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15 articles available in total starting from 12/04/2012. Last article published on 26/05/2012.

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Después de Lucia: a cruel world

Después de Lucia: a cruel world

Michel Franco's hard-hitting tale of teen harassment has beaten all other contenders at Cannes' Un Certain Regard.  

26/05/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Un Certain Regard

Después de Lucía wins at Un Certain Regard

Después de Lucía wins at Un Certain Regard

Mexican director Michel Franco has won the top prize at Un Certain Regard. Honourable mentions for Le Grand Soir, Emilie Dequenne, Suzanne Clément, and Children of Sarajevo 

26/05/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Un Certain Regard

Renoir: father, son, and muse

Renoir: father, son, and muse

Art and love in 1915, when a young woman meets painter Auguste Renoir towards the end of his life, and his son, future great filmmaker Jean  

25/05/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Un Certain Regard

7 Days in Havana: another week would have been nice

7 Days in Havana: another week would have been nice

Seven directors with seven different points of view each spend a day in the Cuban capital to take us on an initiatory journey that gives off a great air of unison.  

25/05/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Un Certain Regard

Three Worlds is a very heavy secret

Three Worlds is a very heavy secret

A hard-hitting film noir by Catherine Corsini about guilt and a spiral of lies against a backdrop of a corrupt society.  

24/05/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Un Certain Regard

Our Children: The horrors of motherhood

Our Children: The horrors of motherhood

The fifth feature-length film of Belgian director Joachim Lafosse, Our Children, continues the director’s exploration of limits and fractured families.  

24/05/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Un Certain Regard

Le grand soir or the misadventures of NOT and DEAD

Le grand soir or the misadventures of NOT and DEAD

Benoît Delépine and Gustave Kervern have made a mastered, wickedly black humoured film, starring two wild actors during the economic crisis.  

22/05/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Un Certain Regard

Children of Sarajevo: today's adults

Children of Sarajevo: today's adults

Bosnian director Aida Begic returns to the Croisette with a second feature film about a generation busy reconstructing their lives after the Siege of Sarajevo.  

22/05/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Un Certain Regard

White Elephant : where is God in the shanty towns?

White Elephant : where is God in the shanty towns?

Two activist priests grappling with poverty, gangs, the police, money and spiritual doubts. An effective social-realist thriller.  

22/05/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Un Certain Regard

God's Horses: Paradise is not here

God's Horses: Paradise is not here

Nabil Ayouch's latest film is an impressive depiction of a Casablanca slum as a breeding ground for terrorism  

20/05/2012 | Cannes 2012 | Un Certain Regard

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