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by - Dana Stevens - 18 October 2013

All Is Lost. But at least we have Robert Redford.
After Margin Call, J.C. Chandor’s smart, talky, somewhat theatrical 2011 debut feature about the frantic last hours at a Lehman Brothers–like bank on the brink of financial meltdown, there couldn’t have been a more unexpected second project for this promising new director than All Is Lost,...

by - Justin Chang - 26 May 2013

CANNES: ‘Blue Is the Warmest Color’ Wins Palme d’ Or
“Blue Is the Warmest Color,” Abdellatif Kechiche’s sweeping and sexually explicit drama about a French teenage girl’s love affair with another woman, received the Palme d’Or at the 66th annual Cannes Film Festival on Sunday night. In a history-making decision, the...

by - Robbie Collin - 24 May 2013

Cannes 2013: Blue is the Warmest Colour, review
Could Abdellatif Kechiche's sexually explicit drama about young French lesbians be this year's Palme D'or winner? Robbie Collin thinks so. There is a certain look that creeps across a person’s face when you tell them one of your favourite films at Cannes this year has been the sexually...

by - Peter Bradshaw - 18 May 2013

Cannes 2013: Inside Llewyn Davis - first look review
The best of the fest so far sees the Coen brothers meditate on mediocrity and modernity in the 1960s New York folk scene – but not be so sombre as to forget the laughs. Cannes audiences just heard a clean, hard crack: the sound of the Coen brothers hitting one out of the park. Their new...

by - Robbie Collin - 18 May 2013

Cannes 2013: Like Father, Like Son, review
Hirokazu Kore-eda's playful family drama, the best Cannes film so far, has Robbie Collin squeaking with joy. One of the great themes of Japanese cinema, and perhaps the greatest, is family: particularly our place within it, and its within us. More than 80 years have passed since Yasujiro Ozu...