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Cannes 2013 / Directors’ Fortnight

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Henri: the Belgian-ness of things

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

A Strange Course in Cannes

A Strange Course in Cannes

An Israeli son tries to reconnect with his father in Raphaël Nadjari's A Strange Course of Events  

23/05/2013 | Cannes 2013 | Directors’ Fortnight

After the Night, a walk in the shadows

After the Night, a walk in the shadows

A nocturnal journey where one things leads to another for a dealer from the slums of Lisbon who is trying to pay off a debt  

23/05/2013 | Cannes 2013 | Directors’ Fortnight

The Rendez-vous of Déjà-Vu: 'Let yourself be tempted by revolution'

The Rendez-vous of Déjà-Vu: 'Let yourself be tempted by revolution'

Antonin Peretjatko turns up in a good mood with an exhilarating, off-the-wall road movie with surrealist/situationist influences  

23/05/2013 | Cannes 2013 | Directors' Fortnight/France

Me Myself and Mum: Boy or Girl?

Me Myself and Mum: Boy or Girl?

Guillaume Gallienne brilliantly accomplishes the cinematographic adaptation of his play, a very amusing work, moving and subtle, about sexual identity  

20/05/2013 | Cannes 2013 | Directors’ Fortnight

Tip Top: Appearances can be misleading

Tip Top: Appearances can be misleading

Serge Bozon delivers an unbridled and witty author comedy, borne along by Isabelle Huppert, Sandrine Kiberlain and François Damiens  

20/05/2013 | Cannes 2013 | Directors’ Fortnight

Stop-over: An immersion into clandestine life

Stop-over: An immersion into clandestine life

For almost a year, Swiss director Kaveh Bakhtiari filmed clandestine immigrants from Iran living in Athens  

20/05/2013 | Cannes 2013 | Directors’ Fortnight

Jodorowsky’s Dune: The story is always more important than the film

Jodorowsky’s Dune: The story is always more important than the film

Frank Pavich’s documentary reveals the creative process behind the adaptation of science fiction book Dune by Chilean director Alejandro Jodorowsky  

19/05/2013 | Cannes 2013 | Directors’ Fortnight

La danza de la realidad: a revisited and invented childhood

La danza de la realidad: a revisited and invented childhood

Chilean Alejandro Jodorowsky returns after 23 years with work in which he has reconstructed his childhood in a tale-like manner  

18/05/2013 | Cannes 2013 | Directors’ Fortnight

The Selfish Giant: two teenagers and a giant

The Selfish Giant: two teenagers and a giant

British Clio Barnard’s second film, presented during the Directors’ Fortnight in Cannes, poses questions on the border between help and opportunism  

17/05/2013 | Cannes 2013 | Directors’ Fortnight

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