Loach and Malick head Cannes film festival
PARIS - AFP
But the big news was that there was no place -- as yet -- for Quentin Tarantino's much-anticipated "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" starring Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio.
Fremaux hinted that the maker of "Reservoir Dogs," could still make it, saying, "We can hope that some films may join us that we are all waiting on before May 14" when the festival starts.
The reclusive Malick will premiere his World War II story, "A Hidden Life" about a German conscientious objector guillotined by the Nazis in 1943.