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REPORT: Cannes 2019

Cineuropa is covering the 72nd Cannes Film Festival live from the Croisette with reviews, interviews and market reports...

REPORT: Cannes 2019
Andreas Horvath  • Director of Lillian

Interview: Andreas Horvath • Director of Lillian

"‘We want to see what happens on the road,’ we said. Potential backers just shook their heads"

CANNES 2019: We sat down with Austrian documentarian Andreas Horvath to unpick his fifth feature-length work, Lillian  

22/05 | Cannes 2019 | Directors’ Fortnight

CineRegio backs half of the feature films selected in Cannes

CineRegio backs half of the feature films selected in Cannes

CANNES 2019: The regional film fund network is also calling to reinforce the cultural exception in Europe  

22/05 | Cannes 2019

Review: Tommaso

Review: Tommaso

CANNES 2019: In his new, almost uncomfortably personal film, Abel Ferrara talks about himself. For a change  

22/05 | Cannes 2019 | Special Screenings

Review: Liberté

Review: Liberté

CANNES 2019: Albert Serra invites us to partake in the nocturnal wanderings of a group of sadien libertines as the liminal surrounds of the forest rustle with their desires  

22/05 | Cannes 2019 | Un Certain Regard

Claude Lelouch  • Director of The Best Years of a Life

Interview: Claude Lelouch • Director of The Best Years of a Life

“I have always regarded myself as an amateur”

CANNES 2019: We spoke to Claude Lelouch about his 49th film, The Best Years of a Life, in which he reunites the man and the woman from his 1966 Grand Prix winner  

22/05 | Cannes 2019 | Out of Competition

Silvia Costa  • MEP and rapporteur for the Creative Europe – MEDIA programme

Interview: Silvia Costa • MEP and rapporteur for the Creative Europe – MEDIA programme

"We must wage the battle on the cultural level to ensure a future for the EU’s political strategy"

CANNES 2019: Cineuropa got the chance to meet Silvia Costa at the Cannes Film Festival, where she took stock of her two mandates at the European Parliament  

22/05 | Cannes 2019

Review: Adam

Review: Adam

CANNES 2019: Maternity, friendship and the position of women in Moroccan society all feature in Maryam Touzani’s exquisite debut film  

21/05 | Cannes 2019 | Un Certain Regard

Review: Our Mothers

Review: Our Mothers

CANNES 2019: Through the story of Ernesto, his family, and his friends, César Díaz paints the portrait of a collective resilience, that of the victims of the Guatemalan military dictatorship  

21/05 | Cannes 2019 | Critics’ Week

Cesar Diaz • Director of Our Mothers

Interview: Cesar Diaz • Director of Our Mothers

"I didn’t want to give a history lesson, I wanted to give history a human form"

CANNES 2019: We met with Cesar Diaz, the Guatemalan director now settled in Belgium, whose first film, Our Mothers, is being presented this year during Cannes’ Critics’ Week  

21/05 | Cannes 2019 | Critics’ Week

Review: Fire Will Come

Review: Fire Will Come

CANNES 2019 : Oliver Laxe crafts an austere and very powerful film about the forces of nature, following a paria leaving prison and returning to his mother  

21/05 | Cannes 2019 | Un Certain Regard