2022 Cannes International Film Festival

  • Festivals

Cannes Palme d’Or 2022 winner “Triangle of Sadness” interview with Zlatko Burić

Hilarious, biting and stomach-churning Swedish writer/director Ruben Östlund’s Triangle of Sadness winner of the Cannes Palme d’Or 2022 is a churning satire on the mega rich who find themselves on a luxury cruise captained by an alcoholic Marxist quoting captain (Woody Harrelson). Croatian-Danish actor Zlatko Burić who plays Russian oligarch Dimitry sat down with HFPA member Greet Ramaekers to talk about the film and playing opposite Woody Harrelson.
  • Festivals

“Stars at Noon” – A Labyrinth of Lies and Conspiracies

Romantic thriller Stars at Noon, based on Denis Johnson’s 1986 novel of the same name, stars Golden Globe nominee Margaret Qualley (Maid) as Trish, a headstrong journalist who has an affair in Nicaragua with a mysterious, soft-spoken English businessman, Daniel, played by Joe Alwyn (Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk). While the book is set in the 80s, legendary director Claire Denis (High Life, Both Sides of the Blade) has updated the backdrop from that of the Nicaraguan revolution to the present day COVID pandemic era.
  • Interviews

Golden Globes Around The World Podcast: Chie Hayakawa

As the Hollywood Foreign Press Association joined the world in celebrating the recent 75th annual Cannes Film Festival, there was one movie that stood out for many. So much so, that HFPA Japanese member Itsuko Harai excitedly suggested we talk to Plan 75 writer, director, and cinematographer, Chie Hayakawa about her feature film debut and she became the only filmmaker who took part in an episode of the Golden Globes Around the World podcast during the festival.