Cannes 2017

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You Were Never Really Here review - Joaquin Phoenix turns Travis Bickle
Lynne Ramsay’s portrait of a traumatised tough guy on a rescue mission is a dreamlike drama that wilfully defies convention

Peter Bradshaw

08, Mar, 2018 @3:29 PM

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Painted into a corner: is the art world unfilmable?
Cinema has long struggled to satirise the art world. But can the Palme d’Or-winning The Square buck the trend?

Steve Rose

06, Mar, 2018 @9:00 AM

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Controversial Russian director Andrey Zvyagintsev: 'Dissident? I'm more of a clown'
Leviathan director Zvyagintsev holds up a mirror to corruption and hard times in Russia. He talks about his new film, Loveless, and how he fell out with the political establishment

Xan Brooks

12, Jan, 2018 @11:00 AM

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Step inside Butterfly’s house in virtual reality opera night
Arts are embracing cutting-edge tech in Puccini production

Vanessa Thorpe Arts and Media Correspondent

10, Jun, 2017 @11:04 PM

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Chloë Grace Moretz 'appalled and angry' over body-shaming poster
The billboard for the actor’s new animated film Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs has attracted criticism for its beauty standards message

Gwilym Mumford

01, Jun, 2017 @10:45 AM

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A stranger grabbed my hand in the dark. What would you have done? | Peter Bradshaw
When a film producer sitting next to me in the cinema mistook my hand for his wife’s I didn’t know how to react

Peter Bradshaw

31, May, 2017 @4:40 PM

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Hollywood and TV put the squeeze on UK's low-budget film-makers
Small productions struggle to hit the big screen due to fashion for mega-budget TV dramas and risk-averse US studios focusing on superhero blockbusters

Mark Sweney

31, May, 2017 @8:22 AM

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Jessica Chastain: the portrayal of women in films is disturbing
The actor and jury member hit out at the lack of female voices at the film festival during the closing press conference

Gwilym Mumford

30, May, 2017 @11:00 AM

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Cannes 2017 awards: visceral power overlooked in favour of bourgeois absurdity | Peter Bradshaw
The Square was a decent pick for the Palme d’Or but there were disappointments: notably the jury’s failure to get fully behind the outstanding Russian film Loveless

Peter Bradshaw

28, May, 2017 @8:06 PM

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Cannes 2017: Ruben Östlund's The Square wins the Palme d'Or – as it happened
All the awards from the 70th Cannes film festival, where the Danish director’s art-world satire has won the top prize

Gwilym Mumford

28, May, 2017 @7:22 PM

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Cannes 2017: Ruben Östlund wins Palme d'Or for The Square
Swedish director takes Cannes’ top prize for an art-world satire featuring Elisabeth Moss and Dominic West

Andrew Pulver

28, May, 2017 @6:43 PM

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Cannes 2017: full list of winners
All the awards from the 70th edition of the Cannes film festival

Guardian film

28, May, 2017 @5:33 PM

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