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Sydney 2017: The Square review: Dir. Ruben Östlund (2017)

The Square review: Ruben Östlund returns with this humoursly layered tale The Square review by Paul Heath, May 2017. Filmmaker Ruben Östlund returned to the Cannes...

Sydney 2017: In The Fade review: Dir. Fatih Akin (2017)

In The Fade review: Diane Kruger leads the cast of this German-language feature from director Fatih Akin, a film that is part-courtroom drama, part...

Sydney 2017: Good Time review: Dir. Josh & Benny Safde

Good Time review: The Safdie brothers, Josh and Benny unite with Hollywood heartthrob Robert Pattinson for this thrilling drama revolving around a heist movie gone...

Cannes 2017: Ruben Östlund’s The Square bags the Palme d’Or

Last night, the jury of the 70th Festival de Cannes awarded the prestigious Palme d'Or to Ruben Östlund's comedy drama The Square. The film, which...

Cannes 2017: Rodin review: Dir. Jacques Doillon (2017)

Rodin review: Jacques Doillon directs this really rather dull and uneventful biopic of legendary French artist Auguste Rodin in Rodin, making its way into...

Cannes 2017: 24 Frames review: Dir. Abbas Kiarostami (2017)

24 Frames review: Abbas Kiarostami's posthumous work screens at the 70th Festival de Cannes as part of its 70th birthday celebrations. 24 Frames review by Paul...

Cannes 2017: The Beguiled review: Dir. Sofia Coppola (2017)

The Beguiled review: Sofia Coppola enters the official competition in Cannes with this new version of the 1966 novel full of Southern Belles and...

Cannes 2017: Radiance review: Dir. Naomi Kawase (2017)

Radiance review: Possibly the gentlest of features competition for this year’s Palme d’Or, Naomi Kawase’s latest shows the hidden depths of cinema, combined with...

Cannes 2017: Al Gore on An Inconvenient Sequel and the continuing...

On Monday afternoon, former Vice President Of The United States Al Gore arrived here on the Croisette to introduce his film An Inconvenient Sequel:...

Cannes 2017: An Inconvenient Sequel review: Dir. Bonni Cohen, Jon Shenk...

An Inconvenient Sequel review: Al Gore opens up the climate change debate once again and reflects on the what's happened since the debut of...