Walter Salles

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Mark Kermode's DVD round-up
Jafar Panahi has been banned from making movies by the Iranian government. Which just makes his latest film all the more astonishing, writes Mark Kermode

Mark Kermode

24, Feb, 2013 @12:05 AM

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On the Road loses its way with lacklustre box-office debut
Charles Gant: Walter Salles's long-awaited adaptation of Jack Kerouac's 1957 novel posts a disappointing total to land seventh in the charts

Charles Gant

16, Oct, 2012 @11:31 AM

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On the Road – review
Years in the making, Walter Salles's movie adaptation of Kerouac's beat classic is bold, affecting and inherently sad, writes Philip French

Philip French

13, Oct, 2012 @11:06 PM

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Walter Salles on filming the unfilmable
It's taken 55 years to bring On the Road to the big screen. Here, director Walter Salles talks to Joanne O'Connor about crisscrossing America, sending his cast to 'beatnik bootcamp' – and how obtaining Jack Kerouac's 1951 manuscript of the book inspired him to film the unfilmable

Joanne O'Connor

06, Oct, 2012 @11:05 PM

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Why On The Road's journey is a bumpy ride

It's no surprise that the film adaptation of Kerouac's book is rocky: the Beats have rarely fared well on the big screen

John Patterson

05, Oct, 2012 @4:00 PM

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Sam Riley – interview

Having stunned us as Ian Curtis in Control, Sam Riley is now starring as Jack Kerouac in On the Road. Could he get any cooler? Tim Adams finds out

Tim Adams

22, Sep, 2012 @11:04 PM

So that was the Cannes film festival...

Crazed nuns, talking cars, whisky heists; slow death, true love, and several violent deaths for our canine cousins; rain, wind and more rain. That was Cannes 2012.

Charlotte Higgins

28, May, 2012 @11:56 AM

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Cannes 2012 roundup: Michael Haneke's Amour conquers all
From the bonkers Holy Motors to the disappointing On the Road, Cannes offered plenty of breadth, but only Michael Haneke's exquisite Amour ticked all the boxes for Jason Solomons

Jason Solomons

26, May, 2012 @11:04 PM

Cannes 2012: On the Road and Holy Motors - video review

Xan Brooks and Peter Bradshaw, who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, welcome Andrew Pulver to Cannes to tackle Walter Salles's adaptation of Jack Kerouac's On the Road. Plus a look at Holy Motors, a deeply strange film featuring Kylie Minogue and talking limousines that has divided the critics and could be a left-field choice for the Palme d'Or

Xan Brooks, Peter Bradshaw, Andrew Pulver, Elliot Smith and Henry Barnes

24, May, 2012 @9:51 AM

Cannes 2012: day eight premiers - in pictures

Holy Motors from French film-maker Leon Carax and One the Road from Brazilian director Walter Salles are among the films screening on day eight

23, May, 2012 @11:44 PM

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Cannes 2012: On the Road – review
Peter Bradshaw: Handsome shots and touching sadness don't compensate for the tedious air of self-congratulation in Walter Salles's road movie

Peter Bradshaw

23, May, 2012 @12:22 PM

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Cannes film festival set to honour the bookworm
Coveted Palme d'Or likely to go to a screen adaptation, with many of this year's entrants borrowing from literature

Charlotte Higgins in Cannes

18, May, 2012 @5:11 PM

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