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Cannes 2018: Table of Contents

The following table of contents contains Chaz Ebert's complete video dispatches from Cannes 2018, produced by herself and Scott Dummler of Mint Media Works, and written dispatches by Barbara Scharres and Ben Kenigsberg. 


Cannes 2018 Video #1: Preview by Chaz Ebert 

Cannes 2018 Video #2: The 2018 Cannes Film Festival Has Begun! by Chaz Ebert

Cannes 2018 Video #3: Women's Protest, Cold War, Ash Is Purest White and More by Chaz Ebert 

Cannes 2018 Video #4: BlacKkKlansman, Fahrenheit 451 and More by Chaz Ebert


Cannes 2018 Video #5: Capharnaum, The First of Many and More by Chaz Ebert 

Cannes 2018 Video #6: Shoplifters, BlacKkKlansman Earn Top Prizes by Chaz Ebert 

Cannes 2018 Video #7: Critics Roundtable by Chaz Ebert

Cannes 2018 Video #8: Ed Lachman, William Nack and More by Chaz Ebert

Written Dispatches: 

Cannes 2018: Everybody Knows, Meet the Jury by Barbara Scharres

Cannes 2018: Yomeddine, Donbass by Barbara Scharres 

Cannes 2018: Scorsese Honored at 50th Directors' Fortnight; Rafiki, a Banned Kenyan Film, Screens by Ben Kenigsberg

Cannes 2018: Leto, Sorry Angel, Border by Barbara Scharres

Cannes 2018: Black Panther Director Ryan Coogler Returns to the Festival by Ben Kenigsberg

Cannes 2018: Christopher Nolan Makes His First Appearance at Cannes by Ben Kenigsberg

Cannes 2018: Ash Is Purest White, Girls of the Sun, Girl by Barbara Scharres

Cannes 2018: Mads Mikkelsen Gets Stranded in the Frozen North in Arctic by Ben Kenigsberg

Cannes 2018: The Image Book, Cold War by Barbara Scharres

Cannes 2018: 3 Faces, Happy as Lazzaro by Barbara Scharres

Cannes 2018: Stanley Kubrick's 70mm Space Odyssey and Gaspar Noe's Dance Party by Ben Kenigsberg

Cannes 2018: BlacKkKlansman, Shoplifters by Barbara Scharres

Cannes 2018: Lars von Trier Returns to Cannes with The House that Jack Built by Ben Kenigsberg

Cannes 2018: The House that Jack Built, At War, Asako I & II by Barbara Scharres

Cannes 2018: Under the Silver Lake, Burning, Sofia by Barbara Scharres

Cannes 2018: Dogman, Capernaum by Barbara Scharres

Cannes 2018: John David Washington on the Emotional Roller-coaster of Spike Lee's BlacKkKlansman by Ben Kenigsberg

Cannes 2018: Ayka, Knife + Heart by Barbara Scharres

Cannes 2018: Palmes des Whiskers by Barbara Scharres

Cannes 2018: The Wild Pear Tree, Plus Awards Predictions by Ben Kenigsberg

Cannes 2018: Hirokazu Kore-eda wins Palme D'or; Gilliam's Man Who Killed Don Quixote Film Closes the Fest by Ben Kenigsberg


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