This year the Selection includes 13 short and medium-length films chosen from 1600 entries submitted by film schools from all over the World.
Cooked, Jens Blank, UK, 2010 - 7'
Coucou-les nuages (Anywhere Out of the World), Vincent Cardona, France, 2010 - 38'
Dakujem, Dobre (Thanks, Fine),Mátyás Prikler, Slovakia, 2009 - 40'
Frozen Land, Kim Tae-yong, South Korea, 2010 - 36'
Hinkerort Zorasune (The Fifth Column), Vatche Boulghourjian, USA and Lebanon, 2010 - 29'
Ijsland (Iceland), Gilles Coulier, Belgium, 2010 -22'
Itt Vagyok (Here I Am), Balint Szimler, Hungary, 2010 - 36'
Ja Vec Jesam Sve Sto Zelim Da Imam (I Already Am Everything I Want to Have), Dane Komljen, Serbia, 2010 - 35'
El Juego (The Game), Benjamin Naishtat, France and Argentina, 2010 - 20'
Los Minutos, Las Horas (The Minutes, The Hours), Janaina Marques Ribeiro, Cuba, 2009 - 11'
Miramare, Michaela Muller, Croatia and Switzerland, 2009 - 8'
Shelley, Andrew Wesman, USA, 2009 - 21'
Taulukauppiaat (The Painting Sellers), Juho Kuosmanen, Finland, 2010 - 60'
Cinéfondation Jury (Also is the Short Film Jury)
President: Atom Egoyan, director, Canada
Emmanuelle Devos, Actress, France
Dinara Droukarova, Actress, Russia
Carlos Diegues, Director, Brazil
Marc Recha, Director, Spain
The awards will be announced on May 21st. To read the press release go here where you can check the schools each film represent. There are few new to Cannes schools but one calls my attention, Harvard University. Hmm... first time, well I'm glad as definitively has to promote American non-commercial cinema to another level.
To check final press release go here and to check info, photos, video, etc go to the official site here.