Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Cannes 2016: Here's 11 Movies By Female Filmmakers That Should Have Been at the Festival (Girl Talk)

Girl Talk is a bi-weekly look at women in film — past, present and future. "Lost in Paris," directed by Dominique Abel and Fiona GordonThe filmmaking duo (Dominique Abel is a man, Fiona Gordon is a woman), are Cannes regulars, thanks to their highly original offerings like 2008's Critics' Week pick "Rumba" and their 2011 Directors' Fortnight feature "The Fairy." "Lost in Paris" was long tipped to appear on this year's slate, billed as an off-beat comedy about a Canadian who ends up, you guessed it, lost in Paris amidst a slew of wild catastrophes. The film commenced production in June of last year and is reportedly complete, though not at...

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