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Cannes Film Festival 2018

  1. movie review
    Steven Yeun Makes His Leading-Man Korean Film Debut in BurningLee Chang-dong’s moody mystery is based on a Haruki Murakami short story.
  2. The Man Who Killed Don Quixote Is Terry Gilliam’s Misogynistic Fun HouseThere’s a good idea for a film somewhere in Terry Gilliam’s long-gestating product.
  3. Prepare to Be Blown Away by the Child Actors in the Heartbreaking CapharnaümLebanese filmmaker Nadine Labaki’s tragic childhood tale is fabulous filmmaking, but a lot to endure.
  4. that's a take
    ‘Citizen of the World’ John Travolta Doesn’t Really Think About #MeToo MovementThe actor gave a talk to today at the Cannes Film Festival.
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    Thank Gotti for These Videos of John Travolta Dancing With 50 Cent at CannesTuesday night at Cannes — it’s for the boys!
  6. Under the Silver Lake Is Loopy, Paranoid, and Extremely of Its TimeAndrew Garfield stars in the oddball L.A. mystery from It Follows director David Robert Mitchell.
  7. Lars von Trier’s The House That Jack Built Is a Narcissistic, Ugly SlogCannes’s “persona non grata” returns to the festival with a violent, banal, navel-gazing session.
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    Cate Blanchett and Famous Women Made a Stand for Representation at Cannes“Women are not a minority in the world, yet the current state of our industry says otherwise.”
  9. Ash Is Purest White Is an Unrequited Love Story Set in China’s 2000sJia Zhangke’s latest portrait of recent Chinese history is a long, strange, lovelorn trip — maybe a little too long.
  10. the man who killed don quixote
    The Making of Terry Gilliam’s Don Quixote Is Getting Another DocumentaryThe film’s production was first chronicled in Lost in La Mancha, and will be explored further in He Dreams of Giants.
  11. Cold War Is a Stunning Love StoryPawel Pawlikowski’s follow up to the Oscar-winning Ida is a passionate heartbreaker told through music and across decades.
  12. The Lesbian Coming-of-Age Film Banned in Kenya Premiered at CannesRafiki’s lead protagonists and their endless reserve of raw, bittersweet chemistry are the film’s greatest asset.
  13. A Roomful of Men Asked Carey Mulligan Terrible Questions at CannesGet it together, monsieurs.
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    Terry Gilliam Had a Stroke But Man Who Killed Don Quixote Will Finally ScreenBut the director will be ready to celebrate The Man Who Killed Don Quixote on the Palais.
  15. Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem Shine in Soapy-Yet-Substantial Everybody KnowsThe Oscar-winning Asghar Farhadi changes locales to the picturesque wine country outside Madrid for his foray into Spanish-language cinema.
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    The Women on the Cannes Jury Will Make You Forget About the Met BallCate Blanchett, Ava DuVernay, Kristen Stewart, Léa Seydoux, and Burundian singer Khadja Nin joined forces to create a Voltron of glamour.
  17. Netflix Reportedly Might Not Bring Any Films to Cannes AnywayCannes barred the streaming platform’s movies from competition, but still left the door open for Netflix to screen its films during the festival.