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Cannes 2019 / Special Screenings


8 articles available in total starting from 18/04/2019. Last article published on 24/05/2019.

Abel Ferrara • Director of Tommaso

Interview: Abel Ferrara • Director of Tommaso

"I wouldn't have made this film if Willem Dafoe hadn't wanted to do it"

CANNES 2019: US-born, Rome-based filmmaker Abel Ferrara talks about his very personal new film, Tommaso, starring his longtime collaborator Willem Dafoe  

24/05/2019 | Cannes 2019 | Special Screenings

Werner Herzog  • Director of Family Romance LLC

Interview: Werner Herzog • Director of Family Romance LLC

“I wanted to go back to the time of Aguirre, the Wrath of God

CANNES 2019: We met up with German uber-director Werner Herzog to discuss his venture into Japanese alternative reality in Family Romance LLC  

23/05/2019 | Cannes 2019 | Special Screenings

Review: Tommaso

Review: Tommaso

CANNES 2019: In his new, almost uncomfortably personal film, Abel Ferrara talks about himself. For a change  

22/05/2019 | Cannes 2019 | Special Screenings

Review: The Cordillera of Dreams

Review: The Cordillera of Dreams

CANNES 2019: Chile’s Patricio Guzmán makes a scathing condemnation of his country’s social amnesia regarding the Pinochet dictatorship, through an ode to the geographical miracle of the Andes  

18/05/2019 | Cannes 2019 | Special Screenings

Review: Living and Knowing You’re Alive

Review: Living and Knowing You’re Alive

CANNES 2019: In his characteristic style of a filmed private diary, Alain Cavalier puts his name to a subtle, sensitive and moving documentary which pays tribute to Emmanuèle Bernheim  

17/05/2019 | Cannes 2019 | Special Screenings

Review: For Sama

Review: For Sama

CANNES 2019: Waad Al-Kateab and Edward Watts’ documentary about Syria arrives in Cannes on the back of festival wins at SXSW and HotDocs  

15/05/2019 | Cannes 2019 | Special Screenings

Two new titles enter the Cannes competition

Two new titles enter the Cannes competition

Abdellatif Kechiche and Quentin Tarantino have entered the hunt for the Palme d’Or; Lorenzo Mattotti is in Un Certain Regard, while Gael García Bernal and Patricio Guzmán get Special Screenings  

02/05/2019 | Cannes 2019

A slew of masters and new faces to vie for the 2019 Cannes Palme d’Or

A slew of masters and new faces to vie for the 2019 Cannes Palme d’Or

8 filmmakers are locking horns in the Cannes competition for the first time, flanked by 9 directors who have already won awards on the Croisette; suspense still surrounds Tarantino and Kechiche  

18/04/2019 | Cannes 2019