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Cannes Film Festival

May 22, 2013 — All is Gatsbyish excess on the Croisette, where the Cannes Film Festival's early tone might well have been set by Baz Luhrmann's lavish film — and by Sofia Coppola's accomplished The Bling Ring.
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Apr 11, 2013 — Cartoonist Lucy Knisley's culinary memoir/graphic novel Relish: My Life in the Kitchen is the work of a food enthusiast, not a food snob; she shares her love of delicious meals with an easy charm that'll send you into the kitchen.
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May 25, 2012 — In his final dispatch from the Cannes Film Festival, critic Raj Ranade takes in a capitalist critique from Cronenberg and a meditation on love from an Iranian legend.
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May 24, 2012 — Bad weather and long lines are testing critics' patience at Cannes, but writer Raj Ranade has another roundup of notable films — including a melancholy mob drama and a "gloriously insane" entry from Leos Carax.
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May 23, 2012 — The political satire No and a wrenching love story from director Michael Haneke are two of the films at the top of writer Raj Ranade's list.
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May 17, 2012 — In the first of several letters from the Cannes Film Festival, writer Raj Ranade parses the fest's appetite for art-house fare and reports on one standout drama that's headed for the U.S. this year.
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