The 2023 Cannes Film Festival is full of buzzing world premieres, from Martin Scorsese’s “The Venus Moon Killers” to Wes Anderson’s “Asteroid City.” Todd Haynes is also back for the unveiling of “May December,” which features the A-list duo between Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore, while Disney is bringing Harrison Ford to the Croisette for “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny.” New films from Pedro Almodóvar, Jessica Hautner, Jonathan Glazer, Catherine Corsini, Hirokazu Kore-eda and more are set to debut at Cannes this year.
Cannes is often seen as the launching pad for Oscar season. In the year 2022, Warner Bros. begins. In her longtime awards launch for Baz Luhrmann’s “Elvis” on the French Riviera, the film earned eight Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture. The Palme d’Or-winning “Triangle of Sadness” also earned Academy Award nominations for Best Picture, Original Director and Screenplay. Two of the film’s global nominees, “Close” and “EO,” were released at last year’s festival, while Paul Mescal, best actor nominee for Aftersun, took home awards at the directors’ Fortnight sidebar. All of this means that the industry will be keeping a close eye on the buzz at all of this year’s world premieres.
Watch all of miscellaneous Review from the 2023 Cannes Film Festival below. The report will be updated daily to include the most recent set of revisions.
Jane du Barry
to divide: Lily’s Editorial Film/Out of Competition
Throw: Mowen, Johnny Depp, Benjamin Lavergne, Pierre Richard, Melville Popaud, Pascal Gregory,
diverse’review: The French actress and director Maïwenn can speak for herself, portraying herself as a courtesan-turned-comte in “Jeanne du Barry,” a sensitive and surprisingly low-key portrayal of the French king’s last mistress. What Maïwenn saw fit to involve the beleaguered Johnny Depp in Tabloids as “its own” are just one of many hurdles it has set for itself – but then, no one has embarked on such a project with the intent of satisfying its critics. – Peter Debruge
to divide: Outlet Weekly
exit: Cedric was
Throw: Aryeh Wertalter, Arthur Harari, Stéphane Guérin-Tilley, Nicolas Brianson, Aurelien Chauced
Fifthariety l reviewIn ‘The Goldman Case’, Cédric Kahn formally chained but ultimately dramatized a trial that rocked and divided France in 1976, this inconsistency is but one unexpected point in a courtroom drama that finds equal machinations in the legal system and human chaos. . – Jay Lodge
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