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Denis Durand Couture, Big-Harted Luxury

Denis Durand Couture, OrusBijoux and Ecrin de Saveur created a glamorous event at the 70th Festival de Cannes for the charity Le Sourire de Lucie. In the heart of the […]

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70th Festival de Cannes Awards

Chaired by Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar, the Jury of the 70th Festival de Cannes unveiled the names of the winners at the prize-giving ceremony on Sunday, May 28, 2017. After […]

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Naomie Campbell at the Heart of Fashion for Relief

Naomie Campbell enlivened a charity gala her organization Fashion for Relief with red carpet, stars and top models in conjunction with the 70th Festival de Cannes. Naomie Campbell, the 47-year-old […]

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Based on a True Story Closes the 70th Festival de Cannes

Based on a True Story by Roman Polansky is an intimate thriller staging two women – an author and a fan – with opposing views on a writer’s creation process. […]

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In The Fade, At the Pursuit of Nazis

In The Fade by director Fatih Akin portrays a woman who, after a bomb attack, will suffers the loss of her family and seek revenge by hunting a couple of  […]

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Good Time, Losers Opera

Good Time by the Safdie brothers evokes the desperate race of a gangster in New York to save his mentally retarded brother arrested after a botched bank robbery. Good Time, […]

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The Beguield: The Chicks Eat The Rooster

Sofia Coppola’s The Beguield opposes Colin Farrell and Nicole Kidman in a thriller where a cock, seeing himslef like a fox in the henhouse, is eaten by the chicks. In […]

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Radiance of the Inner Being

Radiance by the Japanese director Naomi Kawase depitcs with poetry the quest of two people on a path of light towards communion with the invisible. The Japanese director Naomi Kawase […]

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The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Horror Thriller

The Killing of a Sacred Deer, by the Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos, is an exciting film mixing the psychological tension of a thriller and the terror of a horror film. […]

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The Meyerowitz Stories, Big Apple Neuroses

The Meyerowitz Stories by Noah Baumbach tells the story of adult siblings in New York trying together to get rid of the influence of their aging father. With The Meyerowitz […]

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Beats Per Minute of Anger and Tenderness

Beats Per Minute tells the struggle of Act Up Paris activists against the indifference and the silence which condemn to death the sick and threaten the young people. Beats Per […]

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Okja, The Pig With a Heart of Gold

Okja, by Korean director Bong Joon Ho, is a fantastic comedy about the friendship between a little girl and a genetically modified animal evoking both pig and hippo. The relationship […]

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Marvel at Wonderstruck at Festival de Cannes

Wonderstruck by Todd Haynes opened the 70th Festival de Cannes with a masterpiece of cinema: the emotional journey to New York of two children towards a better life. Wonderstruck, by […]

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70th Festival de Cannes Declared Open

After a glamorous star-studded Red Carpet, the Opening Ceremony gave the start of the 70th Festival de Cannes, a milestone edition for the greatest film festival in the world. A […]

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Mouton Cadet Wine Bar, Oasis of Elegance at Cannes Film Festival

The Mouton Cadet Wine Bar has hosted many stars and prestigious  personnalities from the 7th Art on its terrace atop the Palais during the Cannes Film Festival. Mouton Cadet Wine […]

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Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake Wins Palme d’Or

The Jury of the 69th Cannes Film Festival, chaired by George Miller, awarded the Palme d’Or to I, Daniel Blake by British director Ken Loach. The most prestigious awards in […]

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Elle by Paul Verhoeven, Ambiguity at Festival de Cannes

Elle by Paul Verhoeven, supported by an outstanding Isabelle Huppert, flirts with amorality, ambiguity and sexuality in a black psychological thriller. Elle by Paul Verhoeven is Michèle, who runs a […]

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The Last Face, War and Love at Festival de Cannes

The Last Face by Sean Penn is a love story on a background humanitarian action, awkwardly mixing romance and war scenes and bloody chaos in Africa. The Last face is […]

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Graduation and Compromises at Festival de Cannes

The Graduation of his daughter Eliza is an obsession for Romeo: he is ready to sacrifice everything for her to go to England to study and find a better life. […]

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The Unknown Girl, Diagnosis and Investigation at Festival de Cannes

The Unknown Girl by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne is featuring a female doctor in search of the name of a young woman found dead near her practice. Tired and upset […]