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139 articles available in total starting from 02/07/2012. Last article published on 29/05/2013.

BIM, Teodora and Officine Ubu make acquisitions

Among films chosen for Italian distribution were Jeune et Jolie by François Ozon, L’inconnu du lac by Alain Guiraudie and A Touch of Sin by Jia Zhangke  

29/05/2013 | Cannes 2013 | Markets/Italy

Spielberg: "I'm glad someone had the courage to tell this story"

Reactions hot off the press from the jury and European winners of the competition at the 66th Cannes Film Festival.  

26/05/2013 | Cannes 2013 | Awards

Cannes 2013: the Palme d’Or goes to Blue is the Warmest Colour

The French film directed by Abdellatif Kechiche wins the supreme award while the Grand Prix goes to the Coen brothers and the Jury Prize rewards a Japanese film  

26/05/2013 | Cannes 2013 | Awards

Jackpot for Abdellatif Kechiche

The Palme d’Or won by Blue Is the Warmest Colour crowns the faultless career of this French director, consisting of five feature films  

26/05/2013 | Cannes 2013 | Awards

Henri: the Belgian-ness of things

Yolande Moreau closes the Directors' Fortnight with a tender film on grieving and reconstruction  

26/05/2013 | Cannes 2013 | Directors' Fortnight

Only Lovers Left Alive: Vintage vampires

Jim Jarmusch successfully revisits the vampire movie genre with Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston as eternal lovers and rock-stars who have seen just about everything  

25/05/2013 | Cannes 2013 | Competition

Masochistic director in search of sadistic actress in Venus in Fur

Masochistic director in search of sadistic actress in Venus in Fur

The great Roman Polanski gives a new demonstration of his talent in this movie behind closed doors starring Mathieu Amalric and Emmanuelle Seigner  

25/05/2013 | Cannes 2013 | Competition

Zulu: forgiveness or justice?

Orlando Bloom and Forest Whitaker lead the investigation in Cape Town with all the stops pulled out. An efficient thriller in English by French director Jérôme Salle  

25/05/2013 | Cannes 2013 | Official Selection

Un Certain Regard consecrates The Missing Picture

Victory for the documentary by Cambodian director Rithy Panh. Honorable mentions for, among others, Stranger by the Lake and Omar  

25/05/2013 | Cannes 2013 | Awards

My Sweet Pepperland : Make laugh, not war

Hiner Saleem takes a look full of humour, hope and music at the shambles and archaisms of a Kurdistan slowly picking up the pieces  

25/05/2013 | Cannes 2013 | Un Certain Regard

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