The 2017 Directors’ Fortnight line-up is even more tantalising than the main Competition.
Yorgos Lanthimos, Bong Joon-ho and Sofia Coppola all have films in the main competition.
We predict 20 titles that might just make an appearance at the world’s greatest film festival in May.
The iconic Spanish filmmaker will serve as President of the main competition jury for the first time.
Find out who scored the silverware as this year’s festival comes to a close.
The director of A Separation and The Past heads to the Cannes competition with another intricate domestic drama.
Team LWLies glance back over a strong competition and pick out their hot contenders for glory.
Isabelle Huppert delivers a stunning, unflinching performance in this blackly comic rape-revenge thriller.
Xavier Dolan returns to Cannes with a star-studded ensemble drama about a dysfunctional family. It’s all a bit flat.
Paul Schrader is having a party and you’re all invited with this utterly berserko Nic Cage crime caper.
Charlize Theron and Javier Bardem’s suffering obscures the true victims in Sean Penn’s excruciating war zone drama.
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Laura Poitras follows up CITIZENFOUR with an equally extraordinary portrait of Julian Assange and WikiLeaks.
By Ed Frankl
There’s shades of Céline Sciamma’s Girlhood in Houda Benyamina’s stirring debut.
The French actor gave an inspiring talk about gender equality at the Cannes Film Festival.
The 2007 Palme d’Or winner returns to Cannes with another gripping and meticulous drama.
Despite its frenetic energy and fine young leads, Andrea Arnold’s film never manages to rise above mediocrity.
Adèle Haenel turns amateur sleuth as the Dardenne brothers try their hand at the murder-mystery genre.