Despite all the beautiful water, sun, and half-naked bodies, what I was left with as the credits rolled was a mere trace memory of stylish vacuity.
This year’s selection included everything from a highly anticipated rock opera to compelling documentaries to an award-winning film featuring a character who lactates motor oil.
Walking the red carpet, breaking VIP barriers, and searching for Bill Murray
Hirokazu Kore-eda’s film about an impoverished makeshift family won the Palme d’Or at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival.
A tale of a novice producer and a legendary film that no one ever thought would ever play in theaters.
Spike Lee’s latest is set in 1970, but it’s all about 2018.
Michel Piccoli stars as an emotionally conflicted man rescued from choosing by an awful car crash.
Bong Joon-ho, creator of The Host and Snowpiercer, bypasses theatrical exhibition for Netflix.
British director Andrea Arnold challenges viewers to hit the road with a gang of runaway kids.
Tim Roth stars in this haunting drama from the director of Daniel & Ana.
The director’s Palme d’Or-winning Dheepan is yet another film that challenges the conventions of both art-house and mainstream cinema.
University of Chicago Press reprints the film critic’s account of the 1987 edition of the festival.
The Quebecois filmmaker takes another look at maternity in this 2013 drama, finally receiving a limited U.S. release.
Mohammad Rasoulof directed the uncompromising Iranian drama Manuscripts Don’t Burn—which may be his last.
Blood Ties and Gambit: two genre films from the “disappearing middle” of American cinema