Festivals & Events

Festivals & Events


Dress Codes, EO, Fatigue and Dealmaking: Sarah Winshall’s Cannes Diary #2

I’ve hit the fatigue section of my journey. Time is irrelevant, and I spilled several glasses of water during pitch meetings because my motor skills are suffering. I read back on my last journal, and it seems like a story…  Read more

By May 22, 2022

Cannes 2022: Brother and Sister, Pamfir, R.M.N.

Melvil Poupaud in Brother and SisterMelvil Poupaud in Brother and Sister

Arnaud Desplechin’s Brother and Sister ended to the audible reception of somewhere around seven boos, two derisive whistles and nothing else; if you’re someone who believes indifference is a worse reaction than active hostility, this somehow seemed to split the worst possible…  Read more

By May 22, 2022

Cannes 2022: Eo, Enys Men


“What if this movie’s just a donkey green screened onto a bunch of Koyaanisqatsi-looking footage?” I joked to a friend as the lights dimmed for Polish master Jerzy Skolimowski’s new film, Eo. It wasn’t, but honestly I wasn’t as far…  Read more

By May 21, 2022

Cannes 2022: One Fine Morning, Armageddon Time

Pascal Greggory and Léa Seydoux in One Fine MorningPascal Greggory and Léa Seydoux in One Fine Morning

One Fine Morning, Mia Hansen-Løve’s eight feature, messily synthesizes familiar recurring autobiographical threads. The writer-directors’s parents were philosophers whose divorce was traced over in the excellent Things to Come. Isabelle Huppert stood in for her mother there; One Fine Morning takes the daughter’s perspective,…  Read more

By May 20, 2022

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