Five Questions for Love Comes Later Director and La Semaine de la Critique Selectee, Sonejuhi Sinha

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To premiere at La Semaine de la Critique is a singular achievement in itself. For one thing, it comes with the boasting rights of having triumphed through a discerning selection process, one that whittles over 1,700 submissions down to a…  Read more


Cannes 2015: Five Questions for Carol Director Todd Haynes

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Todd Haynes reteams with Cate Blanchett, after 2007’s I’m Not There, for his latest Palme d’Or contender Carol. Based on Patricia Highsmith’s semi-autobiographical novel The Price of Salt, Rooney Mara plays shopgirl Therese, who falls in love with the older,…  Read more


Cannes 2015: Five Questions for Tale of Tales Director Matteo Garrone

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Italian director Matteo Garrone is no stranger to Cannes. He picked up the Grand Prix twice for his previous films Gomorrah (2008), exploring the Camorra mafia, and Reality (2012), about society’s obsession with reality TV. With his third film in…  Read more


“A Snapple Kind of Guy”: Co-Director Lev Kalman on L for Leisure

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A period piece best appreciated less for its historical relevance than its microscopic adoration of a forgotten pop zeitgeist, Lev Kalman and Whitney Horn’s L for Leisure is equal part class critique and deadpan laugh riot. Having previously directed the fantastical faux-’80s…  Read more