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First Teaser for Francois Ozon’s ÉTÉ 85 Takes Us Back to the 1980s [Plus Full Cannes 2020 Lineup]

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First look at the latest from the prolific French filmmaker.

This year's Cannes Film Festival may have been cancelled but the 56 movies that were meant to play at the fest have been revealed and will bear the official Cannes laurel in their promo material.

It wouldn't be a Cannes festival without a new movie from the prolific French filmmaker Francois Ozon, who has been putting out movies at a rate close to one per year for most of his career,

Ozon's latest is Été 85, which like Call Me by Your Name, is a queer coming of age story set against the sunny backdrop of a European summer in the 1980s. The film stars stars Félix Lefebvre, Benjamin Voisin, Philippine Velge, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Melvil Poupaud and Isabelle Nanty.

Release details have yet to be announced but you can check out a teaser promo below. Scroll down for the full line-up of movies that would have premiered at Cannes.

The Cannes-celled lineup

The French Dispatch Wes Anderson (United States)

Été 85 François Ozon (France)

True Mothers Naomi Kawase (Japan)

Lovers Rock Steve McQueen (Britain)

Mangrove Steve McQueen (Britain)

Another Round Thomas Vinterberg (Denmark)

DNA Maïwenn (France/Algeria)

Last Words Jonathan Nossiter (United States)

Heaven: To the Land of Happiness Hong Sang-soo (South Korea)

Forgotten We’ll Be Fernando Trueba (Spain)

Peninsula Yeon Sang-ho (South Korea)

In the Dusk Sharunas Bartas (Lithuania)

Home Front Lucas Belvaux (Belgium)

The Real Thing Koji Fukada (Japan)

Passion Simple Danielle Arbid (Lebanon)

A Good Man Marie Castille Mention-Schaar (France)

Les Choses Qu’on Dit, Les Choses Qu’on Fait Emmanuel Mouret (France)

Squad Ayten Amin (Egypt)

Limbo Ben Sharrock (Britain)

Red Soil Farid Bentoumi (France)

Sweat Magnus Von Horn (Sweden)

Teddy Ludovic and Zoran Boukherma (France)

February Kamen Kalev (Bulgaria)

Ammonite Francis Lee (Britain)

Un Médecin de Nuit Elie Wajeman (France)

Enfant Terrible Oskar Roehler (Germany)

Nadia, Butterfly Pascal Plante (Canada)

Here We Are Nir Bergman (Israel)

Falling Viggo Mortensen (United States)

Pleasure Ninja Thyberg (Sweden)

Slalom Charlène Favier (France)

Memory House Joao Paulo Miranda Maria (Brazil)

Broken Keys Jimmy Keyrouz (Lebanon)

Ibrahim Samir Guesmi (France)

Beginning Dea Kulumbegashvili (Georgia)

Gagarine Fanny Liatard and Jérémy Trouilh (France)

16 Printemps Suzanne Lindon (France)

Vaurien Peter Dourountzis (France)

Garçon Chiffon Nicolas Maury (France)

Should the Wind Fall Nora Martirosyan (Armenia)

John and the Hole Pascual Sisto (United States)

Striding Into the Wind Wei Shujun (China)

The Death of Cinema and My Father Too Dani Rosenberg (Israel)

L’Origine du Monde Laurent Lafitte (France)

Josep Aurel (France)

Septet: The Story of Hong Kong Ann Hui, Johnnie To, Tsui Hark, Sammo Hung, Yuen Woo-Ping and Patrick Tam (Hong Kong)

The Billion Road Dieudo Hamadi (Democratic Republic of Congo)

The Truffle Hunters Gregory Kershaw and Michael Dweck (United States)

9 Jours a Raqqa Xavier de Lauzanne (France)

Antoinette dans les Cévennes Caroline Vignal (France)

Les Deux Alfred Bruno Podalydès (France)

The Big Hit Emmanuel Courcol (France)

Le Discours Laurent Tirard (France)

Aya and the Witch Goro Miyazaki (Japan)

Flee Jonas Poher Rasmussen (Denmark)

Soul Pete Docter (United States)