Cold War

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Loosely based on director Pawel Pawlikowski’s parents’ lives, COLD WAR tells the story of a passionate love affair during the 1950s.


Cannes Short Film Press Conference

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Juanita Samson and Elle Haywood report back from “Meet the Directors” at Cannes.


Capharnaüm

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Juanita Samson reviews CAPHARNAUM, a new drama from Lebanese director Nadine Labaki which screened at this year’s Cannes film festival.


Knife and Heart

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Set in the aesthetically gorgeous backdrop of Paris’ 1970’s pornography scene, KNIFE AND HEART takes viewers on a murder mystery of melodramatic love and loss.


Cannes Film Festival Blog #2

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A daring escape from a piano bar and a run-in with Terry Gilliam – read all about it in the second instalment of Elle Haywood’s Cannes film festival diary.


Under the Silver Lake

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UNDER THE SILVER LAKE takes us on a hazy unfamiliar journey where most of the strange occurrences seem possible, writes Juanita Samson.


Ziggy’s Will

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Elle Haywood speaks to producer Jared Selcer about ZIGGY’S WILL, a short film screened at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.


Dogman

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Matteo Garone delivers a showpiece of raw gangsterism in the Italian suburbs, and the moral complexities of vengeance in a small town community.


In My Room

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Ulrich Köhler’s IN MY ROOM is an inventive and largely compelling take on the ‘last man on earth’ scenario, writes Tina Kendall.


Solo: A Star Wars Story

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SOLO has a nice shiny, squeaky Disney feel to it and lacks the rugged authenticity of the other films, writes Elle Haywood at the Cannes Film Festival.


The House That Jack Built

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Lars Von Trier delivers another uncomfortable cinematic viewing… Elle Haywood reports back from the Cannes premiere.


Cannes Film Festival Blog#1

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Elle Haywood reflects on her first couple of days at the Cannes Film Festival 2018, with fellow Take One reps Tina, Juanita, Jess and Catarina.


BlacKkKlansman

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BLACKKLANSMAN is an astonishing comeback for Spike Lee, writes Juanita Samson.


KÉKSZAKÁLLÚ

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A resonant, deceptively impressionistic portrait of young women on the cusp of adulthood.


In Search of Colour

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A selection of shorts from 1907-1914, most newly restored, showcasing the innovative, two-colour ‘Kinemacolor’ process.