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40 articles available in total starting from 27/04/2021. Last article published on 19/07/2021.

Review: Great Freedom

Review: Great Freedom

CANNES 2021: Franz Rogowski excels as a man incarcerated for his homosexuality in post-war Germany, in this impressive drama by Austrian director Sebastian Meise  

09/07 | Cannes 2021 | Un Certain Regard

Review: The Worst Person in the World

Review: The Worst Person in the World

CANNES 2021: Joachim Trier delivers a perfectly watchable love story, or stories, but his female protagonist seems lifted from a fantasy land  

09/07 | Cannes 2021 | Competition

Review: The Hill Where Lionesses Roar

Review: The Hill Where Lionesses Roar

CANNES 2021: Luàna Bajrami delivers a fine first feature, fresh and full of punch, about three girls who metamorphose into a pack of thieves in order to escape the destiny already drawn out for them  

08/07 | Cannes 2021 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: Ahed’s Knee

Review: Ahed’s Knee

CANNES 2021: An irascible Israeli filmmaker comes to a small town in the Negev desert for a retrospective screening of his work in Nadav Lapid’s follow-up to Synonyms  

08/07 | Cannes 2021 | Competition

Review: Everything Went Fine

Review: Everything Went Fine

CANNES 2021: François Ozon gets back to basics exploring death and euthanasia by way of a simple, realistic and modestly restrained family portrait which will resonate with many  

07/07 | Cannes 2021 | Competition

Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović  • Director of Murina

Interview: Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović • Director of Murina

“The water is a place where my character is free, but it’s also where she can spill some blood”

CANNES 2021: It’s a cruel summer lying in wait for teenager Julija in this Directors’ Fortnight title by the Dubrovnik-born filmmaker  

07/07 | Cannes 2021 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: Annette

Review: Annette

CANNES 2021: Part-prestige production, part-cult curio, Leos Carax’s weird creation is a Cannes opener to remember  

07/07 | Cannes 2021 | Competition

Mina Mileva, Vesela Kazakova  • Directors of Women Do Cry

Interview: Mina Mileva, Vesela Kazakova • Directors of Women Do Cry

“This is not a normal film”

CANNES 2021: The women in this Un Certain Regard entry have a lot on their minds and have to learn to stop sweeping things under the carpet  

06/07 | Cannes 2021 | Un Certain Regard

The Cannes behemoth is back with 24 Palme d’Or hopefuls

The Cannes behemoth is back with 24 Palme d’Or hopefuls

16 filmmakers who have already taken part in the competition are battling it out with eight new entrants; 14 Europeans will be vying for Cannes’ coveted top prize  

03/06 | Cannes 2021

Review: Little Palestine (Diary of a Siege)

Review: Little Palestine (Diary of a Siege)

Abdallah Al-Khatib tells the story of the siege of Yarmouk, a district of Damascus that used to host the biggest Palestinian refugee camp in the world  

27/04 | Visions du Réel 2021 | Competition

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