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Neon’s Five Palme d’Or Winners, Ranked
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It wasn’t that long ago that the Palme d’Or didn’t mean much to the average moviegoer. Sure, it’s the top prize at the world’s most prestigious film festival, but the Cannes award didn’t necessarily translate into major box office—or even...
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HtN Celebrates Sean Baker’s Palme d’Or Win!
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(Photo credit Valery Hache via Getty Images) The big, stunning news over the weekend was that truly independent filmmaker Sean Baker won the freeking Palme d’Or at Cannes! Amazing. It’s always a great feeling when a good person, solid, indie...
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Cannes 2024 Wrap: What We Saw, Liked, and Loved
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From May 14-25, 2024, the center of our genre-film loving world moved to the south of France, where the Cannes Festival unveiled a broad and diverse selection of films from around the world. Our own contributors Martin Tsai, Eric Ortiz...
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Interview: Richard Linklater on Hit Man, Playing with Identities, Working with Glen Powell, & More
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Linklater discusses whether people’s identities can change with enough will power. The post Interview: Richard Linklater on <em>Hit Man</em>, Playing with Identities, Working with Glen Powell, & More appeared first on Slant Magazine.
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The 58th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival Unveils Its Official Selection
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The Cannes Film Festival has just ended, and June is nearing its beginning. That means Karlovy Vary International Film Festival’s highest prize—the Crystal Globe—is glittering more than ever. Having attended the festival for the last two years (I will be covering...
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Exclusive Trailer for Ana Guevara and Leticia Jorge’s Don’t You Let Me Go, Premiering at Tribeca 2024
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With Cannes Film Festival now wrapped up, the next film festival on our radar is the Tribeca Festival, which kicks off its 23rd edition from June 5 to 16. One film we’re looking forward to is Don’t You Let Me...
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Saved! at 20: Religious Satire and the Millennial Generation
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When “Saved!” came out in 2004, it reflected a reality for teenagers growing up in an America very much at a crossroads. Although the level of polarization in 2004 might seem quaint by today’s standards, it was the beginning of...
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Eric
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It takes either a staggering lead performance or a great plot twist to truly prove that there’s something special to a new miniseries. Netflix’s “Eric” is thankfully one that has both of these aspects tethered to it, for better and...
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IN A VIOLENT NATURE: Open This Friday in These Cinemas Across Canada
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Here is the confirmed list of cinemas across the country that are showing Chris Nash's terrific slasher flick In A Violent Nature this weekend. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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Cannes 2024 Review: ALL WE IMAGINE AS LIGHT, A Major Achievement of Indian Cinema
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Grand Prix Winner of Cannes 2024 showcases the emergence of a new voice depicting underrepresented, working-class India from a woman's perspective. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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