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American director Sean Baker wins Palme d’Or for ‘Anora’ at Cannes Film Festival - nypost.com - USA - Florida - India - Russia - Iran - city Mumbai
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25.05.2024 / 18:57

American director Sean Baker wins Palme d’Or for ‘Anora’ at Cannes Film Festival

Sean Baker’s “Anora,” a comic but devastating Brooklyn odyssey about a sex worker who marries the son of a wealthy Russian oligarch, has won the Cannes Film Festival’s top award, the Palme d’Or.Baker accepted the prize with his movie’s star, Mikey Madison, watching in the audience at the Cannes closing ceremony Saturday. The win for “Anora” marks a new high point for Baker, the director of “The Florida Project.” It’s also, remarkably, the fifth straight Palme d’Or won by indie distributor Neon, following “Parasite,” “Titane,” “Triangle of Sadness” and last year’s winner, “Anatomy of a Fall.”“I don’t really know what’s happening right now,” said Baker.While “Anora” was arguably the most acclaimed film of the festival, its win was a slight surprise.

Sean Baker’s ‘Anora’ Wins Palme d’Or At 2024 Cannes Film Festival - theplaylist.net - Iran
theplaylist.net
25.05.2024 / 18:33

Sean Baker’s ‘Anora’ Wins Palme d’Or At 2024 Cannes Film Festival

CANNES – After 12 days of screenings, the Cannes Film Festival has drawn to a close. That means it’s time for Greta Gerwig and her jury to reveal the winners of the competition section of the festival.

‘The Story of Souleymane’ Review: A Superb Lead Electrifies a Propulsive, Compassionate Immigration Drama - variety.com - Guinea
variety.com
25.05.2024 / 13:43

‘The Story of Souleymane’ Review: A Superb Lead Electrifies a Propulsive, Compassionate Immigration Drama

Jessica Kiang It’s not only because of its similar time frame that Boris Lojkine‘s hurtling, headlong social-issues drama “The Story of Souleymane” recalls “Two Days, One Night” by the Dardenne brothers. Lojkine’s film, which was awarded the jury prize and a well-deserved best actor award in the Un Certain Regard competition in Cannes, is similarly invested in its electrifying lead — non-professional Abou Sangare, making an unforgettably persuasive and poignant debut — and similarly effective in maintaining a level of urgency and high-stakes personal peril that few genre thrillers can muster.

Cannes Film Festival: Colleagues Defend Usher After Kelly Rowland Red Carpet Confrontation - deadline.com - Britain - France
deadline.com
25.05.2024 / 12:41

Cannes Film Festival: Colleagues Defend Usher After Kelly Rowland Red Carpet Confrontation

Kelly Rowland stole many red carpet headlines from this year’s Cannes Film Festival, with a visible confrontation with a female security officer as she made her way up the famous steps and into the Palais.

Sarah Ferguson orders Cannes Film Festival crowd to be quiet during her speech: ‘Stop, stop, stop!’ - nypost.com
nypost.com
25.05.2024 / 05:51

Sarah Ferguson orders Cannes Film Festival crowd to be quiet during her speech: ‘Stop, stop, stop!’

Demi Moore appeared to also scold the audience while introducing Cher on stage at the amfAR Cinema Against AIDS Cannes Gala.“I’m going to see if this is the moment we’ve all been waiting for,” Moore said in a video shared by Vanity Fair’s Ramin Setoodeh via X, formerly Twitter. “I’m just making sure that you’re really, really with me.”“Because this incredible woman that I’m about to introduce — she’s a Grammy winner, an Oscar winner, an Emmy winner.”The “A Few Good Men” actress then paused and appeared to address a heckler.“Are you an Emmy winner over there in the back of the room?” She asked an attendee in the back of the audience.

Chinese Film ‘Black Dog’ Takes Top Cannes Un Certain Regard Prize - deadline.com - France - China - USA - Senegal - India - Guinea - Saudi Arabia - county Story - Luxembourg - Morocco - Bulgaria
deadline.com
24.05.2024 / 19:53

Chinese Film ‘Black Dog’ Takes Top Cannes Un Certain Regard Prize

Chinese director Hu Guan’s drama Black Dog won the top Cannes Un Certain Regard Prize on Friday evening.

Jimmy Carter Doc ‘The President And The Dragon’ Acquired By Buffalo 8 — Cannes - deadline.com - Ireland - Guinea - Sudan
deadline.com
24.05.2024 / 19:53

Jimmy Carter Doc ‘The President And The Dragon’ Acquired By Buffalo 8 — Cannes

EXCLUSIVE: Buffalo 8 has acquired worldwide rights out of Cannes to The President and the Dragon, a Jimmy Carter documentary from Sudanese writer, director and producer Waleed Eltayeb and Irish director-cinematographer Ian D. Murphy.

Cannes Film Festival: ‘Black Dog’ Wins Un Certain Regard Award - variety.com - China - Guinea
variety.com
24.05.2024 / 19:11

Cannes Film Festival: ‘Black Dog’ Wins Un Certain Regard Award

Guy Lodge Film Critic With the Cannes Competition jury set to announce their awards tomorrow, tonight the spotlight falls on the festival’s second-most prestigious strand, Un Certain Regard. Chinese director Guan Hu’s “Black Dog” has taken the top prize in the section from Xavier Dolan‘s jury, with big wins also going to Boris Lojkine’s “The Story of Souleymane,” Rungano Nyoni’s “On Becoming a Guinea Fowl” and Roberto Minervini’s “The Damned.” This page will be updated with a full report.

‘The Seed of the Sacred Fig’ Review: Exiled Iranian Director Shows A Conservative Family Split Apart By Protests In Heartfelt, Politically Fiery Melodrama – Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - Iran - city Tehran
deadline.com
24.05.2024 / 16:39

‘The Seed of the Sacred Fig’ Review: Exiled Iranian Director Shows A Conservative Family Split Apart By Protests In Heartfelt, Politically Fiery Melodrama – Cannes Film Festival

Woman, life, freedom. Down with theocracy! The slogans shouted in the bloody streets of Tehran over the past year echo through The Seed of the Sacred Fig, Mohammad Rasoulof’s long, heartfelt story of an Iranian family that starts to tear at the seams when Iman’s two daughters are told what he really does at the office.

‘To A Land Unknown’ Review: Sympathetic Story Of Stranded Palestinian Refugees Avoids Turning Them Into Heroes – Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - Germany - Denmark - Berlin - Lebanon - Palestine - city Athens
deadline.com
24.05.2024 / 01:39

‘To A Land Unknown’ Review: Sympathetic Story Of Stranded Palestinian Refugees Avoids Turning Them Into Heroes – Cannes Film Festival

By the time we meet them, Chatila and Reda already are down in the lower depths. Cousins from Palestine, they have spent much of their lives living as refugees on the run. Having made it as far as Athens, a kind of holding zone for people from the Middle East trying to slip into Europe, they are trying to scrape together money to get to Germany.

1964 Palme d’Or Winner ‘The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg’ Celebrates 60th In Cannes With Special Screening And 2 New Documentaries – Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - France
deadline.com
23.05.2024 / 20:35

1964 Palme d’Or Winner ‘The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg’ Celebrates 60th In Cannes With Special Screening And 2 New Documentaries – Cannes Film Festival

It has been a big week for the beloved 1964 musical, The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg at the Cannes Film Festival where it won the 1964 Palme d’Or and went on to international acclaim and five Oscar nominations, plus served as one of the key inspirations for Damien Chazelle’s Oscar winning La La Land.

‘Motel Destino’ Review: Karim Aïnouz’s Neon Nior Examines Fate And Destiny In Brazil – Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - Brazil
deadline.com
22.05.2024 / 23:45

‘Motel Destino’ Review: Karim Aïnouz’s Neon Nior Examines Fate And Destiny In Brazil – Cannes Film Festival

Motel Destino, directed by Karim Aïnouz, begins with a burst of energy and intrigue, setting up a promising neo-noir thriller set against the vibrant backdrop of Northeastern Brazil. The film follows Heraldo (Iago Xavier) and his brother, whose favorite pastime of beach outings and capoeira practice belies their darker side as petty criminals indebted to a local madam. Their latest assignment — a high-stakes murder — plunges them into a realm of danger and desperation. However, despite its gripping start and lush cinematography, the film ultimately loses its way, bogged down by a sluggish middle act and narrative inconsistencies.

‘Marcello Mio’ Review: Chiara Mastroianni Stars In A Meta Love Letter To Her Father [Cannes] - theplaylist.net
theplaylist.net
22.05.2024 / 17:57

‘Marcello Mio’ Review: Chiara Mastroianni Stars In A Meta Love Letter To Her Father [Cannes]

CANNES – The term “Nepo baby” gets thrown around a lot these days for reasons both justifiably good and bad. It’s one thing to be the daughter of a successful Hollywood actress and a popular comedy film director.

‘Grand Tour’ Review: Miguel Gomes’ Avant-Garde Eastern Odyssey Is Not Recommended For Tourists – Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - Britain - Portugal - Burma - Singapore
deadline.com
22.05.2024 / 17:09

‘Grand Tour’ Review: Miguel Gomes’ Avant-Garde Eastern Odyssey Is Not Recommended For Tourists – Cannes Film Festival

After the extraordinary triple whammy of Emelia Perez, The Substance and Anora, here comes Portuguese auteur Miguel Gomes with a blast of cinematic chloroform to calm the Cannes Competition down a touch.

Cannes Film Festival President Iris Knobloch Says Her Parents, Holocaust Survivors, Taught Her About the ‘Power of Cinema’ - variety.com - France - Los Angeles - Germany
variety.com
22.05.2024 / 13:51

Cannes Film Festival President Iris Knobloch Says Her Parents, Holocaust Survivors, Taught Her About the ‘Power of Cinema’

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Cannes Film Festival president Iris Knobloch said she learned about the “power of cinema to carry messages, liberate speech and accomplish a duty of remembrance” from her parents, who are Holocaust survivors. Speaking at the Kering Women in Motion Talks at the Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday, the Munich-born Knobloch said her parents took her to the movie theater several times a week.

Why ‘diva’ Kelly Rowland allegedly scolded Cannes Film Festival security guard on red carpet: report - nypost.com - Italy
nypost.com
22.05.2024 / 13:23

Why ‘diva’ Kelly Rowland allegedly scolded Cannes Film Festival security guard on red carpet: report

appeared to scold security at the red carpet premiere of the French-Italian film “Marcello Mio” during the Cannes Film Festival.Photos from the event showed Rowland pointing her finger towards a female security guard during their heated exchange.But according to insiders, Rowland was not the instigator in the incident.“The people who are assigned to helping stars walk the red carpet were being aggressive and Kelly was trying to ignore it,” a source claimed to the Daily Mail Wednesday.They continued: “By the time she got to the last woman she had had it because she scolded Kelly and told her to move when she was trying to wave to fans and help the paparazzi get their shot.”Rowland appeared to be enjoying herself at the glitzy premiere before the incident. As the source noted, she was initially smiling and waving to fans in her gorgeous red gown with a long train as she made her way up the red carpet steps.But according to the insider, the former Destiny’s Child member isn’t bothered about being in the center of drama.“She doesn’t care if she comes across like a diva if she knows that she is advocating for herself,” said the source.

‘Parthenope’ Review: Paolo Sorrentino’s Love Affair With Naples Continues But This Time Through The Eyes Of A Woman – Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - Britain - Italy - Illinois - city Naples - county Bay - county Hand - city Venice - county Love
deadline.com
21.05.2024 / 23:03

‘Parthenope’ Review: Paolo Sorrentino’s Love Affair With Naples Continues But This Time Through The Eyes Of A Woman – Cannes Film Festival

Paolo Sorrentino has done a wide range of films but until his most personal, The Hand Of God two years ago (a prize winner in Venice) he had not returned to Naples, the land of his youth except for the very first feature he made, 2001’s One Man Up. Since then though he has been to Cannes with his films 6 times, and his impressive list of movies have included The Consequences Of Love, Il Divo, Loro, and his Oscar winning The Great Beauty. There have been more mixed reactions for his starry English language films as well like Youth and This Must Be The Place, but Italy seems to drive his creative mojo and may be closest to his heart is the current phase of his filmmaking career when he has found new inspiration by going back to his youth, first in The Hand Of God which closely reflected his own coming of age in Naples, and now his latest, Parthenope which reflects the youth he wished he had experienced. Instead he moved away to a whole new career in film (that was indicated at the end of Hand Of God). It had its World Premiere at the Cannes Film Festival Tuesday night.

Kelly Rowland appears to scold security guard on Cannes Film Festival red carpet in heated exchange - nypost.com - Britain
nypost.com
21.05.2024 / 21:39

Kelly Rowland appears to scold security guard on Cannes Film Festival red carpet in heated exchange

Cannes Film Festival Tuesday. Photos from the event show Rowland smiling at the crowd as she walked up the red carpet steps to go into the theater — before she seemingly got into a heated exchange with a female security guard. The former Destiny’s Child member looked upset and angry as she pointed her finger toward the woman.

‘Jim Henson Idea Man’ Review: Ron Howard Paints Moving Portrait Of Muppets Creator As Restless Innovator — Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - Las Vegas - county Jones - county Jay
deadline.com
18.05.2024 / 20:29

‘Jim Henson Idea Man’ Review: Ron Howard Paints Moving Portrait Of Muppets Creator As Restless Innovator — Cannes Film Festival

It may not be too much of an exaggeration to say that Jim Henson came up with the concept for an immersive video dome long before Sphere bubbled up in Las Vegas.

‘Armand’ Review: Renata Reinsve Shines In Halfdan Ullmann Tøndel’s Intense School Drama – Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - Sweden - Norway - county Person
deadline.com
18.05.2024 / 14:27

‘Armand’ Review: Renata Reinsve Shines In Halfdan Ullmann Tøndel’s Intense School Drama – Cannes Film Festival

Three years ago, Cannes audiences fell in love with Renata Reinsve, the titular star of Norwegian competition entry The Worst Person in the World. Chances are, they won’t be quite as well disposed to her character in this austere drama from fellow countryman Halfdan Ullmann Tøndel, grandson of Norwegian actress Liv Ullman and Swedish auteur Ingmar Bergman. Tøndel’s lineage should give you a fair idea of what’s in store here, but, surprisingly, Armand doesn’t dig especially deep into the human psyche, finally falling into a strange no man’s land between intense character drama and jet-black comedy.

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