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Swedish maestro Ruben Östlund returns to the Croisette with his disarmingly hilarious deconstruction of modern art culture, The Square. Bringing a flavourful cast along for his chaotically funny journey, including Elisabeth Moss, Dominic West, and Claes Bang, the Palme d’Or nominee is among the festival’s finest offerings. Click here... Read more
Directors Ben and Joshua Safdie bring a serving of pulp to the bright lights of Cannes with their fiery crime thriller, Good Time, for A24 studios. Competing for the Palme d’Or, the film sports a definitive Robert Pattinson performance – one which could easily win him a Best Actor... Read more
We simply loved Taylor Sheridan‘s enriching and enthralling crime mystery, Wind River, which is currently competing in the coveted Un Certain Regard at the 70th Festival de Cannes. We named the acclaimed screenwriter’s debut feature as “astonishing cinema” in our ★★★★★ review which you can read here. Starring Jeremy... Read more
Undoubtedly among the most iconic figures in film history, legendary performer and director Clint Eastwood returned to the Festival de Cannes to present a restored copy of his seminal western, Unforgiven. The film – which celebrates its 25th anniversary here on the Croisette – was also complimented by a masterclass,... Read more
Decorated auteur Todd Haynes reunites with muse Julianne Moore for his Official Competition delight, Wonderstruck. Intertwining two integral, yet audaciously alternative, narrative strands, his fantastical family treat also stars the likes of Oakes Fegley, Michelle Williams, and Millicent Simmonds. Click here to read our ★★★★ review of Wonderstruck Below are a selection of... Read more
Taylor Sheridan’s chilly, breathlessly assured crime drama, Wind River, is ready to melt the competition in the Un Certain Regard strand. The acclaimed writer’s feature debut stars Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen – whom both deliver immaculate performances – in a work of disarming complexity and completion. Click here... Read more
Writer-director Sofia Coppola returns to Cannes with her feverish portrait of repressed female sexuality and desire, The Beguiled. A reimagining of Don Siegel’s 1971 film of the same name, which featured a rugged Clint Eastwood performance, the Lost in Translation author’s update features the likes of Nicole Kidman, Colin... Read more
Michelangelo Antonioni’s seminal mystery drama Blow-Up screens as part of the Cannes Classics programme. Here’s our official review.Read more
Greek supremo Yorgos Lanthimos brings his bewitchingly strange The Killing of a Sacred Deer to the French shores, which is proving to be a major favourite in the Official Competition race. With an impressive ensemble cast, including the likes of Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, Raffey Cassidy, and Alicia Silverstone,... Read more
Noah Baumbach’s delightfully funny Palme d’Or contender, The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected), is one of the true highlights of this year’s festival. Starring the likes of Dustin Hoffman, Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, and Emma Thompson, it is a work of infinite charm and poignant sensitivity. Click here to... Read more
One of the hottest tickets in Cannes this year is Michael Haneke’s masterfully observed satire, Happy End. A forensic, downright sociopathic portrait of family turmoil, the film which stars Isabelle Huppert, Jean-Louis Trintignant, and Toby Jones is one of the festival’s finest. Click here to read our ★★★★★ review... Read more
Ghosts of a rebellious past linger in political drama, After the War. Here’s our official review from Cannes.Read more