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Cannes 2014 / Directors’ Fortnight


13 articles available in total starting from 22/04/2014. Last article published on 23/05/2014.

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Alleluia: serial lovers

Alleluia: serial lovers

CANNES 2014: Fabrice Du Welz touches and divides giving a beautiful lashing to the Directors’ Fortnight selection. The minimum to be expected from the filmmaker of The Ordeal…  

23/05/2014 | Cannes 2014 | Directors’ Fortnight

Pride: a film that speaks to the heart

Pride: a film that speaks to the heart

CANNES 2014: Two beautiful battles, wonderful people, solidarity, an energy and a contagious joy: the Directors’ Fortnight concluded with a truly inspiring film  

23/05/2014 | Cannes 2014 | Directors’ Fortnight/UK

Queen & Country: the magical autobiography of John Boorman

Queen & Country: the magical autobiography of John Boorman

CANNES 2014: The legendary writer-director of Leo the Last unveiled at the Cannes Fortnight a film based on his two years of military service, and every second is a sheer delight  

21/05/2014 | Cannes 2014 | Directors' Fortnight/UK

P'tit Quinquin: a quintessentially Bruno Dumont comedy

P'tit Quinquin: a quintessentially Bruno Dumont comedy

CANNES 2014: Having a whale of a time playing around with the conventional police-enquiry genre, the French purist arthouse filmmaker has made an astonishing off-the-wall, and very funny, mini-series  

21/05/2014 | Cannes 2014 | Directors’ Fortnight

Cold in July: Three men and a coffin

Cold in July: Three men and a coffin

CANNES 2014: Jim Mickle returns to the Directors’ Fortnight with a succulent bloodfest that comically mixes different references to genre cinema  

20/05/2014 | Cannes 2014 | Directors’ Fortnight/US, France

Refugiado: the love of a fleeing mother

Refugiado: the love of a fleeing mother

CANNES 2014: A finely subjective story on the necessary evasion of a woman with her son, who without forfeiting his purity, slowly grasps the gravity of the situation  

19/05/2014 | Cannes 2014 | Directors’ Fortnight

Eat Your Bones: "A little hold-up or a beer?"

Eat Your Bones: "A little hold-up or a beer?"

CANNES 2014: A modern western and an electrified dive into the Directors' Fortnight for Jean-Charles Hue in the extraordinary world of the Yenish community outlaws  

19/05/2014 | Cannes 2014 | Directors' Fortnight

Love at First Fight: A twofold vision of the future

Love at First Fight: A twofold vision of the future

CANNES 2014: Adèle Haenel and Kevin Azaïs shine in the promising first feature film by Thomas Cailley, unveiled at the Directors’ Fortnight  

17/05/2014 | Cannes 2014 | Directors’ Fortnight

Gett: an absurd trial from which you do not leave unscathed

Gett: an absurd trial from which you do not leave unscathed

CANNES 2014: The superb third chapter of the trilogy on Israeli women by Ronit and Shlomi Elkabetz left the public of Directors’ Fortnight speechless  

17/05/2014 | Cannes 2014 | Directors’ Fortnight

Catch Me Daddy: British social realism at its paroxysm

Catch Me Daddy: British social realism at its paroxysm

CANNES 2014: Daniel Wolfe is competing for the Caméra d'or at Cannes with a cruel tale in which a loving father becomes a tyrant and goes on a hunt for his daughter  

17/05/2014 | Cannes 2014 | Directors’ Fortnight/UK

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