In this pleasurably intelligent movie, Jafar Panahi explores the divide between fiction and documentary, past and present.
The main slate mixes work from established international filmmakers with directorial debuts.
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Two directors in the running for the film festival’s top prize, Kirill S. Serebrennikov of Russia and Jafar Panahi of Iran, are barred from travel by their governments.
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The streaming giant will boycott the festival this year in protest against a rule requiring them to show their movies in French movie theaters.
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