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Blue Is The Warmest Color (La Vie d'Adèle - Chapitres 1 et 2)

First love. Passionate love. The ultimate feeling if there is one. Blue Is The Warmest Color is a story about the intense and life-defining experience of a first love.   815 more words


Algeria: Chronicle of the Years of Fire

(1975, dir: Mohammed Lakhdar-Hamina; language: Arabic, French; original title: وقائع سنين الجمر or Chronique des Années de Braise)

Chronicle of the Years of Fire is an epic 177-minute film set in the lead-up to the Algerian War of Independence against colonial France. 668 more words


3 films by Canadian directors to compete for Palme d'Or at Cannes

TORONTO — Three Canadian directors will compete for the prestigious Palme d’Or award at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.

Toronto’s David Cronenberg and Atom Egoyan and Montreal’s Xavier Dolan made the list of contenders announced Thursday. 216 more words


The Safe Space To Dream Big

“May 25, 2019. Bethany Carlson has won the coveted Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.”

So begins an exercise I did on 2/8/14 at this year’s… 309 more words

Review: La Dolce Vita

Director: Federico Fellini
Year: 1960
Score: 7.5/10

My first experience of Fellini was simultaneously baffling and intriguing. I’ll admit I may not have fully understood what he was trying to say, and I can’t claim to have wholeheartedly enjoyed it – in fact at times it felt like the cinematic equivalent of eating my greens – but it certainly held my attention, and I’ve thought about it often since watching it. 122 more words


New Indie Thursday: Blue is the Warmest Color

If you haven’t heard about this film and its many controversies you are one of two things: a frequent rock dweller without an internet connection or my parents. 522 more words


Claude Lelouche

Born 30 October 1937 in Paris. His father was said to have given him a camera after he failed his Baccalaureate.  He began by filming documentaries before moving into feature films. 131 more words

Claude Lelouche