Hong Kong is sending a few delegations out to the Cannes Film Festival. Of course, the much-talked about 2046, a 10-year project from director Wong Kar-wai, will be in competition. It stars some of the biggest names in Hong Kong, including Maggie Cheung Man-yuk, Tony Leung Chiu-wai, Gong Li, Zhang Ziyi ... you know the gang. As well, just announced by the Cannes selection committee, director Johnnie To Kei-fung's Breaking News will screen in official selection on May 21. The film stars Kelly Chen Wai-lum as a woman cop who takes a live TV crew into a besieged building. And veteran mainland director Zhang Yimou is submitting Flying Daggers in the non-competition round. But one of the more animated groups to hit Cannes is the crew behind DragonBlade. Director Antony Szeto (above) is packing his bags for Cannes to show off his animated film, which features the voices of Daniel Wu Yin-cho, Karen Mok Man-wai, Stephen Fung Tak-lun and Sandra Ng Kwun-yu. This is the first 3D animation feature film to come out of Asia. It is similar technology to Shrek and Finding Nemo. Szeto says: 'It is the first animated film that has a major martial arts component. It is from Hong Kong and it has kung fu. What more can you ask for?'