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Cannes 2012 / Directors' Fortnight

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10 articles available in total starting from 24/04/2012. Last article published on 26/05/2012.

Camille Rewinds into the brilliant 1980s

Camille Rewinds into the brilliant 1980s

The Directors’ Fortnight closed with Camille Rewinds, a tender and very funny film that catapults its delighted audience into the fluorescent, old school, basically brilliant, world of the 1980s.  

26/05/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Directors’ Fortnight

Ernest and Célestine invent a better world

Ernest and Célestine invent a better world

The animation film inspired on the popular children's works and written by Daniel Pennac is a delightful feature which has everything for children as well as bringing pleasure to adults  

24/05/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Directors' Fortnight

Dream and Silence : "Open your mind and look"

Dream and Silence : "Open your mind and look"

On a patient quest for the essence of reality, Spain's Jaime Rosales is the author of a delicate and demanding film on the wounds of mourning.  

23/05/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Directors' Fortnight

Hold Back: It’s always the same, brother!

Hold Back: It’s always the same, brother!

Talented newcomer Rachid Djaïdani delights his audience at the Directors’ Fortnight with an urban, hybrid, and well-paced film that is hilarious but also a little tragic.  

22/05/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Directors’ Fortnight

Clandestine Childhood: an idealised, family version of resistance

Clandestine Childhood: an idealised, family version of resistance

Benjamín Ávila has made a personal film about the dictatorship years in Argentina.  

21/05/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Directors' Fortnight

Granny's Funeral: on hesitating and lessons from the grave

Granny's Funeral: on hesitating and lessons from the grave

Bruno Podalydès has made a farcical, inventive film featuring his brilliant brother Denis in a role reminiscent of Jacques Tati.  

20/05/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Directors' Fortnight

The Repentant : the dangerous burdens of the past

The Repentant : the dangerous burdens of the past

Merzak Allouache returns with a thriller set at the heart of Algeria's recent murderous past  

20/05/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Directors' Fortnight

Alyah: next year in Israel

Alyah: next year in Israel

FEMIS graduate Elie Wajeman has made a bittersweet first feature about a Parisian drug dealer's Jewish reinvention  

19/05/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Directors' Fortnight

France out in force in the programme

France out in force in the programme

Veteran filmmakers Bruno Podalydès and Noémie Lvovsky will screen their films at the Directors’ Fortnight alongside newcomers Elie Wajeman and Rachid Djaidani  

26/04/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Directors’ Fortnight

Fourteen out of 21 features from Europe

Fourteen out of 21 features from Europe

This year’s Directors’ Fortnight is set to delight audiences with Gondry, Ruiz, Podalydès, Lvovsky, Rosales, Wheatley, and Ernest & Célestine 

24/04/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Directors’ Fortnight

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