All posts tagged Festival de Cannes 2016

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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 […]

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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 […]