Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Eugene Hernandez podcasts live Cannes 2013 highlights.
The full list of winners.
“What precisely is the cinema of attractions?” Updated through 6/9.
Latin American cinema’s stories struggle against poisoned institutions to find normality at Cannes this year.
“Clay figures, extreme beauty, violence, homosexual blow jobs…” The winners. Updated through 5/26.
“Initially subdued,” but “soon gloriously unhinged.” Updated through 6/9.
“The next great midnight classic.” Updated through 5/26.
It was a good night for Guillaume Gallienne and Clio Barnard.
“The film’s laughs are as low-key as Payne’s reflective but straight-shooting style of storytelling.” Updated through 5/31.
“He clearly thinks he’s saying something profound with this laboriously overproduced dross.” Updated through 5/31.
An “intoxicating and sensual work, enveloping its black heart inside a puzzle-box narrative conceit.” Updated through 5/31.
“The most bigscreen-worthy film that Soderbergh has made since ‘Che’” will, of course, debut on HBO. Updated through 5/24.