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  • INTERVIEW - Joel and Ethan Coen: "We let our films live their own lives"

    the 23.05.2015 at 9:00 AM - Updated on 23.05.2015 at 10:40 AM

    INTERVIEW - Joel and Ethan Coen: 'We let our films live their own lives'
    For three decades now, they've been caricaturing the world through their eccentric heroes living out on the fringe. Whatever the genre,  Joel and Ethan Coen have imposed the quirky vision of life in which their  humour  – always darkly ironic – is a breath of fresh air. From Blood Simple (1984) to Inside Llewyn Davis (2013),...
  • SHORT FILM COMPETITION - Meting the talents

    the 23.05.2015 at 9:00 AM - Updated on 23.05.2015 at 9:21 AM

     SHORT FILM COMPETITION - Meting the talents
    This year's short film competition features 10 directors from all four corners of the globe, presenting nine films. To interview them, we called on Gilles Coulier, who himself took part in the Short Film Competition in 2013, with Mont Blanc. The short film Palme d’or selected by the Jury presided over by Abderrahmane Sissako, will be...
  • OUT OF COMPETITION - Luc Jacquet follows the footsteps of glaciologist Claude Lorius

    the 23.05.2015 at 9:00 AM - Updated on 23.05.2015 at 9:19 AM

    OUT OF COMPETITION - Luc Jacquet follows the footsteps of glaciologist Claude Lorius
    To close out this 68th edition, the Festival de Cannes has decided to screen the film La Glace et le Ciel (Ice and the Sky), directed by Luc Jacquet. The director, who won an Oscar in 2006 for Best Documentary Feature with March of the Penguins, provides us with a critical account of our environment and the challenges faced to preserve...
  • CANNES CLASSICS - Restored version of Elem Klimov's child satire

    the 23.05.2015 at 9:00 AM - Updated on 23.05.2015 at 9:23 AM

    CANNES CLASSICS - Restored version of Elem Klimov's child satire
    The Festival closes out its voyage through world cinema classics with a touch of humor. Dobro Pozhalovat, Ili Postoronnim Vkhod Vospreshen (Welcome, or No Trespassing) is a comedy by Elem Klimov that captivated children throughout the Soviet Union upon its release. Film still © RRThe film. Young Inochkin stirs up agitators at a...
  • CINÉMA DE LA PLAGE - The Usual Suspects, Bryan Singer's most outrageous film

    the 23.05.2015 at 9:00 AM - Updated on 23.05.2015 at 9:24 AM

    CINÉMA DE LA PLAGE - The Usual Suspects, Bryan Singer's most outrageous film
    Famous for his dedication to the X-Men series, in 1995 Bryan Singer masterfully directed the thriller, The Usual Suspects, bathed in lies, which has since become a cult film. Here are some good reasons to not miss out on the restored version of it.  Film still © RR- For its enticing pitch: Five crooks are suspected of having hijacked...
  • COMPETITION - "That Scottish play..." by Justin Kurzel

    the 23.05.2015 at 9:00 AM - Updated on 23.05.2015 at 9:27 AM

    COMPETITION - 'That Scottish play...' by Justin Kurzel
    Following in the footsteps of Orson Welles (1948), Akira Kurosawa (Throne of Blood, 1957) and Roman Polanski (1971), Australian director Justin Kurzel now brings us his personal adaptation of Macbeth. The fascinating Shakespearian tragedy earns him his right of admittance to the 2015 Competition at Cannes, but ssshhh! don't pronounce...
  • CANNES CLASSICS - Harold and Lillian, A Hollywood Love Story by Daniel Raim

    the 23.05.2015 at 9:00 AM - Updated on 23.05.2015 at 10:04 AM

    CANNES CLASSICS - Harold and Lillian, A Hollywood Love Story by Daniel Raim
    Harold and Lillian Michelson are unknown to the general public, and yet they are the architects of Hollywood's greatest masterpieces. For 60 years, Harold was a story-boarder, and his wife Lillian was a documentary filmmaker. Both of them worked on The Ten Commandments by Cecil.B.Demille, The Birds by Alfred Hitchcock, and The Graduate...

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