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108 articles available in total starting from 15/06/2021. Last article published on 20/05/2022.

Review: The Night of the 12th

Review: The Night of the 12th

CANNES 2022: Dominik Moll crafts a French-style Zodiac: an ensemble police investigation both highly effective and brilliantly acted, where reveal a frayed society  

20/05 | Cannes 2022 | Cannes Première

Review: One Fine Morning

Review: One Fine Morning

CANNES 2022: An expert in observing and distilling the micro-emotions which form the fabric of our lives, Mia Hansen-Løve paints a wonderful portrait of a woman facing a crossroads in her life  

20/05 | Cannes 2022 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: Enys Men

Review: Enys Men

CANNES 2022: Following his acclaimed breakthrough feature, Bait, Cornish filmmaker Mark Jenkin makes a natural step into eerie folk horror  

20/05 | Cannes 2022 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: Plan 75

Review: Plan 75

CANNES 2022: Produced by Japan, France and the Philippines, Chie Hayakawa's first feature film deals with the delicate subject of euthanasia in a subtle and slightly futuristic way  

20/05 | Cannes 2022 | Un Certain Regard

At Cannes, experts assess the potential of Europe as a global leader in virtual production

At Cannes, experts assess the potential of Europe as a global leader in virtual production

CANNES 2022: The benefits of virtual production and other new, state-of-the art tech will make filmmakers’ lives easier, but they are also set to change a significant part of the production workflow  

20/05 | Cannes 2022 | Marché du Film

Review: Sons of Ramses

Review: Sons of Ramses

CANNES 2022: Karim Leklou shines as a real-false psychic caught in a downward spiral in an excellent social, nocturnal and urban thriller, brilliantly directed by Clément Cogitore  

20/05 | Cannes 2022 | Critics’ Week

RAI Cinema reveals Pietro Marcello’s upcoming project L’ultimo fronte

RAI Cinema reveals Pietro Marcello’s upcoming project L’ultimo fronte

The next documentary by the Italian director will reconstruct the Battle of Stalingrad based on soldiers’ letters  

20/05 | Production | Funding | Italy

Review: Alma Viva

Review: Alma Viva

CANNES 2022: Debuting Portuguese filmmaker Cristèle Alves Meira finds magical realism in a Portuguese mountain village  

20/05 | Cannes 2022 | Critics’ Week

Review: El agua

Review: El agua

CANNES 2022: Elena López Riera makes her feature directorial debut with a fluid film, that organically flows between non-fiction as well as legend, mystery and doom  

20/05 | Cannes 2022 | Directors' Fortnight

Review: Love According to Dalva

Review: Love According to Dalva

CANNES 2022: In her sober and moving first feature film, Emmanuelle Nicot paints the portrait of a child survivor who grew up dramatically too quickly  

20/05 | Cannes 2022 | Critics’ Week

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