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by www.standard.co.uk - David Sexton - 21 May 2014

The Search starring Bérénice Bejo, Cannes Film Festival - film review
Michel Hazanavicius's last release, The Artist, which won him the Oscar for Best Director in 2012, was a lightweight confection, majoring on charm. The Search, again casting his wife Bérénice Bejo in the lead role, filmed in Georgia, is an immense (two hours and 29 minutes) and...

by www.variety.com - Scott Foundas - 20 May 2014

Cannes Film Review: ‘Two Days, One Night’
The Dardenne brothers take on a movie star and lose none of their beautifully observed verisimilitude in another powerhouse slice of working-class Belgian life.

by www.independent.co.uk - Louise Jury - 19 May 2014

Palme d'Or contender Maps to the Stars paints a seedy picture of Hollywood
A new David Cronenberg film paints a “very familiar” picture of the ambition and greed of Hollywood, according to its star John Cusack.The Con Air and Being John Malkovich actor said Maps to the Stars, which also features Julianne Moore, Robert Pattinson and Mia Wasikowska, was a...

by www.hollywoodreporter.com - Gregg Kilday - 19 May 2014

Director Bennett Miller on Partnering With Channing Tatum for 'Foxcatcher'
A Cannes virgin, the "Foxcatcher" director reveals how he cast Steve Carell (a shared love for Jerry Lewis helped) and what was in the letter he received from Harper Lee.Bennett Miller, 47, a Cannes newbie, is entering the competition for the first time with Foxcatcher, starring Steve...

by www.news.com.au - 18 May 2014

‘The Rover’ starring Robert Pattison, Guy Pearce screens to rave reviews
David Michôd’s highly-anticipated second feature The Rover, a post-catastrophic thriller set in the South Australian outback, has screened to rave reviews at Cannes.Michôd’s long-awaited follow-up to 2010s knockout Animal Kingdom tips its hat to George Miller’s Mad Max trilogy while...