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From Cannes: Portrait of an Artist: Christina Rose

The Harvard Crimson sat down with Rose while she was at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival to chat about identity, inspiration, hope, and what’s next for her career. This conversation has been edited and condensed for clarity.

From Cannes: ‘Nitram’ is a Compelling, if Unsure, Look at the Makings of a National Tragedy

“Nitram” is undoubtedly a strong technical film, especially with Jones's lead performance. However, its convoluted relationship with mental health, and its self-confused goals of sharing the Port Arthur Massacre story still leaves it with plenty of room to grow.

From Cannes: Portrait of an Artist: Eva Lanska

The Harvard Crimson sat down with Lanska at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival to discuss her path to directing, advice for young filmmakers, and what it takes to succeed as a woman in a notoriously difficult industry.

From Cannes: ‘Les Intranquilles’ is a Moving, Bleak Portrayal of Bipolar Disorder

“Les Intranquilles” is a film that aims to walk that difficult line as it tackles one of the most deadly and complicated mental illnesses: bipolar disorder.

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