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This black, brooding portrait of an ethnic Yakut furnace-feeder in lawless 90s Russia richly reconciles Aleksey Balabanov’s grimmer films and his weirder ones, writes Michael Brooke.
Nick Roddick on a Sundance winner with a grip on all the above – and Sofia Coppola’s latest.
Catherine Bray leaves behind the UK’s current arte povera to visit the bling, yachts and fairy dust at this year’s Cannes.
Joseph Bevan on how a North Shields art student set the world agog.
Can the announcement of the Official Selection for Cannes ever quite live up to the fevered anticipation, asks Nick James?
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.