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Alfonso Cuarón Discusses Thirty Years of Filmmaking in Cannes Masterclass

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For the versatile filmmaker whose credits range from A Little Princess to Children of Men, movies are like ex-wives.

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‘The Meyerowitz Stories’ Review: Adam Sandler Will Break Your Heart

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Noah Baumbach’s strongest film in a decade features Adam Sandler’s greatest performance to date.

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‘Let the Sunshine In’ Review: A Master Tries Something Different

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Claire Denis teams with Juliette Binoche for an uncharacteristically sunny search for romance.

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‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer’ Review: A More Consistent Lanthimos

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While Yorgos Lanthimos’s second English language film can’t quite match The Lobster in several regards, it still paints Lanthimos as one of the most promising and distinctive auteurs working in film today.

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‘Ismael’s Ghosts’ Review: Charlotte Gainsbourg Shines In An Otherwise Forgettable Cannes Opener

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Arnaud Desplechin offers a fun, yet forgettable film to open the 70th Cannes Film Festival.

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‘Okja’ Review: Experience The Lighter Side of Bong Joon-ho

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Bong Joon-ho teams with Netflix for a saccharine “monster movie.”

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‘Wonderstruck’ Review: Todd Haynes’ Latest Is So Okay It’s Boring

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Wonderstruck’s shortcomings stem not from an overabundance of flaws but an absence of anything that works especially well.

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13 Must See Films and Shows at Cannes 2017

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With coverage beginning on Thursday, here are 13 films we can’t wait to see at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.

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20 Movies You Didn’t Know Premiered at Cannes

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Cannes Film Festival is more accessible than you might think.