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Cannes 2021 / Directors’ Fortnight

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35 articles available in total starting from 25/05/2021. Last article published on 02/08/2021.

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Benjamin Illos  • Asian correspondent, Directors’ Fortnight

Interview: Benjamin Illos • Asian correspondent, Directors’ Fortnight

"I believe the films submitted to us have ambition to meet genuine enthusiasm from worldwide cinema aficionados"

Bridging the Dragon talked to the East and South-East Asian correspondent for the independent selection of the Cannes Film Festival  

02/08/2021 | Bridging the Dragon 2021

Festival Scope presents the 2021 Directors' Fortnight short films online

Festival Scope presents the 2021 Directors' Fortnight short films online

Seven short films selected for this year's edition are accessible online for free, from today until 4 August, on the platform  

22/07/2021 | Cannes 2021 | Directors' Fortnight

Review: The Sea Ahead

Review: The Sea Ahead

CANNES 2021: The much anticipated feature debut from Short Palme d'Or winner Ely Dagher berths at the Directors' Fortnight  

22/07/2021 | Cannes 2021 | Directors' Fortnight

Review: The Braves

Review: The Braves

CANNES 2021: Anaïs Volpé's debut film looks at the challenges of female friendship when two Paris-based actresses, best friends forever, are cast in the same theatre production  

21/07/2021 | Cannes 2021 | Directors' Fortnight

Review: A Night of Knowing Nothing

Review: A Night of Knowing Nothing

CANNES 2021: Payal Kapadia takes a look at the anti-caste movement in her Golden Eye Award winner, showing that sometimes, it’s easier to protest in the streets than at your own home  

19/07/2021 | Cannes 2021 | Directors’ Fortnight

Rachel Lang  • Director of Our Men

Interview: Rachel Lang • Director of Our Men

"It’s a film about relationships, and the frustration involved in waiting"

CANNES 2021: The French director living in Brussels tell us more about her motivations for exploring the fragile state of Foreign Legion relationships with such force and intensity  

17/07/2021 | Cannes 2021 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: Our Men

Review: Our Men

CANNES 2021: Rachel Lang delivers an unsettling and surprising story set within an obscure community, which questions military careers when viewed through the prism of love and family  

16/07/2021 | Cannes 2021 | Directors’ Fortnight

Review: A Brighter Tomorrow

Review: A Brighter Tomorrow

CANNES 2021: In his feature debut, Yassine Qnia paints the shadowy portrait of a young robber in an existential and sentimental deadend  

16/07/2021 | Cannes 2021 | Directors’ Fortnight

The Europa Cinemas Label in the Directors’ Fortnight goes to A Chiara

The Europa Cinemas Label in the Directors’ Fortnight goes to A Chiara

CANNES 2021: Jonas Carpignano’s film has been crowned as best European film in the selection, while Magnetic Beats has taken home the SACD Award  

16/07/2021 | Cannes 2021 | Directors’ Fortnight/Awards

Review: Ali & Ava

Review: Ali & Ava

CANNES 2021: Clio Barnard's film is an atypical romantic tale set in Bradford that is full of song and features a standout performance by Adeel Akhtar  

15/07/2021 | Cannes 2021 | Directors’ Fortnight

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