Cannes Film Fest 2019: Out of Competition, Special Screenings, Midnight Seies

OUT OF COMPETITION “The Best Years of a Life” (Claude Lelouche) “Alive and Know It” (or “Être vivant et le savoir”) (Alain Cavalier) “Diego Maradona” (Asif Kapadia) “La Belle Époque” (Nicolas Bedos) “Rocketman” (Dexter Fletcher) “Too Old to Die Young–North of Hollywood, West of Hell” (Nicolas Winding Refn) MIDNIGHT SCREENINGS “The Gangster, the Cop, the […]

Felicite: Alain Gomis’s Touching Chronicle of Single Mom and Nightclub Singer

Bursting at the seams with energy, Franco-Senegalese filmmaker Alain Gomis’s Berlin festival prizewinner immerses us in the sights and sounds of Kinshasa while loosely chronicling the day-to-day travails of the eponymous single-mom and nightclub-chanteuse.

Sofia’s Last Ambulance (2012): Bulgarian Ilian Metev’s Docu Wins Award

Antonio Mendez Esparza’s Spanish emigration drama, “Aqui y alla,” won the 51st Critics’ Week top nod, the Nespresso Grand Prize.

Cannes Film Fest 2018: Girl–Behind the Scenes of Fest Winner of Transgender Tale

Girl, my first feature film, is the biggest personal and professional endeavor of my life, and I rank the former highly above the latter–Director Lukas Dhont

Cannes Film Fest 2018: Cold War–Pawlikowski (Ida) New Film to Amazon

Amazon has acquired “Cold War,” a period romance from Oscar-winning director Paweł (“Ada”) Pawlikowski.