The Cannes Classics line-up at the 67th Cannes Film Festival.

The Go-Go Boys: The Inside Story of Cannon Films (Isr)

Dir Hilla Medalia

Producers Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus are already Cannes legends; now they get their own documentary and will be in town to present the screening. The two Israel-born cousins are among the most colourful figures in the film business, with more than 300 film credits including Delta Force, Breakin’, Superman IV: The Quest For Peace and Masters Of The Universe. Emmy-nominated producer/director Medalia previously worked on acclaimed titles such as Dancing In Jaffa, Web Junkie and To Die In Jerusalem.

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Cannes Classics 2014

  • A Fistful of Dollars by Sergio Leone (1964)
  • Paris, Texas by Wim Wenders (1984)
  • How Yukong Moved the Mountains by Marceline Loridan and Joris Ivens (1976)
  • Cruel Story of Youth by Nagisa Oshima (1960)
  • Wooden Crosses by Raymond Bernard (1931)
  • Overlord by Stuart Cooper (1975)
  • Angst by Roberto Rossellini (1954)
  • Blind Chance by Krzysztof Kieślowski (1981)
  • The Last Metro by François Truffaut (1980)
  • Dragon Inn by King Hu (1967)
  • Daybreak by Marcel Carné (1939)
  • Color of the Pomegranate by Sergei Parajanov (1968)
  • Leolo by Jean-Claude Lauzon (1992)
  • Gracious Living by Jean-Paul Rappeneau (1965)
  • Jamaica Inn by Alfred Hitchcock (1939)
  • Les Violons Du Bal by Michel Drach (1974)
  • Blue Mountains by Eldar Shengelaia (1983)
  • Lost Horizon by Frank Capra (1937)
  • The Bitch by Jean Renoir (1939)
  • Tokyo Orinpikku by Kon Ichikawa (1965)


  • Life Itself by Steve James (2014)

Cinéma de la Plage

  • by Federico Fellini (1963, 2h18)
  • For a Few Dollars More by Sergio Leone (1965, 2h12)
  • The Good, The Bad, The Ugly by Sergio Leone (1966, 3h36)
  • United Passions by Frédéric Auburtin (2014, 1h50)
  • Seconds by John Frankenheimer (1966, 1h40)
  • The Warriors by Walter Hill (1979, 1h32)
  • Delusions of Grandeur by Gérard Oury (1971, 1h50)
  • Polyester by John Waters (1981, 1h26) (Odorama)
  • Pulp Fiction by Quentin Tarantino (1994, 2h33)
  • Purple Rain by Albert Magnoli (1984, 1h55)