If the jury holds its nerve, this could be the Palme d’Or winner

This simple story is carried off with all the zest and grit we expect from Ken Loach

Director of ‘The Artist’ Michel Hazanavicius is back with a sprawling, unsettled drama set during the second Chechen war

Little else in this year’s Cannes has the lyrical power of this film’s final sequences

The premise of the latest film from the Dardennes is a little trite, but the execution is as assured as ever

Despite the verve, spew, anger and perversity on display, this neo-Jacobean Hollywood tragedy does not break much new ground

Astonishing performances from Steve Carell and Channing Tatum make this a true contender

Atom Egoyan’s latest is uneven and sometimes tasteless – his return to form remains on ice

For all its terrors, this story about fundamentalism in Mali never drags or seems worthy


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