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Cannes 2016


178 articles available in total starting from 02/02/2016. Last article published on 30/05/2016.

Julia Ducournau’s Raw to fight for France in the Critics’ Week

Julia Ducournau’s Raw to fight for France in the Critics’ Week

The majority French production Diamond Island is also in competition with four minority productions; In Bed with Victoria will open the Week  

19/04/2016 | Cannes 2016 | France

Ten Europeans for the Directors’ Fortnight

Ten Europeans for the Directors’ Fortnight

Five French filmmakers, three Italians, one Belgian and a Swiss director are on the line-up, which includes Bellocchio, Larrain, Lafosse, Jodorowsky, Kashyap and Poitras  

19/04/2016 | Cannes 2016 | Directors’ Fortnight

Seven world premieres for Cannes' ACID

Seven world premieres for Cannes' ACID

The Croisette will host nine independent films as part of an alternative line-up taking place alongside the Cannes Film Festival  

19/04/2016 | Cannes 2016 | ACID

Romania has an impressive year at Cannes

Romania has an impressive year at Cannes

Cristian Mungiu, Cristi Puiu and newcomer Bogdan Mirică have the chance to win awards on the Croisette  

18/04/2016 | Cannes 2016 | Romania

The Critics’ Week unveils its selection

The Critics’ Week unveils its selection

Julia Ducournau, Óliver Laxe, Mehmet Can Mertoglu and Davy Chou are in competition, while Justine Triet, Alessandro Comodin and Jean-Christophe Meurisse are out of competition  

18/04/2016 | Cannes 2016 | Critics’ Week

Nicolas Winding Refn eyes the Palme d’Or for the third time

Nicolas Winding Refn eyes the Palme d’Or for the third time

The Danish director’s thriller The Neon Demon – “a Danish cannibal horror film involving top models” – is the only Scandinavian feature in this year’s Cannes competition  

18/04/2016 | Cannes 2016 | Nordic countries

Germans set to make a comeback on the Croisette

Germans set to make a comeback on the Croisette

The German films at this year’s Cannes include Maren Ade’s Toni Erdmann, the first German feature in competition since Wim Wenders’ Palermo Shooting in 2008  

18/04/2016 | Cannes 2016 | Germany

The Dardenne brothers are everywhere at once at Cannes

The Dardenne brothers are everywhere at once at Cannes

Once again, the Dardennes’ new film (The Unknown Girl) has been selected, in addition to four co-productions by Les Films du Fleuve  

18/04/2016 | Cannes 2016 | Belgium

Pericle The Black and the others at Cannes

Pericle The Black and the others at Cannes

No films in the official competition. Representing Italian film is Stefano Mordini’s film in the Un Certain Regard section and a special screening of L'ultima spiaggia  

18/04/2016 | Cannes 2016 | Italy

Three French female directors in Un Certain Regard

Three French female directors in Un Certain Regard

Delphine and Muriel Coulin with The Stopover and Stéphanie Di Giusto with The Dancer will make their debuts in the official selection  

15/04/2016 | Cannes 2016 | France