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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: ‘Une Histoire d’Amour et de Désir’ Excels at Being Just That

“Une Histoire” not only excels at what it sets out to do, but also leaves its audience rapt and aching for more. As Bouzid said of her hopes for the film at the beginning of the premiere, “I hope you’ll want to love, and to wish to do something else than love. To touch, too.”

Cannes Par Jour: Days 6 & 7

Chalamet was on the red carpet for the premiere of the “The French Dispatch.” I was behind the barricade after waiting in line for five-plus hours. It was a match made in heaven.

From Cannes: Intimacy and Small Spaces in ‘Hytti Nro. 6’

Richard Linklater’s “Before Sunrise” posits that sharing a long train ride with a stranger is romantic. In his sophomore film, “Hytti Nro. 6” or “Compartment No. 6,” however, director Juho Kuosmanen would seem to disagree.