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Cannes 2019 / Directors' Fortnight

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Bertrand Bonello  • Director of Zombi Child

Interview: Bertrand Bonello • Director of Zombi Child

"Films are also in the business of communicating with spirits"

CANNES 2019: French filmmaker Bertrand Bonello explains the thinking behind Zombi Child which was unveiled in the Directors’ Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival  

19/05 | Cannes 2019 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: Alice and the Mayor

Review: Alice and the Mayor

CANNES 2019: Nicolas Pariser delivers a very clever and quirky political comedy, with brilliant performances from Fabrice Luchini and Anaïs Demoustier  

18/05 | Cannes 2019 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: The Orphanage

Review: The Orphanage

CANNES 2019: Following her acclaimed feature debut, Wolf and Sheep, Shahrbanoo Sadat continues to explore the recent history of Afghanistan through the eyes of children  

18/05 | Cannes 2019 | Directors' Fortnight

Levan Akin  • Director of And Then We Danced

Interview: Levan Akin • Director of And Then We Danced

“When it takes some four years to make a film, it needs to mean something”

CANNES 2019: With And Then We Danced, Swedish-Georgian director Levan Akin takes on his Eastern European roots with a vengeance  

18/05 | Cannes 2019 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: Song Without a Name

Review: Song Without a Name

CANNES 2019: Melina León’s film noir tells the story of a mother looking for her kidnapped child in 1980s Peru  

18/05 | Cannes 2019 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: Oleg

Review: Oleg

CANNES 2019: Latvia's Juris Kursietis delivers a gritty and ultra-realist film on a form of modern slavery taking place behind the scenes between Eastern European posted workers  

17/05 | Cannes 2019 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: And Then We Danced

Review: And Then We Danced

CANNES 2019: Through the character of a Georgian dancer in love for the first time, and with a fellow pupil, Levan Akin opens up a window onto a traditional world that’s both harsh and beautiful  

17/05 | Cannes 2019 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: Zombi Child

Review: Zombi Child

CANNES 2019: Bertrand Bonello puts his name to a film steeped in the occult and brilliant despite its simple façade, blurring the boundaries between times and worlds  

17/05 | Cannes 2019 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: Blow It To Bits

Review: Blow It To Bits

CANNES 2019: Lech Kowalski’s moving political documentary offers an inside view of the desperate yet dignified social battle fought by the workers of GM&S in France  

16/05 | Cannes 2019 | Directors’ Fortnight

J-P Valkeapää  • Director of Dogs Don’t Wear Pants

Interview: J-P Valkeapää • Director of Dogs Don’t Wear Pants

“BDSM is so much more than just latex”

CANNES 2019: Cineuropa talked to Jussi-winning director J-P Valkeapää about his striking third film, Dogs Don’t Wear Pants, screening in the Directors’ Fortnight  

16/05 | Cannes 2019 | Directors’ Fortnight

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