Updated through 5/11.
Along with the trailer for Hong Sang-soo's The Day He Arrives, another's just appeared for Kim Ki-duk's Arirang. Both will be screening in Un Certain Regard and, if you're checking the entry rounding up all the current news on the lineup of the Official Selection, you'll see, first, that it's being continuously updated (as are the entries on Critics' Week and Directors' Fortnight), and second, another trailer: the one for Na Hong-jin's Yellow Sea. And of course, you've seen the trailers for Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life and Lars von Trier's Melancholia. Let's have a look at a few more.
Update, 5/9: The Playlist has two clips.
Update, 5/11: The Playlist has a quick clip, a very short trailer and a VFX reel for Melancholia.
UN CERTAIN REGARD
And you'll find two more clips here.
OUT OF COMPETITION
There's Woody Allen's festival opener, of course, Midnight in Paris (trailer). You'll have seen the trailer for Jodie Foster's The Beaver, too, and probably the ones for Rob Marshall's Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides and Jennifer Yuh's Kung Fu Panda: The Kaboom of Doom as well. Here's the one for Xavier Durringer's Sarkozy melodrama, The Conquest:
Updates, 5/9: Watch the trailer for Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra and Jeff Zimbalist's Bollywood: The Greatest Love Story Ever Told right here. And here's one for Everardo Gout's Days of Grace; here's one for Frederikke Aspöck's Out of Bounds.
Update, 5/6: Not trailers, actually, but engaging viewing nonetheless: 50 interviews with directors and actors who've made their debuts in Critics' Week.
For a series of making-of clips for Roland Edzard's End of Silence, start here. Similarly, Bouli Lanners's Les Géants. The trailers for Auraeus Solito's Palawan Fate and Isabelle Lavigne and Stéphane Thibault's At Night, They Dance are on the lineup page. As for Sion Sono's Guilty of Romance, a rather uninteresting teaser's here.
Quinzaine's posted five clips from André Téchiné's Impardonnables — in French, no subtitles: 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.
Also in French, no subtitles: four teasers for La Fée: 1, 2, 3 and 4.
Now for another full trailer: Urszula Antoniak's Code Blue: