Posts tagged "Youth"

2015: A Year in Film

by Joanna Orland Every year at this time I make a last ditch effort to make sure that my movie viewing has not been in vain.  While this year I’m not going as hardcore on ensuring that I see all potential Oscar nominees (this year is a bit of a mixed bag), I’ve hit the […]

The 59th BFI London Film Festival

by Joanna Orland The BFI London Film Festival has come to a close for another year.  The 59th edition had quite an impressive selection of 240 films in its lineup including opening gala Suffragette, closing gala Steve Jobs and other memorable movies such as The Lobster, Youth, Room, Beasts of No Nation, Son of Saul, […]

BFI London Film Festival: Youth Premiere

Stunning, nostalgic, powerful and divisive, Italian director Paolo Sorrentino has created a dazzling piece of cinema with Youth – We spoke with Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel at the BFI London Film Festival premiere of Youth: —

68th Cannes Film Festival

by Joanna Orland Cannes Film Festival (Festival de Cannes) is not only the most famous of film festivals, but it is also considered to be the most prestigious in the world.  From my extensive experience, I am fairly certain that it is also one of the largest. Boasting a fine selection of films in various […]

Cannes Film Festival: Top 10 & Predictions

by Joanna Orland My week in Cannes has come to an end, and while I didn’t see all of the films In Competition, I did manage my fair share.  Here is my personal top 10 of the films I did see, and my hopes / predictions for the film festival’s Competition prizes! — 10.  Valley […]

Cannes Film Festival: Youth

Directed by Paolo Sorrentino Starring Michael Caine, Harvey Keitel, Rachel Weisz, Paul Dano and Jane Fonda by Joanna Orland Stunning, nostalgic, powerful and divisive, Italian director Paolo Sorrentino has created a dazzling piece of cinema with his latest English language film Youth – a film difficult to review as it must be experienced, not described. […]