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12 articles available in total starting from 14/04/2022. Last article published on 01/06/2022.

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Patricio Guzmán  • Director of My Imaginary Country

Interview: Patricio Guzmán • Director of My Imaginary Country

“The future is not written; the protestors are working towards a society that they would like and hope to see”

CANNES 2022: The Chilean helmer picks apart his documentary on the revolutionary events that took place in his home country in October 2019  

01/06 | Cannes 2022 | Special Screenings

Shaunak Sen  • Director of All That Breathes

Interview: Shaunak Sen • Director of All That Breathes

"The most important thing was to build a relationship of trust to be able to shoot with the whole family"

CANNES 2022: New Delhi’s notoriously polluted air is in the centre of the acclaimed documentary by the Indian filmmaker, which has received the festival's Golden Eye award  

01/06 | Cannes 2022 | Special Screenings

Review: The Natural History of Destruction

Review: The Natural History of Destruction

CANNES 2022: For his latest archive-derived doc, Sergei Loznitsa focuses his attention on the Allied bombing campaigns on German cities during World War II  

31/05 | Cannes 2022 | Special Screenings

Jasmine Trinca  • Director of Marcel!

Interview: Jasmine Trinca • Director of Marcel!

"I wanted to talk about a woman who doesn’t have her limits imposed by the society... but has others"

CANNES 2022: The Italian actress talks about her first steps as a feature film director with a tale of a special mother-daughter relationship  

31/05 | Cannes 2022 | Special Screenings

Marie Perennès and Simon Depardon  • Directors of Riposte féministe

Interview: Marie Perennès and Simon Depardon • Directors of Riposte féministe

“In our movie, witches don’t exist”

CANNES 2022: We talked to the directors behind the documentary, who accompany a feminist collective fighting the battle of words all over France  

27/05 | Cannes 2022 | Special screenings

Review: Riposte féministe

Review: Riposte féministe

CANNES 2022: In Simon Depardon and Marie Perennès' serviceable documentary, women reclaim the streets as their own and it’s hard not to cheer  

27/05 | Cannes 2022 | Special Screenings

Amandine Fredon and Benjamin Massoubre • Directors of Little Nicholas - Happy As Can Be

Interview: Amandine Fredon and Benjamin Massoubre • Directors of Little Nicholas - Happy As Can Be

"This is an ode to the joys of childhood, to the ability to play and to grow, to the wonders of storytelling and the ease of the child’s gaze"

CANNES 2022: The universe of the classic French children’s book gets a tender love letter with this film  

25/05 | Cannes 2022 | Special Screenings

Review: Little Nicholas – Happy as Can Be

Review: Little Nicholas – Happy as Can Be

CANNES 2022: Benjamin Massoubre and Amandine Fredon have put together a delightful, nostalgia-tinged treat that’s probably more fun for parents than for their kids  

23/05 | Cannes 2022 | Special Screenings

Review: Marcel!

Review: Marcel!

CANNES 2022: The first film directed by Jasmine Trinca takes a personal approach to a strained mother-daughter relationship, offering a nod to silent film  

21/05 | Cannes 2022 | Special Screenings

Review: Mariupolis 2

Review: Mariupolis 2

CANNES 2022: Mantas Kvedaravičius died in Mariupol, but the footage he filmed has been salvaged and has now been presented at Cannes as a new feature-length documentary  

20/05 | Cannes 2022 | Special Screenings

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