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Cannes 2014 MUBI Coverage Roundup

MUBI’s coverage of the 2014 Festival de Cannes by Miriam Bale, Daniel Kasman, and Marie-Pierre Duhamel all in one place.
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Below you will find an index of our coverage of the 2014 Festival de Cannes by Miriam Bale, Daniel Kasman, and Marie-Pierre Duhamel. This post will be updated as new coverage is published.

MIRIAM BALE

Haunting the Croisette
on Adieu au langage and Maps to the Stars

The Coming-of-Age Film at Cannes
on The Wonders

MARIE-PIERRE DUHAMEL

Good Old "Cherzhez la femme"?  Notes on Abel Ferrara's Welcome to New York
Notes for David Cronenberg's Maps to the Stars

Two Cannes Films in Paris

on Two Days, One Night and Gente de bien

DANIEL KASMAN

Timbuktu (Abderrahmane Sissako)
Mr. Turner
(Mike Leigh)
The Captive
(Atom Egoyan)
The Blue Room (Mathieu Amalric)
Welcome to New York
(Abel Ferrara)
National Gallery
(Frederick Wiseman)
Force Majeure
(Ruben Östlund)
Eat Your Bones
(Jean-Charles Hue)
Jauja
(Lisandro Alonso)
Two Days, One Night
(Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne)
The Kindergarten Teacher (Navad Lapid)
Adieu au langage
(Jean-Luc Godard)
The Tale of the Princess Kaguya
(Isao Takahata)
Little Boy
 
(Isild Le Besco) + interview with the director
Clouds of Sils Maria
(Olivier Assayas)

The Pursuit of Freedom: Abel Ferrara Discusses Welcome to New York

NOTEWORTHY COVERAGE

#1
on films by Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Mike Leigh, Atom Egoyan, and more
#2
on films by Frederick Wiseman, David Cronenberg, Abel Ferrara, Bertrand Bonello, and the Dardenne brothers
#3

on films by Jean-Luc Godard, Olivier Assayas, Ken Loach, Xavier Dolan, and more 

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