Paris, je t'aime is definitely the most interesting sounding film I've heard of set for 06, and probably the film I look forward to most of any I've heard of period. Basically, 20 filmmakers get 5 minutes of freedom to film what Paris, City of Love means to them. Then it is all tied together in some sort of narrative to make sense. Directed by: Gus Van Sant Tom Tykwer (Run Lola Run) Walter Salles (Motorcycle Diaries) Alexander Payne Vincenzo Natali (Cube) Richard LaGravenese (A Decade Under The Influence) Jean-Luc Godard Christopher Doyle (cinematagrapher for some huge stuff, inc Hero, 2046, Rabbit Proof Fence, Three Extremes, The White Countess etc etc) This Guy Alfonso Cuarón Wes Craven Isabel Coixet (My Life Without Me) Coen Bros Sylvain Chomet (Triplets of Belleville) And More Starring: Steve Buscemi Juliette Binoche Willem Dafoe Natalie Portman Nick Nolte About 500 names I don't recognize It used to have Orlando Bloon, Gael Garcia, Johnny Depp and some other big names attached, too...dunno what happend there. Here's the full plot summary from IMDb (long but worth reading): It honestly sounds too good to be true.