In the first of a series of on location reports, Annette Insdorf is our correspondent at this year’s Cannes Film Festival 2012, May 16-27th. We are honored to feature her coverage, which will also include breaking news announcing the winners at the end of the Festival.
Annette Insdorf returns to the Cannes Film Festival, providing coverage of the films and events. Director of Undergraduate Film Studies at Columbia University, and author of the recently-published Philip Kaufman, she tells us about the most anticipated offerings of the world’s most celebrated film festival-from American selections Hemingway & Gellhorn, Moonrise Kingdom and Lawless to European titles from masters Bernardo Bertolucci, Alain Resnais, Michael Haneke and Jacques Audiard. She gives a preview of Sean Penn’s benefit for Haiti; the large number of documentaries in the Official Selection; and the question of female representation.
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Professor Insdorf is an internationally renowned educator, and her works are hailed as the definitive texts on their subjects. She has also been a jury member of numerous international film festivals.
Reporting from Cannes for over a quarter century, Annette Insdorf previously co-anchored the Festival with Roger Ebert for Bravo and The Independent Film Channel. Her knowledge and insight about cinema, past and present, is a veritable treasure trove of film history and culture. And we’re extremely proud to have her as our correspondent reporting from Cannes again this year.
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