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The Taste of Money Review

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In Competition at Cannes Film Festival in 2012, it’s taken an incredible 18 months for renowned South Korean auteur Im Sang-soo’s The Taste of Money to make its way to cinemas in the UK. However on this evidence, you can see why – as this melodramatic crime thriller fails to live up to its promise, […]



Like Someone in Love Review

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Though cinephiles across the world are seeking out all of the In Competition films from this years Cannes Film Festival, it’s a picture from last year’s event that has finally made it’s way to the UK, and given the absorbing nature of this delicately crafted relationship drama, Abbas Kiarostami’s Like Someone in Love is certainly […]



In the Fog Review

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Although cinephiles across the globe are currently preparing themselves for the glitz and glamour of the forthcoming Cannes Film Festival, we still haven’t worked our way through the features ‘In Competition’ from last years’ event yet, one of which is the emotionally charged World War Two drama In the Fog, as Belarusian filmmaker Sergei Loznitsa’s […]



Cannes Film Festival unveils Line-Up, Led by Only God Forgives, Inside Llewyn Davis & Nebraska

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With less than a month to go before the festival kicks off out in France, the official line-up has finally been unveiled for this year’s 66th Cannes Film Festival. The festival is, of course, one of the most prominent events of the year for the industry, with a handful of films launching their status as […]



New UK Trailer for On The Road Starring Kristen Stewart, Sam Riley & Viggo Mortensen

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MSN have just released the brand new UK trailer for On the Road. On the Road stars Kristen Stewart, Sam Riley, Garrett Hedlund, Amy Adams, Viggo Mortensen, Steve Buscemi, Kirsten Dunst is directed by Walter Salles and is based on the book by Jack Kerouac. If you missed our review of the film from Cannes, you can […]



Where Do We Go Now? Review

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Following on from Nadine Labaki’s critically-acclaimed directorial début Caramel, the young, talented film maker once again delves into the lives of Lebanese women, and once again creates a film that is as rich in poignancy as it is in affability, in the upcoming drama Where Do We Go Now? Labaki herself stars in the film […]



Cannes 2012: Dracula 3D Review

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Back in 2009 there seemed to be a real sense of excitement and anticipation from horror fans who were itching to see Dario Argento’s latest, the portentously entitled Giallo. Then the film screened. It was met with derision, laughter and waves of disappointment and it struggled to find a release in some territories, not helped […]



Cannes 2012: On the Road Movie Review

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In Big Sur, a 1962 novel by Jack Kerouac, Kerouac explicitly engaged with the success of On the Road and the celebrity he experienced as a result of the book. On the Road hangs heavy over the novel and clearly did over Kerouac too, a unavoidable behemoth, impossible to ignore. Fifty years later and the […]



Cannes 2012: We Talk ‘On The Road’ with Producer Roman Coppola

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When I spoke to Roman Coppola last week, in addition to talking about Moonrise Kingdom and A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III he also spoke about his involvement with On The Road, the long delayed film adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s seminal Beat novel. With On the Road about to première at Cannes […]



Cannes 2012: Sadako 3D Movie Review

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It would appear that ‘More, more, more!’ was a phrase oft repeated in the planning stages and on the set of Sadako 3D, a film that could never be accused not attempting to up the ante. From the opening moments the gimmicky and excessive nature of the film is thrust into our faces, as a […]



Cannes 2012: Roman Coppola Interview for Moonrise Kingdom & A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III

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Roman Coppola is currently in Cannes promoting Moonrise Kingdom but he’s also got a new film on the horizon. He “just finished the sound mix” on the film before speaking to me (in fact he said, “it’s shot, it’s wrapped, it’s mixed, it’s done. Yesterday I just got the sign off on the final shot”), […]



Cannes 2012: Rust and Bone Movie Review

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Everything about Rust and Bone (originally De rouille et d’os), Jacques Audiard’s follow up to his arthouse hit A Prophet, should signify a failure not a film that is not only good but actually great. Audiard has managed to pull a magic trick of sorts in weaving a beautiful story from subject matter and difficult […]



Cannes 2012: Lawless Review

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Recently retitled Lawless from The Wettest County in the World, the title it originally took from the source novel by Matt Bondurant, the latest from John Hillcoat and Nick Cave is a solidly told tale of moonshiners in depression-era Franklin County and is based on the real life (mis)adventures of the Bondurant brothers. Here played […]



Cannes Interview: Moonrise Kingdom – Jason Schwartzman

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In addition to speaking to Director Wes Anderson in Cannes about Moonrise Kingdom (click here to read the interview) I also spoke to one of the stars of the film, Jason Schwartzman. Schwartzman and Anderson have worked together since Rushmore, a film that Schwartzmann touches on briefly in the interview below, and they are clearly […]



Brilliant First Trailer for Michel Gondry’s The We And The I

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After getting the first poster and a new set of images for Michel Gondry’s next film, The We and the I, earlier today, we’ve now got the great first trailer for the film ahead of its debut in the Directors’ Fortnight section at Cannes this week. Penned by Gondry and debut writers Jeffrey Grimshaw and […]



First French Poster and 12 New Images for Michel Gondry’s The We And The I

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Like most people, we’re big fans of Michel Gondry’s work, and his upcoming projects are always something to look forward to. His next film, The We and the I, has been selected to open the Directors’ Fortnight section of the Cannes Film Festival this month, and now the first poster for the film has made […]



First Clip from David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis with Robert Pattinson

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David Cronenberg’s return behind the camera with Cosmopolis has increasingly become one of the most anticipated projects of the year, with its first trailer debuting just over a month ago to great reception. The film will be premiering in competition at Cannes later this month, and a new clip (with French subtitles) has surfaced ahead […]



Sony Pictures Classics Acquires Michael Haneke’s Amour (Love)

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Sony Pictures Classics have acquired the North American distribution rights to Amour, French filmmaker Michael Haneke’s follow-up to the multi-award winning The White Ribbon. Amour, known as Love in English-speaking countries, tells of the struggles felt by a cultivated, retired couple, Georges (Jean-Louis Trintignant) and Anne (Emmanuelle Riva), when Anne unexpectedly suffers a life-threatening stroke. […]



Seven Moonrise Kingdom Character Posters

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Focus Features have issued seven brand new character posters for their forthcoming ensemble drama Moonrise Kingdom. The posters, each focusing on one (or in one case two) of the leads, offer us a closer look at the characters that will inhabit 1960’s New England, where the film is set. Written and directed by Wes Anderson […]



Bonsai Review

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Sex, love and literature are entwined in Chilean writer-director Cristian Jimenez’s second feature (adapted from an acclaimed novella of the same name), which premiered in the Un Certain Regard section at last year’s Cannes Film Festival. Eight years on from his years as a well-meaning, if a little ineffectual, literature student, Julio is a struggling […]



Marilyn Monroe Takes Centre Stage for the Official Cannes Film Festival Poster

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The 65th Cannes Film Festival will be held this year between 16th and 27th May, and the official poster for the festival has now been released, with a photo of Marilyn Monroe blowing out a candle upon a cake, wishing the festival a happy 65th anniversary. The photo was taken (of course) decades ago, by […]