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  1. 1. lifestyle | 04 Jan 2015

    Cannes' line-up promises a big year

    SPECIAL REPORT FROM CANNES

    By Kong Rithdee, Newspaper section: Life

    » As is tradition, it will be helter-skelter in Cannes. The archangels will descend on the red carpet while the critics, all few thousand of them, will practice the old sport of vulturism, eyeing the wrecks and picking up ...

  2. 2. lifestyle | 04 Jan 2015

    Moonrise at Cannes

    SPECIAL REPORT FROM CANNES

    By Kong Rithdee, Newspaper section: Life

    » Pre-teen love and rainbow eccentricity opened the 65th Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday. Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom served up an unusually amusing, toybox-like fantasy as a curtain raiser to the 12-day festiva...

  3. 3. lifestyle | 04 Jan 2015

    Missing Picture, Berkeley premiere at Salaya Doc

    CANNES

    By Kong Rithdee, Newspaper section: Life

    » It’s funny and sad that some Thai academics are still embroiled in a debate about whether documentary film is film. Funny, because it is. Sad, because Cambodia, whose film industry and film schools are struggling hard to...

  4. 4. lifestyle | 04 Jan 2015

    With Grace, Cannes Film Festival opens tonight

    CANNES

    By Kong Rithdee, Newspaper section: Life

    » From the woes of Princess Grace to weird limo sex, from a Saint Laurent biopic to a 3D envelope-pusher, the 67th Cannes Film Festival rolls out its enviably red carpet tonight in an annual cinema bash that sees the world...

  5. 5. lifestyle | 04 Jan 2015

    Cannes, mon amour

    SPECIAL REPORT FROM CANNES

    By Kong Rithdee, Newspaper section: Life

    » Love and other nightmares filled the first half of the 65th Cannes Film Festival. There's post-Revolution love from Egypt, and the love that finds its final destiny, as love should, in death. There are the usual sid...

  6. 6. lifestyle | 04 Jan 2015

    A place in history

    CANNES

    By Kong Rithdee, Newspaper section: Life

    » When people ask why Cannes Film Festival is important, one way to answer that is to look at a film such as Adieu Au Langage (Goodbye To Language). Jean-Luc Godard, 84, is the oldest filmmaker in this year’s competition, ...

  7. 7. lifestyle | 04 Jan 2015

    A graceful yet shallow opening

    CANNES

    By Kong Rithdee, Newspaper section: Life

    » Australian actresses seem to like playing European royals, but often make a hash of it. Last year it was Naomi Watts as Princess Diana, in a supposedly tragic biopic that unfortunately inspired jokes and posthumous dread...

  8. 8. opinion | 04 Jan 2015

    Cannes Report: The Coens and Dutch gallows humour

    CANNES

    By Kong Rithdee

    » The hottest ticket in Cannes over the weekend is, surprisingly, a pre-Bob Dylan tale of a struggling folk singer steeped in his own hilarious myth: "Inside Llewyn Davis" is the new film by Joel and Ethan Coen starring Os...

  9. 9. news | 20 Jan 2015

    Coen brothers to jointly head Cannes festival jury

    By AFP

    » The Coen brothers, award-winning American directors of hits like "Fargo" and "The Big Lebowski", will jointly head the jury at this year's Cannes Film Festival, becoming the first pair to chair the world's top ...

  10. 10. opinion | 04 Jan 2015

    Cannes report: Festival favourites

    CANNES

    By Kong Rithdee

    » After 11 days of hits and misses, of expectations fulfilled and dashed, the 66th Cannes Film Festival will announce the Palme d'Or winner on Sunday.

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