File - Joel and Ethan Coen at a photo call for their 2008 feature “Burn After Reading,” at the Venice Film Festival, 27 August 2008.
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The Coen brothers, award-winning U.S. directors of hits like "Fargo" and "The Big Lebowski," will jointly head the jury at this year's Cannes Film Festival, becoming the first pair to chair the world's top cinema showcase. Joel and Ethan Coen (60 and 57 years old, respectively) will preside over the panel of filmmakers and actors judging the movies in the main competition of the festival staged in the glamorous French Riviera resort town from May 13 to 24 .The Coen' films are renowned for dark humor and offbeat characters or situations and the duo has increasingly been attracting Hollywood stars to their own films.
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