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Cannes 2016


178 articles available in total starting from 02/02/2016. Last article published on 30/05/2016.

The Red Turtle: A lovely Robinson Crusoe-style adventure

The Red Turtle: A lovely Robinson Crusoe-style adventure

CANNES 2016: Dutch-British director Michael Dudok de Wit tells the story of the simple life of a man alone in the middle of the sea, with only Mother Nature as company  

22/05/2016 | Cannes 2016 | Un Certain Regard

Cinema, diversity and minorities: An international perspective

Cinema, diversity and minorities: An international perspective

CANNES 2016: The CNC organised a discussion on how to incorporate minorities into the film industry more effectively  

22/05/2016 | Cannes 2016 | Industry

Documentaries promote global awareness of social justice

Documentaries promote global awareness of social justice

CANNES 2016: Filmmakers discussed the power of documentaries at a meeting organised during the Cannes Film Festival  

22/05/2016 | Cannes 2016 | Market

Un Certain Regard crowns The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki

Un Certain Regard crowns The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki

CANNES 2016: The feature debut by Finnish director Juho Kuosmanen has come out on top; honourable mentions for The Stopover, Harmonium and The Red Turtle  

21/05/2016 | Cannes 2016 | Un Certain Regard/Awards

Cannes' FIPRESCI Award goes to Toni Erdmann

Cannes' FIPRESCI Award goes to Toni Erdmann

CANNES 2016: The international critics have crowned the film by German director Maren Ade; Dogs and Raw also awarded  

21/05/2016 | Cannes 2016 | Awards

Divines: A dazzling film

Divines: A dazzling film

CANNES 2016: Houda Benyamina has bewitched the Croisette with a film from the heart, which whisks you away on a joyride that will take your breath away, alongside its two brilliant heroines  

21/05/2016 | Cannes 2016 | Directors’ Fortnight

New distribution and marketing models in the on-demand age

New distribution and marketing models in the on-demand age

CANNES 2016: The CNC organised a discussion focusing on the media themselves, rather than the content they carry  

21/05/2016 | Cannes 2016 | Industry

Last Days of Louis XIV: Historical iconoclasm

Last Days of Louis XIV: Historical iconoclasm

CANNES 2016: Catalan filmmaker Albert Serra has crafted a singular gem of a movie about the twilight of the most powerful individual in 17th-century France, played by Jean-Pierre Léaud  

21/05/2016 | Cannes 2016 | Special screenings

The Salesman: It’s better to leave well alone

The Salesman: It’s better to leave well alone

CANNES 2016: Teaming up with French company Memento Films, Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi brings us a new narrative gem on the theatre of the human condition  

21/05/2016 | Cannes 2016 | Competition

Elle: "Let them be cursed and damned beyond redemption"

Elle: "Let them be cursed and damned beyond redemption"

CANNES 2016: A karmic, acidic and perverse film masterfully directed by Paul Verhoeven and starring an Isabelle Huppert at her peak  

21/05/2016 | Cannes 2016 | Competition

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