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Cannes 2018 / Critics’ Week

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Cineuropa and Festival Scope offer passes to see the Cannes Critics' Week short films

Cineuropa and Festival Scope offer passes to see the Cannes Critics' Week short films

Register before 18 May to win a free festival pass to watch the short films until 27 May  

17/05 | Cannes 2018 | Critics' Week

Diamantino comes out on top in the Cannes Critics’ Week

Diamantino comes out on top in the Cannes Critics’ Week

CANNES 2018: The film by Gabriel Abrantes and Daniel Schmidt has emerged triumphant in the Critics’ Week, while the Rising Star Award has gone to French actor Félix Maritaud for his turn in Sauvage  

16/05 | Cannes 2018 | Critics’ Week

Review: Fugue

Review: Fugue

CANNES 2018: Agnieszka Smoczyńska’s sophomore feature, which has been presented in the Cannes Critics’ Week, portrays the thrilling journey of a woman who literally doesn’t know who she is  

16/05 | Cannes 2018 | Critics’ Week

Review: Sir

Review: Sir

CANNES 2018: A refreshing film on impossible love between castes, and the first full-length fictional narrative from Indian director Rohena Gera, co-produced with France  

14/05 | Cannes 2018 | Critics’ Week

Guillaume Senez • Director

Interview: Guillaume Senez • Director

"What happens if the balance is thrown out of kilter?"

CANNES 2018: We met up with Guillaume Senez, whose second feature, Our Struggles, toplined by Romain Duris, has been presented in this year’s Critics’ Week  

13/05 | Cannes 2018 | Critics’ Week

Review: Our Struggles

Review: Our Struggles

CANNES 2018: Guillaume Senez's film focuses on the difficulty of juggling one’s personal and professional life, when a father finds himself having to care for his two young children alone  

13/05 | Cannes 2018 | Critics' Week

Review: Chris the Swiss

Review: Chris the Swiss

CANNES 2018: Anja Kofmel sensitively and clearly tells the story of her cousin, who died in mysterious circumstances during the Croatian War of Independence  

13/05 | Cannes 2018 | Critics' Week

Review: Woman at War

Review: Woman at War

CANNES 2018: Icelandic director Benedikt Erlingsson proves his potential yet again with a joyful, inventive, energetic, environmental and feminist second feature film  

12/05 | Cannes 2018 | Critics' Week

Review: Shéhérazade

Review: Shéhérazade

CANNES 2018: An ultra-realist portrait of juvenile delinquency in Marseille, and a surprising and engaging love story to boot, courtesy of Jean-Bernard Marlin  

12/05 | Cannes 2018 | Critics’ Week

Review: Diamantino

Review: Diamantino

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  

11/05 | Cannes 2018 | Critics' Week

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