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Cannes 2017 / Critics’ Week

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The Critics’ Week Grand Prize goes to Makala

The Critics’ Week Grand Prize goes to Makala

CANNES 2017: The documentary by Emmanuel Gras has emerged triumphant in the Critics’ Week, while the Visionary Award went to Brazil’s Gabriel and the Mountain  

25/05/2017 | Cannes 2017 | Critics’ Week/Awards

La Familia: “You’d be an idiot not to be scared”

La Familia: “You’d be an idiot not to be scared”

CANNES 2017: A co-production with Norway, Gustavo Rondón Córdova’s first film proves him to be a filmmaker of tremendous (and minimalist) force  

25/05/2017 | Cannes 2017 | Critics’ Week

Makala: The journey of an honest man

Makala: The journey of an honest man

CANNES 2017: Emmanuel Gras has made a captivating documentary that whisks us away to DR Congo on the heels of a heroic charcoal seller  

24/05/2017 | Cannes 2017 | Critics’ Week

A Violent Life: The rule of blood

A Violent Life: The rule of blood

CANNES 2017: Thierry de Peretti straddles the dangerous and opaque border between Corsican nationalism and crime with a realist, crepuscular film  

22/05/2017 | Cannes 2017 | Critics' Week

Gabriel and the Mountain: The man with the Flamengo jersey and Maasai sword

Gabriel and the Mountain: The man with the Flamengo jersey and Maasai sword

CANNES 2017: With the existentialist journey through Africa of a young Brazilian researcher, the very talented Fellipe Gamarano Barbosa delivers a remarkable work of fiction  

21/05/2017 | Cannes 2017 | Critics' Week

Tehran Taboo: A transgressive explosion

Tehran Taboo: A transgressive explosion

CANNES 2017: Ali Soozandeh destroys the facade of the traditional perception of Iranian society with an animated film that uses rotoscoping  

21/05/2017 | Cannes 2017 | Critics' Week

Bloody Milk : "You want to have all my cows killed?"

Bloody Milk : "You want to have all my cows killed?"

CANNES 2017: Hubert Charuel brings us a debut film filled with suspense on the everyday life of a farmer willing to do anything to save his herd when it is threatened by an epidemic  

20/05/2017 | Cannes 2017 | Critics’ Week

Ava: Getting out of the black circle

Ava: Getting out of the black circle

CANNES 2017: Young French director Léa Mysius shows great potential with her atmospheric and original debut feature, which flirts with several genres  

19/05/2017 | Cannes 2017 | Critics’ Week

Review: Sicilian Ghost Story

Review: Sicilian Ghost Story

CANNES 2017: The latest film by Fabio Grassadonia and Antonio Piazza which opened Critics’ Week, broaches one of the many atrocious crimes of the Sicilian mafia from an original visual angle  

18/05/2017 | Cannes 2017 | Critics’ Week

7 French (co-)productions for Critics’ Week

7 French (co-)productions for Critics’ Week

A Violent Life, Bloody Milk, Ava and Makala in the line-up along with three French minority co-productions  

24/04/2017 | Cannes 2017 | Critics’ Week/France

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