Un Certain Regard adds Zvyagintsev’s Elena; UCR and Camera d’or juries completed.

Cannes has moved Michel Hazanavicius’ The Artist from an out of competition screening to be included in the Competition.

The black-and-white English-language film, set in 1927 Hollywood as the talkies replaced silent films, stars Jean Dujardin, Berenice Bejo, James Cromwell, John Goodman, Penelope Ann Miller and Missi Pyle.

The Competition now includes 20 features.

Also, Un Certain Regard has added Elena by Andrey Zvyagintsev as its closing screening on May 21.

The Un Certain Regard jury, led by Emir Kusturica, is now completed by actress Elodie Bouchez (France); critic Peter Bradshaw (UK); Tribeca Enterprises’ Geoff Gilmore (US); and Morelia festival director Daniela Michel (Mexico).

The jury for the Camera d’or, led by Bong Joon-ho, has also been finalised. The other members of the jury are critic Daniele Heymann, Magyar Filmunio’s Eva Vezer, cinematographer Robert Alazraki, Cinedia’s Daniel Colland, director Jacques Maillot and critic Alex Masson.