Cannes Film Festival

Show Notes

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  • Cannes Film Festival events/movies
  • Notable jury members (Paul Dono, Brie Larson)
  • Brie Larson as judge in film competition
  • Paul Dano’s career and role as Riddler
  • Controversial opening film at Cannes with Johnny Depp
  • Johnny’s living situation and ankle fracture
  • Language fluency speculation
  • Cannes competition winners and notable films
  • Thoughts on upcoming Indiana Jones movie
  • “Killers of the Flower Moon” importance
  • Closing film “Elemental”
  • Pixar’s “Mermaid” and Winnie the Pooh horror sequel
  • Surprise movie collaborations (Mel Gibson, 50 Cent)
  • Honorary Palm d’Ors for Michael Douglas and Harrison Ford
  • Harrison Ford’s last-minute addition to a movie
  • International distribution of “Firebrand”
  • “May, December” exploring age gap relationship
  • Natalie Portman film with talented cast
  • Controversial TV series “The Idol”
  • Award season predictions for discussed movies
  • Podcast listening and social media connections.

Key Points

At the renowned Cannes Film Festival, filmmakers have the opportunity to showcase their work and vie for coveted awards on the world’s biggest stage.

Experience the captivating romance between Louis XV and his mistress, Jean Duvery, brought to life by the enchanting Johnny Depp in his first French-speaking role.

The critically acclaimed films “Monster” and “Pot of Feu” earned widespread recognition. They are now tipped for prestigious awards recognition.

[0:11:39] Boasting an all-star ensemble cast including Scarlett Johansson, Tom Hanks, and Edward Norton, Wes Anderson’s “Asteroid City” is a grandiose cinematic spectacle with an unprecedented budget.

Shockingly, the beloved characters of Winnie the Pooh and Bambi have been reimagined in a terrifying sequel to a slasher horror movie, leaving audiences stunned.

When two of Hollywood’s biggest powerhouses, Mel Gibson and 50 Cent, join forces to track down a ruthless serial killer in an explosive crime thriller, you know it’s going to be an unforgettable movie experience.

Legendary actors Michael Douglas and Harrison Ford received prestigious honorary awards at the Cannes Film Festival.

Netflix just scooped up the highly anticipated Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore starrer “May, December”, shelling out a whopping $11 million for the potential award season contender.

Acclaimed director Todd Haynes has enthralled audiences worldwide with his emotionally powerful films, such as the critically-acclaimed “Far From Heaven” and “Carol”.


“And for your listening pleasure, this episode is all about uh, one of the uh, I guess most A list film festivals, uh, in the world.” – Sam

“I would be curious to listen to Johnny speaking in French the entire time.” – Liz

“You definitely know that once you get to Award season, they are going to push hard for this one.” – Liz

“It won best screenplay. So it’s definitely going to get some notice in the award season.” – Mary

“Yeah, I saw the trailer. And I’ll be honest with you, I actually do want to watch this movie.” – Liz

“I just hate when, because something worked, they kill it. They just keep beating that horse until it’s done.” – Sam

“It covers a very tragic part of American history that never gets talked about.” – Liz

“I always thought Winnie the Pooh was a vicious little bear anyway.” – Mary

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