A Ciambra (2017)
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Just to Be Sure: An easygoing comedy about a “reconstituted” family

Just to Be Sure: An easygoing comedy about a “reconstituted” family

Makala: The journey of an honest man

Makala: The journey of an honest man

The Summit: Hold on, there’s turbulence ahead!

The Summit: Hold on, there’s turbulence ahead!

Poland and Lithuania sign a cooperation agreement

Poland and Lithuania sign a cooperation agreement

Cine-Regio stresses the importance of regional film funds

Cine-Regio stresses the importance of regional film funds

CANNES 2017: The network celebrates the 36 Cannes-selected films backed by its members, and worries about regional investment in a possible Digital Single Market  

25/05 | Cannes 2017 | Funding

Agreement signed for the first Euro-Mediterranean Audiovisual Centre

Agreement signed for the first Euro-Mediterranean Audiovisual Centre

CANNES 2017: During the festival on the Côte d'Azur, the Lazio region also launched the second part of the 2016 Lazio Cinema International call for entries  

25/05 | Industry | Europe/Africa

Until the Birds Return: Three trips to Algeria for the price of one

Until the Birds Return: Three trips to Algeria for the price of one

CANNES 2017: Karim Moussaoui displays his mettle as a director in a debut that gradually weaves together three stories providing a taste of contemporary Algeria  

24/05 | Cannes 2017 | Un Certain Regard

Roberto De Paolis • Director

Interview: Roberto De Paolis • Director

“Losing my virginity”

CANNES 2017: At the age of 37, Rome native Roberto De Paolis has revealed his first film, Pure Hearts, at Directors’ Fortnight in Cannes  

25/05

Coby: The long road to self

Coby: The long road to self

CANNES 2017: Christian Sonderegger wins hearts with his documentary about a girl who becomes a man  

25/05 | Cannes 2017 | ACID

Karim Moussaoui • Director

Interview: Karim Moussaoui • Director

Interview

CANNES 2017: We met up with Karim Moussaoui to discuss his first film Until the Birds Return, presented in the Un Certain Regard section  

23/05

La Familia: “You’d be an idiot not to be scared”

La Familia: “You’d be an idiot not to be scared”

CANNES 2017: A co-production with Norway, Gustavo Rondón Córdova’s first film proves him to be a filmmaker of tremendous (and minimalist) force  

25/05 | Cannes 2017 | Critics’ Week

Making documentaries in the post-truth era

Making documentaries in the post-truth era

CANNES 2017: The discussion on 23 May kick-started the second Doc Day at Cannes – an event organised by the Film Market with the support of the CNC, amongst others  

25/05 | Cannes 2017 | Industry

Nothingwood: A crackpot who makes films in Afghanistan

Nothingwood: A crackpot who makes films in Afghanistan

CANNES 2017: French journalist Sonia Kronlund improvises as a director to bring us an almost surreal and utterly invigorating documentary  

25/05 | Cannes 2017 | Directors’ Fortnight

A Gentle Creature: "The union between prison and the people"

A Gentle Creature: "The union between prison and the people"

CANNES 2017: Sergei Loznitsa is back with a piece on totalitarianism and the Russian spirit, mixing abundance and austerity, which could have been exceptional  

25/05 | Cannes 2017 | Competition

Just to Be Sure: An easygoing comedy about a “reconstituted” family

Just to Be Sure: An easygoing comedy about a “reconstituted” family

CANNES 2017: Carine Tardieu delivers a madcap but tender tale with delectable dialogue and characters, carried by a superb cast  

24/05 | Cannes 2017 | Directors’ Fortnight

French sellers rack up deal after deal at Cannes

French sellers rack up deal after deal at Cannes

CANNES 2017: Among the titles doing exceedingly well at the Film Market are BPM (Beats Per Minute), The Double Lover, Ava and Beauty and the Dogs  

25/05 | Cannes 2017 | Market/France

Makala: The journey of an honest man

Makala: The journey of an honest man

CANNES 2017: Emmanuel Gras has made a captivating documentary that whisks us away to DR Congo on the heels of a heroic charcoal seller  

24/05 | Cannes 2017 | Critics’ Week

Santiago Mitre  • Director

Interview: Santiago Mitre • Director

“Politics swallows up everything”

CANNES 2017: Argentinian director Santiago Mitre talks to us about The Summit, a production with Europe that is taking part in Un Certain Regard and delves into the chiaroscuros of politics  

24/05

The Summit: Hold on, there’s turbulence ahead!

The Summit: Hold on, there’s turbulence ahead!

CANNES 2017: Santiago Mitre boldly mixes genres, themes and atmospheres in his third film as he slips in through the back door of a political summit  

24/05 | Cannes 2017 | Un Certain Regard

Poland and Lithuania sign a cooperation agreement

Poland and Lithuania sign a cooperation agreement

CANNES 2017: The Polish Film Institute and the Lithuanian Film Centre to strengthen the cooperation between the two countries  

24/05 | Industry | Poland/Lithuania

Rodin: Turning the hierarchy on its head

Rodin: Turning the hierarchy on its head

CANNES 2017: Jacques Doillon opts to explore the route of the carnal relationship with creation as he tackles the life of the renowned sculptor, played by Vincent Lindon  

24/05 | Cannes 2017 | Competition

Golden Years: Longevity, liberty, Téchiné

Golden Years: Longevity, liberty, Téchiné

CANNES 2017: Great French filmmaker André Téchiné brings us a film on two astonishing historical figures, with the same energy as always  

24/05 | Cannes 2017 | Special screenings

Demons in Paradise: "Engulfed in silence"

Demons in Paradise: "Engulfed in silence"

CANNES 2017: Sri Lankan filmmaker Jude Ratnam lifts the veil on the ghosts of the conflict between the Sinhalese and the Tamils and the by-product that is the separatist Tiger guerrillas  

24/05 | Cannes 2017 | Special screenings

Radiance: To live is to hope

Radiance: To live is to hope

CANNES 2017: Naomi Kawase’s latest work, once again a co-production with France, is a true gem of a film: a subtle, moving, abstract and emotional exploration of the experience of sensory impairment  

23/05 | Cannes 2017 | Competition

The Workshop: A masterful film that teaches us a lot

The Workshop: A masterful film that teaches us a lot

CANNES 2017: Starting with a story about a writing course, Laurent Cantet takes us by surprise by broaching a subject matter of deeply moving urgency and seriousness  

23/05 | Cannes 2017 | Un Certain Regard

After the War: Intellectual or criminal?

After the War: Intellectual or criminal?

CANNES 2017: Italian director and Parisienne by adoption Annarita Zambrano tells the story of a former leftist activist who fled to France twenty years ago after being convicted of murder in Italy  

23/05 | Cannes 2017 | Un Certain Regard

Lucky: One woman, one destiny

Lucky: One woman, one destiny

CANNES 2017: Nanni Moretti’s former muse, Jasmine Trinca, stars as a suburban hairdresser in the new film by Sergio Castellitto, written by his wife, Margaret Mazzantini  

24/05 | Cannes 2017 | Un Certain Regard

Cannes focuses on the new growth of opportunities in Chinese arthouse film

Cannes focuses on the new growth of opportunities in Chinese arthouse film

CANNES 2017: The China Day in Cannes, held on 19 May, was a success in terms of content and attendance  

24/05 | Cannes 2017 | Industry

Exploring the various strategies employed in the European financing environment

Exploring the various strategies employed in the European financing environment

CANNES 2017: The participants in a round-table discussion co-organised by the CNC met on 22 May to discuss the financial instruments used to support independent production and distribution companies  

24/05 | Cannes 2017 | Industry

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