Final thoughts on the Festival de Cannes; James Gray and Mohammad Rasoulof; plus, Abdellatif Kechiche’s eventual Palme d’Or winner.
At the Festival de Cannes, Nicolas Winding Refn crashes and burns; Alexander Payne and Lav Diaz triumph.
At the Festival de Cannes, the paparazzi scrum; plus, the latest from Steven Soderbergh, Claire Denis, and Mahamat-Saleh Haroun.
At the Festival de Cannes, a beeline for the Coen Brothers’ new film; plus, Takashi Miike and Paolo Sorrentino in Competition
Partying at the Festival de Cannes; more from the Competition and Un Certain Regard; plus, on not getting into the Coen Brothers’ Inside Llewyn Davis.
More observations at the Festival de Cannes; plus, new films by Asghar Farhadi and Hirokazu Kore-eda.
Queues and quotations at the Festival de Cannes; plus, François Ozon’s Jeune et Jolie, Fruitvale Station, and Jia Zhangke’s A Touch of Sin.
The excess and emptiness of the Festival de Cannes; plus, The Great Gatsby and Heli.
A conversation with the great Mahamat-Saleh Haroun about his new film Grigris and his cinematic legacy to date.
Yves Montmayeur on his muscular study of Austrian auteur Michael Haneke, Michael H Profession: Director.
Three of Brannavan Gnanalingam’s favourites from the Festival de Cannes: The Great Beauty, Behind the Candelabra, Norte, the End of History.
We revisit Brannavan Gnanalingam’s coverage of the following prizewinners at the Festival de Cannes: Like Father, Like Son, A Touch of Sin, The Past.