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Cannes 2015 / Critics' Week

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Mediterranea, there are people behind the “migratory flows”

Mediterranea, there are people behind the “migratory flows”

CANNES 2015: Thirty-year-old Jonas Carpignano’s film is a docu-film on immigration, which he directs with a determined and unforgiving eye using simple and rigorous images  

22/05/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Critics’ Week

Dégradé: Gaza with rollers in

Dégradé: Gaza with rollers in

CANNES 2015: Arab and Tarzan Nasser take an opposing view of the usual representations of Gaza by spending the entire 1h30 of their film in a beauty salon  

22/05/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Critics' Week

The Critics’ Week Grand Prix goes to Paulina

The Critics’ Week Grand Prix goes to Paulina

CANNES 2015: Argentinean director Santiago Mitre’s film, co-produced by France, has been triumphant in the Critics’ Week, while the Revelation Prize has gone to Land and Shade  

21/05/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Critics’ Week/Awards

Les Deux Amis: In the beginning was cinema

Les Deux Amis: In the beginning was cinema

CANNES 2015: With passion, tenderness and utter integrity, Louis Garrel tries his hand at directing, whisking us away on a joyful – and very touching – adventure  

20/05/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Critics’ Week

Land and Shade: Tears forged in the ashes of hope

Land and Shade: Tears forged in the ashes of hope

CANNES 2015: Cesar Augusto Acevedo makes his directorial debut with a rural wasteland charged with rousing grief  

19/05/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Critics’ Week

The Wakhan Front: The invisible enemy

The Wakhan Front: The invisible enemy

CANNES 2015: Clément Cogitore's first feature film is an astonishing and highly original piece of young French cinema about a platoon of soldiers in Afghanistan  

16/05/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Critics' Week

Paulina: one woman's fight, for and against everything

Paulina: one woman's fight, for and against everything

CANNES 2015: Santiago Mitre pays tribute to the determination and sacrifice of a woman who refuses to give up her political integrity  

16/05/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Critics' Week

Les Anarchistes: an infiltrator in the nineteenth century

Les Anarchistes: an infiltrator in the nineteenth century

CANNES 2015: Élie Wajeman opened Critics’ Week with his second historical feature film, which is nonetheless very current, in which young withered idealism tries to fight back with political revolt  

14/05/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Critics’ Week

A quartet of young French filmmakers for the Critics’ Week

A quartet of young French filmmakers for the Critics’ Week

Les Anarchistes, Les deux amis, The Wakhan Front and Learn by Heart to be showcased as part of this parallel section of Cannes  

21/04/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Critics’ Week/France

The Critics’ Week unveils its selection

The Critics’ Week unveils its selection

Italian-American director Jonas Capignano and French filmmaker Clément Cogitore are in competition, while Wajeman, Louis Garrel and Vadepied are all out of competition  

20/04/2015 | Cannes 2015 | Critics’ Week

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