It's nearly time for the Cannes Film Festical, and as usual, the French have continued their annoying habit of insisting on having French movies in the competition. Though in a potentially good sign for Franco-Hollywood relations, they've reduced the number to three, down from the five of a year ago.

It's a good thing that American fare like Kill Bill Vol. 2, Troy, and Bad Santa are there to offset the classy stuff.

Click below for the full list of films at the festival, courtesy of THR:



Opening (Out Of Competition)
"Bad Education" — Pedro Almodovar
Closing (Out of Competition):
"De-Lovely" — Irwin Winkler

"2046" — Wong Kar-Wai; "Clean" — Olivier Assayas; Comme Une Image" (Look At Me) — Agnes Jaoui; "The Motorcycle Diaries" — Walter Salles; "Die Fetten Jahre Sind Vorbei" (The Edukators) — Hans Weingartner; "Exiles" — Tony Gatlif; "Fahrenheit 911" — Michael Moore; "Innocence" — Mamoru Oshii; "La Femme Est L'Avenir de L'Homme" (Woman Is the Future Of Man) — Hong Sang-Soo; "La Nina Santa" — Lucrecia Martel; "Le Consequenze Dell'Amore" (The Consequences Of Love) — Paolo Sorrentino; "Nobody Knows" — Kore-Eda Hirokazu; "Old Boy" — Park Chan-Wook; "Shrek 2" — Andrew Adamson, Kelly Asbury, Conrad Vernon; "The Ladykillers" — Joel and Ethan Coen; "The Life and Death of Peter Sellers" — Stephen Hopkins; "Tropical Malady" — Apichatpong Weerasethakul; "Life Is a Miracle" — Emir Kusturica

"10E Chambre Instants D'Audiences" (10th District Courts - Moments Of Trials) — Raymond Depardon; "Bad Santa" — Terry Zwigoff; "Cineastes A Tout Prix" (A Director At All Costs) — Frederic Sojcher; "Dawn of the Dead" — Zack Snyder; "Five" — Abbas Kiarostami; "Flying Daggers" — Zhang Yimou; "Kill Bill Vol. 2" — Quentin Tarantino; "La Porte du Soleil" (The Door of the Sun) — Yousry Nasrallah; "Mondovino" — Jonathan Nossiter; "Our Music" — Jean-Luc Godard; "Salvador Allende" — Patricio Guzman; "Troy" — Wolfgang Petersen