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Cannes 2022 / Directors' Fortnight

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41 articles available in total starting from 09/02/2022. Last article published on 27/06/2022.

Julien Rejl, new general delegate of the Directors’ Fortnight

Julien Rejl, new general delegate of the Directors’ Fortnight

The Frenchman succeeds Paolo Moretti at the head of the parallel section of the Cannes Film Festival, which is changing its official name to the “Quinzaine des cinéastes”  

27/06 | Cannes 2022 | Directors’ Fortnight

Ali Cherri  • Director of The Dam

Interview: Ali Cherri • Director of The Dam

"The first thing that every system does is to occupy our imaginary"

CANNES 2022: The Lebanese-born, Paris-based filmmaker and artist discusses his film, which depicts how man's action and opression causes nature to respond  

03/06 | Cannes 2022 | Directors' Fortnight

Review: Men

Review: Men

CANNES 2022: Alex Garland has seen hell in his latest work, and it turns out to be a quaint English village where every man is Rory Kinnear  

02/06 | Cannes 2022 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: Ashkal

Review: Ashkal

CANNES 2022: In Youssef Chebbi’s pensive thriller, mysterious self-immolations abound at a Tunisian housing development associated with the pre-revolutionary regime  

01/06 | Cannes 2022 | Directors’ Fortnight

Véréna Paravel, Lucien Castaing-Taylor  • Directors of De Humani Corporis Fabrica

Interview: Véréna Paravel, Lucien Castaing-Taylor • Directors of De Humani Corporis Fabrica

"We were mainly interested in the perversity of our relationship with our bodies"

CANNES 2022: The new documentary by French-British directors and anthropologists opens the human body to the cinema  

01/06 | Cannes 2022 | Directors' Fortnight

Review: Will-o’-the-Wisp

Review: Will-o’-the-Wisp

CANNES 2022: Portuguese filmmaker Joāo Pedro Rodrigues’ latest effort is a queer musical-fantasy about a dying king, set suggestively in the year 2069  

31/05 | Cannes 2022 | Directors’ Fortnight

Erige Sehiri  • Director of Under the Fig Trees

Interview: Erige Sehiri • Director of Under the Fig Trees

“There is no sign of modernity in nature; it’s in these women, and especially the young girls”

CANNES 2022: The French-Tunisian director and producer breaks down several aspects of her beautiful and timeless narrative feature debut  

31/05 | Cannes 2022 | Directors’ Fortnight

Thomas Salvador  • Director of The Mountain

Interview: Thomas Salvador • Director of The Mountain

"My main character leaves a lot behind him in order to find something deep inside of himself, in order to be reborn"

CANNES 2022: The French filmmaker discusses the making of his latest film, which unfolds almost entirely in the high mountains and boasts a sci-fi dimension  

30/05 | Cannes 2022 | Directors’ Fortnight

Festival Scope presents the 2022 Directors' Fortnight short films online

Festival Scope presents the 2022 Directors' Fortnight short films online

Six short films selected for this year's edition are accessible online for free, from today until 5 June, on the platform  

30/05 | Cannes 2022 | Directors' Fortnight

Review: De humani corporis fabrica

Review: De humani corporis fabrica

CANNES 2022: Gut-wrenching but never grotesque, Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna Paravel’s new documentary is an opera of the operating table  

30/05 | Cannes 2022 | Directors’ Fortnight

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