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Cannes 2024: Anora review—a star is born in Sean Baker’s blazing tale of excess

May 23, 2024

Mikey Madison lights up like a firework in Sean Baker’s Anora, in a performance that we’ll be talking about for years to come. 

BY Iana Murray

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Cannes 2024: September Says review—a wonderfully weird portrait of sisters

May 22, 2024

Ariane Labed's September Says—competing as part of Un Certain Regard—is a compelling debut feature from a director who should go on to greater things.

BY Kitty Grady

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Cannes 2024: The Substance review—a twisted symphony of blood, guts and breasts

May 21, 2024

Coralie Fargeat's second feature is a Cronenbergian tale of fame and ageing. Despite it's exhilirating body horror, the film is hollow at its core, says Iana Murray.

BY Iana Murray

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Cannes 2024: Megalopolis review—leap-of-faith cinema with a beating heart

May 20, 2024

Francis Ford Coppola's decades-long passion project, fails spectacularly—though it's not without meaning.

BY Luke Georgiades

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Cannes 2024: The Surfer review—a cult movie in the making 

May 20, 2024

Lorcan Finnegan's splashy follow-up to Vivarium and Nocebo offers one of Nicolas Cage's best performances.

BY Matthew Turner

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Cannes 2024: Emilia Perez review—an edgy musical of style and substance

May 19, 2024

Jacques Audiard's subversive musical is deservedly pegged to win the Palme d’Or.

BY Kitty Grady

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Cannes 2024: Kinds of Kindness review—a triptych of elevated weirdness

May 17, 2024

Yorgos Lanthimos's follow-up to Poor Things is a return to the Greek director's weird roots, says Anna Bogutskaya.

BY Anna Bogutskaya

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Cannes 2024: The Girl with the Needle review—a sumptuously grim fairytale

May 16, 2024

Playing in Competition at the 2024 Cannes Film Festival, The Girl with the Needle is a powerful and macabre tale that confirms Magnus von Horn as a major talent.

BY Matthew Turner

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Cannes 2024: Wild Diamond review—a tale of girlhood under the influence

May 16, 2024

Agathe Riedinger's debut film, Wild Diamond—in competition at Cannes Film Festival—excavates social media culture, but despite its glittering premise, fails to live up to its potential.

BY Iana Murray

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Cannes 2024: The Second Act review—a soufflé of cinematic satire

May 15, 2024

Cannes Film Festival's inaugural film, The Second Act by Quentin Dupieux, is a film about a film which ultimately falls a bit flat, writes Andy Hazel.

BY Andy Hazel

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Oh, Paul Schrader

May 13, 2024

The great writer-director Paul Schrader describes his upbringing, his fascination with metaphors and symbolism, his next feature, Oh, Canada (starring Jacob Elordi) and why cinema has become more prudish.

BY Chris Cotonou

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Cannes 2024: Seven unmissable films playing this year

May 3, 2024

The biggest film festival in the world is back with a typically impressive lineup.

BY Luke Georgiades

 

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