Related: Full Lists Of The 65th Cannes Film Festival Selection

UPDATE: Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom will open the fest and play in competition. The competition is rife with directors hailing from English-speaking territories. As expected Lee Daniels is in with Paperboy, Andrew Dominik will be there with Killing Them Softly, John Hillcoat’s Lawless has a berth and so do David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis, Jeff Nichols’ Mud and The Angels’s Share from Ken Loach. Walter Salles’ English-language On The Road is locked. The full list of competition films follows:

Moonrise Kingdom, dir: Wes Anderson
Rust & Bone, dir: Jacques Audiard
Holly Motors, dir: Léos Carax
Cosmopolis, dir: David Cronenberg
The Paperboy, dir: Lee Daniels
Killing Them Softly, dir: Andrew Dominik
Reality, dir: Matteo Garrone
Amour, dir: Michael Haneke
Lawless, dir: John Hillcoat
In Another Country, dir: Hong Sangsoo
Taste Of Money, dir: Im Sangsoo
Like Someone In Love, dir: Abbas Kiarostami
The Angel’s Share, dir: Ken Loach
Im Nebel, dir: Sergei Loznitsa
Beyond The Hills, dir: Cristian Mungiu
Baad El Mawkeaa, dir: Yousry Nasrallah
Mud, dir: Jeff Nichols
You Haven’t Seen Anything Yet, dir: Alain Resnais
Post Tenebras Lux, dir: Carlos Reygadas
On The Road, dir: Walter Salles
Paradis: Amour, dir: Ulrich Seidl
The Hunt, dir: Thomas Vinterberg

PREVIOUS: In just a little while Thierry Frémaux and Gilles Jacob will enter the Opera Ballroom at the Grand Hotel in Paris. They’ll be here to unveil the official selection for the competition and Un Certain Regard titles to run in Cannes next month, along with the special screenings and midnight pics. From outside France, Cannes sometimes gets a bad rap: It’s precious, it’s outdated, it’s too arty, it takes itself too seriously, etc. But here, it’s as big as the Oscars. And, as is increasingly the case with the nominations for those awards, the Cannes candidates will be made up of a lot of predictable titles, but it’s a safe bet there will also be some surprises this morning. Stay tuned