Maybe next year they’ll invite us *sniff*
The first image has been released of Lars Von Trier’s explicit sex film, Nymphomaniac and it looks bleak.
The Sundance Film Festival as become the first festival to champion gender equality, with an equal number of films in competition to be made by women.
Winner of the Palme d’Or for 2012, Amour is a film that truly lives up to its name. Casting aside the fiery passion that most of the rest of cinema is obsessed with, it takes an uncompromising look at a love so deep and enduring that it becomes a prison. Never contrived or manipulative, Amour will wrench something deep inside you and not let go. Bring tissues and bring a lot. You’re going to need every last ply.
Not so melancholy now, eh Lars? Eh? Oh, apparently he still is.
Don’t you just love a proportionate response?
A silent movie in 2011? That takes some serious balls…
Malick’s film wins an award and not some French perfume
Woody Allen opened this year’s Cannes Film Festival with a tale of nostalgic wish fulfillment that sees Owen Wilson’s struggling writer transported to 1920s Paris in order to ‘find himself’. With Gertrude Stein, Pablo Picasso and rhinoceros enthusiast Salvador Dali along for the ride, Midnight in Paris is a charmingly unhurried fable which reminds you to be careful what you wish for.