Cannes Critics’ Panel Day 2: Jacques Audiard’s Rust & Bone

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Just before it receives its domestic France release, Jacques Audiard’s 7th feature film Rust & Bone (his 4th presented at the Cannes Film Festival) is an adaptation from Craig Davidson’s novel of the same name. Co-written along with his regular contributor Thomas Bidegain, Audiard actually filmed in Cannes, and no the location idea was not spawned from his last visit at the festival, where he won the Grand Prix for A Prophet. Starring Marion Cotillard, Matthias Schoenaerts, orca whales, blood and a brief presence from Bouli Lanners, our panel appears to be big on the title – it’s currently averaging 3.5 stars out of 5. Click to enlarge!

Eric Lavallée is the founder, editor-in-chief and film critic at IONCINEMA.com (founded in 2000). Eric splits his time between his home base in Montreal, NYC, and is a regular at Sundance, Cannes and TIFF. He has a BFA in Film Studies at the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema. In 2013 he served as a Narrative Competition Jury Member at the SXSW Film Festival. Top Films From Contemporary Film Auteurs: Almodóvar (Talk to Her), Coen Bros. (Fargo), Dardennes (La Promesse), Haneke (Caché), Hsiao-Hsien (Three Times), Kar-wai (In the Mood for Love), Kiarostami (Taste of Cherry), Lynch (Mulholland Dr.), Tarantino (Pulp Fiction), Van Sant (My Own Private Idaho), von Trier (Breaking the Waves)