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Churchill

'Churchill': Review

30-May-2017

Brian Cox turns in a solid performance as Winston Churchill in this talky biopic set against the backdrop of the Second World War

Based On A True Story

'Based On A True Story': Cannes Review

27-May-2017

Playing Out Of Competition, Polanski’s latest harks back to his early work.

You Were Never Really Here

'You Were Never Really Here': Cannes Review

26-May-2017

Joaquin Phoenix turns in a masterful performance as a hired gun in Lynne Ramsay’s blistering fourth feature

Makala

'Makala': Cannes Review

26-May-2017

A Congolese charcoal seller attempts to build a better life for himself in this Critics Week-winning documentary

In The Fade

'In The Fade': Cannes Review

26-May-2017

An unflinching Diane Kruger anchors this unfortunately-timed drama about a terrorist attack in Hamburg

Bushwick

'Bushwick': Cannes Review

26-May-2017

Dirs. Cary Murnion & Jonathan Milott. US. 2016. 93mins

Djam

'Djam': Cannes Review

26-May-2017

Tony Gatlif’s latest is a female road movie set between Greece and Turkey

The Desert Bride

'The Desert Bride': Cannes Review

26-May-2017

A long-distance bus ride turns into an adventure for Pauline Garcia’s Argentinian maid

Zombillenium

'Zombillenium': Cannes Review

26-May-2017

A new employee must find his feet at a monster theme park in this French animation

12 Days

'12 Days': Cannes Review

26-May-2017

Raymond Depardon’s latest doc takes in life at a French psychiatric hospital

I Am Not A Witch

'I Am Not A Witch': Cannes Review

26-May-2017

An arresting debut from Rungano Nyoni is set in and around Zambia’s capital city Lusaka

Amant Double

'Amant Double': Cannes Review

25-May-2017

A surprising change of pace for Francois Ozon sees the French auteur venturing into De Palma territory

The Nothing Factory

'The Nothing Factory': Cannes Review

25-May-2017

This Portugese labour relations drama - with songs - is an adventurous, energetic piece

A Gentle Creature

'A Gentle Creature': Cannes Review

25-May-2017

Dir/scr Sergei Loznitsa. Fr/Ger/Lith/Neth, 2017. 143mins.

The merciless

'The Merciless': Cannes Review

25-May-2017

South Korea has another international hit on its hands with this crime-based noir thriller

Robert Pattinson in Good Time

'Good Time': Cannes Review

25-May-2017

The Safdie brothers unite with Robert Pattinson for an “unforgettable ride”

The Summit

'The Summit': Cannes Review

24-May-2017

Ricardo Darin plays the newly elected Argentine president in Santiago Mitre’s character drama

Closeness

'Closeness': Cannes Review

24-May-2017

A social realist debut from Kantemir Balagov is an intense film influenced by the Dardenne brothers

Marlina The Murderer In Four Acts

'Marlina The Murderer In Four Acts': Cannes Review

24-May-2017

Feminist western set in rural Indonesia is a modest gem in Directors’ Fortnight

Scaffolding

'Scaffolding': Cannes Review (ACID)

24-May-2017

Israeli drama of a tense father-son relationship by first-timer Matan Yair

Nothingwood

'Nothingwood': Cannes Review

24-May-2017

Crowdpleasing doc about the Ed Wood of Afghanistan is educational, touching and hilarious

The Beguiled

'The Beguiled': Cannes Review

24-May-2017

Sofia Coppola enchants with The Beguiled, a Civil War drama with Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman and Kirsten Dunst

Dragon's Defense

'The Dragon's Defense': Cannes Review

24-May-2017

Chess is life for a trio of 50-something friends in Bogota

Rodin

'Rodin': Cannes Review

24-May-2017

Sombe biopic of the sculptor on the centenary of his death

After The War

'After The War': Cannes Review

23-May-2017

A former terrorist hides out in France with is teenage daugher in Annarita Zambrano’s debut

Montparnasse Bienvenue (Jeune Femme)

'Montparnasse Bienvenue' (Jeune Femme): Cannes Review

23-May-2017

Laetitia Dosch dominates this Paris-set story of a woman in emotional freefall after a break-up

La Familia

'La Familia': Cannes Review

23-May-2017

Gustavo Rondón Córdova makes his feature debut with an unconventional chase movie set in Caracas

Frost

'Frost': Cannes Review

23-May-2017

Lithuanian filmmaker Sharunas Bartas journeys into the Ukrainian conflict

Radiance

'Radiance': Cannes Review

23-May-2017

Dir/scr: Naomi Kawase. Jap/Fr. 2017. 101 mins.

Golden Years

'Golden Years': Cannes Review

23-May-2017

Andre Techine’s latest sees a World War I deserter reinvent himself as a woman named Suzanne

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