Cannes Film Festival 2023

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Anselm (Das Rauschen Der Zeit) (Country: Germany; Year: 2023; Director: Wim Wenders)
A poetic look at the works and thoughts of Anselm Kiefer. A film about painters and sculptors, with and about an artist, his works and his background.
Man In Black (Year: 2023; Director: Wang Bing; Stars: Wang Xilin)
A lengthy exhibition piece in which the Chinese composer Wang Xilin, exiled in Germany, reflects on episodes in his life.
Marguerite's Theorem (Le Théorème De Marguerite) (Country: France, Switzerland; Year: 2023; Director: Anna Novion; Writer: Agnès Feuvre, Marie-Stéphane Imbert, Mathieu Robin; Stars: Ella Rumpf, Jean-Pierre Daroussin, Clotilde Courau, Julien Frison, Sonia Bonny)
The life of a maths genius shifts after she makes a mistake.
Occupied City (Country: UK, Netherlands; Year: 2023; Director: Steve McQueen; Writer: Bianca Stigter)
A documentary about Amsterdam under Nazi occupation during World War II, between the years 1940 and 1945.
Pictures Of Ghosts (Retratos Fantasmas) (Year: 2023; Director: Kleber Mendonça Filho)
A portrait of the city of Recife, re-envisioned in its 20th Century glory through the remains of the cinema palaces which were central to its busy social milieu.

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