Monday, May 26, 2014

Special Episode - Cannes Film Festival 2014

The Cannes Film Festival has been the premiere location for the more masterworks in cinema than likely any other festival in the medium's history. And with its 67th iteration, Peter finally made it to the Croisette to see what the fuss was about. Thankfully, he was not alone, so in this special episode of the podcast, Keith Uhlich, Glenn Heath Jr., and Jordan Cronk join Peter to discuss some of the highlights that made a splash during their last day at the festival. From heavy-hitting works as far as Turkey and Mali, auteurs working with unexpected performers, and Jean-Luc Godard's 3D extravaganza, the festival provides more than enough fascinating material to simply scrape the surface of these enormous works. 

0:00-1:16 Opening
1:17-7:16 Timbuktu (Abderrahmane Sissako)
7:52-14:22 Winter Sleep (Nuri Bilge Ceylan)
14:23-20:05 Jauja (Lisandro Alonso)
20:55-30:04 Clouds of Sils Maria (Olivier Assyas)
30:57-37:15 Two Days, One Night (Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne)
37:16-48:28 National Gallery (Frederick Wiseman)
49:27-1:02:06 Goodbye to Language (Jean-Luc Godard)
1:02:08-1:14:12 Critics Picks
1:14:13-1:16:32 Close / Outtake
Read Keith Uhlich at Time Out New York, Glenn Heath Jr. at Fandor, and Jordan Cronk at Fandor and Reverse Shot.
Twitters: Keith, Glenn, Jordan
Subscription Options
Notes and Links from the Conversation
-David Hudson's round up of all Cannes coverage
-Jordan's 1st dispatch and on the films in Un Certain Regard
-Glenn's 1st dispatch
-All of Peter's Cannes Coverage
-Timbuktu: Peter's review and Keith's review
-Winter Sleep: Peter's review and Davey Jenkins's review
-Juaja: Peter's review and Danny Kasman's review
-Clouds of Sils Maria: Peter's review and Jenkins's review
-Two Days, One Night: Peter's review and Mike D'Angelo's review
-National Gallery: Peter's review and Keith's review
-Goodbye to Language: Peter's review, Keith's review, and Kasman's review
-Keith reviews Foxcatcher
-Peter reviews Welcome to New York and Amour Fou

Theme Music: “Forward” by Northbound

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