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The Man Who Killed Don Quixote has been in the making for a staggering 20-plus years. Director (and former Monty Python member) Terry Gilliam has...

Spike Lee first came to Cannes in 1989 with his film Do the Right Thing, which was in competition for the Palm d’Or, but...

Origin stories are fun, especially when they are done well, and when they are presented with context. Thankfully, most everyone – by virtue of being...

Director Lukas Dhont told French audiences at Cannes before the screening of his film Girl, which is in competition for the Un Certain Regard...

Travolta is at the Cannes 2018 Film Festival with his new film Gotti, a biopic about mafia man John Gotti. As part of the Rendez-Vous...

It may be said of any art: the “inciting incident” for the creation of it is merely a curiosity followed. French director (and firstly, well-known...

Polish film Cold War (Zimna Wojna), directed by Pawel Pawlikowski, premiered at the 71st Cannes Film Festival to great acclaim. After, it was quickly...

The presence of Paris always enhances a love story. Love looks more beautiful, more alive, and more textured with a backdrop of Paris, mais non? A...

It is often said: There are no new stories. This adage exists with the belief that every story has already been told. What’s different is...
Cannes Film Festival 2018

La Croisette is abuzz. It’s that time of the year again: Cannes Film Festival. The festival opened Tuesday night, following the official “opening proclamation” by...