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"Observation is a dying art"*...

Jason Shulman captures the entire duration of a movie in a single image with his series Photographs of Films.

There are roughly 130,000 frames in a 90-minute film and every frame of each film is recorded in these photographs.

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Funnier Games

Part III

If I were a filmmaker, I would not like to be invited to a festival along with Michael Haneke.

The Austrian filmmaker’s previous two films, … 638 more words


1981; directed by Andrzej Wajda; written by Aleksander Scibor-Rylski; 147 mins

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With the passing, late last year, of director… 507 more words


Beats Per Minute, Inspired By LGBT Group Act Up Paris, Premieres At Cannes

Remember the days when AIDS was considered by some to be a ‘gay plague’ and the word ‘condom’ was taboo in polite company?  So queries Robin Pomeroy of Reuters. 271 more words


I, Daniel Blake (UK - 2016) - Short Review

Sandro Forte for Cinetalk.net

When I, Daniel Blake won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival in 2016, Ken Loach entered a highly select group of directors who took home the award twice. 245 more words

Contemporary Cinema

'A cry of individuality in the face of a dehumanizing system': On I, Daniel Blake

As the Cannes Film Festival prepares for its 70th anniversary this month, Canadian audiences can at last have a look at last year’s Palme d’Or winner… 590 more words


Cannes: Will Smith, Paolo Sorrentino Join Festival Jury; Full Lineup Announced

Actors Will Smith and Fan Bingbing and directors Paolo Sorrentino and Maren Ade will serve on the 70th Cannes Film Festival’s jury, whose full lineup was unveiled by festival organizers Tuesday. 351 more words