Cannes 2012


  • May
    25

    Cannes Film Festival celebrated 100 years of Turkish cinema by conferring the Golden Palm on Winter Sleep directed by Nuri Bilge Ceylan. Earlier he has won the best director

  • May
    22

    In the early ’60s he challenged the conventions of traditional cinema through innovations in techniques, the narrative structure, editing and mise-en-scene. Jean Luc Godard, one of the luminaries of

  • May
    21

    "I began writing a series of short stories to vent my frustrations. When I put them together I realised that they had an underlying theme

  • May
    20

    Dardenne brothers, Jean-Pierre and Luc from Belgium, have always espoused lower middle class Belgian life in all their films — The Promise, Rosetta, The Child, Lorna’s Silence and The Kid

  • May
    19

    American film maker Bennett Miller rose to fame with films based either on famous people or true life incidents. His 2005 film Capote based on the life of

  • May
    18

    Award winning and critically acclaimed Mauritanian filmmaker Abderrahmane Sissako who made Mali and France his home, is well known for analysing the social and human conditions of sub-Saharan Africa, especially

  • May
    15

    The British master Mike Leigh wanted to “move people to experience the profound, the sublime, the spiritual, the epic beauty and the terrifying drama of what it means to be

  • May
    14

    THE sun may be shining bright in Cannes, but a gloom hangs over Grace of Monaco, which has been savaged as “shameful” even before it came out. The