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Cannes 2020


140 articles available in total starting from 20/12/2019. Last article published on 27/10/2020.

Short films to get a glitzy showcase at Cannes 2020 Special

Short films to get a glitzy showcase at Cannes 2020 Special

As the Cannes 2020 Special gets under way, we take a look at some of the shorts vying for the Short Film Palme d’Or  

27/10 | Cannes 2020 | Shorts

Aleem Khan • Director of After Love

Interview: Aleem Khan • Director of After Love

"I grew up in a mixed-race family and didn't really know where I fitted into society"

Cineuropa met up with Aleem Khan to talk about his debut feature, After Love, awarded the Cannes label earlier this year  

27/10 | Rome 2020

Review: After Love

Review: After Love

Aleem Khan's excellent debut offers a new perspective on the British Muslim culture clash story  

26/10 | Rome 2020

Review: February

Review: February

Bulgaria's Kamen Kalev plunges into timelessness and explores the union between man and the earth through a fascinating and austere environmental film, recipient of the Cannes 2020 label  

23/10 | Films | Reviews | Bulgaria/France

Festival Scope presents the 2020 Critics' Week short films online

Festival Scope presents the 2020 Critics' Week short films online

10 short films with the 2020 Critics' Week label are accessible online for free, from today until 25 October, on the platform  

22/10 | Cannes 2020 | Critics' Week

Review: The Speech

Review: The Speech

Laurent Tirard signs his name to an ironic and intelligent arthouse comedy which appeals to the wider public and advances at pace with its protagonist’s stream of consciousness  

22/10 | Rome 2020

Review: Ammonite

Review: Ammonite

Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan play Victorians finding love on rocky Dorset beaches, in Francis Lee’s fine follow-up to God’s Own Country  

19/10 | London 2020

Review: Mangrove

Review: Mangrove

Steve McQueen’s new effort is a stunning depiction of police brutality in Britain, highlighting the problem of institutionalised racism  

08/10 | London 2020

Review: The Truffle Hunters

Review: The Truffle Hunters

In their glorious documentary, Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw advise us to leave the gun, take the fungus  

05/10 | Zurich 2020

Review: Far From You I Grew

Review: Far From You I Grew

Marie Dumora continues her exploration of a fascinating film terrain with her 5th documentary in almost 20 years, focused on one same family, which has been awarded Cannes’ ACID selection label  

02/10 | Films | Reviews | France/Switzerland

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