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Fabien Lemercier

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8492 articles available in total starting from 02/07/2002. Last article published on 26/05/2022.

Review: The Green Perfume

Review: The Green Perfume

CANNES 2022: Nicolas Pariser tries his hand at a spy comedy in the playful spirit of a comic book, but this perfect replica slides into autopilot once its initial pace has peaked  

26/05 | Cannes 2022 | Directors’ Fortnight

Annie Ernaux and David Ernaux-Briot • Directors of The Super-8 Years

Interview: Annie Ernaux and David Ernaux-Briot • Directors of The Super-8 Years

“When I wrote the text for the film, I wrote it with the image”

CANNES 2022: We met up with the famous French author and her son to discuss their documentary and its different levels of reading  

26/05 | Cannes 2022 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: The Mountain

Review: The Mountain

CANNES 2022: The highly original Thomas Salvador delivers a more than astonishing work on the journey to the paranormal of man who turns his back to society to recharge in the mountains  

25/05 | Cannes 2022 | Directors’ Fortnight

Lise Akoka and Romane Gueret • Directors of The Worst Ones

Interview: Lise Akoka and Romane Gueret • Directors of The Worst Ones

"We mostly wanted to talk about the meeting of these two very different worlds"

CANNES 2022: The filmmaking duo explain their intentions for their first feature film which homes in on children, and their work with young people  

25/05 | Cannes 2022 | Un Certain Regard

La Jauría emerges victorious in the Cannes Critics’ Week

La Jauría emerges victorious in the Cannes Critics’ Week

CANNES 2022: Andrés Ramírez Pulido’s feature debut has scooped the Grand Prize, while the French Touch Prize was given to Charlotte Wells’ Aftersun and the Rising Star Award went to Zelda Samson  

25/05 | Cannes 2022 | Critics’ Week/Awards

Review: Godland

Review: Godland

CANNES 2022: Hlynur Pálmason makes a spectacular, visceral and epic film in the wake of a young Danish priest who faces thousands of challenges in the wild Iceland of the 19th century  

24/05 | Cannes 2022 | Un Certain Regard

Review: La Jauría

Review: La Jauría

CANNES 2022: Andrés Ramírez Pulido’s atmospheric debut feature trawls the murky depths of young delinquents’ criminal past as they undergo therapy in the isolation of the jungle  

24/05 | Cannes 2022 | Critics’ Week

Review: Our Brothers

Review: Our Brothers

CANNES 2022: Combining documentary and fiction, Rachid Bouchareb revisits the death of Malik Oussekine in 1986, and Abdel Benyaha's comparatively anonymous one, against a backdrop of police violence  

24/05 | Cannes 2022 | Cannes Première

Valeria Bruni Tedeschi • Director of Forever Young

Interview: Valeria Bruni Tedeschi • Director of Forever Young

"Even at the most tragic of times, we still manage to laugh"

CANNES 2022: The Italian-French filmmaker unveiled her mature work diving back into the universe of young student-actors at Patrice Chéreau’s Théâtre des Amandiers  

24/05 | Cannes 2022 | Competition

Lionel Baier • Director of Continental Drift (South)

Interview: Lionel Baier • Director of Continental Drift (South)

“Europe can only function if there is desire between peoples”

CANNES 2022: The Swiss filmmaker talks about the third part of his tetralogy on the construction of Europe  

24/05 | Cannes 2022 | Directors' Fortnight

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