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2451 articles available in total starting from 10/06/2002. Last article published on 23/05/2022.

Serge Bozon • Director of Don Juan

Interview: Serge Bozon • Director of Don Juan

“This film lent itself to the idea of a Don Juan who would not be this figure of swaggering manhood, getting everything he wants”

CANNES 2022: After presenting his new musical, the French filmmaker explains why he likes to venture into places that we wouldn’t expect of him  

23/05 | Cannes 2022 | Cannes Première

Review: Return to Seoul

Review: Return to Seoul

CANNES 2022: Davy Chou confirms his talent with a highly effective second fiction feature about a turbulent and touching initiatory journey tracing back an adoption  

23/05 | Cannes 2022 | Un Certain Regard

Davy Chou • Director of Return to Seoul

Interview: Davy Chou • Director of Return to Seoul

“I take great pleasure in helping filmmakers accomplish their vision, when I really admire their talent”

CANNES 2022: We met up with the French-Cambodian director, who has crafted an impressive and intimate feature around the topics of adoption and identity  

22/05 | Cannes 2022 | Un Certain Regard

Review: Don Juan

Review: Don Juan

CANNES 2022: Serge Bozon offers up a clever, episodic work in the form of a double-bottomed inversion of the legend of Don Juan, played by Tahar Rahim who’s made vulnerable by a many-faced...  

22/05 | Cannes 2022 | Cannes Première

Dominik Moll • Director of The Night of the 12th

Interview: Dominik Moll • Director of The Night of the 12th

"The main character needed to question his own attitude, as a man, towards women"

CANNES 2022: The French-German filmmaker’s new movie is an ensemble police investigation reflecting a frayed society and broken male-female relationships  

22/05 | Cannes 2022 | Cannes Première

Review: R.M.N.

Review: R.M.N.

CANNES 2022: Cristian Mungiu crafts a masterful film, delving to the heart of a tiny Transylvanian village that reflects modern-day evils, and decisions taken on an individual and European level  

22/05 | Cannes 2022 | Competition

Emmanuelle Nicot • Director of Love According to Dalva

Interview: Emmanuelle Nicot • Director of Love According to Dalva

“I wanted to tell the story of the aftermath, where the traumas lodge”

CANNES 2022: The Belgian filmmaker talked about her surprisingly luminous portrait of a little 12-year-old girl who will have to take back control of her life story  

21/05 | Cannes 2022 | Critics’ Week

Review: The Night of the 12th

Review: The Night of the 12th

CANNES 2022: Dominik Moll crafts a French-style Zodiac, an ensemble police investigation both highly effective and brilliantly acted, where procedures and mindsets reveal a frayed society  

20/05 | Cannes 2022 | Cannes Première

Review: Alma Viva

Review: Alma Viva

CANNES 2022: Debuting Portuguese filmmaker Cristèle Alves Meira finds magical realism in a Portuguese mountain village  

20/05 | Cannes 2022 | Critics’ Week

Review: Love According to Dalva

Review: Love According to Dalva

CANNES 2022: In her sober and moving first feature film, Emmanuelle Nicot paints the portrait of a child survivor who grew up dramatically too quickly  

20/05 | Cannes 2022 | Critics’ Week

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