A Cannes 2017 recap, a revisit to the movies of last year’s fest, and a review of the 1973 Palme d’Or winner ‘Scarecrow.’
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A review of John Cassavetes’ ‘A Woman Under the Influence’ and a midway report on the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.
‘Blue is the Warmest Color’ was the Palme d’Or champion of a diverse selection of awards winners at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival closing ceremony!
Jim Jarmusch’s ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’ and Roman Polanski’s ‘Venus in Fur’ finish the Cannes Film Festival on a prestige note.
Cannes turns back time to 1920s Manhattan with ‘The Immigrant’ and 16th Century France with ‘Michael Kohlhaas’, both making late impressions.
With Cannes beginning to wind down, we crunch the odds on eight films that have a real shot at the coveted Palme d’Or.
Lesbian romance ‘Blue is the Warmest Color’ and Alexander Payne’s father-son dramedy ‘Nebraska’ bring the battle of the sexes to Cannes.
Three more films astonish and divide the critical factions of Cannes as ‘All is Lost’, ‘Grigris’, and ‘Bastards’ make their debuts.
The Cannes response to Nicolas Winding Refn’s latest display of bravura violence, ‘Only God Forgives’, is as divisive as could be expected.
Tarantino’s latest gets a beautiful but messy trailer. Everything in it looks good, but the presentation is lacking.
Round ups of all films that have played so far at the Cannes Film Festival.
Harvey Weinstein gives us a preview of one of the most anticipated Fall releases.
This fantastical film introduces us to some exciting newcomers who could make a big impact on 2012.
Films from Wes Anderson, Michael Haneke, Ken Loach, David Cronenberg, Abbas Kiarostami, Andrew Dominik, Jacques Audiard, and Alain Resnais are included.
The most complicated category at the Oscars is also one of the categories that receives the most attention from Awards watchers.
‘The Hobbit’ release dates, ‘X-Men’ sky-writing, ’50/50′ trailer with Joseph Gordon Levitt and Seth Rogen…
It is going to be a while before most of this films come to the U.S., but I’m excited.
Sean Penn is not as well-liked in his 2nd film of the festival.
Three English-language films took home top prizes at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.
‘Le Havre,’ ‘Melancholia’, and ‘Drive’ get some major love. ‘Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai’, ‘Pater’, and ‘The Skin I Live In’ do not.