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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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