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by - 23 May 2014

CANNES: ‘Skunk’ Sniffs out Cinefondation Prize
CANNES – The Cannes Festival’s Cinefondation first prize was won by U.S. student film “Skunk.” It was directed by Annie Silverstein of the University of Texas at Austin.Second prizes was won by ”Oh Lucy!” by Atsuko Hirayanagi of the NYU Tisch School of the...

by - Eric Kohn - 22 May 2014

Cannes Review: Is Xavier Dolan's 'Mommy' His Best Film?
Xavier Dolan's startling first feature, 2009's "I Killed My Mother," was an impressive debut for the 19-year-old Quebecois actor-turned-filmmaker. Three more films swiftly followed -- "Heartbeats," "Laurence Anyways," and "Tom at the Farm" -- which were...

by - Mark Kermode - 22 May 2014

Ken Loach: 'What I've always tried to do is capture the truth of the moment'
Ken Loach remains one of Britain's best loved, most respected directors. As he heads off to Cannes with his latest movie, Jimmy's Hall, the great naturalistic film-maker answers questions from our readers and from cultural figures including Paul Mason, Lynne Ramsay and Nicholas Hytner

by - Jordan Mintzer - 21 May 2014

'Of Men and War' ('Des hommes et de la guerre'): Cannes Review
The horrors of the battlefield come home to roost in ways that are both riveting and deeply disturbing in Of Men and War (Des hommes et de la guerre), a remarkable chronicle of Iraq War veterans suffering from the devastating effects of PTSD. Made over a period of five years at a military...

by - 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...