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Festival #9 Wrap-Up/Awards

By Daniel Barnes and Mike Dub

DANIEL: First of all, Dub, I want to thank you for honoring my “no flats” policy for this festival wrap-up – I feel like the Palme d’Or calls for a little old-school glamour.  1,109 more words

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Robert Altman was a well-respected if not necessarily always commercially successful director whose career spanned over 40 years. He started off in TV and finally got his big break when he directed M*A*S*H* which won him the Palme d’Or in 1970 and finally gave him the recognition he had been seeking. 184 more words


Variety Critics Debate the Best and Worst of Cannes 2015

PETER DEBRUGE: Well, I didn’t see that coming. In what feels like a twist ending — one that leaves me feeling a bit like Tim Roth at the end of “Chronic” — the Cannes jury has awarded the Palme d’Or to “Dheepan,” a movie that lags among my least favorites in the competition, and the weakest in Jacques Audiard’s filmography. 4,235 more words

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And the Palme D'or goes to............................

Congratulations to Jacques Audiard for winning the Palme D’or for his film “Dheepan”. This was his fourth nomination for the Palme D’or and he had previously won the Grand prize of the jury award for “Une Prophete” and the Best Screenplay award for “un heros tres discret”.



The 68th Cannes Film Festival was brought to a surprising close Sunday with Jacques Audiard’s Sri Lankan refugee drama taking the festival’s coveted top honor, the Palme d’Or. 802 more words


Cannes Festival Award Winners Announced From France

CANNES, FRANCE (The Barbed Wire) – It’s been a whirlwind year for the manufacturers and advertisers connected with the top canned food products on the global market, and it all culminated with the most prestigious awards night in the industry tonight in this French town (pronounced CANS.) For the second year in a row, insiders expected the coveted Palme d’Or to go to a variety of SPAM, probably either the Jalapeño or the Black Pepper variety. 156 more words


2005 Project Batch 10: The Proposition, Three Times, and L'Enfant (The Child)

It took longer than I expected, but I expected it would. In any case, the 2005 Project has finally come to an end. This is the last batch of reviews. 1,503 more words

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