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  • Cannes 2013: Tough acts to follow

    Geoff Andrew sees A Separation’s Asghar Farhadi lose his feet in Paris – and Alain Guiraudie find his in Provence.

    Geoff Andrew
    Saturday 18 May 2013

    Festivals

  • Cannes 2013: Character, action, morality…

    Nick Roddick on a Sundance winner with a grip on all the above – and Sofia Coppola’s latest.

    Nick Roddick
    Friday 17 May 2013

    Festivals

  • Cannes 2013: Excess for success

    Catherine Bray leaves behind the UK’s current arte povera to visit the bling, yachts and fairy dust at this year’s Cannes.

    Catherine Bray
    Thursday 16 May 2013

    Festivals

  • Beyond the gloom: Bradford 2013

    Bradford’s pluckily downbeat festival also featured a plethora of shady (but attractive?) male characters, psygeographic documentaries and quirky features from the mainstream and margins, reports Hannah McGill.

    Hannah McGill
    Tuesday 14 May 2013

    Festivals

  • From the Magazine

    Cannes 2013 preview: Competitive spirit

    Can the announcement of the Official Selection for Cannes ever quite live up to the fevered anticipation, asks Nick James?

    Nick James
    Tuesday 14 May 2013

    Festivals

  • Bryan Forbes, 1926-2013

    Andrew Roberts remembers the British actor, director, screenwriter, author, script-doctor, interviewer and studio production chief.

    Andrew Roberts
    Thursday 9 May 2013

    Obituaries

  • Point Break – not coming to a cinema near you!

    How hard can it be to screen Kathryn Bigelow’s surf classic, asks Sophie Brown?

    Sophie Brown
    Wednesday 8 May 2013

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  • Female film reporter competition: the results

    Nick Bradshaw surveys the entries – and reveals the winners – of our hunt for women film sleuths.

    Nick Bradshaw
    Wednesday 8 May 2013

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  • From the Magazine

    Libido, morality and a broom

    Usually seen as an oddity, if seen at all, Nicholas Ray’s late erotic short The Janitor distils his interest in the tussle between id and superego, writes Brad Stevens.

    Brad Stevens
    Friday 3 May 2013

    Bradlands

  • Hollywood mamas

    Hollywood may be a boys’ playground, but women rule its reporting roles. A former Variety editor counts the doyennes of a remarkably equal-opportunity trade.

    Adam Dawtrey
    Thursday 25 April 2013

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