The new film by director Asghar Farhadi, with Penélope Cruz, Javier Bardem and Ricardo Darín, will be the opening...
Welcome back to Take Two, a column focusing on two films released in the same year, one a major...
Welcome back to Take Two, a column focusing on two films released in the same year, one a major release the other a hidden gem that share similar themes. The first entry focused on 1980 and the theme of trauma, looking at Best Picture winner Ordinary People and indie... Read more
Marion Cotillard stars in wartime romance, From the Land of the Moon. Our official verdict is in.Read more
Last night (Sunday, 28th May), the 70th Festival de Cannes took its final bow, awarding a multitude of international films with coveted plagues and scrolls. After twelve days of feverish action, the Jury – under the presidency of Pedro Almodòvar – named The Square as their Palme d’Or champion,... Read more
In a shocking twist-of-fate, the Jury – under the presidency of director Pedro Almodóvar – have named Ruben Östlund’s scathing satire, The Square, as the 2017 Palme d’Or recipient. Many had placed bets on 120 Beats Per Minute, and festival favourite, Loveless, for top-prize glory, but the brilliantly acidic comedy starring... Read more
Joaquin Phoenix channels Travis Bickle in director Lynne Ramsay’s lean, mean, and unflinching latest, You Were Never Really Here. The film, which screens in competition here in Cannes, will be looking to secure some prizes tomorrow night, with many already placing Academy Awards bets on its leading actor. Below... Read more
Eighteen films hailing from twenty-two different countries competed for coveted prizes in the Un Certain Regard strand at Cannes this year, and tonight the winners have been officially announced. Filmoria favourite Wind River – the single English-language entry in contention – was one of the winners on the evening,... Read more
Luis Buñuel’s sexually surrealist classic, Belle De Jour, returns to Cannes for its 50th anniversary. Check out our review.Read more
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
Of all the film we have witnessed in our time over at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival this year, one that has resulted in a beaming four-star review from us along with plenty of buzz around the festival is The Rider. Directed by Chloe Zhao, The Rider is the... 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