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Cannes 2018 / Competition

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Review: Ayka

Review: Ayka

CANNES 2018: Through the latest work by Kazakh filmmaker Sergey Dvortsevoy, we undergo a taxing physical experience alongside a young Kyrgyz mother, living illegally in Russia  

19/05 | Cannes 2018 | Competition

Matteo Garrone • Director

Interview: Matteo Garrone • Director

“By the end of the production process, there was not much of the true story left in it”

CANNES 2018: We sat down with Italy’s Matteo Garrone to talk about his competition title Dogman, which is based on a disturbing true story  

19/05 | Cannes 2018 | Competition

Review: Capharnaüm

Review: Capharnaüm

CANNES 2018: Nadine Labaki fixes her gaze on the slums of Beirut, telling the devastating survival story of a child who didn’t ask to be born  

19/05 | Cannes 2018 | Competition

Review: The Wild Pear Tree

Review: The Wild Pear Tree

CANNES 2018: Nuri Bilge Ceylan attempts to join the double Palme d’Or club with an episodic tale of a young man’s struggles to become a published author  

19/05 | Cannes 2018 | Competition

Sergey Dvortsevoy • Director

Interview: Sergey Dvortsevoy • Director

Interview

CANNES 2018: Russian filmmaker Sergey Dvortsevoy talked to us about his second feature, Ayka, awarded with the Best Actress prize for Samal Yeslyamova  

19/05 | Cannes 2018 | Competition

Review: Knife + Heart

Review: Knife + Heart

CANNES 2018: Shot in his super-original style, Yann Gonzalez’s film is a very sophisticated reinterpretation of the traditional giallo genre, travelling behind the scenes of gay porn cinema  

18/05 | Cannes 2018 | Competition

Review: Dogman

Review: Dogman

CANNES 2018: Inspired by a suburban crime story, Matteo Garrone's new film focuses on the marginalised, with a very clear sentiment  

17/05 | Cannes 2018 | Competition

Alice Rohrwacher • Director

Interview: Alice Rohrwacher • Director

“In Italy, the lines between fiction and reality are blurry”

CANNES 2018: We talk to Alice Rohrwacher, the director of Happy as Lazzaro, who has come back to the Cannes competition after her previous film, The Wonders, won the Grand Prix in 2014  

16/05 | Cannes 2018 | Competition

Stéphane Brizé • Director

Interview: Stéphane Brizé • Director

"The brutality of the world is grounds for investigation and intrigue"

CANNES 2018: French director Stéphane Brizé talks to us about At War, well received in competition at the71st Cannes film festival  

15/05 | Cannes 2018 | Competition

Review: At War

Review: At War

CANNES 2018: Stéphane Brizé presents a striking, exciting and exceptionally realistic film about workers struggling with the threatened closure of their factory  

15/05 | Cannes 2018 | Competition

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