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‘Leila’s Brothers’ receives positive reviews at Cannes
The Iranian feature, ‘Leila’s Brothers,’ directed by Saeed Roustaee, received positive reviews from critics at the Cannes Film Festival.
Iran’s ‘Imagine’ starring Leila Hatami to be screened at Cannes Critics’ Week
Iranian feature film, ‘Tasavor’ (Imagine), directed by Ali Behrad, will compete at the Competition Section of Critics’ Week of the 75th Cannes Film Festival.
Cannes’ Critics Week unveils jury for 2022 edition
Critics Week (or La Semaine de la Critique), the selection dedicated to first and second films running alongside the Cannes Film Festival, will boast a jury presided over by Tunisian director Kaouther Ben Hania.
Cannes Film Festival announces lineup
Iran’s ‘Leila’s Brothers’ to compete for Palme d’Or
IndieWire’s Thompson: Farhadi could win his third Oscar
Asghar Farhadi is back and in top form with ‘A Hero,’ which premiered to rave reviews at the Cannes Film Festival over the summer.
Cannes 2021: Who will win the Palme d’Or – and who should
Farhadi’s ‘A Hero’ actor award grabs a real possibility
Film critics can’t stop praising Asghar Farhadi’s ‘A Hero’
Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi, taking part in the Cannes Film Festival for the fourth time, attracted the admiration of film critics because of his special filmmaking style.
Buyers embrace Asghar Farhadi’s Cannes contender ‘A Hero’
Memento International unveiled a raft of deals for Iranian director Asghar Farhadi’s Cannes Palme d’Or contender ‘A Hero’.
Russia’s ‘Postman’ wins Nespresso Talents short film competition at Cannes
‘Postman’ by Russian filmmaker Klim Tukaev won the first prize at the sixth Nespresso Talents global short film competition.
Cannes rolls out red carpet for an expanded, more inclusive film festival
For a town that derives its very essence from its annual May celebration of world cinema, the cancelation of the Cannes Film Festival in 2020 due to the pandemic came as a big blow. But thanks to falling infection rates and rising vaccinations, Cannes’ red carpet and its iconic festival have returned with couture glamour and cinematic ambition.
Cannes' green push faces industry's rubbish record
The Cannes Film Festival has vowed to go green, even trimming its red carpet in half – but can it make any difference to an industry built around private jets and rampant consumption?
Cannes unveils 2021 competition jury
The Cannes International Film Festival named the five women and four men who will make up its 2021 competition jury.

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