The 77th edition of the Cannes Film Festival has released new details, including an upcoming event featuring renowned Italian actress and director Valeria Golino. Golino, known for her extensive career in both acting and directing, has been selected twice for the Cannes Official Selection with her films “Miele” (2013) and “Euforia” (2018).

Her latest project, “The Art of Joy,” based on Goliarda Sapienza’s novel L’arte della gioia, has been completed and will have a feature-length cut premiering in Italian cinemas later this year. The cast includes Jasmine Trinca, Tecla Insolia, and Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi.

The festival will offer a preview of the first episode of the series, followed by a discussion with Valeria Golino and the audience. In addition, Cannes announced the first titles selected for its free Cinéma de la Plage screenings, including “Transmitzvah” by Daniel Burman, “Silex and the City” by Jul, “Slocum et Moi” by Jean-François Laguionie, and “My Way” by Lisa Azuelos and Thierry Teston.

Furthermore, the festival highlighted animated works in this year’s Official Selection, such as Michel Hazanavicius’ Palme d’Or contender “The Most Precious of Cargoes,” “Flow,” “Sauvages,” “In The Wonderwoods,” “Silex and the City,” “Slocum et moi,” and “The Wonderwoods.” Additionally, a Studio Ghibli tribute was previously announced as part of the festival lineup.

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