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Dheepan: The guardian of fire

Dheepan: The guardian of fire

The Treasure: Shut up and dig!

The Treasure: Shut up and dig!

Don't Tell Me the Boy Was Mad: A defence of terrorism

Don't Tell Me the Boy Was Mad: A defence of terrorism

Peace to Us in Our Dreams: A solitary trio

Peace to Us in Our Dreams: A solitary trio

Much Loved: The sorrow of Marrakesh’s pleasure girls

Much Loved: The sorrow of Marrakesh’s pleasure girls

CANNES 2015: Nabil Ayouch paints a portrait of the nocturnal life of a group of prostitutes in Marrakech, which is at once realistic and raw, respectful and dignified  

22/05 | Cannes 2015 | Directors’ Fortnight

Dégradé: Gaza with rollers in

Dégradé: Gaza with rollers in

CANNES 2015: Arab and Tarzan Nasser take an opposing view of the usual representations of Gaza by spending the entire 1h30 of their film in a beauty salon  

22/05 | Cannes 2015 | Critics' Week

Emmanuel Cuénod  • Director, Festival Tous Écrans

Interview: Emmanuel Cuénod • Director, Festival Tous Écrans

Interview

CANNES 2015: Cineuropa talked to Festival Tous Écrans/Geneva International Film Festival director Emmanuel Cuénod at Cannes Film Market's NEXT pavilion  

18/05

The Other Side: A different facet of the USA

The Other Side: A different facet of the USA

CANNES 2015: Following his Texan trilogy, the Italian director returns to Cannes with a new portrait of the most hidden and brutal side to America  

22/05 | Cannes 2015 | Un Certain Regard

A call for producers to go green

A call for producers to go green

CANNES NEXT: In the run-up to the COP 21 in Paris, the film industry discussed measures intended to lower its carbon footprint  

22/05 | Cannes 2015 | Market

The Critics’ Week Grand Prix goes to Paulina

The Critics’ Week Grand Prix goes to Paulina

CANNES 2015: Argentinean director Santiago Mitre’s film, co-produced by France, has been triumphant in the Critics’ Week, while the Revelation Prize has gone to Land and Shade  

21/05 | Cannes 2015 | Critics’ Week/Awards

NonStop, Edge and Arthaus return with Cannes titles

NonStop, Edge and Arthaus return with Cannes titles

CANNES 2015: The two Swedish distributors – as well as the Norwegian one – have been shopping from the festival’s official programmes  

22/05 | Cannes 2015 | Distribution/Sweden/Norway

Jacques Audiard  • Director

Interview: Jacques Audiard • Director

"Now he’s fighting for the ones he loves"

CANNES 2015: Jacques Audiard explains his new film, Dheepan, in competition at Cannes  

21/05

ACID presents (Be)longing, João Pedro Plácido’s first documentary

ACID presents (Be)longing, João Pedro Plácido’s first documentary

CANNES 2015: Filmed in a small village in northern Portugal, the movie follows the day-to-day life of a family that insists on living off a subsistence farming regime  

21/05 | Cannes 2015 | ACID

New initiatives by film festivals for the future of cinema

New initiatives by film festivals for the future of cinema

CANNES NEXT: In its final stretch, NEXT 2015 gathered together four film festival representatives in order to hear the latest about their initiatives for the future of cinema  

21/05 | Cannes 2015 | Market

Dheepan: The guardian of fire

Dheepan: The guardian of fire

CANNES 2015: Jacques Audiard once again shows what he’s made of in competition at Cannes with an immersive film about making a fresh start in a dangerous and unfamiliar place  

21/05 | Cannes 2015 | Competition

Philippe Faucon  • Director

Interview: Philippe Faucon • Director

"Creating real, live characters"

CANNES 2015: We met up with French filmmaker Philippe Faucon to discuss his highly successful Fatima, which was unveiled in the Directors’ Fortnight at Cannes  

21/05

Sharunas Bartas  • Director

Interview: Sharunas Bartas • Director

“Speaking straight from the soul”

CANNES 2015: Sharunas Bartas, the director of Peace to Us in Our Dreams, presented in the Directors' Fortnight, explains his anti-method of working  

21/05

The Treasure: Shut up and dig!

The Treasure: Shut up and dig!

CANNES 2015: The playful and intelligent Corneliu Porumboiu has come up with a new film that delicately combines comedy with an immersion in Romania’s recent history  

21/05 | Cannes 2015 | Un Certain Regard

Don't Tell Me the Boy Was Mad: A defence of terrorism

Don't Tell Me the Boy Was Mad: A defence of terrorism

CANNES 2015: Robert Guédiguian takes the fight for justice to the big screen in his new film, presented as a Special Screening  

21/05 | Cannes 2015 | Special Screenings

Europa Cinemas: Without cinemas, there is no healthy film culture

Europa Cinemas: Without cinemas, there is no healthy film culture

CANNES 2015: The territoriality principle was also an issue at the Europa Cinemas assembly held in Cannes  

21/05 | Cannes 2015 | Exhibitors/Europe

Peace to Us in Our Dreams: A solitary trio

Peace to Us in Our Dreams: A solitary trio

CANNES 2015: Presented in the Directors' Fortnight, the eighth feature film by Lithuanian filmmaker Sharunas Bartas leads us on an intimate, contemplative journey  

19/05 | Cannes 2015 | Directors' Fortnight

Dogwoof closes some impressive deals at the Cannes Film Market

Dogwoof closes some impressive deals at the Cannes Film Market

CANNES 2015: The UK’s leading documentary distributor has been selling Frédéric Tcheng’s Dior and I very successfully at the market  

21/05 | Cannes 2015 | Market/UK

Paris Coproduction Village announces its selection

Paris Coproduction Village announces its selection

The new networking and financing platform will take place from 10 to 12 June in Paris  

21/05 | Industry | France

After 30 years, Peter-No-Tail will return to the screen

After 30 years, Peter-No-Tail will return to the screen

CANNES 2015: A new film about Gösta Knutsson’s animated character is on Tre Vänner Produktion’s line-up announced at Cannes  

21/05 | Cannes 2015 | Production/Sweden

Icíar Bollaín is scouring Europe for an olive tree in El olivo

Icíar Bollaín is scouring Europe for an olive tree in El olivo

The filmmaker has kicked off the shoot for this Spanish-German co-production about losing one’s roots, starring award winner Javier Gutiérrez  

20/05 | Production | Spain

Youth: you might as well resign yourself to your future

Youth: you might as well resign yourself to your future

CANNES 2015: Superb performances from Michael Caine and Harvey Keital in the film by the Oscar-winning director characterised by magnificent Fellinian framing  

20/05 | Cannes 2015 | Competition

Digital distribution of films: Real business cases

Digital distribution of films: Real business cases

CANNES NEXT: IPEDA introduces its two Creative Europe-backed initiatives, TIDE 3 and Walk This Way  

20/05 | Cannes 2015 | Market

Les Deux Amis: In the beginning was cinema

Les Deux Amis: In the beginning was cinema

CANNES 2015: With passion, tenderness and utter integrity, Louis Garrel tries his hand at directing, whisking us away on a joyful – and very touching – adventure  

20/05 | Cannes 2015 | Critics’ Week

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