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by - Jordan Mintzer - 18 May 2015

‘The Measure of a Man’ (‘La Loi du marche’): Cannes Review
Stephane Brize (“Mademoiselle Chambon”) plays Cannes competition for the first time.Teaming up once again for a film that leaves many things unsaid while saying a whole lot, director Stephane Brize and star Vincent Lindon offer up an impressive foray into social drama with the...

by - Peter Debruge - 17 May 2015

Cannes Film Review: ‘Mon roi’
Sometimes the hardest thing in life is to recognize that a relationship has run its course — or more difficult still, that the match may not have been healthy in the first place. In her fourth film as director, French actress-turned-helmer Maiwenn is concerned first and foremost with her...

by - Eric Kohn - 17 May 2015

 Todd Haynes' 'Carol' is a Masterful Lesbian Romance Starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara
The director's adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's "The Price of Salt" does justice to the work and then some. Though Todd Haynes' "Carol" is a measured, faithful adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's 1952 lesbian romance "The Price of Salt," there's no mistaking its...

by - Tatiana Siegel - 16 May 2015

Cannes: Salma Hayek Talks Sexism in Hollywood at 'Women in Motion' Panel
The "Women in Motion" talks, presented by The Hollywood Reporter and luxury group Kering, continued Saturday with a Salma Hayek and Matthias Schoenaerts conversation that tackled gender disparity in Hollywood.Janice Min, president and chief creative officer of THR parent Guggenheim Media's...

by - Peter Bradshaw - 16 May 2015

My Mother review: Nanni Moretti's meta-movie is his best since The Son's Room
Fourteen years after the Italian director won the Palme d’Or with his bereavement drama, he returns to the domestic with the tale of a film director juggling her teenage daughter, formidable mum and a needy Hollywood star