In a blue dress and with a yellow handbag: Tilda Swinton supported Ukraine at the Cannes Film Festival

British actress, star of “Doctor Strange” appeared in Cannes in the colors of the Ukrainian flag. Tilda Swinton attended the press conference of the science fiction film “Three Thousand Years of Wishes” at the Cannes Film Festival, in which she... Read more

Support in Cannes: Romanian actresses came to the photocall in the colors of the Ukrainian flag

In the past three months, wearing blue and yellow has become an international trend. The colors of the Ukrainian flag are now worn by fashion bloggers, influencers and celebrities from all over the world. In this way, celebrities express their... Read more

After embarrassment in Cannes: Sharon Stone again in a Dolce & Gabbana dress took to the track

Hollywood actress Sharon Stone shines on the red carpet at Cannes for the second day in a row. The 64-year-old star again took to the track in a dress from Dolce & Gabbana. This time, Sharon was wearing an emerald... Read more

Dressed by Ivan Frolov: actress Solomiya Kirillova in a luxurious patriotic dress in Cannes

Creating this outfit, the designer was inspired by Solomiya herself. The dress was prepared specifically for the premiere of the film at the Cannes Film Festival. On May 22, at the Cannes Film Festival, the premiere of the feature film... Read more

In a bright dress and with a flag of Ukraine in her hands: model Alina Baykova demonstrates support for her native country in Cannes

Ukrainian model Alina Baykova is originally from Kropyvnytskyi, but has been living in America for a long time. During the war, the girl actively helps Ukraine and does everything so that as much as possible is said about our country... Read more

With smoke bombs in their hands: protesting feminists stormed the Cannes Film Festival

Members of the feminist group Les Colleuses unfurled a banner and lit smoke bombs during the Cannes Film Festival to draw attention to the issue of violence against women. On a long banner was a list of 129 female names.... Read more

A Ukrainian woman took to the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival in a blue and yellow dress by Oksana Karavanska

The woman decided to draw the attention of the guests of the film festival to Ukraine. Yesterday, May 22, a Ukrainian woman appeared on the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival – the founder of the “Oscar for bloggers”... Read more

With the dress of Sharon Stone there was an embarrassment on the red carpet in Cannes, but the actress behaved with dignity

In Cannes, the film festival continues, where a huge number of celebrities have gathered. Yesterday, with one of them on the red carpet, there was even a small embarrassment. 64-year-old Hollywood star Sharon Stone appeared before the premiere of the... Read more

At first they didn’t take pictures of her, and then they didn’t let her in: Russian Victoria Bonya disgraced herself in Cannes

A 42-year-old Russian woman living in Monaco wanted to promote herself in the war, but as a result, she only disgraced herself with her outfit and ridiculous statements. In connection with the war in Ukraine, this year the road to... Read more

Dress code required: stars who broke the rules of the Cannes Film Festival

We offer you to look at the most daring and strange images that various stars chose for their exits, thereby violating the dress code of the event and a few other established rules. The Cannes Film Festival was first held... Read more

Not only about cinema: 10 important protests at the Cannes Film Festival

Let’s recall a few high-profile statements that will forever go down in the history of this film festival. The Cannes International Film Festival is an event that always attracts the attention of a huge amount of the press. That is... Read more

5 most controversial films at the Cannes Film Festival

Over the more than 70-year history of the Cannes Film Festival, there have been quite a few scandalous films, so we have chosen the most striking examples of how cinema can leave a mark not with a brilliant plot and... Read more

The David Lynch rumours are growing by the day

Still, the question remains as to whether or not there is actually anything to play. One possibility is that what existed of his seemingly abandoned Netflix project – a series of 13 “mini-movies” known collectively as Wisteria (and later Unrecorded... Read more

Benedetta, review: Paul Verhoeven’s story of a wild lesbian nun is as outrageous as you’d expect

How, in a biopic, might one go about telling the life story of Benedetta Carlini, a 17th-century lesbian nun who became abbess of the Tuscan convent at Pescia, only to be stripped of her position and put in prison for... Read more

Benedetta, review: Paul Verhoeven’s story of a wild lesbian nun is as outrageous as you’d expect

How, in a biopic, might one go about telling the life story of Benedetta Carlini, a 17th-century lesbian nun who became abbess of the Tuscan convent at Pescia, only to be stripped of her position and put in prison for... Read more

The Worst Person in the World, review: a cerebral, sexy story about the search for happiness

The film world might have given up on smart romantic comedies, but nobody seems to have told Norway’s Joachim Trier. The latest feature from the director of Oslo, August 31st and Thelma is a welcome new entry in that long-neglected... Read more

Red Rocket, review: a study in how low one man can go

Sean Baker’s films – most recently Tangerine (2015) and The Florida Project (2017) – have fizzed fluorescently in corners of America we rarely get to inspect. His compassion for sex workers in both those pictures was open and unpatronising, the... Read more

The Fury Road feud: why Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy hated each other

This was a challenge for Hardy in particular. On set, the film-making was broken down to an intricate series of set-pieces. He felt Miller was getting lost in the details and cobbling together a disjointed mess – and said as... Read more

The silliest, sexiest spy movie ever made: Monica Vitti and the folly of Modesty Blaise

The actress Monica Vitti, who has died at the age of 90, was one of the shining stars of post-war Italian cinema, not least for her professional and personal association with the modernist director Michelangelo Antonioni. Together, they made several... Read more

The silliest, sexiest spy movie ever made: Monica Vitti and the folly of Modesty Blaise

The actress Monica Vitti, who has died at the age of 90, was one of the shining stars of post-war Italian cinema, not least for her professional and personal association with the modernist director Michelangelo Antonioni. Together, they made several... Read more

Belle, review: a spellbinding, sci-fi fairy tale about our online-offline double lives

When Suzu (Kaho Nakamura) leaves for school one morning, she’s just an ordinary teenager: a little shy, a little awkward, and nursing a blush-inducing classroom crush. But by the time she gets home that evening, she has unwittingly become a global... Read more

Flag Day, review: this father-daughter project won’t help Sean Penn’s directorial career

Is Sean Penn’s new film a fond tribute from a father to his daughter, or just the Hollywood version of Take Your Child to Work Day? The intentions are as flatteringly fuzzy as the glowing 1970s-style camerawork in this adaptation... Read more

Memoria, review: Tilda Swinton stars in a mesmerising cosmic mystery

Many films have been made about things that go bump in the night, but Memoria may be the first about the actual bump itself – a dense, round, metallic thud that reverberates through a bedroom in Bogotá, Colombia, just before... Read more

A Hero, review: an enthralling story of secrets, illicit cash and lies

 PG cert, 127 min. Dir: Asghar Farhadi Asghar Farhadi is one of those filmmakers whose personal style is as steadfast as Marvel’s: allowing for a few cosmetic tweaks and squeaks each time, you generally know what you’re going to get.... Read more

Titane, but real: the people sexually drawn to flags, shoes and the Eiffel Tower

By contrast, for objectophiles such as Titane’s Alexia, no other human being, or part of a human being, is necessary. For them, the object has sex appeal in its own right. The most well-known objectophile is Erika Eiffel, a tower-crane... Read more