The Cannes Film Festival was postponed to July due to COVID-19.

France Cannes International Film Festival Organizing Committee 27 issued a statement saying that influenced by COVID-19, originally scheduled for May this year, the seventy-fourth Cannes Film Festival was postponed to July

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According to the statement issued last autumn, the organizers of Cannes Film Festival can change the date of the festival according to the global public health situation

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Therefore, the 74th Cannes Film Festival, originally scheduled to be held from May 11 to 22, was postponed to July 6 to 17

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Influenced by COVID-19, the seventy-third Cannes Film Festival, scheduled to be held in May last year, abolished the main offline activities and the official unit classification of traditional film festivals

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Instead of setting up a main competition unit or a “concern” unit, it replaced the official selection list

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Cannes International Film Festival in France, Berlin International Film Festival in Germany and Venice International Film Festival in Italy are known as the three major international film festivals in Europe, with the highest award of “Golden Palm Award”

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The film festival is usually held in the middle of May every year for about 12 days.

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