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Cannes 2018 / Directors' Fortnight

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The Europa Cinemas Label in the Directors’ Fortnight goes to Lucia’s Grace

The Europa Cinemas Label in the Directors’ Fortnight goes to Lucia’s Grace

CANNES 2018: The comedy by Gianni Zanasi has been crowned as the best European film in the Directors’ Fortnight; Gaspar Noé and Pierre Salvadori also awarded  

18/05 | Cannes 2018 | Directors’ Fortnight/Awards

Review: Lucia’s Grace

Review: Lucia’s Grace

CANNES 2018: Gianni Zanasi's ecologically minded comedy sees Alba Rohrwacher cast as a surveyor who is visited by the Madonna and tries to stop a real-estate investment  

18/05 | Cannes 2018 | Directors' Fortnight

Review: Carmen & Lola

Review: Carmen & Lola

CANNES 2018: Arantxa Echevarría’s film oozes originality and authenticity, and strives to ensure that last remaining right: passionate love between Gypsy women  

17/05 | Cannes 2018 | Directors’ Fortnight

Arantxa Echevarría  • Director

Interview: Arantxa Echevarría • Director

“My lead actresses were very brave”

CANNES 2018: Arantxa Echevarría enters the world of film in grand style as she presents her feature-length fiction debut, Carmen & Lola, in the Directors’ Fortnight  

16/05 | Cannes 2018 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: The Trouble With You

Review: The Trouble With You

CANNES 2018: Pierre Salvadori's film – in addition to being packed full of frenzied action scenes and a very intelligent plot – made its audience cry with laughter  

16/05 | Cannes 2018 | Directors' Fortnight

Review: Amin

Review: Amin

CANNES 2018: Ever-faithful to his values of simplicity and truth, Philippe Faucon puts his name to a clear-cut film exploring the life of a Senegalese man living in France without his family  

16/05 | Cannes 2018 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: Dear Son

Review: Dear Son

CANNES 2018: Mohamed Ben Attia continues to fine-tune the style he used in his debut film in the story of a Tunisian father whose distant and uncommunicative son suddenly vanishes  

15/05 | Cannes 2018 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: Climax

Review: Climax

CANNES 2018: Gaspar Noé, at the peak of his skills in nightmarish immersion, offers us a film in which a dance troupe is taken hostage by a very bad trip  

15/05 | Cannes 2018 | Directors' Fortnight

Review: The World Is Yours

Review: The World Is Yours

CANNES 2018: Romain Gavras directs a hilarious film with a well-developed plot that leads to a gang of petty drug dealers pretending to be gangsters on the Costa Brava  

13/05 | Cannes 2018 | Directors' Fortnight

Review: The Load

Review: The Load

CANNES 2018: Ognjen Glavonić's first fiction feature is a stark look at a war crime from the Kosovo War and its implications, with Leon Lučev giving an amazing performance in the main role  

13/05 | Cannes 2018 | Directors’ Fortnight

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