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135 articles available in total starting from 15/03/2018. Last article published on 19/07/2021.

Sergei Loznitsa • Director of Babi Yar. Context

Interview: Sergei Loznitsa • Director of Babi Yar. Context

“These people were like dust underground and for 80 years, nothing was done about it”

CANNES 2021: The director turns his attention to a dark historical event that Europe has long tried to ignore and forget  

19/07 | Cannes 2021 | Special Screenings

Review: Memoria

Review: Memoria

CANNES 2021: World-class champion of sensory cinema Apichatpong Weerasethakul is back in fine shape, aided by Tilda Swinton and some highly fructiferous Colombian plant life  

16/07 | Cannes 2021 | Competition

Asghar Farhadi  • Director of A Hero

Interview: Asghar Farhadi • Director of A Hero

“When people say, ‘You’re on TV,’ it means you’re on the side of the government”

CANNES 2021: The Iranian director, quite the hero himself, is back in his home country after his Spanish sojourn Everybody Knows  

14/07 | Cannes 2021 | Competition

Mia Hansen-Løve  • Director of Bergman Island

Interview: Mia Hansen-Løve • Director of Bergman Island

“You’d think his almighty presence would feel very intimidating, but to me it was the opposite”

CANNES 2021: Not just an homage to the mega-auteur of cinema and his mythical home, the French director’s film is also a homecoming of sorts for her  

14/07 | Cannes 2021 | Competition

Eskil Vogt  • Director of The Innocents

Interview: Eskil Vogt • Director of The Innocents

“Because children are still ‘unfinished’, they make for very interesting storytelling”

CANNES 2021: The Norwegian filmmaker tells us more about his chilling childhood tale, which he wrote and directed himself  

13/07 | Cannes 2021 | Un Certain Regard

Review: Petrov’s Flu

Review: Petrov’s Flu

CANNES 2021: Two-and-a-half hours of Russianness at its most feverish, when served right, can be quite a sight, as proven by Kirill Serebrennikov  

13/07 | Cannes 2021 | Competition

Juho Kuosmanen  • Director of Compartment No. 6

Interview: Juho Kuosmanen • Director of Compartment No. 6

“I always like to remember a good rule that some wise film person said: try to lie as little as possible”

CANNES 2021: The Finnish director talks us through his latest effort, which follows his 2016 Un Certain Regard-winning The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki  

12/07 | Cannes 2021 | Competition

Nathalie Álvarez Mesén  • Director of Clara Sola

Interview: Nathalie Álvarez Mesén • Director of Clara Sola

“We have definitely raised the volume when it comes to addressing the patriarchal side of religion”

CANNES 2021: The director shares some of her thoughts and memories from a journey that started years ago in both Costa Rica and Sweden  

11/07 | Cannes 2021 | Directors’ Fortnight

Joachim Trier  • Director of The Worst Person in the World

Interview: Joachim Trier • Director of The Worst Person in the World

“At the end of the day, all three of them feel like the worst person in the world; that’s my conclusion”

CANNES 2021: The Norwegian director unpicks his seemingly cute, seemingly romantic comedy-drama  

11/07 | Cannes 2021 | Competition

Review: Clara Sola

Review: Clara Sola

CANNES 2021: Nathalie Álvarez Mesén offers up a candid coming-of-age tale with strong doses of magical realism under an illuminating Nordic spotlight  

08/07 | Cannes 2021 | Directors’ Fortnight

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