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Cannes Film Review: 'The Unknown Girl'

In Jean Pierre and Luc Dardenne’s very best films, you know exactly what you’re getting — until the quiet dramatic pivot that gently ensures you don’t. 895 more words

Markets & Festivals

Deux Jours, Un Nuit (Two Days, One Night)

Two Days One Night is a Belgian film released to critical acclaim in 2014. Written and directed by the Dardenne brothers and starring Oscar winning Marion Cotillard (La Vie En Rose), it bagged a bunch of awards. 394 more words

On The SilverScreen

Favourites of 2015: Film

This year I continued the effort to acquaint myself with admired films and directors. I may have watched a relatively small number of new films, but I did see films by Hitchcock, Ozu, Allen, Bergman, Chaplin, and Kurosawa, to name a few. 2,593 more words


Best movies of 2015

I don’t know if I saw fewer movies this year than last or more, and I don’t feel like counting to find out. For sure, there were a few I wanted to see that I didn’t, like… 1,407 more words


Deux jours, une nuit

dir. Luc & Jean-Pierre Dardenne (2014) Picturehouse |★★★★1/2| 1 hour 35 mins, Rated PG-13 for some mature thematic elements.

The Dardenne brothers are no strangers to struggle. 821 more words


Deux jours, une nuit (dir. Luc Dardenne & Jean-Pierre Dardenne, 2014)

The Belgian filmmaking tandem, Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne, are well known for their minimalistic films, which focus on the economic burdens and moral ambiguities facing working-class persons in the Low Countries. 508 more words

2014 Films