Makala (2017)
The Square (2017)
BPM (Beats Per Minute) (2017)
You Were Never Really Here (2017)
In the Fade (2017)
The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017)
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The Square: An all-round satire, altogether mind-blowing

The Square: An all-round satire, altogether mind-blowing

BPM (Beats Per Minute): The invisible war

BPM (Beats Per Minute): The invisible war

You Were Never Really Here: The shattered mirrors of angels

You Were Never Really Here: The shattered mirrors of angels

The Killing of a Sacred Deer: Black magic

The Killing of a Sacred Deer: Black magic

The Palme d'Or goes to The Square

The Palme d'Or goes to The Square

CANNES 2017: Sweden’s Ruben Östlund has won the top prize on the Côte d’Azur; Robin Campillo, Diane Kruger, Lynne Ramsay and Yorgos Lanthimos also among the winners  

28/05 | Cannes 2017 | Awards

REPORT: Thessaloniki Goes to Cannes 2017

REPORT: Thessaloniki Goes to Cannes 2017

During the Thessaloniki Goes to Cannes initiative organised by Thessaloniki’s Agora, in partnership with the GFC, five work-in-progress features were presented  

28/05

I Am Not a Witch: The ordeal of a young African girl set against the tone of satire

I Am Not a Witch: The ordeal of a young African girl set against the tone of satire

CANNES 2017: Rungano Nyoni bewitches the Croisette with her debut feature film, a tragic tale which is portrayed magnificently in which the absurd easily moves us to tears  

28/05 | Cannes 2017 | Directors’ Fortnight

The GFC and CNC sign a new convention for French-Greek co-productions

The GFC and CNC sign a new convention for French-Greek co-productions

CANNES 2017: The Greek Film Centre and the Centre National du Cinéma have renewed a three-year convention that aims to support Greek-French film co-productions, during the 70th Cannes Film Festival  

28/05 | Cannes 2017 | Industry

Djam: Freedom as a woman

Djam: Freedom as a woman

CANNES 2017: Tony Gatlif takes us to the country of rebetiko and a young Greek woman who we follow on a well-defined getaway of irresistible songs and visceral dancing  

27/05 | Cannes 2017 | Cinéma de la plage

Pedro Pinho • Director

Interview: Pedro Pinho • Director

Interview

CANNES 2017: We met up with Portuguese filmmaker Pedro Pinho to discuss his latest film The Nothing Factory, presented in the Directors' Fortnight  

26/05

Rolling out abroad: the main concern of film schools

Rolling out abroad: the main concern of film schools

CANNES 2017: During another discussion organised by the CNC, representatives of some of the top film schools argued how their students can prepare for the internationalisation of the film industry  

28/05 | Cannes 2017 | Industry

Un Certain Regard crowns A Man of Integrity

Un Certain Regard crowns A Man of Integrity

CANNES 2017: Victory has been claimed by the film by Iranian director Mohammad Rasoulof; honourable mentions for Italian actress Jasmine Trinca and for Mathieu Amalric’s Barbara  

27/05 | Cannes 2017 | Un Certain Regard/Awards

Lynne Ramsay • Director

Q&A: Lynne Ramsay • Director

“I wanted to approach the kind of story you find in genre cinema in a different way”

CANNES 2017: Scottish director Lynne Ramsay describes her film You Were Never Really Here, which has been warmly received by audiences at Cannes  

27/05

Directions: A country in need of a new, functioning heart

Directions: A country in need of a new, functioning heart

CANNES 2017: Stephan Komandarev’s third feature explores some difficult issues in modern-day Bulgaria  

27/05 | Cannes 2017 | Un Certain Regard

Cannes’ FIPRESCI Prize goes to BPM (Beats Per Minute)

Cannes’ FIPRESCI Prize goes to BPM (Beats Per Minute)

CANNES 2017: The international critics have crowned Robin Campillo’s film; Closeness and The Nothing Factory also awarded  

27/05 | Cannes 2017 | Awards

The Golden Eye goes to Faces, Places at Cannes

The Golden Eye goes to Faces, Places at Cannes

CANNES 2017: The film by Agnès Varda and JR has won the award for the best documentary screened across the various Cannes selections this year  

27/05 | Cannes 2017 | Awards

DR begins filming new series Liberty

DR begins filming new series Liberty

The Danish pubcaster has started principal photography on an adaptation of Jakob Ejersbo’s novel, which will become a major drama series in 2018  

27/05 | Television | Denmark

You Were Never Really Here: The shattered mirrors of angels

You Were Never Really Here: The shattered mirrors of angels

CANNES 2017: Scottish director Lynne Ramsay brings us a chilling take on New York City with this searingly brutal and superbly staged thriller, starring a tremendous Joaquin Phoenix  

27/05 | Cannes 2017 | Competition

Sharunas Bartas • Director

Interview: Sharunas Bartas • Director

Interview

CANNES 2017: We met up with Lithuanian auteur Sharunas Bartas to discuss his latest film Frost, presented in the Directors' Fortnight  

24/05

Yilmaz Arslan’s The Tales of a Thousand and One Lives currently filming in Luxembourg

Yilmaz Arslan’s The Tales of a Thousand and One Lives currently filming in Luxembourg

The Turkish-German director is shooting his new movie in the southern part of Luxembourg for local company Tarantula, in co-production with MaxMa and Tarantula Belgium  

27/05 | Production | Luxembourg

New heads appointed at Portugal’s ICA

New heads appointed at Portugal’s ICA

Luís Chaby Vaz and Fátima Mineiro are the new president and vice-president of the Portuguese Film and Audiovisual Institute  

27/05 | Institutions | Portugal

The award winners of the Cinéfondation unveiled

The award winners of the Cinéfondation unveiled

CANNES 2017: The jury of the Cinéfondation, chaired by Cristian Mungiu, has handed prizes to three movies from film schools  

27/05 | Cannes 2017 | Awards

VoD cannot replace DVD, according to industry professionals at Cannes

VoD cannot replace DVD, according to industry professionals at Cannes

CANNES 2017: The impact of VoD was the key issue discussed at the European Audiovisual Observatory conference organised on the Croisette  

27/05 | Cannes 2017 | Distribution

The Directors’ Fortnight Europa Cinemas Label goes to A Ciambra

The Directors’ Fortnight Europa Cinemas Label goes to A Ciambra

CANNES 2017: The second feature by Jonas Carpignano has been crowned as the best European film in the Directors’ Fortnight; Claire Denis and Philippe Garrel also awarded  

26/05 | Cannes 2017 | Directors’ Fortnight/Awards

The Double Lover: The devil in the belly

The Double Lover: The devil in the belly

CANNES 2017: François Ozon once again tries his hand at a new genre with the formal virtuosity of an architect, underpinned by unsettling visceral urges  

26/05 | Cannes 2017 | Competition

Frost: A journey to the end of the war

Frost: A journey to the end of the war

CANNES 2017: Sharunas Bartas returns to Directors’ Fortnight with a dialogue-heavy odyssey through Eastern Europe, into the heart of the interminable war between Russia and the Ukraine  

26/05 | Cannes 2017 | Directors’ Fortnight

Emmanuel Gras • Director

Interview: Emmanuel Gras • Director

"The enormous effort these people make to live "

CANNES 2017: We chatted to French filmmaker Emmanuel Gras, who unveiled his documentary Makala, Grand Prize in the Cannes Critics’ Week  

25/05

The Nothing Factory: A melding of class struggle and musical comedy

The Nothing Factory: A melding of class struggle and musical comedy

CANNES 2017: In a procession of chronological tableaux, Pedro Pinho depicts the vagaries of a battle doomed to failure, waged by the employees of a lift factory  

26/05 | Cannes 2017 | Directors’ Fortnight

Sarajevo Film Festival to pay tribute to Joshua Oppenheimer

Sarajevo Film Festival to pay tribute to Joshua Oppenheimer

The US director’s films will be screened within the Dealing With the Past programme, and he will also hold a master class  

26/05 | Sarajevo 2017

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