Tag: uncertainregard

Cannes 2014 Review: A GIRL AT MY DOOR Is Korean Cinema At Its Finest

Screening in the Cannes Film Festival's Un Certain Regard section this year is A Girl at My Door, a film that is so well-wrought that one can't help but be swept up in its artistry, which effortlessly plunges us into...

Exclusive Clip From Cannes Selection WHITE GOD Releases The Hounds

Selected as part of the Un Certain Regard program in Cannes, Hungarian writer-director Kornel Mundruczo's White God (Feher Isten) tells the story of a girl and her dog. And a potential inter species war. A cautionary tale between a superior...

Cannes 2014 Preview: Un Certain Regard and Midnight Screenings

ScreenAnarchy's Cannes coverage continues, today with a look at our most anticipated films in the Un Certain Regard banner, and throwing in two midnight screenings as well. The Un Certain Regard section was created in 1978, in part to give some...