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Cannes 2019 / Un Certain Regard

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Review: Port Authority

Review: Port Authority

CANNES 2019: US director Danielle Lessovitz makes her debut with an impressive romantic drama about a young man who learns to overcome his social prejudices after falling for a transsexual  

29/05 | Cannes 2019 | Un Certain Regard

Karim Aïnouz  • Director of The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão

Interview: Karim Aïnouz • Director of The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão

“I cast by asking people to send in videos of themselves peeling potatoes for three minutes”

CANNES 2019: Karim Aïnouz spoke to us about this year’s Un Certain Regard Prize winner, the Brazilian-German co-production The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão  

29/05 | Cannes 2019 | Un Certain Regard

Un Certain Regard gives its top prize to The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmāo

Un Certain Regard gives its top prize to The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmāo

CANNES 2019: Brazilian director Karim Aïnouz’s film has claimed victory, while other awards went to Chiara Mastroianni for On a Magical Night, Fire Will Come, Liberté and Joan of Arc  

24/05 | Cannes 2019 | Un Certain Regard/Awards

Óliver Laxe • Director of Fire Will Come

Interview: Óliver Laxe • Director of Fire Will Come

"Beauty has its laws, and you have to suffer to get some of it"

CANNES 2019: Spanish filmmaker Óliver Laxe discusses everything behind his acclaimed Un Certain Regard entry Fire Will Come  

24/05 | Cannes 2019 | Un Certain Regard

Review: Homeward

Review: Homeward

CANNES 2019: The feature debut from Ukrainian filmmaker Nariman Aliev, shaped like a funeral procession, is an allegory of the fate of the Tatar people, reduced to a state of vagrancy  

24/05 | Cannes 2019 | Un Certain Regard

Review: The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmāo

Review: The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmāo

CANNES 2019: Karim Aïnouz ramps up the melodrama in his adaptation of Martha Batalha’s novel  

24/05 | Cannes 2019 | Un Certain Regard

Review: The Bears’ Famous Invasion of Sicily

Review: The Bears’ Famous Invasion of Sicily

CANNES 2019: In Lorenzo Mattotti's film, what starts off as an animation for kids morphs into a wonderful tale of cultural appropriation and colonisation  

24/05 | Cannes 2019 | Un Certain Regard

Lorenzo Mattotti • Director of The Bears’ Famous Invasion of Sicily

Interview: Lorenzo Mattotti • Director of The Bears’ Famous Invasion of Sicily

"The joy of telling a tale with colours – it’s a form of energy; a love for life"

CANNES 2019: The famous Italian graphic novel author and illustrator, Lorenzo Mattotti, chatted to us about his first full-length animation The Bears’ Famous Invasion of Sicily , unveiled in Cannes  

23/05 | Cannes 2019 | Un Certain Regard

Review: Liberté

Review: Liberté

CANNES 2019: Albert Serra invites us to partake in the nocturnal wanderings of a group of sadien libertines as the liminal surrounds of the forest rustle with their desires  

22/05 | Cannes 2019 | Un Certain Regard

Review: Adam

Review: Adam

CANNES 2019: Maternity, friendship and the position of women in Moroccan society all feature in Maryam Touzani’s exquisite debut film  

21/05 | Cannes 2019 | Un Certain Regard

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