Cannes: Directors' Fortnight Unveils Lineup

Lighthouse - Pattinson and Dafoe still H

Robert Rodriguez is set for a master class, while Luca Guadagnino's 'The Staggering Girl' and Robert Eggers' highly anticipated 'The Lighthouse' will screen in the sidebar.

Bertrand Bonello, Rebecca Zlotowski and Robert Eggers' The Lighthouse, starring Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe, are among the films set for the Directors' Fortnight sidebar at this year's Cannes Film Festival, which is set to run May 14-25.

Oscar winner Luca Guadagnino's short film The Staggering Girl will make its world premiere in the Fortnight lineup in a special screening.

Rebecca Zlotowski's coming-of-age story An Easy Girl and Bertrand Bonello's voodo drama Zombi Child, both of which had been tipped for slots this year, will also world premiere in the section, organizers unveiled Tuesday.

Eggers' The Lighthouse, the 35mm, black-and-white epic, is also in the competition portion of the section, after being a surprise omission from Cannes' Official Selection.

The sidebar will also bring in director Robert Rodriguez for a master class, following the international premiere of his famously low-budget thriller Red 11.

As previously announced, Quentin Dupiex's Deerskin, starring Jean Dujardin, will open the section, while John Carpenter will receive the Golden Coach award.

It is the first selection under new artistic director Paolo Moretti and the section's gender-equal selection committee. Of the 23 features in the Directors' Fortnight competition, four are from female helmers, while an equal number are first films.

See the complete lineup for the Directors' Fortnight below.

Alice and the Mayor, Nicolas Pariser
An Easy Girl, Rebecca Zlotowski
And Then We Danced, Levan Akin
Blow It to Bits, Lech Kowalski
Dogs Don't Wear Pants, Jukka-Pekka Valkepaa
First Love, Takashi Miike
For the Money, Alejo Moguillansky
Ghost Tropic, Bas Devos
Give Me Liberty, Kirill Mikhanovsky
Les particules, Blaise Harrison
Lillian, Andreas Horwath
Oleg, Juris Kursietis
Perdrix, Erwan Le Duc
Sick Sick Sick, Alice Furtado
Song Without a Name, Melina Leon
The Halt, Lav Diaz
The Lighthouse, Robert Eggers
The Orphanage, Shahrbanoo Sadat
Tlamess, Ala Eddine Slim
To Live to Sing, Johnny Ma
Wounds, Babak Anvari
Yves, Benoit Forgeard
Zombi Child, Bertrand Bonello