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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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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.
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High Wire: An Interview with Abel Ferrara

An interview with Abel Ferrara & his many collaborators concerning their new film in Cannes, "Alive in France".
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Cannes 2017. Two Hongs Make It Right: Hong Sang-soo's "Claire's Camera" and "The Day After"

The South Korean director premieres two new films in Cannes, one shot in the town itself last year, the other selected for the Competition.
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True Fan: An Interview with Takashi Miike

An interview with Takashi Miike concerning his new film in Cannes, "Blade of the Immortal".
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"Twin Peaks," Episodes 1 & 2 Recap: Do Not Drop Up

We begin our new series covering David Lynch's limited 18-episode continuation of his and Mark Frost's "Twin Peaks" television series.
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Cannes 2017. Michael Haneke's "Happy End"

The Austrian auteur's follow-up to the Palme d'Or winning "Amour" explores the internal poisons of a wealthy French family.
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Cannes 2017. Directors' Fortnight Q&A: Abel Ferrara

The American director answers questions regarding his movie "Alive in France" after its world premiere.
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Cannes 2017. A Parisian Triangle—Philippe Garrel's "Lover for a Day"

Garrel proves he is nearly alone is continuing the French New Wave’s revolution of creating celluloid myths from mere bedrooms and cafes.
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Cannes 2017. Forever Killing—Takashi Miike's "Blade of the Immortal"

The Japanese maverick vigorously adapts Hiroaki Samura's manga about an swordsman beset by immortality. The result: a bloodbath.
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Cannes 2017. Thinking Outside the Box—Ruben Östlund's “The Square”

With its formal contract and razor-sharp black humor, Ruben Östlund's follow-up to "Force Majeure" is gripping from frame one.