Saturday, 23 May 2015

CANNES REPORT - UN CERTAIN REGARD ROUNDUP


The Un Certain Regard awards at Cannes are traditionally held the evening before the main ceremony, and 2015 will continue that tradition. Isabella Rossellini's jury will choose from 19 titles - an equal number to those in the main competition - most of which have featured in individual posts here. A few haven't, though, so here's a roundup of all of the remaining Un Certain Regard screeners:

Laurent Lariviere's I Am a Soldier
Jonathan Romney at Screen Daily
Jon Frosch at The Hollywood Reporter

Nerraj Ghaywan's Masaan
Barbara Scharres at RogerEbert.com
Allan Hunter at Screen Daily

Roberto Minervini's The Other Side
Jordan Mintzer at The Hollywood Reporter