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Bertrand Bonello discusses Coma and The Beast
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David Hinton on Made In England: The Films Of Powell And Pressburger
Audiard on a crazy musical spree in Mexico
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Director on changing identity, democracy and drug cartels
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G7 satire star power for Rumours filmmaker
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Star reprises creative relationship with Schrader four decades after American Gigolo
Emma Stone gets physical in Cannes
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Lanthimos’ 'muse' on body language, equality and telling stories
Coppola, the fearless, has no regrets
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Megalopolis director values friendship more than personal fortune
Miller still a playful child at heart
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Status 'protected' Cannes star Léa Seydoux
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Breaking the mould Memoir Of A Snail director Adam Elliot on creating textured underdogs and emotional conflict

Teen spirit Inma de Reyes on capturing a youngster's bullfighting ambition in The Boy And The Suit Of Lights

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