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Festival

Cannes Correspondences #7: The Wonder of Werner Herzog and Terrence Malick

New films by Werner Herzog (“Family Romance, LLC.”) and Terrence Malick (“A Hidden Life”) reveal the ecstatic side of the world.
Festival

Cannes Correspondences #6: Teenage Martyrs and Lighthouse Keepers

Our sixth Cannes dispatch focusses on Bruno Dumont’s “Jeanne” and Robert Eggers’ fulminating, feverish “The Lighthouse”
Column

Video Sundays: Hou Hsiao-hsien and Horror

Recommended viewing: Hou Hsiao-Hsien’s vision of Taiwan inspires a horror video game that reckons with the Taiwanese White Terror.
Festival

Cannes Correspondences #5: Haitian Zombis, Insidious Plants, Takashi Miike

From Cannes we report on a zombi film from Bertrand Bonello, Jessica Hausner’s wry sci-fi “Little Joe,” and a Takashi Miike extravaganza.
Festival

Cannes Correspondences #4: Struggling for Justice, Overcoming Grief

Cannes coverage continues with Ken Loach’s “Sorry We Missed You,” Ladj Ly’s “Les Misérables,” and Hlynur Pálmason’s “A White, White Day”
Column

Movie Poster of the Week: The Posters of the 2019 Cannes Competition

The annual round-up of posters for the films vying for this year’s Palme d’Or.
Interview

Painting in Larger Strokes: Joanna Hogg Discusses “The Souvenir”

The British director discusses her semi-autobiographical new movie and working with Honor Swinton-Bryne and Tilda Swinton.
Feature

Do, and Teach: The Workshop Films of Raúl Ruiz

The completion and release of a film, “The Wandering Soap Opera,” made in a student workshop, reveals a hidden side of Raúl Ruiz’s cinema.
Festival

Cannes Correspondences #3: When Push Comes to Shove

Our critic’s dispatch covers the Brazilian rural siege film “Bacurau,” the post-war Russian melodrama “Beanpole,” and Mati Diop’s debut.
Festival

Cannes Correspondences #2: Of Zombies and Deerskin Jackets

Jim Jarmusch’s opening film, “The Dead Don’t Die,” disappoints, while Quentin Dupieux’s latest gonzo comedy, “Deerskin,” is full of spirit.
News

Rushes: Doris Day, Cannes Trailers, Portrait of Joanna Hogg

This week’s essential news, articles, sounds, videos and more from the film world.
Festival

Cannes Correspondences #1: Festival Preview

A look at what’s exciting—as well as what’s at stake—at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival, the Directors’ Fortnight, and Critics’ Week.