and
rough
presence,
where
a
rare
and
always
vivid
sensitivity
emerges.
Instinctive
and
passionate,
Vincent
Lindon
is
a
powerhouse
of
tension
and
emotion.
Freed
from
the
shackles
of
modernity,
committed
and
sometimes
rebellious,
Vincent
Lindon
knows
no
boundaries
with
his
struggling
characters
and
his
universal
stories.
His
search
for
authenticity
naturally
leads
him
to
take
on
the
political
and
social
ills
of
our
time
-injustice,
xenophobia,
impoverishment-
in
order
to
better
understand
them;
and
to
reflect,
by
underlining
without
judgment,
the
contradictions
of
a
defeated
humanity
that
strives
to
remain
dignified;
and
by
knowing
how
to
sway
its
own
certainties.

A
longtime
faithful
friend
of
the
Festival
de
Cannes,
with
9
feature
films
presented
in
Cannes
since
1987,
culminating
in
the
Best
Actor
award
received
from
the
Coen
brothers
in
2015
for
La
Loi
du
marché,
he
is
also
loyal
to
his
directors
in
his
filmography
of
more
than
70
films:
Claire
Denis
and
Claude
Lelouch
on
three
occasions,
Benoît
Jacquot,
Pierre
Jolivet
and
of
course
Stéphane
Brizé,
who
directed
him
in
five
films.

Titane
has
allowed
Vincent
Lindon
to
collect
numerous
nominations
and
recognitions
in
the
United
States,
including
the
Los
Angeles
Critics’ Best
Actor
Award.
Since
the
2021
Festival
de
Cannes,
he
has
presented
films
in
the
three
other
major
film
festivals
in
Europe:
Venice
(Un
autre
monde
by
Stéphane
Brizé),
San
Sebastian
(Enquête
sur
un
scandale
d’État
by
Thierry
de
Peretti)
and
Berlin
(Avec
amour
et
acharnement
by
Claire
Denis).

The
members
of
the
Jury

Rebecca
Hall
Actress,
director,
screenwriter,
producer
United
Kingdom
/
United
States
Rebecca
Hall
is
an
acclaimed
British-American
actress,
director,
writer,
and
producer.
Hall’s
directorial
debut,
Passing,
which
she
also
wrote
and
produced,
premiered
at
the
2021
Sundance
Festival.
With
over
thirty
films
to
her
credit,
Hall’s
notable
work
includes
Antonio
Campos’
Christine;
Woody
Allen’s 
Vicky
Cristina
Barcelona;
Ron
Howard’s Frost/Nixon;
Christopher
Nolan’s The
Prestige;
and
Tom
Vaughan’s
 Starter
For
10;
her
feature
film
debut. Additional
film
credits
include
Angela
Robinson’s Professor
Marston
&
The
Wonder
Women;
Joel
Edgerton’s The
Gift;
Patrice Leconte’s A
Promise;
Stephen Frears’ Lay
the
Favorite;
Ben
Affleck’s The
Town;
and
Nicole
Holofcener’s Please
Give.
In
television,
Hall
starred
in
Mark
Romanek’s Tales
from
the
Loop;
Susanna
White’s
Parade’s
End,
Julian Jarrold’s Red
Riding:
1974;
and
Peter
Hall’s The Camomile 
Lawn. 
On
stage,
Hall’s
credits
include
Mrs.
Warren’s
Profession,
As
You
Like
It,
The
Winter’s
Tale,
Machinal,
and
Animal.

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To
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Deepika
Padukone
Actress
India
Indian
Actress,
producer,
philanthropist,
and
entrepreneur
Deepika
Padukone,
is
a
huge
star
in
her
country.
actor,
producer,
philanthropist,
and
entrepreneur
from
India.
With
over
30
feature
films
to
her
credit,
she
made
her
English
language
film
debut
as
the
female
lead
in
xXx:
The
Return
of
Xander
Cage,
co-starring
with
Vin
Diesel.
She
is
also
the
principal
of
Ka
Productions,
the
production
company
behind
Chhapaak
and
’83,
in
which
she
also
starred,
as
well
as
the
upcoming
film
The
Intern.
Credits
include
Gehraiyaan
and
Padmaavat,
as
well
as
the
award-winning
and
critically
acclaimed
film
Piku.
In
2015,
she
set
up
The
Live
Love
Laugh
Foundation,
whose
programs
and
initiatives
aim
to
destigmatize
mental
illness
and
raise
awareness
about
the
importance
of
mental
health.
In
2018,
Time
Magazine
named
her
one
of
the
100
Most
Influential
People
in
the
World.

Noomi
Rapace
Actress
Sweden
Noomi
Rapace’s
breakout
role
came
in
2009
with
her
fearless
portrayal
of
Lisbeth
Salander
in
the
Swedish
film
adaptations
of
the
best-selling
novels
Millennium
(The
Girl
with
the
Dragon
Tattoo,
The
Girl
Who
Played
with
Fire,
and
The
Girl
Who
Kicked
the
Hornets’
Nest).
Rapace
has
gone
on
to
make
over
20
films
and
television
shows,
working
for
celebrated
directors
such
as
Guy
Ritchie
in
Sherlock
Holmes:
A
Game
of
Shadows
(2011),
Ridley
Scott
in
Prometheus
(2012),
and
Brian
De
Palma
in
Passion
(2013).
In
2021,
she
starred
in
Lamb
by
Valdimar
Jóhannsson,
selected
in
the
Un
Certain
Regard
category.
Other
recent
film
projects
include
Goran
Stolevski’s
critically
acclaimed
feature
You
Won’t
Be
Alone.
Noomi
Rapace
is
currently
working
on
Peter
Harness’
new
series
Constellation
for
Apple
TV+
and
will
next
be
seen
in
the
Studiocanal
series
Django
opposite
Matthias
Schoenaerts.

Jasmine
Trinca
Actress,
director
Italy
Jasmine
Trinca
made
her
debut
when
chosen
by
Nanni
Moretti
to
play
Irene
in
The
Son’s
Room,
the
Palme
d’Or
winner
in
2001.
In
2003,
she
returned
to
Cannes
with
the
cast
of
Marco
Tullio
Giordana’s
The
Best
of
Youth,
which
went
on
to
win
the
Un
Certain
Regard
award.
Over
the
following
years,
she
returned
to
Cannes
in
Competition
with
Nanni
Moretti’s
The
Caiman,
Bertrand
Bonello’s
House
of
Tolerance,
Ildikó
Enyedi’s
The
Story
of
My
Wife,
in
Un
Certain
Regard
with
Valeria
Golino’s
Honey
(2013)
and
Euphoria
(2018),
and
Sergio
Castellitto’s
Fortunata,
which
earned
her
the
Jury
Award
for
Best
Performance
in
2017.
Her
numerous
awards
include
the
Marcello
Mastroianni
Award
at
the
Venice
International
Film
Festival
in
2009,
two
David
di
Donatello
Awards,
and
five
Nastri
d’Argento.
In
2020,
she
directed
the
short
film
BMM

Being
My
Mom,
followed
in
2022
by
her
feature
film
debut,
Marcel!
presented
in
Special
Screening.

Asghar
Farhadi
Director,
producer,
screenwriter
Iran
Asghar
Farhadi
was
born
in
Iran.
He
made
his
directorial
debut
with
Dance
in
the
Dust
(2003)
and
Beautiful
City
(2004).
About
Elly
(2009)
won
the
Silver
Bear
for
Best
Director
in
Berlin.
His
film
A
Separation
(2011)
became
a
sensation.
It
got
critical
acclaim
inside
and
outside
of
Iran;
it
was
awarded
many
prizes,
among
them
the
Academy
Award
for
Best
Foreign
Language
Film,
making
him
the
first
Iranian
filmmaker
ever
to
win
an
Oscar.
Farhadi’s
sixth
movie,
The
Past,
selected
in
competition
at
the
Festival
de
Cannes,
brought
the
Best
Actress
Prize
for
Bérénice
Bejo
(2013).
Back
in
Iran,
Farhadi
made
The
Salesman,
awarded
Best
Screenplay
and
Best
Actor
for
Shahab
Hosseini
in
Cannes
(2016).
The
film
also
brought
the
second
Oscar
for
Iran
in
the
Best
Foreign
Language
Film
category.
Farhadi’s
last
film,
A
Hero,
in
Competition
at
the
Festival
de
Cannes
last
year,
was
awarded
Grand
Prix.

Ladj
Ly
Director,
screenwriter,
actor,
producer
France
Director,
screenwriter,
actor,
and
producer
Ladj
Ly
marked
cinema
with
his
short
film
Les
Misérables
and
his
documentary
À
voix
haute:
La
Force
de
la
parole
that
earned
him
numerous
festival
selections,
and
César
award
nominations
for
Best
Short
Film
and
Best
Documentary
in
2018.
The
following
year,
he
adapted
his
short
film
Les
Misérables
into
a
feature
film,
which
was
selected
in
Competition
at
the
2019
Festival
de
Cannes
and
won
the
Jury
Prize.
A
real
box-office
success,
it
won
the
César
Award
for
Best
Film,
as
well
as
César
du
Public
in
2020.
It
was
also
nominated
for
the
Academy
Award
for
Best
International
Feature
Film.
Ladj
Ly
is
currently
working
on
the
script
of
his
second
feature
and
will
be
back
as
a
screenwriter
for
Athena,
Romain
Gavras’
next
film
for
which
he
also
acts
as
co-producer
and
as
co-writer
and
co-producer
for
Kim
Chapiron’s
Le
Jeune
Imam.
Ly
is
also
the
founder
of
the
film
school
Kourtrajmé
(Montfermeil,
Marseille,
Dakar,
Madrid).

Jeff
Nichols
Director,
screenwriter
United
States
American
film
director
and
writer,
Jeff
Nichols,
started
his
career
with
Shotgun
Stories,
a
southern
revenge
drama
that
premiered
at
the
Berlin
International
Film
Festival
in
2007.
His
second
feature,
Take
Shelter,
was
a
psychological
thriller
that
premiered
at
the
2011
Sundance
Film
Festival
and
won
the
grand
prize
at
the
International
Critics’
Week.
Nichols
got
back
to
work
quickly
by
writing
and
directing
Mud,
starring
Matthew
McConaughey,
which
was
selected
in
Competition
at
the
Festival
de
Cannes
in
2012.
In
2016,
he
presented
Midnight
Special
at
the
Berlin
International
Film
Festival.
The
same
year,
he
directed
the
biographical
romantic
drama
Loving,
also
presented
in
Competition
in
Cannes
in
2016.
The
film
earned
Joel
Edgerton
a
Golden
Globe
nomination
for
Best
Actor
and
Ruth
Negga
a
Golden
Globe
and
Academy
Award
nomination
for
Best
Actress.

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Joachim
Trier
Director,
screenwriter
Norway
Norwegian
director
and
screenwriter
Joachim
Trier
had
gained
international
praise
and
numerous
awards,
ever
since
his
first
feature
films.
Reprise
(2006),
Oslo,
August
31st
(2011)
which
premiered
at
the
Festival
de
Cannes
in
Un
Certain
Regard,
Louder
Than
Bombs
(2015),
selected
in
Competition,
Thelma
(2017),
and
The
Worst
Person
in
the
World
(2021),
all
co-written
with
Eskil
Vogt,
have
been
invited
to
and
won
awards
at
film
festivals
such
as
Sundance,
Toronto,
Karlovy
Vary,
Gothenburg,
Milan,
and
Istanbul.
His
latest
feature,
The
Worst
Person
in
The
World,
premiered
in
Competition
at
the
2021
Festival
de
Cannes,
where
lead
actress
Renate
Reinsve
brought
home
the
Award
for
Best
Actress.
The
film
was
later
nominated
for
two
Academy
Awards
(Best
Original
Screenplay
and
Best
International
Feature),
as
well
as
BAFTA
for
Best
Actress
and
Best
International
Feature.

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