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210 articles available in total starting from 29/05/2003. Last article published on 05/08/2022.

Toronto unveils its Discovery, Midnight Madness and Wavelengths sections

Toronto unveils its Discovery, Midnight Madness and Wavelengths sections

The festival has announced 54 new titles across three of its prime sections, of which 16 are fully or part European productions  

05/08 | Toronto 2022

Toronto’s competitive Platform section announces its titles

Toronto’s competitive Platform section announces its titles

10 world premieres, half of which are either full or part-European productions, will compete for the Platform Prize at next month’s festival  

04/08 | Toronto 2022 | Platform

Toronto unveils a colourful first wave of selections

Toronto unveils a colourful first wave of selections

39 world premieres, and various prime cuts from Cannes, Venice and Telluride have been announced for the September gathering  

01/08 | Toronto 2022

RKSS are fine-tuning We Are Zombies

RKSS are fine-tuning We Are Zombies

Currently in post-production, the new film by the RKSS trio was initiated by the French firm Full House and is produced alongside Christal Films with sales entrusted to Kinology  

26/07 | Production | Funding | France/Canada

The upcoming Fantasia International Film Festival treats its audience to myriad world premieres

The upcoming Fantasia International Film Festival treats its audience to myriad world premieres

European flicks The Elderly, Megalomaniac and Orchestrator of Storms will celebrate their world premieres at the Canadian genre festival  

13/07 | Fantasia 2022

Episode 29: Motherhood (France/Canada/Tunisia)

Episode 29: Motherhood (France/Canada/Tunisia)

The producers of Meryam Joober's film are invited to speak about their collaboration and the financing of their film, which has received Eurimages support  

20/06 | The Co-production Podcast

Review: Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman

Review: Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman

Pierre Földes succeeds in a captivating adaptation of Haruki Murakami's short stories, finding the ideal balance between narrative subtlety and openness to all audiences  

17/06 | Films | Reviews | Annecy 2022

Ali Cherri  • Director of The Dam

Interview: Ali Cherri • Director of The Dam

"The first thing that every system does is to occupy our imaginary"

CANNES 2022: The Lebanese-born, Paris-based filmmaker and artist discusses his film, which depicts how man's action and opression causes nature to respond  

03/06 | Cannes 2022 | Directors' Fortnight

Review: The Dam

Review: The Dam

CANNES 2022: Ali Cherri has crafted a bold, esoteric and aesthetically pleasing work set in a remote area of northern Sudan at the time of the 2019 military coup in the country  

27/05 | Cannes 2022 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: Crimes of the Future

Review: Crimes of the Future

CANNES 2022: David Cronenberg’s return to cinema is a haunting look at a future where humans have reached a new evolutionary stage  

24/05 | Cannes 2022 | Competition

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