Set in a northern Italian countryside across two historical periods, Italian director Alessandro Comodin’s first fictional feature unspools in the Critics’ Week sidebar at Cannes.
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Cambodian filmmaker Rithy Panh returns to Cannes with another movie about his country’s and his own Khmer Rouge-scarred past.
South Korean filmmaker Jero Yun's documentary, about a North Korean defector's life in China and Seoul, will travel to Cannes' ACID sidebar after its bow at Jeonju.
Prior to his new film’s world premiere at Cannes, South Korean auteur Park Chan-wook and his team recall their experience making 'Oldboy,' a Grand Prize winner on the Croisette in 2003.
Sammo Hung directs and stars in an action-drama about a retired soldier's last baddie-bashing hurrah before succumbing to dementia.
Taiwan-based filmmaker Midi Z returns to his birth country of Burma to follow his elder brother's near-delusional pursuit of riches in rural jade mines.
Veteran actor-director Kaori Momoi relocates a Japanese short story about an arsonist's recollections of her past to her current home of Los Angeles.
Indian filmmaker Rohit Mittal’s debut revolves around a film crew following a cabbie’s meltdown into madness and murder.
Veteran Korean actress Youn Yuh-jung delivers a powerful performance as a sex worker confronting her and her ex-patron’s problems in old age.
Nepalese filmmaker Min Bahadur Bham’s first feature revolves around two boys’ mission to relocate their missing hen as civil war rages around them.