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Rewind CEO Sol Rogers talks immersive tech ahead of MPS opening keynote

Rogers will speak at the Media Production show at 10.45 on June 12.

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Oscar-winning producer Simon Chinn discusses doc market 'explosion' ahead of MPS talk

Chinn will open the Media Production Show talks on June 12.

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Emmy-winning cinematographer Doug Allan to speak at Media Production Show

Allan was principal cameraman on productions including ‘Frozen Planet’ and ‘The Blue Planet’.

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Head Gear's Phil Hunt to size up UK indie landscape at MPS

Head Gear’s founder will speak on an indie film panel on June 13 at the Media Production Show.


Palme d'Or winner Hirokazu Kore-eda on the family ties that inspired 'Shoplifters'

Kore-eda’s film was his fifth to be selected for Cannes Competition.

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"It was so absurd": Terry Gilliam on the 18-year journey to make 'Don Quixote'

Gilliam’s film screens out of Competition at Cannes this weekend, after a protracted legal dispute.

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Matteo Garrone on reaching into his past with Cannes Competition title 'Dogman'

The Italian filmmaker returns to Competition for the fourth time, three years after ‘Tale Of Tales’.

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'Burning' director Lee Chang-dong on his “ambiguous” Cannes Competition title

The film stars Yoo Ah-in, Steven Yeun, and Jeon Jong-seo.

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Kevin Macdonald on uncovering child abuse allegations in his new Whitney Houston doc

Cannes premiere tells the authorised story of the singer’s incredible career, troubled marriage and mysterious death in 2012.

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Lukas Dhont talks genderless casting for his Cannes transgender film 'Girl'

Dhont was inspired by a 15 year old who spoke openly about being born in the wrong body.

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Director Ali Abbasi on how Cannes title 'Border' channels "the experience of being a minority"

Abbasi lived for 20 years in Iran, then studied in Sweden before moving to his current home in Denmark.

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Paul Dano on his directing debut 'Wildlife' and writing with girlfriend Zoe Kazan

Dano opened Cannes Critic’s Week with his directing debut Wildlife, which premiered at Sundance.