Link(s) of the week:
Deadline’s Pete Hammond dishes on the parties and acquisitions that took place at Cannes. He also praised Robert Redford’s performance in All is Lost, and feels the veteran actor could be up for his second acting nomination this year for his outstanding work.
The LA Times’ Steven Zeitchik is at Cannes, and gives us six things to know about Only God Forgives, starring Ryan Gosling.
Catherine Shoard at The Guardian gives us a look at the worst films for sale at Cannes, in pictures.
David Chen at Slashfilm lists five things that bothered him about Star Trek Into Darkness.
Andrew Dyce at Screen Rant gives away some Easter Eggs and Trivia for the latest Trek film.
While at Cannes, Sasha Stone at Awards Daily takes an early peak at some contenders for Lead Actor this year.
The Film Experience’s Nathaniel Rogers ranks the
10 9 best films of the decade so far (2010 – 2019). I might need to do the same soon…
What Culture’s Christopher Lominac predicts 10 actors who could get nominations in the Best Supporting Actor field this year.
The Hollywood Reporter’s Tatiana Siegel reports on a study done by San Diego State University that the world of film criticism is dominated by men. Is it society’s fault? Is it just that men have more interest in the field? Is it just that there are more men in the world than women?