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What to See | Cannes 2017

The single most anticipated film in the competition for the festival’s top honor, the Palme d’Or, is Sofia Coppola’s remake of Don Siegel’s lurid guilty pleasure The Beguiled.

Whisky Galore!

Due to World War II rationing, a small Scottish island runs dry of its beloved drink, and the entire population nearly goes mad.

The Wall

A welcome addition to the growing collection of films depicting the Iraq War.

Elián

The story of a refugee boy and the media frenzy that grew around him.

Violet

In its stylized way, Violet highlights a particular kind of masculine stalemate.

Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer

A nebbishy Richard Gere rises to the heights of influence by becoming a mensch.

When God Sleeps | Tribeca 2017

Even with death threats hanging over him, Iranian musician Shahin Najafi refuses to be silenced.

3 Films to Watch for | Tribeca 2017

A touching father and son comedy, a women’s suffrage drama, and a psycho thriller: three winning films from the recent Tribeca Film Festival.

Paris Can Wait, The Lovers, The Dinner, and Manifesto | Tribeca 2017

After seeing the following four films in particular, one would hope that they are harbingers for what the rest of the year may hold: complex, starring roles for actresses.

Risk

In some ways, Risk is one of the more fascinating recent depictions of the cult of personality.