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Reporting from the Croisette films premiering at the 2017 Festival de Cannes, Directors' Fortnight, and Critics' Week.

Cannes 2017. Through a Genre Darkly—Lynne Ramsay's "You Were Never Really Here"

Lynne Ramsay’s adaptation starring Joaquin Phoenix of Jonathan Ames’s novel is a genre film fiercely empathetic and brutally honed.

Cannes 2017. Russia's Prison System—Sergei Loznitsa's "A Gentle Creature"

After several great documentaries, the Ukrainian director turns to a morose, dense drama exploring the absurdity of Russia's prison system.

Cannes 2017. Awards

All the awards given at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, Directors' Fortnight and Critics' Week.

Their Western Moment: A Conversation with Valeska Grisebach

The German director discusses "Western," her reinvention of the genre film with German workers setting up a foreign camp in Bulgaria.

Cannes 2017. Josh & Benny Safdie's “Good Time”

Two New York directors leap from indies into Cannes competition by rewriting a familiar crime drama with their own distinctive voices.

A Common Fabric: Nikolaus Geyrhalter's "Over the Years"

Ten years in the making, the Austrian documentary is a group portrait in every sense of the word.

Faces & Landscapes: An Interview with Sharunas Bartas

An interview with Sharunas Bartas about his new film in Cannes, "Frost".

On the Verge of Heaven: An Interview with Bruno Dumont

A conversation with Bruno Dumont in Cannes about his dancing musical, "Jeannette: The Childhood of Joan of Arc".

Cannes 2017. A Master's Final Frames—Abbas Kiarostami's "24 Frames"

Movingly presented at the largest cinema in Cannes, the Iranian auteur's final film may be the most experimental ever shown at the festival.

Cannes 2017. Regional Fragments—Kantemir Balagov’s “Closeness”

Tender and brutal, this debut is a film filled with ugliness and beauty, and it marks an unknown as a director to watch.

Cannes 2017. Directors' Fortnight Q&A: Rungano Nyoni

The Zambian director answers questions regarding her movie "I Am Not a Witch" after its world premiere.

Cannes 2017. A Cold War Affair—Claude Lanzmann's "Napalm"

The legendary director of "Shoah" turns the camera on himself to recount an amazing story of a love affair he had in North Korea.