Big Screen Brilliance: 9 Favorite Films at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival

By: FirstShowing.net

28May2019


What are the best films out of this year's Cannes Film Festival? Which ones should you be taking an interest in? What films should be a priority for you to see? After 12 days at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival, after 30 screenings, it's time to present...

Spreading the Word of Ebert - 10 Cannes Books Delivered to Cinephiles

By: FirstShowing.net

27May2019


"I had lunch with Scacchi and Makavejev at that 1985 festival, playing the fly on the wall while they tested each other. Their conversation was a sparring match that suggested they had fought great battles on the set of The Coca-Cola Kid, while still...

Cannes 2019 Awards: Bong Joon-ho's Film 'Parasite' Wins Palme D'Or

By: FirstShowing.net

26May2019


The Korean master takes top prize! Winners of the 2019 Cannes Film Festival awards, including the coveted Palme d'Or, were revealed at a glamorous ceremony in Cannes, France this weekend. The big winner this year is acclaimed South Korean filmmaker B...

Cannes 2019: Diao Yinan's Slick Gangster Noir 'The Wild Goose Lake'

By: FirstShowing.net

25May2019


The latest film made by acclaimed Chinese filmmaker Diao Yinan (who won the Golden Bear at Berlinale in 2014 with his film Black Coal, Thin Ice) is a noir feature titled The Wild Goose Lake, or Nan Fang Che Zhan De Ju Hui in Chinese. Both written and...

Cannes 2019: Corneliu Porumboiu's Hitchcockian Tale 'The Whistlers'

By: FirstShowing.net

24May2019


Romanian filmmaker Corneliu Porumboiu has quickly established himself as one of the most unique and clever Eastern European directors making original films these days. Between Infinite Football last year, and his new feature at Cannes this year, Poru...

Cannes 2019: Tarantino's Latest Film 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood'

By: FirstShowing.net

22May2019


For his next film, Quentin Tarantino is taking us back to the year 1969. Right at the end of the Golden Age of Hollywood. When hippies roamed the streets, men landed on the moon, and westerns were at the end of their time. Tarantino's ninth feature f...

Cannes 2019: Bong Joon-ho's Brilliant Dark Comedy 'Parasite' Rules

By: FirstShowing.net

22May2019


Bong Joon-ho reigns!! I didn't think he could be any better than he has already been (almost every film he has made is fantastic - from Memories of Murder to Okja), but South Korean master filmmaker Bong Joon-ho has delivered yet another near-perfect...

Cannes 2019: Malick's Overlong Austrian WWII Drama 'A Hidden Life'

By: FirstShowing.net

20May2019


Acclaimed filmmaker Terrence Malick returns to the Cannes Film Festival this year 8 years since winning the Palme d'Or in 2011 for The Tree of Life. His latest film is officially titled A Hidden Life (in French: Une vie cachée), originally called Ra...

Cannes 2019: Robert Eggers' 'The Lighthouse' is a Mad Masterpiece

By: FirstShowing.net

19May2019


Two men on a rock in the ocean slowly go mad. In 2015, Brooklyn-based filmmaker Robert Eggers made quite an impression in the film industry with his vintage indie horror film The Witch. He's back with his second feature film, titled The Lighthouse, a...

Cannes 2019: Jérémy Clapin's Beautiful Animated Film 'I Lost My Body'

By: FirstShowing.net

19May2019


I genuinely love animation and I always enjoy catching every new animated film, wherever they may come from, however they may be made. I Lost My Body, also known as J'ai perdu mon corps, is a charming new French animated film directed by Jérémy Cla...

Cannes 2019: 'Vivarium' is Minimal, Twisted, Smart Sci-Fi Done Right

By: FirstShowing.net

18May2019


There's no rules, no limits, to the kind of stories that can be told in the sci-fi genre. They can be big or small, space operas or intimate dramas or even noir thrillers, commenting on and critiquing society, politics, and culture through smart stor...

Cannes 2019: Jessica Hausner's 'Little Joe' is a Clever Little Fairytale

By: FirstShowing.net

17May2019


Maybe all we need is just a little bit of happiness. Maybe happiness is all there is. Or maybe not. Little Joe is a clever, crafty little sci-fi fairytale that is destined to become a cult classic. This low budget drama is the latest written and dire...

Cannes 2019: Ladj Ly's Incredibly Tense French Thriller 'Les Misérables'

By: FirstShowing.net

16May2019


There's a new film that just premiered at the Cannes Film Festival this year titled Les Misérables, but it has nothing to do with Victor Hugo's famous novel (of the same name) or the musical or any of that. It's a contemporary story set in a suburb...

In Memory of Roger Ebert - 10 Years at Cannes, 10 Books to Giveaway

By: FirstShowing.net

16May2019


I'm celebrating my 10th year attending the Cannes Film Festival, after first coming here in 2009. I love this festival, and I always love coming back, and I always say this every year. But this year, in honor of my 10th time here, I've decided to do...

Cannes 2019: Jarmusch's Deadpan Zombie Film 'The Dead Don't Die'

By: FirstShowing.net

14May2019


Jarmusch seems pretty upset about the way things are in our society these days. So he made a zombie film. The Dead Don't Die, a zombie comedy written & directed by American indie filmmaker Jim Jarmusch (of Dead Man, Ghost Dog, Coffee and Cigarettes,...

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