Next year's festival will run from May 14 to 25, sticking to the Tuesday through Saturday schedule launched for the first time earlier this year.
The move of the dates in 2018 was meant to signal a new period in the festival's history, following its big 70th birthday in 2017, Hollywood Reporter wrote.
The festival will run for 12 days, with the closing ceremony broadcast live and free on CanalPlus Saturday night.
It remains to be seen if the festival will stick with the new screening schedule, which it also debuted this year. The new rules required the film's red carpet gala premieres to be the first showing of a film, relegating press screenings to the next morning. The move was made to avoid Twitter spoilers and other reviews being published before the premieres, but remained controversial with journalists.