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Olivier Assayas reignites the early 1970s in all their vibrancy and vitality, says Jonathan Romney.
From its long hot shags to its skin-blotched arguments and sleeping faces, Blue is the Warmest Colour pushes the boundaries of naturalism on screen, discovers Jonathan Romney.
Mexico’s travelling documentary showcase brings out the crowds for the best ‘difficult’ movies. Nick Roddick reports.
Claire Denis’ The Bastards peers into the contemporary heart of darkness, says Amy Taubin.
Steven Soderbergh’s Liberace movie – mootedly his last – is not only a cracking time piece, but also carries apt echoes of Citizen Kane, finds Geoff Andrew.
Six of the best in this year’s genre showcase got to grips with distinctly grounded human concerns, reports Anton Bitel.
Paolo Sorrentino, Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi and James Toback show us the money. By Nick James.