Cannes 2014 Coverage: Table of Contents
May 16, 2014
The 67th Cannes Film Festival is underway and we're covering it from all angles with reports from Chaz Ebert, Barbara Scharres, Michal Oleszczyk, and Ben Kenigsberg, along with news reports and a few articles from Roger's days covering his favorite fest. From "Mr. Turner" to "Life Itself," and dozens of films in between, don't miss a single article. Bookmark this page and come back for new articles every day.
Cannes 2014 Preview: Legendary Directors Lead Impressive Festival Line-Up by Barbara Scharres Cannes 2014 Video Preview by Chaz Ebert As Cannes Opens, So Does a Steak 'N Shake by Ben Kenigsberg Day One: "Grace of Monaco," "Timbuktu" by Barbara Scharres Lust For Light in Mike Leigh's "Mr. Turner" by Michal Oleszczyk Day Two: "Mr. Turner," "That Lovely Girl," " Party Girl" by Barbara Scharres Critics' Week Opens with "FLA" by Ben Kenigsberg Twitter Responds to a Steak 'n Shake Opening at Cannes Tromatic Tribute to Roger Playing at Cannes Cannes Flashback: A Study in the Art of Being Rude Day Three: "Captives" by Barbara Scharres Day Three: "Winter Sleep," "Wild Tales" by Barbara Scharres Dragons in Anatolia: The Beauty of Cannes Hustle by Michal Oleszczyk At Cannes, "Red Army" and "Self Made" Look at Culture Clash by Ben Kenigsberg Drive in Fright: David Michod's "The Rover" by Michal Oleszczyk Cannes Flashback: David Lynch Gives Filmgoers All They Can Handle "Saint Laurent," "The Wonders," and "The Crossing" by Barbara Scharres Abel Ferrara's Scandal-Ready "Welcome to New York" by Ben Kenigsberg Day Five: "The Homesman" by Barbara Scharres Events About Roger Ebert Set For This Week at Cannes Day Five: "Map to the Stars" by Barbara Scharres In "National Gallery," Frederick Wiseman Observes the London Museum's Operations by Ben Kenigsberg Cannes Flashback: France's Depardieu a One-Man Festival The Fault in Our Stars: David Cronenberg's Latest Triumph by Michal Oleszczyk Video: Cannes Film Festival Opens with Star-Studded Events by Chaz Ebert Day Six: "Foxcatcher" by Barbara Scharres Day Six: "Still the Water," "A Girl at My Door," "Bird People" by Barbara Scharres "The Kindergarten Teacher," "Beautiful Youth," and "It Follows" by Ben Kenigsberg Cannes Flashback: 16 Films in 5 Days; 1 Meal in 5 Hours Day Seven: "Two Days, One Night," " Coming Home" by Barbara Scharres The Best of the d'Ors by Michal Oleszczyk Day Seven: "The Salt of the Earth," "In the Name of My Daughter" by Barbara Scharres Ryan Gosling's "Lost River" Earns Derision, But Dazzles Too by Ben Kenigsberg Cannes Flashback: The Festival Comes Into Focus Day Eight: Jean-Luc Godard's "Goodbye to Language" by Barbara Scharres Day Eight: "The Search" by Barbara Scharres Video: Cannes Premieres of "Life Itself," "Foxcatcher," and "The Homesman" by Chaz Ebert John Boorman's "Queen and Country" and Xavier Dolan's "Mommy" by Ben Kenigsberg Polish Lenser Brings Immediacy "Refugiado," Diego Lerman's Latest by Michal Oleszczyk Day Nine: Ken Loach's "Jimmy's Hall" by Barbara Scharres Cannes Flashback: Bold and Beautiful Show Their Cannes-Do Spirit Day Nine: "Leviathan," "Misunderstood" by Barbara Scharres Day Ten: Olivier Assayas' "Clouds of Sils Maria" by Barbara Scharres Cannes Flashback: Hollywood Plays It Safe, Sorry The 2014 Palme de Whiskers by Barbara Scharres Critics' Week Winner "The Tribe" and Un Certain Regard Winner "White God" Plus the 20th Anniversary of Pulp Fiction by Ben Kenigsberg Video: Awards, Premieres, and More at Cannes 2014 by Chaz Ebert Cannes Flashback: Waiting For Godard Nuri Bilge Ceylan's "Winter Sleep" Takes Palme d'Or by Ben Kenigsberg Cannes Flashback: Why It's All Worth It
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