Cannes Film Festival 2019

From Jim Jarmusch’s zombie comedy to new films from Almodóvar and Ken Loach, we review the highlights from this year’s event
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Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie star in a fairytale that is giddy with revisionist history

From the maker of Amy and Senna, this documentary is slick and compelling but never probes too deeply

The story of an Austrian conscientious objector and his wife is told in three hours of tilling, toiling and Christian stoicism

The film is one of only three by female directors vying for the Palme d’Or

Newcomers Kyle Marvin and Michael Angelo Covino excel in a booze-soaked and bittersweet comedy gem

Antonio Banderas stars as a film-maker with more than a passing resemblance to the great auteur

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Yes, Loach is didactic, but you have to admire his undimmed passion. And he knows how to deliver the gut-punch

Bill Murray, Adam Driver and Tilda Swinton star in Jim Jarmusch’s festival-opening horror-comedy

Set in the Paris banlieue 150 years after the classic novel, Ladj Ly’s urgent drama explores a city still rife with social ills

Everything in Brazilian director Kleber Mendonça Filho’s film is extreme

An ongoing dispute between the film festival and the streaming giant could forever reshape the movie business