Cannes Film Festival 2015 – all our coverage

See our Posters d’Or gallery, first-look reviews of the festival’s top titles and commentary on the course of the festival itself, including the good, the bad and the wacky awards from a Coens-led jury.

  • Cannes 2015 roundup: in praise of slow-burners

    Cannes 2015 roundup: in praise of slow-burners

    Nick James wakes up the morning after the party pondering the less flamboyant movies that got away – at least from the festival prize-givers.
    Monday 25 May 2015

  • Cannes 2015 awards, and reaction

    Cannes 2015 awards, and reaction

    The decorations from a Coen brothers-led jury spanned the good, the bad and the wacky, says Nick James.
    Sunday 24 May 2015

  • Cannes 2015: the Posters d’Or

    Cannes 2015: the Posters d’Or

    Cannes gives out more and more prizes every year. So why not a Palme d’Or for posters? Isabel Stevens surveys the best designs on show at this year’s festival.
    Saturday 23 May 2015

  • Fatima – first look

    Fatima – first look

    Shame and pride, self-doubt and fortitude play out across two sides of a French/Arab generational divide in this deft portrait of a stymied poet and her daughters, says Amy Taubin.
    Friday 22 May 2015

  • The Assassin – first look

    The Assassin – first look

    Taiwanese social-realist Hou Hsiao-Hsien takes control of the wuxia period martial-arts drama with a deep-end Tang dynasty fable of mysterious and revelatory command, says Geoff Andrew.
    Thursday 21 May 2015

  • Cannes 2015: midway roundup

    Cannes 2015: midway roundup

    A shortage of serious Palme d’Or contenders at this year’s festival doesn’t amount to a shortage of wonderful cinema. Nick James explains…
    Wednesday 20 May 2015

  • Inside Out – first look

    Inside Out – first look

    Pete Docter gets to the head of the matter as Pixar reascend to top form. Reviewed by Jonathan Romney.
    Tuesday 19 May 2015

  • Louder than Bombs – first look

    Louder than Bombs – first look

    A first English-language movie from the Norwegian director of Oslo. August 31st, this multifarious family drama isn’t short of accomplishments but overcomplicates its ambitions, says Nick Roddick.
    Monday 18 May 2015

  • Carol – first look

    Carol – first look

    Todd Haynes revisits 1950s repression and romance with Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara – and steps out of the shadow of his forerunners, says Isabel Stevens.
    Sunday 17 May 2015

  • Paulina – first look

    Paulina – first look

    Argentine writer and director Santiago Mitre’s follow-up to El estudiante is a knotty drama of political ideals played out on the body of a country teacher, says Chloe Roddick.
    Sunday 17 May 2015

  • My Golden Days – first look

    My Golden Days – first look

    Arnaud Desplechin extends and rewinds from his 1996 breakthrough My Sex Life… with a freewheeling flashback portrait of his characters’ coming of age and nascent romance, says Jordan Cronk.
    Sunday 17 May 2015

  • My Mother – first look

    My Mother – first look

    Mortal thoughts again bring out the best of Nanni Moretti, says Geoff Andrew.
    Saturday 16 May 2015

  • Son of Saul – first look

    Son of Saul – first look

    László Nemes’s drama of a Sonderkommando’s private grief amidst public horror demurs from the usual spectacles of Holocaust – and ratchets up the aural impressions, says Nick James.
    Thursday 14 May 2015

  • Our Little Sister – first look

    Our Little Sister – first look

    Koreeda Hirokazu follows up Like Father, Like Son with an episodic saga of four sisters and hymn to Arcadian virtues, reports Nick Roddick from its Cannes premiere.
    Thursday 14 May 2015

  • Standing Tall – first look

    Standing Tall – first look

    The festival gets serious with a social-realist slice of juvenile delinquency for its opening night, says Geoff Andrew.
    Wednesday 13 May 2015

  • Cannes 2015: Where’s Raaooouuuul?

    Cannes 2015: Where’s Raaooouuuul?

    Or is that Raúúúúúúúúúl? At any rate, this strange, recurring howl is less an emblem of Cannes’ clubbiness than of its all-bewildering embrace, says Charlie Lyne.
    Wednesday 13 May 2015

  • Cannes 2015: Opening gambits

    Cannes 2015: Opening gambits

    The august regulars are still in evidence, but this year’s Cannes line-up is rather less predictable – and younger – than in recent years, says Isabel Stevens.
    Wednesday 13 May 2015

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