Parasite fame Song Kang-ho selected to be a jurry at the upcoming 74th Cannes’
South Korean actor Song Kang-ho has been now selected to be a jury member for this year's Cannes Film Festival
The Cannes Film Festival is known to attract celebs from all around the world. Usually held in Cannes( France), the film festival previews new films of all genres, including documentaries. This year’s Cannes full lineup looks almost complete and there are apparently few new additions to the festival. According to the latest reports, Parasite fame, Song Kang-ho has been now selected as one of the jury members at the prestigious festival.
South Korean film Parasite star apparently has already accepted the offer to join the competition jury of the 74th edition of Cannes’ according to Korean reports informs the sources. Song will be the fifth Korean to be a member of Cannes’ jury, following the footsteps of director Park Chan-wook in 2017, actress Jeon Do-yeon in 2014, director Lee Chang-dong in 2009 and director Shin Sang-ok in 1994. The full list of the jurors led by American filmmaker Spike Lee is expected to be announced by next week. Alongside being a part of the jury, Song Kang-ho will also represent their movie, titled, Emergency Declaration. It is helmed by Han Jae Rim.
74th Cannes Film Festival is slated to take place on July 6 to July 17. According to the new regulations(amidst the pandemic) apparently mean that the Americans and Brits, if they are fully vaccinated then can only travel to Cannes. And these celebs will not be required to quarantine upon arrival. Celebs will be able to enter the country provided they show proof of vaccination and a negative PCR test taken 72 hours before travel.
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