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19 articles available in total starting from 16/04/2015. Last article published on 24/05/2015.

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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  

24/05/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Competition

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  

22/05/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Competition

Dheepan: The guardian of fire

Dheepan: The guardian of fire

CANNES 2015: Jacques Audiard once again shows what he’s made of in competition at Cannes with an immersive film about making a fresh start in a dangerous and unfamiliar place  

21/05/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Competition

Youth: you might as well resign yourself to your future

Youth: you might as well resign yourself to your future

CANNES 2015: Superb performances from Michael Caine and Harvey Keital in the film by the Oscar-winning director characterised by magnificent Fellinian framing  

20/05/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Competition

Marguerite & Julien: Crime and punishment for Valérie Donzelli

Marguerite & Julien: Crime and punishment for Valérie Donzelli

CANNES 2015: A Bonnie and Clyde story of the incestuous love between two siblings at the beginning of the 17th century, told as a post-modern, anachronistic tale that misses the mark  

19/05/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Competition

Carol is lying in ambush

Carol is lying in ambush

CANNES 2015: Todd Haynes’ film, produced and sold by the UK, is among the favourites at the halfway point of the race for the Palme d'Or 2015  

18/05/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Competition

The Measure of a Man: The moral violence of modern times

The Measure of a Man: The moral violence of modern times

CANNES 2015: Stéphane Brizé makes a strong impression at his first Cannes Film Festival with a powerful and profound film about society starring the outstanding Vincent Lindon  

18/05/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Competition

Louder Than Bombs: Perception and truth

Louder Than Bombs: Perception and truth

CANNES 2015: By breaking up the space and time of the narrative, Joachim Trier attempts his greatest work with a film as fascinating as it is unfathomed  

18/05/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Competition

My King: Penetrating the inner depths of sadomasochistic love

My King: Penetrating the inner depths of sadomasochistic love

CANNES 2015: Maïwenn plunges to the depths of addictive and painful attraction, giving big parts to Vincent Cassel and Emmanuelle Bercot  

17/05/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Competition

The Lobster: When Buñuel meets Orwell

The Lobster: When Buñuel meets Orwell

CANNES 2015: Yorgos Lanthimos’s science-fiction film is ambitious, off the wall, conceptual and meticulous on social totalitarianism and relationships of the “amorous” variety  

15/05/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Competition

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