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Bu ay Cannes Film Festivali’nde yılın en iyi filmleri gösterilirken biz de Boulevard de la Croisette’te gezintiye çıkıyor ve geçmiş festivalde dikkat çeken favori filmlerle keyif alıyoruz. İyi gösterimler!

The Death of Mr. Lăzărescu

Cristi Puiu Romanya, 2005

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Two years before his compatriot Cristian Mungiu won the Palme d’Or, Cristi Puiu won a prize at Cannes for this ingenious 21st-century classic, a key film from the Romanian New Wave. A pitch-black and Kafkaesque contemporary comedy, it reveals the myriad nuances involved in the quest for human care.

Düs ve Gerçek

Arnaud Desplechin Fransa, 2013

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Director Arnaud Desplechin has a new film in Cannes this year, inspiring us to revive one of his strangest yet most compelling melodramas. A poignant character portrait of a unique cross-cultural friendship, the film is also a tremendous showcase for actors Benicio Del Toro and Mathieu Amalric.

Hara-kiri: Death of a Samurai

Takashi Miike Japonya, 2011

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Following the explosive 13 Assassins, the iconoclastic Takashi Miike revisited the samurai genre with this underrated remake of the 1962 classic Harakiri. Scored by the legendary Ryuichi Sakamoto, Death of a Samurai is a elegant reckoning with notions of sacrifice and duty in the 17th century.

Yasam Savasi

Valérie Donzelli Fransa, 2011

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Valerie Donzelli arrived on the French independent cinema scene as a sort of UFO with her low-budget eccentric and bubbly films. While her second feature (which stars as always her partner in crime Jeremie Elkaïm) tackles illness with emotional honesty, it still bursts with heart-warming vivacity.

Paramparça 'Asklar-Köpekler'

Alejandro González Iñárritu Meksika, 2000

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Academy Award winner Alejandro González Iñárritu’s humanist vision was already fully accomplished with his groundbreaking first feature, which also made Gael García Bernal a star. Amores Perros, with its kinetic, mosaic sense of storytelling, is a landmark film from contemporary Mexican cinema.

4 ay, 3 hafta, 2 gün

Cristian Mungiu Romanya, 2007

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Alongside Cristi Puiu’s The Death of Mr. Lazarescu, this harrowing Palme d’Or winner from Cristian Mungiu may be the defining film of the Romanian New Wave. Nail-biting and suspenseful, 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days is a stirring socio-realist thriller, led by the exceptional Anamaria Marinca.

Yolcu

Tommy Lee Jones ABD, 2014

Not since 1992’s Unforgiven has a western at once revived and furthered the waning genre. Tommy Lee Jones’ sublime The Homesman and its revelatory consideration of the white woman’s experience on the frontier, does just that. Starring Hilary Swank, Meryl Streep, James Spader, and Jones himself.

Bisikletli Çocuk

Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne Belçika, 2011

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Breaking from tradition, two-time Palme d’Or winners Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne—who are back in Cannes this year with a new film—cast a star, Belgian actress Cécile de France, for this bright and buoyantly optimistic socially-conscious fairytale. Winner of the Cannes Film Festival’s Grand Prix.

Paranoid Park

Gus Van Sant ABD, 2007

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Following Elephant and Last Days, Gus Van Sant returned to Cannes with this dreamlike tale of guilt and loneliness in suburbia. Shot by Christopher Doyle, the legendary DP best known for his work with Wong Kar-wai, Paranoid Park is a rare, haunting immersion into youth and its deluge of emotions.

Kimse Farketmiyor

Hirokazu Kore-eda Japonya, 2004

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With Hirokazu Kore-eda taking home the top prize at Cannes last year, we thought it fitting to revive another of his prize-winning gems. A heartbreaking family drama, like Shoplifters it has the guts to expose a side of Japanese society little seen, yet crucially dramatizes it with great compassion.

Caramel

Nadine Labaki Lübnan, 2007

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Last year Lebanese director Nadine Labaki made quite a splash with her Cannes Jury Prize winner Capernaüm. Thus we rewind back to her debut film Caramel, a delightful mosaic of women’s lives. A triple threat: Labaki wrote, directed and starred in this charming ode to female friendship.

Deccal

Lars von Trier Danimarka, 2009

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With the Cannes Film Festival rolling out the red carpet this week, we offer an annual takeover series spotlighting recent Cannes favorites. First up is one of the most extreme cinematic provocations: Lars von Trier’s Antichrist. An endurance test for which Charlotte Gainsbourg won Best Actress.

Mavi En Sicak Renktir

Abdellatif Kechiche Fransa, 2013

In one of the most extraordinary film performances in modern cinema, Adèle Exarchopoulos soars as a young woman exploring her sexuality in this masterful coming-of-age chronicle. Winner of the 2013 Palme d’Or for Kechiche and, in a Cannes Film Festival first, Exarchopoulos and co-star Léa Seydoux.

Gomorra

Matteo Garrone Italya, 2008

Without a hint of romanticism, Matteo Garrone’s acclaimed, authentic crime drama Gomorrah brings together a large ensemble of characters to build a broad panorama of the cause and effects of criminal life in Naples. Winner of the Grand Prix at the 2008 edition of the Cannes Film Festival.

Lamb

Yared Zeleke Etiyopya, 2015

The very first Ethiopian film to play Cannes, Yared Zeleke’s debut feature Lamb is a complexly tender vision of childhood under poverty. An enveloping, humble story nestled in the calming landscapes of rural Ethiopia—this is a rare modern film thoroughly invested in the power of the natural world.

A Self-Made Hero

Jacques Audiard Fransa, 1996

Before he took home the Palme d’Or for Dheepan, Jacques Audiard won Best Screenplay at Cannes for this sharp look at the pitfalls of myth-making during wartime. This story of a charlatan-turned-war-hero is microcosmic reflection on France’s own missteps in World War II. Starring Matthieu Kassovitz.

Fish Tank

Andrea Arnold Birlesik Krallik, 2009

Our Cannes Takeover continues with Andrea Arnold’s breakthrough, landmark social realist drama. A raw and potent look at a young woman’s rocky youth amidst poverty, Fish Tank is one of the best British films of the last decade. The fierce acting career of Michael Fassbender all started here.

Farewell My Concubine

Chen Kaige Çin, 1993

Winner of the 1993 Palme d’Or—to date, the only Chinese film to be given that honor—Farewell My Concubine is an expansive vision, combining classical theater, a widescreen movie epic, and a modern look at taboo sexuality into a sumptuous triumph. Cannes closes; same time next year!

Ogul odasi

Nanni Moretti Italya, 2001

As the Cannes Film Festival closes, we present a double bill of Palme d’Or winners leading up to Sunday’s awards ceremony. A Cannes mainstay, director Nanni Moretti took the top prize in 2001 for this gentle, tender story of tragedy and renewal—the 21st century arthouse at its warmest.

Bright Future

Kiyoshi Kurosawa Japonya, 2002

Starting in sex and thrills straight-to-video, Kiyoshi Kurosawa worked his way out of that cine-ghetto to forge a style equal parts chilly art-house and pulp genre. Pulse may be his best known film, but this eerily lovely drama secured his first (and so far, only) slot in the Cannes competition.

Sonatine

Takeshi Kitano Japonya, 1993

There seems little that TV entertainer, painter, actor, and seven times Cannes-selected filmmaker Takeshi Kitano can’t do. But he’s always been best known for what he does here, in his terrific breakout: deadpan yakuza films, honed to a quick blade’s edge, at once dark and tender, sad and funny.

Manuscripts Don't Burn

Mohammad Rasoulof Iran, 2013

One of the most vibrant cinema scenes of our era is in Iran, right under the nose of censors. Despite a government ban on his work—and with the crew uncredited, for safety—filmmaker Mohammad Rasoulof crafted this clandestine, fiery political thriller. Winner of the Critics Prize at Cannes.

Santa sangre

Alejandro Jodorowsky Meksika, 1989

Master of cult cinema Alejandro Jodorowsky, famed for such lysergic vision quests as El Topo and The Holy Mountain, came to Cannes 1989 with something new: a psychedelic time-shifting horror story! Bloody, brilliant proof the Croisette has housed some truly dangerous visions.

Mange tes morts

Jean-Charles Hue Fransa, 2014

Next in our Cannes series is an ace combo, part genre film (car races, crime!) and part French art movie (immersion in a rural community!) that premiered at Directors’ Fortnight and is showing exclusively on MUBI. “Daybreak and dusk…raw textures and whirlwind urges,” we wax in the Notebook.

Moonlighting

Jerzy Skolimowski Birlesik Krallik, 1982

We turn to the 1980s and the Cold War in our next Cannes selection, the winner of Best Screenplay in ’82. Polanski contemporary and Polish émigré Jerzy Skolimowski skewers not only his Communist fatherland, but his adopted Western home with razor-sharp observation and ingenuity.

Clean

Olivier Assayas Fransa, 2004

Director Olivier Assayas and superstar Maggie Cheung had a love affair in cinema, starting with the classic Irma Vep and leading to a real-life marriage that fell apart. They reunited at Cannes for this lovely tale of rebirth, which won Best Actress for Cheung and a prize for its nimble camerawork.

Ölü Adam

Jim Jarmusch ABD, 1995

King-of-cool Jim Jarmusch showed up to Cannes ’95 with possibly his best film: a self-described “Psychedelic Western”, rebuilding the genre as a ragged, comic, uniquely American trip with help from a hip cast (Johnny Depp! Iggy Pop! Robert Mitchum!) and scored to a mystic jam by Neil Young.

Il divo

Paolo Sorrentino Italya, 2008

Well before The Great Beauty launched him to new levels of arthouse superstardom, Paolo Sorrentino scooped the Jury Prize at Cannes with this wild true story of political corruption in Italy, starring Beauty star Toni Servillo. Part biopic, part thriller, and glossed to a gorgeous, decadent sheen!

Millennium Mambo

Hou Hsiao-hsien Tayvan, 2001

Taiwan’s Hou Hsiao-hsien, last seen at Cannes winning Best Director for The Assassin, brought to the 2001 fest this hypnotic cocktail of sex and longing, binding past and future together and awash in gorgeous neon colors. A sensuous, beloved work from a true modern master.

Köprü Üstü Asiklari

Léos Carax Fransa, 1991

The Cannes Film Festival unrolls its Riviera red carpet tomorrow, and we’re staging a Cannes Takeover for the next two weeks, as we play some of the best films that have shown at cinema’s most prestigious premiere event. Our opening film is Léos Carax’s grand, dazzlingly romantic ode to love.

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