Cannes 2016

Nellee HolmesJune 14, 2016

Russian director Kirill Serebrennikov revisits the subject of escalating classroom drama in his new film (M)uchenik. Well received at the Cannes...

Ana Maria BahianaMay 22, 2016

Ken Loach, a Cannes veteran since 1979, an a Palme D’Or winner in 2006 for The Wind That Shakes the Barley did it again – his I, Daniel Blake took...

Luca CeladaMay 19, 2016

Any self respecting A-list festival needs a film that rocks the boat and ruffles some feathers. Controversy can be like fuel to a Cannes festival...

Luca CeladaMay 18, 2016

The dire early predictions of rain turned out to be widely exaggerated, and the weather has been mostly resplendent during the Cannes Festival;...

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Luca CeladaMay 17, 2016

Writer-director Jeff Nichols (Take Shelter, Mud, Midnight Special) showed his fifth feature at this 69th Cannes and Loving immediately garnered...

Emanuel LevyMay 16, 2016

A visually and musically thrilling picture, American Honey, British director Andrea Aronld's fourth film, is also the first one that is set and...

Emanuel LevyMay 15, 2016

One of the great sidebars in Cannes is the Classics selection, a favorite of cinephiles and a tribute to the history of cinema and the festival....

Luca CeladaMay 15, 2016

Roald Dahl stories have inspired groundbreaking films, both live action (Witches, Matilda) and animated (Fantastic Mr. Fox, James and the Giant...

Ana Maria BahianaMay 13, 2016

Parties are Cannes’ unique language, and the HFPA speaks it very well – and with a purpose. On Friday, May 13, the Association threw a cocktail...

Luca CeladaMay 13, 2016

Cannes is not only competition and cinephiles. As Hollywood-on-the-Riviera it’s also one of the world's foremost film markets and a giant...