When being called “an easy girl” becomes a compliment.
Tag: Cannes Film Festival
A black and white cinematic poem dedicated to a father and a journalist.
Writing a genre film that becomes a #Metoo manifesto for women out there: Wu Ke-xi on becoming Nina Wu.
An overview on the Cannes Classics section and some insider info about the mechanisms of distribution and exploitation of classic films.
The experience of acting in a Ken Loach’s film is a blessing, as Debbie and Kris explain in our interview.
A four-hands directed rollercoaster ride of a film, political and daring and funny and fast-paced, set in a near future, really too near…
Nature is ruling Galician mountains and the man is a guest who has to deal with this. Fire rules and threaten in a visually stunning film.
Jessica Hausner talks with FRED about her first English language film, her interest in mixing realism with irony, and the science fiction look.
Film legend Udo Kier talks about his involvement in Bacurau, his first time in Brazil and the craft of acting.
The trip back home to Russia from USA, on foot, of Lillian. Based on an incredible true story, a film of silence, strength and utter beauty.