The Cannes Film Festival starts today. From A-listers, promising premieres and why you’ll need a big bladder, here’s our preview of the top 10 films to look out for. The 76th Cannes Film Festival begins in earnest today and the jury lead byRuben Östlund will have the daunting task of awarding the top prize to film within a particularly stacked line-up. This year’s Official Selection is heavy on big-names including former double Palme d’Or winner Ken Loach (The Wind That Shakes The Barley and I, Daniel Blake) as well as Wim Wenders, Nanni Moretti, Nuri Bilge Ceylan and Hirokazu Kore-eda – who respectively won Cannes’ top prize for Paris, Texas, The Son’s Room, Winter Sleep and Shoplifters. The old guard will compete against names such as Wes Anderson with his new film Asteroid City and Todd Haynes’s May December, as well as a record number of female filmmakers in Competition.