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Dheepan: The guardian of fire

Dheepan: The guardian of fire

Son of Saul: the workers of death

Son of Saul: the workers of death

The Lobster: When Buñuel meets Orwell

The Lobster: When Buñuel meets Orwell

Land and Shade: Tears forged in the ashes of hope

Land and Shade: Tears forged in the ashes of hope

Jacques Audiard: "What I’m interested in is the other, the perspective of the other"

Jacques Audiard: "What I’m interested in is the other, the perspective of the other"

CANNES 2015: Hot off the press, we give you the reactions of the jury and the European winners of the competition of the 68th Cannes Film Festival  

24/05 | Cannes 2015 | Awards

The Palme d’Or for Jacques Audiard and the Grand Prix for Son of Saul

The Palme d’Or for Jacques Audiard and the Grand Prix for Son of Saul

CANNES 2015: Dheepan towers above the rest on the Croisette, winning out over the films by László Nemes and Yorgos Lanthimos, which each go home with a prestigious trophy  

24/05 | Cannes 2015 | Awards

Love: Between the love of filmmaking and making love

Love: Between the love of filmmaking and making love

CANNES 2015: What is it about Gaspar Noé’s latest opus that gave rise to as many expectations as it did reactions?  

24/05 | Cannes 2015 | Midnight Screening

Arabian Nights, Volume 3: The Enchanted One: Scheherazade and the chaffinch keepers

Arabian Nights, Volume 3: The Enchanted One: Scheherazade and the chaffinch keepers

CANNES 2015: The spectacular journey with which Miguel Gomes has won over the Directors’ Fortnight ends like an ode to the people of Portugal, which turns from majestic to tender and moving  

24/05 | Cannes 2015 | Directors’ Fortnight

Macbeth the barbarian

Macbeth the barbarian

CANNES 2015: The Cannes Film Festival wraps up its competition with a film by Justin Kurzel that is certainly theatrical, but is also a big blockbuster  

24/05 | Cannes 2015 | Competition

India and France walk hand in hand on the Croisette

India and France walk hand in hand on the Croisette

CANNES 2015: Masaan and The Fourth Direction, in competition in the Un Certain Regard section, were both co-produced by France  

24/05 | Cannes 2015 | Un Certain Regard

Un Certain Regard crowns Rams

Un Certain Regard crowns Rams

CANNES 2015: Icelandic director Grimur Hakonarson has emerged victorious, while honourable mentions went to The High Sun, The Treasure, Journey to the Shore, Masaan and Nahid  

23/05 | Cannes 2015 | Un Certain Regard/Awards

The Fipresci Prize goes to Son of Saul

The Fipresci Prize goes to Son of Saul

CANNES 2015: The international critics have crowned László Nemes' fillm, while Masaan and Paulina have also won accolades  

23/05 | Cannes 2015 | Awards

Ice and the Sky for a 2015 edition that has given off an array of messages

Ice and the Sky for a 2015 edition that has given off an array of messages

CANNES 2015: We take stock of the messages and the main lessons lying at the heart of the world's most important film festival, against an artistic and industry backdrop  

23/05 | Cannes 2015 | Closing

The Here After: Once a pariah, always a pariah

The Here After: Once a pariah, always a pariah

CANNES 2015: Poland-based Swedish director Magnus von Horn has woven a tale of education that is meticulous, bristling with tension, suffocating and irredeemable  

23/05 | Cannes 2015 | Directors' Fortnight

The national film agencies stand together

The national film agencies stand together

CANNES 2015: The members of EFADs have adopted a common position on the digital single market and the reform of the European copyright rules  

23/05 | Industry | Europe

Nordic Genre Invasion conquers Cannes – and the world is next

Nordic Genre Invasion conquers Cannes – and the world is next

CANNES 2015: Now an established organisation, the Helsinki-based promotion outfit is working to become the international one-stop shop for Nordic genre content  

23/05 | Cannes 2015 | Market/Nordic countries

European Audiovisual Observatory: The creative industry has great potential

European Audiovisual Observatory: The creative industry has great potential

CANNES 2015: The future of financing was the main issue at the European Audiovisual Observatory's conference in Cannes  

23/05 | Cannes 2015 | Funding/Europe

Europa Cinemas Label for Mustang  in the Directors' Fortnight

Europa Cinemas Label for Mustang in the Directors' Fortnight

CANNES 2015: The feature debut by Turkish filmmaker Deniz Gamze Ergüven has been crowned Best European Film in the Directors' Fortnight  

22/05 | Cannes 2015 | Directors' Fortnight/Awards

Films Distribution is on cloud nine with Son of Saul

Films Distribution is on cloud nine with Son of Saul

CANNES 2015: The French company has been doing exceedingly well on the Croisette with László Nemes’ film, which has been sold all around the world, just like Nanni Moretti’s Mia Madre  

22/05 | Cannes 2015 | Market/France

Valley of Love: The Ghostway

Valley of Love: The Ghostway

CANNES 2015: Isabelle Huppert and Gérard Depardieu shine in a subtle and skilful film by Guillaume Nicloux which fully showcases the filmmaker’s talent  

22/05 | Cannes 2015 | Competition

Much Loved: The sorrow of Marrakesh’s pleasure girls

Much Loved: The sorrow of Marrakesh’s pleasure girls

CANNES 2015: Nabil Ayouch paints a portrait of the nocturnal life of a group of prostitutes in Marrakech, which is at once realistic and raw, respectful and dignified  

22/05 | Cannes 2015 | Directors’ Fortnight

Dégradé: Gaza with rollers in

Dégradé: Gaza with rollers in

CANNES 2015: Arab and Tarzan Nasser take an opposing view of the usual representations of Gaza by spending the entire 1h30 of their film in a beauty salon  

22/05 | Cannes 2015 | Critics' Week

The Other Side: A different facet of the USA

The Other Side: A different facet of the USA

CANNES 2015: Following his Texan trilogy, the Italian director returns to Cannes with a new portrait of the most hidden and brutal side to America  

22/05 | Cannes 2015 | Un Certain Regard

A call for producers to go green

A call for producers to go green

CANNES NEXT: In the run-up to the COP 21 in Paris, the film industry discussed measures intended to lower its carbon footprint  

22/05 | Cannes 2015 | Market

The Critics’ Week Grand Prix goes to Paulina

The Critics’ Week Grand Prix goes to Paulina

CANNES 2015: Argentinean director Santiago Mitre’s film, co-produced by France, has been triumphant in the Critics’ Week, while the Revelation Prize has gone to Land and Shade  

21/05 | Cannes 2015 | Critics’ Week/Awards

NonStop, Edge and Arthaus return with Cannes titles

NonStop, Edge and Arthaus return with Cannes titles

CANNES 2015: The two Swedish distributors – as well as the Norwegian one – have been shopping from the festival’s official programmes  

22/05 | Cannes 2015 | Distribution/Sweden/Norway

ACID presents (Be)longing, João Pedro Plácido’s first documentary

ACID presents (Be)longing, João Pedro Plácido’s first documentary

CANNES 2015: Filmed in a small village in northern Portugal, the movie follows the day-to-day life of a family that insists on living off a subsistence farming regime  

21/05 | Cannes 2015 | ACID

New initiatives by film festivals for the future of cinema

New initiatives by film festivals for the future of cinema

CANNES NEXT: In its final stretch, NEXT 2015 gathered together four film festival representatives in order to hear the latest about their initiatives for the future of cinema  

21/05 | Cannes 2015 | Market

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