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The Killing of a Sacred Deer: Black magic

The Killing of a Sacred Deer: Black magic

Interview: Kornél Mundruczó • Director

Interview: Kornél Mundruczó • Director

Interview: György Kristóf  • Director

Interview: György Kristóf • Director

A Violent Life: The rule of blood

A Violent Life: The rule of blood

Montparnasse Bienvenüe: Paula’s misadventures in Paris

Montparnasse Bienvenüe: Paula’s misadventures in Paris

CANNES 2017: Léonor Serraille unveils a promising feature-length debut with this lively tragicomedy, starring a fabulous Laetitia Dosch  

23/05 | Cannes 2017 | Un Certain Regard

Léonor Serraille  • Director

Interview: Léonor Serraille • Director

"An open door to a great narrative freedom"

CANNES 2017: We sat down with French director Léonor Serraille, who has just unveiled her feature debut, Montparnasse Bienvenüe, in Cannes’ Un Certain Regard  

23/05

Paris Coproduction Village unveils its selection

Paris Coproduction Village unveils its selection

For its fourth edition, which will take place from 20 to 22 June in Paris, 12 projects have been selected  

23/05 | Industry | France

Pure Hearts: Two parallel worlds collide

Pure Hearts: Two parallel worlds collide

CANNES 2017: With his first piece, young director Roberto De Paolisobserves young people from small working-class suburbs, with the same poetry as Claudio Giovannesi’s films  

23/05 | Cannes 2017 | Directors’ Fortnight

Jeannette, the childhood of Joan of Arc: A daughter of France tries her luck on the X Factor

Jeannette, the childhood of Joan of Arc: A daughter of France tries her luck on the X Factor

CANNES 2017: Bruno Dumont raises a laugh while assaulting our eardrums in this pastoral musical comedy based on a play by Charles Péguy  

23/05 | Cannes 2017 | Directors’ Fortnight

Yorgos Lanthimos  • Director

Interview: Yorgos Lanthimos • Director

"We don’t ever really know the meaning of what we’re watching"

CANNES 2017: Yorgos Lanthimos gives the international press a few pointers to help analyse The Killing of a Sacred Deer, which was revealed in competition at Cannes  

23/05

A dilemma in the face of The Intruder

A dilemma in the face of The Intruder

CANNES 2017: Cohesion, rigour and balance are the three pillars of Leonardo Di Costanzo’s second film, offering further proof of skills honed during his career as a documentary filmmaker  

23/05 | Cannes 2017 | Directors’ Fortnight

Robin Campillo • Director

Interview: Robin Campillo • Director

"A community that grew up around the idea of surpassing your limits"

CANNES 2017: Robin Campillo talks about the origins of BPM (Beats Per Minute), which was very well-received in competition at the 70th Cannes Film Festival  

23/05

The Finnish Film Foundation supports four national features in a €3.1 million package

The Finnish Film Foundation supports four national features in a €3.1 million package

Klaus Härö’s Dark Christ and Markku Pölönen’s Homeland are among the new productions that have secured state support  

23/05 | Funding | Finland

Michael Haneke • Director

Q&A: Michael Haneke • Director

"The subject matter is the way we live, the autism that afflicts us"

CANNES 2017: Austrian filmmaker Michael Haneke gives us some clarifications as to Happy End, being shown in competition at the 70th Cannes Film Festival  

23/05

The Killing of a Sacred Deer: Black magic

The Killing of a Sacred Deer: Black magic

CANNES 2017: Yorgos Lanthimos puts Colin Farrell and Nicole Kidman in a perilous situation in a film that is visually very accomplished but severely lacking conceptually  

22/05 | Cannes 2017 | Competition

Randal Kleiser, Mario Kenyon • Director, producer, Defrost, the Virtual Series

Interview: Randal Kleiser, Mario Kenyon • Director, producer, Defrost, the Virtual Series

Interview

CANNES NEXT: We have interviewed Randal Kleiser and Mario Kenyon, director and producer of Defrost, the Virtual Series  

19/05

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

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

On Cineuropa Shorts: Register before 26 May to win a free festival pass to watch 9 short films and one feature film (French documentary Makala) until 2 June  

23/05 | Cineuropa Shorts

Propellor Film Tech Hub evolves the film industry’s business models at NEXT

Propellor Film Tech Hub evolves the film industry’s business models at NEXT

CANNES NEXT: At the “Propelling the Film Industry into the Future” conference, supported by Creative Europe, the groundbreaking initiative was presented along with the findings of its pilot phase  

23/05 | Cannes 2017 | Market

Kornél Mundruczó • Director

Interview: Kornél Mundruczó • Director

“The chaos, the tension and the pressure”

CANNES 2017: Hungarian filmmaker Kornél Mundruczó reveals the secrets of Jupiter’s Moon, competing at Cannes  

22/05

György Kristóf  • Director

Interview: György Kristóf • Director

“It’s the story of a fight against an unfulfilled life”

CANNES 2017: Cineuropa got the chance to talk to emerging Slovak director György Kristóf about the origin of and process behind his feature debut, Out, screening in Un Certain Regard  

22/05

A Violent Life: The rule of blood

A Violent Life: The rule of blood

CANNES 2017: Thierry de Peretti straddles the dangerous and opaque border between Corsican nationalism and crime with a realist, crepuscular film  

22/05 | Cannes 2017 | Critics' Week

Out: Caught in the net of an immeasurable world

Out: Caught in the net of an immeasurable world

CANNES 2017: Slovak filmmaker György Kristóf unveils his first feature-length release; a film of substantial formal quality that straddles the gap between social realism and absurdist parable  

22/05 | Cannes 2017 | Un Certain Regard

Ali Soozandeh • Director

Interview: Ali Soozandeh • Director

Interview

CANNES 2017: We have interviewed Iranian filmmaker Ali Soozandeh, who is competing with his first feature Tehran Taboo in the Critics' Week  

21/05

Sergio Castellitto  • Director

Interview: Sergio Castellitto • Director

"Lucky, a Greek tragedy in the working-class suburbs"

CANNES 2017: Sergio Castellitto talks to us about Lucky, screened in Un Certain Regard, and explains how he moulded this role of a woman from the suburbs onto Jasmine Trinca  

22/05

Hubert Charuel  • Director

Interview: Hubert Charuel • Director

"It has the feel of a thriller"

CANNES 2017: We met up with French filmmaker Hubert Charuel, who unveiled his feature debut, Bloody Milk, as a special screening in the Critics’ Week  

22/05

Kaouther Ben Hania • Director

Interview: Kaouther Ben Hania • Director

“I love characters who are left with no choices”

CANNES 2017: Tunisian director Kaouther Ben Hania talks about Beauty and the Dogs, revealed in the Un Certain Regard section at Cannes  

22/05

IFFR's Hubert Bals Fund announces spring 2017 selection

IFFR's Hubert Bals Fund announces spring 2017 selection

International Film Festival Rotterdam's fund selects 11 projects from both debut talents and established filmmakers, all receiving €10,000  

22/05 | Industry | The Netherlands

Alive in France: Abel Ferrara on tour… de France

Alive in France: Abel Ferrara on tour… de France

CANNES 2017: The "King of New York" plays music from his Bad Lieutenant and other films in Paris and Toulouse, in an intoxicating slice of musical autobiography  

22/05 | Cannes 2017 | Directors’ Fortnight

Happy End: A step back for Michael Haneke

Happy End: A step back for Michael Haneke

CANNES 2017: After winning two Palmes d’Or, the Austrian filmmaker is back, in a somewhat icy setting, to working with the more familiar themes of his films before The White Ribbon  

22/05 | Cannes 2017 | Competition

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