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Netflix Is Gearing Up To Premiere Movies At Cannes For The First Time

The dynamic streaming service has decided to shine the Cannes Film Festival, 2017 with their mind-boggling bunch of movies.

Which is the next series you are heading to?  Having one of the finest streaming services on your side always seems to be the best way to stream all your favorite content with the fine quality.  And that’s what Netflix is doing in a better way. With its dynamic skill set of features and enthralling services, the streaming service has grabbed the maximum number of users across the global boundaries.

Being the dominating streaming service in the market, Netflix Tv has been on the active side of improving and upgrading its quality and quantity of entertainment with the latest features and dynamic bunch of shows and movies to its extensive Netflix library. This is the reason the amazing streaming service has been shining in many award ceremonies and winning the hearts of all the people across the world. A few months back, Netflix earned the Oscars award for its “The White Helmets” documentary, which was about the first civilian responders in Syria. The win actually marks a big turning point in the whole film industry with the streaming services getting into the serious competition with the giant movie studios.

And the journey of sparkling in such fascinating award events is now heading to 70thCannes Film Festival, which has been scheduled to be held between 17 to 28th May 2017. In the real meaning, after simply ignoring the streaming services, Cannes is finally putting some attention on both Netflix and Amazon’s original work. With many Amazon funded-movies getting the first limelight at the last year’s event, Cannes 2017 program reveals that Netflix Original movies will finally be joining the upcoming festival. As per the information, Netflix will be opening The Meyerowitz Stories at the Festival, starring Ben Stiller and Adam Sandler.

It will also head to debuting Okja for the very first time, which is a latest Korean directed monster movie featuring Jake Gyllenhaal and Tilda Swinton along with You Were Never Really Here and Wonderstruck getting the prime opportunity of first screening.

Screening all the movies funded by the streaming sites is actually not the only noticeable change for the fine Cannes Film Festival, 2017. For the very first time in the whole, the festival will be stepping away from the cinema, eventually heading to recognize the working efforts and quality of Television. Along with the giant names in the cinema, Cannes will also head on to debut the first two episodes of long awaited Twin Peaks’ brand new season. Jane Campion’s “Top of the Lake Season 2” will also get screened at the prestigious event for the very first time.

Overall, this will be the very first time for the International Film Festival to recognize the working of streaming services, delivering a strong message about how the world actually consumes the cinematic feeling. Whether it could be the fine capability of the directors Netflix and Amazon has been in the limelight, leaving the rest of the streaming services. But, with the shifting of a large number of Hollywood talents to the streaming services, it’s certainly become quite difficult to ignore their work.