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The Image Book - by Jean-Luc Godard - CANNES 2018: A master in the art of counterpoint and the subliminal communication of thought, Jean-Luc Godard presents a film that is fascinating, full-to-bursting, and which steps outside of the norm
The Image Book
by Jean-Luc Godard
CANNES 2018: A master in the art of counterpoint and the subliminal communication of thought, Jean-Luc Godard presents a film that is fascinating, full-to-bursting, and which steps outside of the norm
Cold War - by Pawel Pawlikowski - CANNES 2018: Pawel Pawlikowski reworks the elements of his Oscar-winning Ida to create another fantastic tale that is likely to be a frontrunner in the race for the Palme d’Or
Cold War
by Pawel Pawlikowski
CANNES 2018: Pawel Pawlikowski reworks the elements of his Oscar-winning Ida to create another fantastic tale that is likely to be a frontrunner in the race for the Palme d’Or
Ayka - by Sergey Dvortsevoy - CANNES 2018: Through the latest work by Kazakh filmmaker Sergey Dvortsevoy, we undergo a taxing physical experience alongside a young Kyrgyz mother, living illegally in Russia
Ayka
by Sergey Dvortsevoy
CANNES 2018: Through the latest work by Kazakh filmmaker Sergey Dvortsevoy, we undergo a taxing physical experience alongside a young Kyrgyz mother, living illegally in Russia
Dogman - by Matteo Garrone - CANNES 2018: Inspired by a suburban crime story, Matteo Garrone's new film focuses on the marginalised, with a very clear sentiment
Dogman
by Matteo Garrone
CANNES 2018: Inspired by a suburban crime story, Matteo Garrone's new film focuses on the marginalised, with a very clear sentiment
Happy as Lazzaro - by Alice Rohrwacher - CANNES 2018: Alice Rohrwacher is back in Cannes’ Competition with an uneven, but wildly interesting, story based on true events that proves she is only just getting warmed up as a storyteller
Happy as Lazzaro
by Alice Rohrwacher
CANNES 2018: Alice Rohrwacher is back in Cannes’ Competition with an uneven, but wildly interesting, story based on true events that proves she is only just getting warmed up as a storyteller
Capharnaüm - by Nadine Labaki - CANNES 2018: Nadine Labaki fixes her gaze on the slums of Beirut, telling the devastating survival story of a child who didn’t ask to be born
Capharnaüm
by Nadine Labaki
CANNES 2018: Nadine Labaki fixes her gaze on the slums of Beirut, telling the devastating survival story of a child who didn’t ask to be born
Girl - by Lukas Dhont - CANNES 2018: Lukas Dhont delivers a jaw-dropping debut film about the emotional and physical struggle of a young transgender girl on the cusp of a transformation
Girl
by Lukas Dhont
CANNES 2018: Lukas Dhont delivers a jaw-dropping debut film about the emotional and physical struggle of a young transgender girl on the cusp of a transformation
Border - by Ali Abbasi - CANNES 2018: Danish director Ali Abbasi plays with realism and fantasy in a fascinating film with a somewhat grotesque ending
Border
by Ali Abbasi
CANNES 2018: Danish director Ali Abbasi plays with realism and fantasy in a fascinating film with a somewhat grotesque ending

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Donbass - by Sergei Loznitsa - CANNES 2018: Sergei Loznitsa plunges into the heart of the eastern Ukrainian conflict with an impressionist, dark and scathing film – a tragicomedy with absurdist undertones
Donbass
by Sergei Loznitsa
CANNES 2018: Sergei Loznitsa plunges into the heart of the eastern Ukrainian conflict with an impressionist, dark and scathing film – a tragicomedy with absurdist undertones
Sofia - by Meryem Benm'Barek - CANNES 2018: Buoyed by an excellent script, this first full-length film by Meryem Benm’Barek is a thrilling feminist study, dissecting the double standards that divide Moroccan society
Sofia
by Meryem Benm'Barek
CANNES 2018: Buoyed by an excellent script, this first full-length film by Meryem Benm’Barek is a thrilling feminist study, dissecting the double standards that divide Moroccan society
The Dead and The Others - by João Salaviza, Renée Nader Messora - CANNES 2018: João Salaviza co-directs with Renée Nader Messora a documentary about an indigenous community in Brazil of great visual poetry, with an impeccable balance of drama and intrigue
The Dead and The Others
by João Salaviza, Renée Nader Messora
CANNES 2018: João Salaviza co-directs with Renée Nader Messora a documentary about an indigenous community in Brazil of great visual poetry, with an impeccable balance of drama and intrigue
The Wild Pear Tree - by Nuri Bilge Ceylan - CANNES 2018: Nuri Bilge Ceylan attempts to join the double Palme d’Or club with an episodic tale of a young man’s struggles to become a published author
The Wild Pear Tree
by Nuri Bilge Ceylan
CANNES 2018: Nuri Bilge Ceylan attempts to join the double Palme d’Or club with an episodic tale of a young man’s struggles to become a published author
Knife + Heart - by Yann Gonzalez - CANNES 2018: Shot in his super-original style, Yann Gonzalez’s film is a very sophisticated reinterpretation of the traditional giallo genre, travelling behind the scenes of gay porn cinema
Knife + Heart
by Yann Gonzalez
CANNES 2018: Shot in his super-original style, Yann Gonzalez’s film is a very sophisticated reinterpretation of the traditional giallo genre, travelling behind the scenes of gay porn cinema
In My Room - by Ulrich Köhler - CANNES 2018: Ulrich Köhler’s Un Certain Regard contender is a romantic drama that holds the viewer’s interest without resorting to killer viruses, zombies or toxic mutants
In My Room
by Ulrich Köhler
CANNES 2018: Ulrich Köhler’s Un Certain Regard contender is a romantic drama that holds the viewer’s interest without resorting to killer viruses, zombies or toxic mutants
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote - by Terry Gilliam - CANNES 2018: Terry Gilliam’s eagerly awaited take on the universe of the most famous of Miguel de Cervantes’ novels is shot through with his outrageous hallmarks
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote
by Terry Gilliam
CANNES 2018: Terry Gilliam’s eagerly awaited take on the universe of the most famous of Miguel de Cervantes’ novels is shot through with his outrageous hallmarks
Whitney - by Kevin Macdonald - CANNES 2018: Kevin Macdonald highlights sexual abuse allegations in his documentary on singer Whitney Houston, showing as a Midnight Screening
Whitney
by Kevin Macdonald
CANNES 2018: Kevin Macdonald highlights sexual abuse allegations in his documentary on singer Whitney Houston, showing as a Midnight Screening
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