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  1. 81. opinion | 04 Jan 2015

    Cannes report: 'A Touch of Sin' an early favourite


    By Kong Rithdee

    » Good year? Bad year? Average year? The question is common, extraneous, and yet on everyone’s lips after three days into the 66th Cannes Film Festival.

  2. 82. lifestyle | 04 Jan 2015

    Of Grace and Timbuktu

    Cannes Journal, May 14

    By Kong Rithdee

    » The bomb dropped pretty early: Grace of Monaco opened the 67th Cannes Film Festival on May 14 to a collective howl of international critics.

  3. 83. lifestyle | 04 Jan 2015

    Hardly graceful


    By Kong Rithdee, Newspaper section: Life

    » On the heels of the debacle at last month’s Cannes Film Festival, where Grace Of Monaco was dubbed “one of the worst opening films” of all time, the Nicole Kidman-starring cornball biopic has now arrived in Bangkok. The ...

  4. 84. lifestyle | 04 Jan 2015

    Diamond is the future


    By Kong Rithdee, Newspaper section: Life

    » The closest thing to Thailand in Cannes this year is, once again, Cambodia. Last year, Rithy Panh arrived at the festival with moving Khmer Rouge documentary The Missing Picture, which went on to win the Un Certain Regar...

  5. 85. lifestyle | 04 Jan 2015

    Cannes' line-up promises a big year


    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 ...

  6. 86. lifestyle | 04 Jan 2015

    Sin and the art of redemptive violence


    By Kong Rithdee, Newspaper section: Life

    » Sitting in the courtyard of the Carlton Hotel in Cannes, Chinese filmmaker Jia Zhangke talks about violence _ the violence in his new movie that is riding a wave of critical favour at the world's biggest film festiv...

  7. 87. lifestyle | 04 Jan 2015

    Cannes and misdemeanours


    By Kong Rithdee, Newspaper section: Life

    » At the 66th Cannes film Festival, off-screen drama attempts to steal the limelight from on-screen offerings. Last Friday, the news of a diamond robbery at a hotel room from which a burglar made off with US$1 million (abo...

  8. 88. lifestyle | 04 Jan 2015

    Slow-burn fear


    By Kong Rithdee, Newspaper section: Life

    » Bangkok, basked in theatrical blood and phantasmagoric red colour, is a vision of hell in Nicolas Winding Refn's Only God Forgives, a violent thriller that premiered at the 66th Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday.

  9. 89. news | 01 Jan 2015

    S.Korea activist to launch 'Interview' DVDs into N.Korea

    By AFP

    » SEOUL - A South Korean activist said Thursday he plans to launch a series of balloons across the border into North Korea carrying copies of a film which has enraged its leadership.

  10. 90. news | 01 Jan 2015

    China box office sales rise 36% in 2014: state media

    By AFP

    » BEIJING - China's box office sales surged 36% in 2014, state-run media reported Thursday, as the world's second-largest film market after the United States added thousands of screens.

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