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"The Ballad of Narayama" is a Japanese film of great beauty and elegant artifice, telling a story of startling cruelty. What a space it opens…

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Barbara Cannes 2015

The following table of contents compiles coverage from RogerEbert.com of Cannes 2015, featuring essays and videos from Barbara Scharres of the Siskel Film Center. Barbara saw most of the highly-buzzed films from this year's event, including new works from Todd Haynes, Matteo Garrone, Woody Allen, Gus Van Sant, Joachim Trier, Denis Villeneuve, Gaspar Noe, Paolo Sorrentino, and Jacques Audiard, whose film won the Palme d'Or.

Welcome to Cannes 2015

Cannes 2015: "Standing Tall," "Our Little Sister," "Tale of Tales"

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Cannes 2015: "Son of Saul," "An," "One Floor Below"

Cannes 2015: "The Lobster," "Irrational Man"

Cannes 2015: "The Sea of Trees"

Cannes 2015: "Mia Madre"

Cannes 2015: "Carol," "Nahid"

Cannes 2015: "Mon Roi," "Zvizdan," "Louder Than Bombs"

Cannes 2015: "The Measure of a Man," "Cemetery of Splendor," "Marguerite & Julien"

Cannes 2015: "Sicario," "Mountains May Depart"

Cannes 2015: "Youth," "Madonna," "The Assassin"

Cannes 2015: "Dheepan," "Love," "Valley of Love"

Cannes 2015: "Chronic," "Masaan"

Cannes 2015: "Macbeth," "Ice and the Sky"

Cannes 2015: Palme de Whiskers

Video: Cannes Roundtable Discussion


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