Luxor * by Zeina Durra Egyptian-British film, 1 h 26 “The old world is dying, the new is slow to Read More

At the end of a somewhat chaotic closing ceremony, it’s good Titanium of the French Julia Ducournau who won the Read More

Great minds think alike. Favorite of The cross within this extraordinary edition of the Cannes Film Festival, Drive my car, Read More

“I made a few mistakes but I have no regrets. “ This is how Marco Bellochio closed on Thursday July Read More

Even seated on a high chair in a Cannes hotel bar, Vicky Krieps keeps her feet on the ground. However, Read More

Memoria *** by Apichatpong Weerasethakul International co-production, 2:13 In theaters in November In Cannes, the days go by and are Read More

A Cannes Film Festival in July is as incongruous as a Tour de France in the middle of winter. The Read More

The Olympics ** by Jacques Audiard French film, 1 h 46 ——– France *** by Bruno Dumont French film, 2:14 Read More

Faithful to its political tradition, the Cannes Film Festival, a formidable sounding board for world cinema, has taken the courageous Read More