The 68th Cannes Film Festival is approaching its end. Here is CinemaFriend’s winner prediction for “Palme d’Or” (Golden Palm) the highest prize of the Festival. 18 more words
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Reading Cannes reviews always makes a bit jealous, especially when it comes to movies, which make a buzz there or those booed with echo. Nevertheless, I’ve been waiting for some of the opinions regarding several titles and I can’t say I’m that extremely surprised. 433 more words
Spoiler alert: Interview reveals certain details about the film The Lobster.
While Hollywood has piled on a number of reboots on Colin Farrell’s lap (read… 166 more words
Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos, whose comedy-drama “The Lobster” screens in Cannes’ competition May 15, sees it as a “love story,” albeit one set in a crazy parallel world where different rules apply, he told 396 more words
LONDON — Picturehouse Entertainment and Element Pictures Distribution have made a joint acquisition of all U.K./Irish rights to Yorgos Lanthimos’ “The Lobster,” which will have its world premiere in competition at the Cannes Film Festival. 266 more words