All posts in Festival de Cannes

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Julieta, Drama and Guilt at Festival de Cannes

Julieta by Pedro Almodovar paints a portrait of women on a background of drama in a film without real breath or relief, rather austere, that leaves one puzzled. Julieta (Emma […]

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Loving, Love Against Segregation at Festival de Cannes

Loving by Jeff Nichols tells, in a moving film, full of modesty, the Mildred and Richard Loving’s combat against a law prohibiting interracial marriage. Loving starts in the County of […]

The Nice Guys Out of The Smog at Festival de Cannes

The Nice Guys by Shane Black creates a new duo of detectives friends in a hilarious comedy, driven at breakneck speed, but with feelings. The Nice Guys is the third […]

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The BFG Blows Dreams on the Festival de Cannes

The BFG, The Big Friendly Giant by Steven Spielberg, brought an irresistible breath of dreams of the Cannes Film Festival, in touch with hearts that beat for a better world. […]

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Ma Loute, Ghouls Fishery at Festival de Cannes

Ma Loute, Bruno Dumont’s crazy comedy, will devour any pessimism with his hilarious gallery of extravagant protagonists, cranks, eccentrics, birdbrains and nutters. Ma Loute brings together in a wacky comedy […]

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Money Monster, A Life in Shares at Festival de Cannes

Money Monster, Jodie Foster’s intense thriller starring Julia Roberts and George Clooney, stages the drama speculative finance can cause through TV shows. Money Monster: claptrap is of no use when […]

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Cafe Society, Love and Glamour at Festival de Cannes

Cafe Society by Woody Allen opened the 69th Cannes Film Festival with a vibrant, glamorous and jazzy love and  story between Hollywood and New York. With Cafe Society, the American […]

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Festival de Cannes 2016, a 7th Art Jury

The 69th Festival de Cannes, the largest global rendezvous of cinema, unrolls its red carpet from May 11 to 22, 2016 for the stars of 21 films selected in the […]

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Festival de Cannes 2016 Chaired by George Miller

The Festival de Cannes 2016 will bring together, from May 11 to 22, the elite of world cinema under the presidency of Australian director, screenwriter and producer George Miller. The […]

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Irrational Man Night at Hotel Martinez

After walking the Red Carpet for Irrational Man on May 15, 2015, Woody Allen and Emma Stone had a party, sponsored by the prestigious jewelry house Chopard. For the third […]

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Ice and The Sky at Festival de Cannes

With the screening of Luc Jacquet’s Ice and The Sky, the Festival de Cannes is raising an alarm about global warming as the film is calling for urgent action. Ice […]

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Macbeth At Festival De Cannes

The Festival de Cannes 2015 competition ended today with the dark and cruel Macbeth by Justin Kurzel, an adaptation of Shakespeare’s inexhaustible play. Justin Kurzel (Royaume Uni/Australie) – 1h53 The […]

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Little Prince At Festival De Cannes

A poetry gem at Festival de Cannes, Le Petit Prince revisited by Mark Osborne, delighted the public who opened their heart to the magic world of childhood. Chronic Michel Franco […]

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Pictural Enchantment at Festival de Cannes

In competition at Festival de Cannes, The Assassin, a pictural enchantment depicting 9th century’s China by Hou Hsiao-Hsien and Dheepan, by award-winng french director Jacques Audiard.   Dheepan Jacques Audiard […]

Sicario, Narco-Thriller at Festival De Cannes

The Festival De Cannes presented Sicario, a powerful thriller, a film genre rare on la Croisette and Marguerite and Julien, a film addressing incest. Sicario Denis Villeneuve (Canada) 2h01 Denis […]

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First Appearance At Festival de Cannes

The Festival de Cannes presented today two films by director making their first appearance in the competition: Stéphane Brizé‘s La Loi du marché and Joachim Trier‘s Louder Than Bombs. La […]

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Love Suffering at Festival de Cannes

The Festival de Cannes showed the suffering of two complicated love stories with Maïwenn’s Mon Roi (My King) and Carol by Todd Haynes. Mon Roi (My King) Maïwenn (France) – […]

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Emotional Films At Festival De Cannes

The Festival de Cannes competition presented two beautiful, moving films: Mia Madre (My Mother) by Nanni Moretti and Gus Van Sant’s drama The Sea of Trees. Mia Madre (My Mother) […]

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Son Of Saul and Shoah At Festival de Cannes

The Festival de Cannes screened Son of Saul about the Shoah by Hungarian director Laslo Nemes and The Lobster by Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos. The Lobster Science-fiction by Yorgos Lanthimos – […]

Lovely Day For Mad Max Fury Road in Cannes

George Miller restarts the V8 of Mad Max Fury Road on the Croisette for a triumphant post-apocalyptic opera with nitromethane-doped action. Thirty years after creating the Mad Max post-apocalyptic genre, […]