Jupiter's Moon (2017)
In the Fade (2017)
Montparnasse Bienvenue (2017)
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The Critics’ Week Grand Prize goes to Makala

The Critics’ Week Grand Prize goes to Makala

12 jours : The judge and the "madman"

12 jours : The judge and the "madman"

Until the Birds Return: Three trips to Algeria for the price of one

Until the Birds Return: Three trips to Algeria for the price of one

La Familia: “You’d be an idiot not to be scared”

La Familia: “You’d be an idiot not to be scared”

VoD cannot replace DVD, according to industry professionals at Cannes

VoD cannot replace DVD, according to industry professionals at Cannes

CANNES 2017: The impact of VoD was the key issue discussed at the European Audiovisual Observatory conference organised on the Croisette  

27/05 | Cannes 2017 | Distribution

The Directors’ Fortnight Europa Cinemas Label goes to A Ciambra

The Directors’ Fortnight Europa Cinemas Label goes to A Ciambra

CANNES 2017: The second feature by Jonas Carpignano has been crowned as the best European film in the Directors’ Fortnight; Claire Denis and Philippe Garrel also awarded  

26/05 | Cannes 2017 | Directors’ Fortnight/Awards

The Double Lover: The devil in the belly

The Double Lover: The devil in the belly

CANNES 2017: François Ozon once again tries his hand at a new genre with the formal virtuosity of an architect, underpinned by unsettling visceral urges  

26/05 | Cannes 2017 | Competition

Frost: A journey to the end of the war

Frost: A journey to the end of the war

CANNES 2017: Sharunas Bartas returns to Directors’ Fortnight with a dialogue-heavy odyssey through Eastern Europe, into the heart of the interminable war between Russia and the Ukraine  

26/05 | Cannes 2017 | Directors’ Fortnight

Emmanuel Gras • Director

Interview: Emmanuel Gras • Director

"The enormous effort these people make to live "

CANNES 2017: We chatted to French filmmaker Emmanuel Gras, who unveiled his documentary Makala in competition in the Cannes Critics’ Week  

25/05

The Nothing Factory: A melding of class struggle and musical comedy

The Nothing Factory: A melding of class struggle and musical comedy

CANNES 2017: In a procession of chronological tableaux, Pedro Pinho depicts the vagaries of a battle doomed to failure, waged by the employees of a lift factory  

26/05 | Cannes 2017 | Directors’ Fortnight

Sarajevo Film Festival to pay tribute to Joshua Oppenheimer

Sarajevo Film Festival to pay tribute to Joshua Oppenheimer

The US director’s films will be screened within the Dealing With the Past programme, and he will also hold a master class  

26/05 | Sarajevo 2017

In the Fade: "Do you want to know who killed your family?"

In the Fade: "Do you want to know who killed your family?"

CANNES 2017: Fatih Akin brings us a moving and effective drama about a neo-Nazi attack, a mix between a portrait of a woman, a legal film and a political thriller  

26/05 | Cannes 2017 | Competition

Annarita Zambrano  • Director

Interview: Annarita Zambrano • Director

“A generation held hostage by violence”

CANNES 2017: We met up with Annarita Zambrano, the only female Italian director at Cannes, whose film, After the War, is screening in the Un Certain Regard section  

25/05

IFC Films acquires Lars von Trier’s The House that Jack Built for the USA

IFC Films acquires Lars von Trier’s The House that Jack Built for the USA

CANNES 2017: TrustNordisk has also licensed Jens Dahl’s feature debut, 3 Things, to California Filmes for worldwide distribution  

26/05 | Cannes 2017 | Market/Denmark

Fatih Akin  • Director

Interview: Fatih Akin • Director

“As a producer, I protect myself as a director”

CANNES 2017: We spoke to German director Fatih Akin about his new thriller, In the Fade, which is taking part in the competition at Cannes this year  

26/05

The 2017 Zlín Film Festival welcomes films from a record-breaking number of countries

The 2017 Zlín Film Festival welcomes films from a record-breaking number of countries

The world’s largest children’s and youth film festival is opening its gates for the 57th time this year  

26/05 | Festivals | Czech Republic

The Critics’ Week Grand Prize goes to Makala

The Critics’ Week Grand Prize goes to Makala

CANNES 2017: The documentary by Emmanuel Gras has emerged triumphant in the Critics’ Week, while the Visionary Award went to Brazil’s Gabriel and the Mountain  

25/05 | Cannes 2017 | Critics’ Week/Awards

12 jours : The judge and the "madman"

12 jours : The judge and the "madman"

CANNES 2017: Raymond Depardon brings us a new documentary which causes us to reflect on the face of justice and those who are admitted against their will to psychiatric hospitals  

25/05 | Cannes 2017 | Special screenings

Cine-Regio stresses the importance of regional film funds

Cine-Regio stresses the importance of regional film funds

CANNES 2017: The network celebrates the 36 Cannes-selected films backed by its members, and worries about regional investment in a possible Digital Single Market  

25/05 | Cannes 2017 | Funding

Agreement signed for the first Euro-Mediterranean Audiovisual Centre

Agreement signed for the first Euro-Mediterranean Audiovisual Centre

CANNES 2017: During the festival on the Côte d'Azur, the Lazio region also launched the second part of the 2016 Lazio Cinema International call for entries  

25/05 | Industry | Europe/Africa

Until the Birds Return: Three trips to Algeria for the price of one

Until the Birds Return: Three trips to Algeria for the price of one

CANNES 2017: Karim Moussaoui displays his mettle as a director in a debut that gradually weaves together three stories providing a taste of contemporary Algeria  

24/05 | Cannes 2017 | Un Certain Regard

Roberto De Paolis • Director

Interview: Roberto De Paolis • Director

“Losing my virginity”

CANNES 2017: At the age of 37, Rome native Roberto De Paolis has revealed his first film, Pure Hearts, at Directors’ Fortnight in Cannes  

25/05

Coby: The long road to self

Coby: The long road to self

CANNES 2017: Christian Sonderegger wins hearts with his documentary about a girl who becomes a man  

25/05 | Cannes 2017 | ACID

Karim Moussaoui • Director

Interview: Karim Moussaoui • Director

Interview

CANNES 2017: We met up with Karim Moussaoui to discuss his first film Until the Birds Return, presented in the Un Certain Regard section  

23/05

La Familia: “You’d be an idiot not to be scared”

La Familia: “You’d be an idiot not to be scared”

CANNES 2017: A co-production with Norway, Gustavo Rondón Córdova’s first film proves him to be a filmmaker of tremendous (and minimalist) force  

25/05 | Cannes 2017 | Critics’ Week

Making documentaries in the post-truth era

Making documentaries in the post-truth era

CANNES 2017: The discussion on 23 May kick-started the second Doc Day at Cannes – an event organised by the Film Market with the support of the CNC, amongst others  

25/05 | Cannes 2017 | Industry

Nothingwood: A crackpot who makes films in Afghanistan

Nothingwood: A crackpot who makes films in Afghanistan

CANNES 2017: French journalist Sonia Kronlund improvises as a director to bring us an almost surreal and utterly invigorating documentary  

25/05 | Cannes 2017 | Directors’ Fortnight

A Gentle Creature: "The union between prison and the people"

A Gentle Creature: "The union between prison and the people"

CANNES 2017: Sergei Loznitsa is back with a piece on totalitarianism and the Russian spirit, mixing abundance and austerity, which could have been exceptional  

25/05 | Cannes 2017 | Competition

Just to Be Sure: An easygoing comedy about a “reconstituted” family

Just to Be Sure: An easygoing comedy about a “reconstituted” family

CANNES 2017: Carine Tardieu delivers a madcap but tender tale with delectable dialogue and characters, carried by a superb cast  

24/05 | Cannes 2017 | Directors’ Fortnight

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