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Un Certain Regard Prizes 2021

Refocused on the discovery of emerging filmmakers, the 2021 Un Certain Regard has offered twenty features in its competition. Six of them were first films that compete as well for the Caméra d’or. The opening film was Arthur Harari’s Onoda –…

The Jury has announced the winners of the 24th Cinéfondation Selection

The Short Films and Cinéfondation Jury comprised of Sameh Alaa, Kaouther Ben Hania, Carlos Muguiro, Tuva Novotny, Nicolas Pariser and Alice Winocour, has awarded the 2021 Cinéfondation Prizes during a ceremony held in the Buñuel Theatre, followed by the screening…

Six international, national and local environmental projects supported by the Festival

The 74th edition of the Festival is underpinned by a sense of reuniting and coming together around this year’s selection – and a commitment to the environment and protecting our planet, too. Starting this year with several striking measures, the Festival…

The Surrogate (film review)

A gay couple asks one of their best friends to carry a baby for them, but complications get in the way, in the new film ‘The Surrogate.’ Josh (Chris Perfetti) has been best friends with Jess (Jasmine Batchelor) for the…

Sublet (film review)

A travel columnist from New York City goes to Tel Aviv to write about the city and sublets an apartment of a young good looking Israeli man but ends up drawn not just to Tel Aviv but to the young…

A Perfect Enemy

After having given a lecture, successful architect Jeremy Angust is approached on his trip to Paris by a strange young woman who will not leave him alone. She asks for a ride to the airport, coincidentally where is he going…

Bong Joon Ho returns to Cannes!

The Korean director will be back on the Croisette, after the triumph of Parasite in 2019, the latest Palme d’or to date and the first in the history of Korean cinema. Bong Joon Ho will be one of the special guests at…

The new film by Mamoru Hosoda will world premiere

Belle, the animation film by the Japanese director Mamoru Hosoda will be presented in world premiere during the 74th Festival de Cannes in the Cannes Premiere section. Following Wolf Children (2012), The Boy and the Beast (2015), and Mirai (2018), it is the first official Selection…

Get to know the whole story of the Festival de Cannes before the big night of July 6th!

From this evening – Friday, July 2nd – and throughout the weekend, you can watch previews of Olivia de Havilland, l’insoumise (The Rebellious Olivia de Havilland), by Daphné Baiwir, and Morceaux de Cannes (Pieces of Cannes) by Emmanuel Barnault: two landmark documentaries available for free on…

Jodie Foster, Matt Damon, Isabelle Huppert, Marco Bellocchio and Steve McQueen, “Rendez-vous”… at the Festival de Cannes!

Launched in the 90s, “Masterclasses” became a highlight of the 12 days at Cannes over the years. The Festival even decided to rename them “Rendez-vous with…” in 2018 and to stage more of them, so that the personal visions and…