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Cannes Short Film Competition Retrospective

MUBI is collaborating with the Cannes Court Métrage (Short Film Corner) to exclusively show a retrospective of Competition titles.

MUBI is excited to announce a collaboration with the Cannes Court Métrage (Short Film Corner) to exclusively screen during the Festival de Cannes (May 14-25) a collection of short films previously shown in the Official Competition.

The retrospective varies from country to country, but highlights include: Cannes Jury President Jane Campion's Peel (1982), a short from 2013 Camera d'Or winner Anthony Chen, Ah MaChef de meute from Un Certain Regard alum Chloé Robichaud (Sarah Prefers to Run), Your Face (1987), a hand-drawn animation from Bill Plympton, and Waiting for P.O. Box, the first Syrian film to screen in Competition at the festival.

Retrospective lineup (depending on your country):

Ah Ma (Anthony Chen, Singapore, 2007)
Yardbird (Michael Spiccia, Australia, 2012)
Maya (Pedro Pio, Cuba, 2010)
Arena (João Salaviza, Portugal, 2009)
Chef de meute (Chloé Robichaud, Canada, 2012)
More than Two Hours (Ali Asgari, Iran, 2013)
Cross (Maryna Vroda, France, 2011)
Waiting for P.O. Box (Bassam Chekhes, Syria, 2012)
Swimsuit 46 (Wannes Destoop, Belgium, 2010)
An Exercise in Discipline - Peel (Jane Campion, Australia, 1982)
Your Face (Bill Plympton, USA, 1987) 

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