Cannes Round-Up No. 1: Boos, Rifts, and Violence

 

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As I’ve mentioned, Cannes 2013 is in full swing. Part of the fun for those of us following from across the pond is keeping up with the tidal wave of articles, reviews, and announcements unleashed by the festival. Here are just a few of my faves from the last few days:

A handy list of 10 critics to follow on Twitter during Cannes.

Eric Kohn wrote a strong review of “A Separation” director Asghar Fargadi’s new film, “The Past.”

Nicholas Winding Refn talks violence and Gosling.

Is there a rift between Steven Spielberg and Ang Lee? They say no way

The Playlist looks at some films that were infamously booed at Cannes, including “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me.”

A party was held for Martin Scorsese’s finally-ready-to-shoot passion project, “Silence,” and Jeffrey Wells was there.

 

Photo from the Toronto Star/ANDREAS RENTZ / GETTY IMAGES

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