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This year Deauville celebrates its 47th edition of the festival celebrating US cinema. It opened with Stillwater on September 3. Dylan Penn - whose film Flag Day screened - received the Hollywood Rising-Star Award.
View Films by Strand:
- Deauville Talent Award: Michael Shannon
- Prix D'Ornano-Valenti
- The Croisette Hour
- Uncle Sam Documentaries
- Window On French Cinema
- Youth Programme
View previous years coverage of the Deauville Festival of American Cinema festival:
Deauville Latest Reviews
A young man must survive on the most dangerous planet in the universe to ensure the future of his family and his people.
The director's portrait of her mother.
Trouble lies ahead for a family who have just moved into a chateau, after they hire a young woman as a nanny on impulse.
A 20-year-old woman moves from her small town in Sweden to LA for a shot at a career in the adult film industry.
Thirty years after his film JFK, filmmaker Oliver Stone takes viewers on a journey through recently declassified evidence in the assassination of President Kennedy.
Two women on the verge of a breakup, in a hospital, are further stressed on the night of a big demonstration by the overwhelmed staff and by angry, injured protestors who land up besieging the building.
A father lives a double life as a counterfeiter, bank robber and conman in order to provide for his daughter.
A man's life starts to fracture after he receives an unusual invitation.
A true story about a gay boy growing up in the collapsing USSR, his courageous mail-order bride mother, and their adventurous escape to Seattle in the Nineties.
A widow struggles with grief as strange things happen in her lake house at night.