Film Reviews

942 film reviews available in total starting from 01/03/2005. Last updated on 24/05/2018. 181 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Diamantino by Gabriel Abrantes, Daniel Schmidt

11/05/2018

CANNES 2018: After several short films, Gabriel Abrantes and Daniel Schmidt employ their fertile imaginations to create a nutty homage to innocence in an otherwise crazy world  

Diamantino

Diamantino

Cold War by Pawel Pawlikowski

11/05/2018

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  

Zimna wojna

Zimna wojna

Sorry Angel by Christophe Honoré

11/05/2018

CANNES 2018: Christophe Honoré indulges in a film of great richness and scope, intermingling drama and distance, romantic love and physical passion  

Plaire, aimer et courir vite

Plaire, aimer et courir vite

Summer by Kirill Serebrennikov

11/05/2018

CANNES 2018: You'd be right in thinking this was a biopic, but Kirill Serebrennikov's new film – in the running for the Palme d'Or – is above all a ray of light and colour, peeking through the grey  

Leto

Leto

Border by Ali Abbasi

10/05/2018

CANNES 2018: Danish director Ali Abbasi plays with realism and fantasy in a fascinating film with a somewhat grotesque ending  

Gräns

Gräns

Sextape by Antoine Desrosières

10/05/2018

CANNES 2018: Antoine Desrosières’ radical comedy focuses on the youth of working-class neighbourhoods and the sexual violence of men against women  

À genoux les gars

À genoux les gars

To the Ends of the World by Guillaume Nicloux

10/05/2018

CANNES 2018: Guillaume Nicloux dives headlong into the Indochinese jungle of 1945 with a hypnotic war film, exploring the internal struggle between life and death  

Les Confins du Monde

Les Confins du Monde

Sauvage by Camille Vidal-Naquet

10/05/2018

CANNES 2018: Camille Vidal-Naquet immerses us in a world of male prostitution where brutality, freedom of choice and the search for love endlessly collide. This is a film which takes no prisoners  

Sauvage

Sauvage

Samouni Road by Stefano Savona

10/05/2018

CANNES 2018: Stefano Savona's latest documentary – filmed in the Gaza Strip – is a unique and innovative film that makes use of Simone Massi's lyrical and dramatic animation  

La strada dei Samouni

La strada dei Samouni

Petra by Jaime Rosales

10/05/2018

CANNES 2018: Jaime Rosales crafts a sophisticated tragedy with classical undertones, which looms ominously over a rich family of artists tainted by lies, abuse, secrets and cruelty  

Petra

Petra