Projection Issue Spoils Netflix Cannes Debut

No doubt the Cannes Film Festival wishes to put the discussion surrounding their programming two Netflix titles at this year’s festival behind them. Yet in an ironic moment that underscored the ongoing debate of selecting films that will never be…

Cannes Film Festival Jury Answers The Netflix Question

Hanging over the start of the Cannes Film Festival today was the incessant discussion over the selection of two films produced by Netflix to appear in competition. It was all anyone attending Cannes, and especially those that aren’t, could talk…

Jarmusch Gets Poetic About Moviegoing With “Paterson”

There is a scene in “Paterson“, the latest narrative feature from filmmaker Jim Jarmusch, in which the main character and his eccentric wife head to the movies to see, naturally, a black and white adventure horror film from 1932 titled…

Woody Allen Goes Digital With Vittorio Storaro In Cannes

CANNES, FRANCE – Acclaimed filmmaker Woody Allen gives off the impression that he is not one to accept change very quickly, or even willingly. Almost all of Allen’s films open with short, simple credits featuring white text on a black…

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