The 2020 Cannes Film Festival still isn’t officially cancelled, but the organisers appear to have given up on holding any sort of physical gathering in the midst of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and have announced that they’ll be screening some of the movies that would have premiered in the South of France at various other festivals instead. The 2020 Cannes Film Festival still isn’t officially cancelled, but the organisers appear to have given up on holding any sort of physical gathering in the midst of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and have announced that they’ll be screening some of the movies that would have premiered in the South of France at various other festivals instead.

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