Cannes 2021: Jodie Foster and Marco Bellocchio Palmes d’Or of Honor – Film Review

In two weeks, on Tuesday July 6, the curtain will rise on the 74th edition of the Cannes Film Festival. As this first major world cinema event approaches after the coronavirus health crisis, the announcements tend to be crowded. Allow us to group together here those of the Palmes d’or d’honneur, which will be awarded … Read more

From Cousteau to Audiard: French cinema through 8 Palmes d’Or

Driven by a political impetus to counter the fascist turn taken by the Venice Film Festival in the 1930s, it was a truly French cinephilia that spurred the creation of the Cannes Film Festival in 1939. Nevertheless, while they played at home and that their role in the evolutions of the 7th art is important, … Read more

We have classified the “Palmes d’or” of the last 20 years – Benzine Magazine

No “Palme d’Or” at Cannes for this year 2020. We reviewed the last 20 films that received the supreme award on the Croisette to make our ranking and to see how all these films have aged. © Cannes Film Festival As with most events, 2020 will be a blank year for the annual meeting of … Read more

Cannes Film Festival – (Re) discover all the Palmes d’Or since 1946

After having spent a blank year due to Covid-19, the Croisette is finally rolling out the red carpet of its great festival. A 74th edition chaired by filmmaker Spike Lee which opens tonight with the presentation of “Annette”, Leos Carax’s latest film starring Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard. So let us also vibrate to the … Read more

Amour, Parasite, The Square… A look back at the last ten palmes d’or dedicated to Cannes

OfUncle boonmee To Parasite Passing by The tree of Life and Dheepan, (re) discover the films that have marked the Croisette since 2010. Ten years pass like a meteor. But in Cannes there are still some golden palms. From 2010 to 2019, ten films won the supreme award. There are masterpieces (The tree of Life, … Read more

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