Cannes 2011:
Un Certain Regard Trailers

By Raindance

Take a look at the trailers for all the films in the Un Certain Regard category this year.  Or take a look at the ones that made the Official Selection.


Director: KIM Ki-duk




Director: Cristian Jimenez

The Day He Arrives

Director: Hong Sang-soo

Et maintenant on va ou?

Director: Nadine Labaki

Hors Satan

Director: Bruno Dumont

Les Neiges du Kilimandjaro

Director: Robert Guediguian

L'exercisce de l'etat

Director: Pierre Schoeller


Director: Catalin Mitulescu

Martha Marcy May Marlene

Director: Sean Durkin


Director: Gus Van Sant


Director: Singapore, Eric Khoo

Trabalhar cansa

Director: Juliana Rojas Marco Dutra


Director: Ivan Sen

The Yellow Sea

Director: Na Hong-jin


Also Showing:

Halt auf freier Strecke

Director: Andreas Dresen


The Hunter

Director: Bakur Bakuradze


Miss Bala

Director: Gerardo Naranjo


Oslo, August 31st

Director: Joachim Trier



Director: Oliver Hermanus


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Cannes 2011: Un Certain Regard Film Trailers