Cannes 2018: A Search for Meaning on the Croisette

May 19, 2018

“Ostensibly the audience is laughing at Under the Silver Lake,” writes Xan Brooks in The Guardian. “But they’re also giggling at themselves and at the great, pressing question suddenly bellowed down from the screen. What does it all mean? […]

‘Palme d’Or’ Winning Director Ermanno Olmi Dies at 86

May 9, 2018

As he typically explored spiritual conflicts within families, the director Ermanno Olmi, who has died aged 86, was something of an outsider in his native Italy. Only after his most acclaimed film, The Tree of Wooden Clogs, won him the Palme d’Or in 1978 […]

THR: How Summer Box Office Can Reverse the 2017 Curse

April 26, 2018

“Hollywood’s hoping that last summer’s brutal box office – movie going hit a 25-year low in the US – will be forgotten as this season kicks off with one of the most powerful collections of tentpole brands ever assembled,” writes Pamela McClintock […]

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