Cannes 2016


  • May
    23

    Veteran English filmmaker Ken Loach joined the august company of Shohei Imamura, Francis Ford Coppola, Michael Haneke, Dardenne brothers and Emir Kusturica, winning the Golden Palm at Cannes for the

  • May
    22

    Academy Award winning Iranian director AsgharFarhadi in his The Salesman weaves yet another story of an Iranian middleclass couple who have to evacuate their apartment as it is developing cracks

  • May
    20

    Filipino filmmaker Brillante Mendoza continues his Cinema Verite style he displayed in Cannes in his earlier films Serbis and Kinatay in Ma Rosa, a film about a poor family in

  • May
    19

    Two times Academy winner Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodovar explores the lonely life of his lead protagonist in his film Julieta. Adapted from three short stories from the Canadian

  • May
    17

    American filmmaker Jim Jarmusch is well known for his unhurried pace of films in which his characters develop. Paterson is a true blood Jim Jarmusch film in which Paterson

  • May
    15

    Veteran English filmmaker Ken Loach’s films are generally ‘icepicks to the heads of people who watch his films’. “It should not only break your heart but also make you

  • May
    14

    Romanian filmmaker Cristi Puiu portrays the issues that dog the Romanian middle class in his film Sieranevada set in Bucharest.
    The occasion is the memorial service for the

  • May
    12

    You couldn’t have asked for a better film to open the festival than Woody Allen’s Café Society. In a way who’s better than Allen to capture the essence of