Seventy-six years after the Festival de Cannes was founded, the coveted Palme d’Or remains one of the industry’s highest honors. The award has been awarded to some of the greatest directors in history – Roberto Rossellini, Orson Welles, Henri-George Clouzot, Luis Bunuel – with a firmly global outlook , rewarding new work that takes risks and sheds light on pressing social issues, no matter where they come from.
Before this year’s festival, there will be an event from May 16 to 27, we are shortlisted 16 Past winners rewatch now, from super From realistic 70 musicals to heartwarming Japanese family dramas.
1. Sweet Life
Sweet Life,70. Photo: Shutterstock
Of the oeuvre of Federico Fellini, there is none better than this The vibrant masterpiece couldn’t be better presented. 7 Decadent Days in Rome, it follows a world-weary journalist (Marcello Mastroianni) chasing stories for his gossip column. The women he courts are alluring and enigmatic – Anouk Aimée is a jaded heiress, but Anita Ekberg is most alluring, a filmmaker star, she danced into the night before wading into the Trevi Fountain in a floor-length ball gown.
How to watch: Stream on Amazon with Filmbox Live.
2. explode (1966)
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