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70th CANNES FILM FESTIVAL

Reporting from the Croisette films premiering at the 2017 Festival de Cannes, Directors' Fortnight, and Critics' Week.
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Faces & Landscapes: An Interview with Sharunas Bartas

An interview with Sharunas Bartas concerning his new film in Cannes, "Frost".
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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".
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Cannes 2017. Family Matters—Noah Baumbach’s “The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)”

The American director's new film, a quiet New York-set drama, is his first appearance at the Cannes Film Festival.
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Cannes 2017. Caged In—Sofia Coppola's “The Beguiled”

Adapting Thomas P. Cullinan’s gothic novel "A Painted Devil " marks new territory for Sofia Coppola.
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The Lifecycle of a Franchise: "Alien" and its Offspring

Viewing the eight films that encompass the Alien series—including its sequels, prequels, and spin-offs—as a complete body of work.
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Cannes 2017. Retro Futurist—Kiyoshi Kurosawa's "Before We Vanish"

Part ghost story, goofy comedy, marital melodrama, rebel youth film, action movie and sci-fi—all immensely fun and impeccably made.
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Cannes 2017. Singing Soul Rebel—Bruno Dumont's "Jeannette: The Childhood of Joan of Arc"

The most joyful discovery in Cannes is an electro-musical dance film on the adolescent life of Joan of Arc.
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Cannes 2017. Funny Games—Yorgos Lanthimos’ “The Killing of a Sacred Deer”

The second English-language film by the Greek auteur of "The Lobster" renders a twisted suburban nightmare with the stuff of Hellenic myth.