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Cannes 2018 / Un Certain Regard

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Adilkhan Yerzhanov • Director

Interview: Adilkhan Yerzhanov • Director

Interview

CANNES 2018: Kazakh filmmaker Adilkhan Yerzhanov talked to us about his new film, The Gentle Indifference of the World, presented in this year's Un Certain Regard section  

24/05 | Cannes 2018 | Un Certain Regard

Ulrich Köhler • Director

Interview: Ulrich Köhler • Director

Interview

CANNES 2018: German filmmaker Ulrich Köhler talked to us about his new film, In My Room, presented in this year's Un Certain Regard section  

22/05 | Cannes 2018 | Un Certain Regard

Meryem Benm'Barek • Director

Interview: Meryem Benm'Barek • Director

Interview

CANNES 2018: Young Franco-Moroccan filmmaker Meryem Benm'Barek talked to us about her first feature, Sofia, awarded with the Best Screenplay prize in the Un Certain Regard  

19/05 | Cannes 2018 | Un Certain Regard

Border scoops the Un Certain Regard Award

Border scoops the Un Certain Regard Award

CANNES 2018: Victory for the film by Danish director Ali Abbasi. Girl scoops the Award for Best Performance, while Sofia, Donbass and The Dead and the Others are also victorious  

18/05 | Cannes 2018 | Un Certain Regard/Awards

Review: In My Room

Review: In My Room

Ulrich Köhler’s film is a post-apocalyptic romantic drama that holds the viewer’s interest without resorting to killer viruses or zombies  

18/05 | Seville 2018 | The New Waves

Review: The Gentle Indifference of the World

Review: The Gentle Indifference of the World

CANNES 2018: Kazakh filmmaker Adilkhan Yerzhanov presents a poetic-realist film exploring love in the absence of freedom, and co-produced by France  

18/05 | Cannes 2018 | Un Certain Regard

Review: The Dead and the Others

Review: The Dead and the Others

CANNES 2018: João Salaviza co-directs with Renée Nader Messora a film about an indigenous community in Brazil of great visual poetry, with an impeccable balance of drama and intrigue  

17/05 | Cannes 2018 | Un Certain Regard

Review: Murder Me, Monster

Review: Murder Me, Monster

CANNES 2018: The misty Andes, decapitations, a lascivious monster straight out of your worst nightmare, and humour come together in this staggering fantasy-thriller by Argentina’s Alejandro Fadel  

17/05 | Cannes 2018 | Un Certain Regard

Review: Euphoria

Review: Euphoria

CANNES 2018: Italy’s Valeria Golino returns with her latest directorial effort, starring Valerio Mastandrea and Riccardo Scamarcio as two brothers grappling with a secret  

17/05 | Cannes 2018 | Un Certain Regard

Review: Sofia

Review: Sofia

Buoyed by an excellent script, this first full-length film by Meryem Benm’Barek is a thrilling feminist study, dissecting the double standards that divide Moroccan society  

16/05 | Thessaloniki 2018 | Competition

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