Cannes Film Festival

Mati Diop On Her Story Of Ghosts And Lost Love In 'atlantics,' Senegal's Oscar Entry

Director Mati Diop, whose uncle is acclaimed Senegalese filmmaker Djibril Diop Mambét, connects the past and present in "Atlantics." The film won the Grand Prix at this year's Cannes Film Festival and is Senegal's Academy Awards entry.
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Russia In Focus: Golden Jubilee Edition Of Indian International Film Festival Opens

New Delhi (Sputnik): India’s tiny western state of Goa will turn into Cannes for the next eight days, with everyone who counts in Indian cinema and from abroad expected to descend for the Golden Jubilee Edition of the International Film Festival...
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‘parasite’: Writer/director Bong Joon-ho Breaks Down Some Key Scenes

Bong Joon-ho‘s Parasite has become the highest-grossing international film of the year in the United States, and for good reason: the film, which won the Palme d’Or (the top prize) at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, arrived with...
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“high And Low” Revisited

(Scott Johnson) We went to the current arthouse smash Parasite last week. It is a South Korean film written and directed by Bong Joon Ho. It won the top prize in Cannes earlier this year. The New York Times has raved about Ho and the film in five...

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‘parasite’ And ‘clemency’ Directors Drew On Real Life For Fiction Films – The Contenders...

Neon brought the films Parasite and Clemency to The Contenders Los Angeles on Saturday. Parasite is a Korean con artist film that won the Palme d’Or at Cannes this year. Clemency is an American drama about a death row warden that won the Grand...

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Cannes Readies For Its Closeup: Mayor Unveils Plan For $556m Revamp Of Film & Tv Town

Cannes is set for a revamp. At an event in Paris this week, Cannes mayor David Lisnard unveiled the $556m (€500m) ‘Cannes On Air’ project, which aims to bring a film museum, multiplex cinema, and a revamp of the Palais des Festivals, the hub...
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Official Us Trailer For Ladj Ly's Award-winning 'les Misérables' Film

"What if voicing anger… was the only way to be heard?" Amazon Studios has released the first official US trailer for the acclaimed French drama Les Misérables, which also won the Jury Prize (third place behind Parasite and Atlantics) at the...
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Elle Fanning Says She Feels Most At Home On The Red Carpet

Elle Fanning is glowing on the cover of Elle Australia‘s November issue, on sale Monday (October 21)! Here’s what the 21-year-old Maleficent: Mistress of Evil actress had to share with the mag: On her Cannes Film Festival looks and her love of...
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‘beanpole’ Director Kantemir Balagov On Female Loss, Russian History, And The...

Photo by Richard Jopson Having hailed from Alexander Sokurov’s directing school, Russian auteur Kantemir Balagov made a name for himself on the international film stage with his 2017 debut feature Closeness, which screened as part of the Cannes...
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Twin Cities Film Fest: 120 Films In 11 Days

Can’t go to Cannes? We have our own star-studded, red-carpet film festival right here, and it starts tomorrow (Wednesday, Oct. 16) when the 10th annual Twin Cities Film Fest begins. Three things to know off the bat: It’s Fest, not Festival. It...
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New Uk Trailer For Acclaimed Georgian Drama 'and Then We Danced'

"There is no room for weakness in Georgian dance." Peccadillo Pictures in the UK has debuted an official UK trailer for the acclaimed Georgian indie drama And Then We Danced, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this summer. It's also...
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Cannes Drama ‘bull’ Rides To North America With Samuel Goldwyn Films

Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired North American rights to Annie Silverstein’s drama Bull, which had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival. Starring are Rob Morgan (Just Mercy), Yolonda Ross (Whitney), and newcomer Amber Havard. The...
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The Winding Journey Of Puritan Western ‘fanny Lye Deliver’d’: On-set Flooding, Three Years In...

Long-awaited UK movie Fanny Lye Deliver’d, a regular fixture on Cannes prediction lists, has finally been delivered. Thomas Clay’s third feature, shot in 35mm, bows this week at the BFI London Film Festival after more than three years in...
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Dev Patel, Alia Shawkat Voice English Dub Of Netflix’s Cannes Critics’ Week-winning Animated...

Dev Patel, Alia Shawkat and George Wendt have recorded the English-language dub of I Lost My Body, the French animated film that won the top prize at Cannes Critics’ Week this year. Netflix swooped on the project’s global rights, excluding...
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Kino Lorber Takes In The Dardennes’ ‘young Ahmed’; Freestyle Digital Media Acquires...

Kino Lorber has acquired U.S. rights to Young Ahmed, the latest film from Belgian directors Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne to bow at the Cannes Film Festival, where it won the Best Director prize this year. The film is having its North American...
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Brief New Trailer For Ulrich Köhler's 'in My Room' Starring Hans Löw

"A film of meticulous details and sly, subtle ironies." Grasshopper Film has debuted an official US trailer for the cult hit German indie film In My Room, which originally premiered at the Cannes Film Festival last year more than a year ago. They're...
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‘parasite’ Director Bong Joon-ho On Walking A Tonal Highwire And His Reaction To The Film’s...

In my review from Cannes I described Bong Joon-Ho’s Parasite as “a film that unabashedly takes the audience along for a twisty, twisted ride and gets under your skin. With mind-warping shifts in tone and storyline, there’s a feeling that...

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Oscars: Cannes Jury Prize Winner ‘les Misérables’ To Fly Flag For France In International Film...

Ladj Ly’s politically-charged urban drama Les Miserables has been chosen to represent France in the Best International Feature Film category at the 92nd Oscars. The Cannes Jury Prize winner also recently played Toronto and is opening the...
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Tiff 2019: ‘the Truth’ Is A Sturdy French Family Drama

Last year, celebrated Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival with Shoplifters, a startlingly good family drama that felt like a new career peak for a film-maker who has been producing consistently strong...
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‘jojo Rabbit’ Wins Toronto’s Grolsch People’s Choice Award; Best Picture Oscar Predictor?

Jojo Rabbit is the winner of this year’s Toronto Film Festival Grolsch People’s Choice Award. First runner-up was Netflix’s Marriage Story, and the second runner-up was Neon’s Cannes winner Parasite. The trophy is considered...
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