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Cannes Film Festival 2022: Triangle of Sadness, Palme of Humour

Chaired by actor Vincent Lindon, the Jury of the 75th Cannes Film Festival unveiled the winners of the various prizes during the Palmarès Ceremony and awarded the Palme d’Or to […]

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Cannes Film Festival: Close, a Too Close Friend

In his second feature film Close, Belgian director Lukas Dhont tells a story of a close friendship between two thirteen-year-old boys that is thwarted when they enter college. Cannes Film […]

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Cannes Film Festival: Broker, Adopt a Family

Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Broker tells a moving family story that crystallises around an innocent little being, an abandoned baby destined to be sold to an adoptive family. Cannes Film Festival 2022: […]

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Cannes Film Festival: Leila’s Brothers, Burnt Dreams

Saeed Roustaee’s Leila’s Brothers tells the story of a women’s desperate efforts to lift her brothers and family out of poverty, away from a life of unemployment. Cannes Film Festival […]

Cannes Film Festival: Decision to Leave, Love Falls From Grace

Park Chan-wook returns to the Competition with the beautiful film Decision to Leave, which tells the story of a romantic criminal investigation in which a policeman and his suspect experience […]

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Cannes Film Festival: Crimes of the Future, Mutant Biology

David Cronenberg returns to the Cannes Film Festival with Crimes of the Future, a science-fiction film that depicts the “inner beauty” of the human being in an emotionless synthetic world. […]

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Cannes Film Festival: Holy Spider, the Web of Religion

Ali Abassi’s Holy Spider portrays one of Iran’s most notorious serial killers in a critique of the ultra-religious Iranian society that endorsed these feminicides in a holy city. Cannes Film […]

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Cannes Film Festival: Triangle of Sadness, Fashionable Class Struggle

Swedish director Ruben Östlund presents Triangle of Sadness, a satirical comedy, brilliant and ferocious, of the international fortunate class where the roles of the protagonists are reversed in a staggering […]

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Cannes Film Festival: Three Thousand Years of Longing

Seven years after the thunderous Mad Max: Fury Road, George Miller plunges the audience into the fantasy tinged with philosophical tale of Three Thousand Years of Longing, screened Out of […]

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Cannes Film Festival: Armageddon Time, Denying the American Dream

Armageddon Time, in Official Competition, marks James Gray’s return to the Croisette nine years after The Immigrant with a trio of stars: Anne Hathaway, Anthony Hopkins and Jeremy Strong. Cannes […]

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Cannes Film Festival: The Heigt Mountains, Friendship Summits

The team of Armagedon Time ©DR The competition continues with two superb films: The Otto Mountain by Charlotte Vandermeersch and Felix Van Groeningen and Armageddon Time by James Gray. Cannes […]

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Top Gun: Maverick, Addiction to Speed

Kirill Serebrennikov’s Zhena Chaikovskogo opende the race for the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, while Tom Cruise caused a stir with Top Gun: Maverick, the sequel to the […]

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Final Cut Opens 75th Cannes Film Festival

The Cannes Film Festival celebrates its 75th anniversary! After a glamorous star-studded Montée des Marches with international stars, the Opening Ceremony kicked off the competition with the screening of Michel […]

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Festival de Cannes 2021, Palme de Titane

Chaired by director Spike Lee, the Jury of the 74th Festival de Cannes unveiled the winners of the various prizes during the Palmarès Ceremony and awarded the Palme d’Or to […]

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Nitram, Itinerary of a Killer at the Cannes Film Festival

The Official Competition of the Cannes Film Festival ends with Justin Kurzel’s Nitram and Joachim Lafosse’s The Restless. D-1 before the Palme d’or… After Macbeth, Australian director Justin Kurzel returns […]

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France, Media Satire at Festival de Cannes

The Competition is in its final stages on the tenth day of the Festival de Cannes with Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s Memoria, Bruno Dumont’s France and Nabil Ayouch’s Casablanca Beats. Eleven years […]

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Les Olympiades, Birth of Desire at Festival de Cannes

The race for the Palme d’Or continues on this ninth day of competition with Ildiko Enyedi’s The Story of My Wife and Jacques Audiard’s Les Olympiades. Hungarian director Ildiko Enyedi, […]

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Titane Gives the Chills to the Croisette

The race for the Palme d’Or continues on this eighth day of competition with Asghar Farhadi’s Ghahreman (A Hero) and Julia Ducourneau’s Titane. After a disappointing Todos Lo Saben, a […]

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Petrov’s Flu, Hallucinatory Journey at Festival de Cannes

The seventh day of competition at the Cannes Film Festival saw the screening of Kirill Serebrennikov’s Petrov’s Flu and Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch. Petrov’s Flu, the film by Russian […]

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Tre Piani, Isolated Lives at Festival de Cannes

The sixth day of competition at the Festival de Cannes saw the screening of Tre Piani by Nanni Moretti and Bergman Island by Mia Hansen-Love. After Mia Madre in 2015, […]