As we all know, “Palme d’Or” is French for Feather Button Hand of Gold Achievement. Or something. Google Translate wasn’t loading this morning. Regardless, it’s as prestigious as awards get, although it hilariously almost never lines up with the Oscars (for good reason). Past winners include Barton Fink, Taxi Driver, MASH, The Third Man, Black Orpheus, La Dolce Vita, The Wind That Shakes the Barley and nearly one hundred other films that should be on a rental queue somewhere.
Austrian director Michael Haneke claimed the coveted Palme d’Or, the top prize of the Cannes film festival, for “Das Weisse Band” (The White Ribbon”), instantly catapulting the movie on the top of the list of this year’s must see fi... Read Post
The Cannes Film Festival is a wrap, and its highest accolade, the Palme d’Or, was granted to Michael Haneke’s “Amour” on Sunday. This was Haneke's second time winning the Palme, just three years after his success with “The White Rib... Read Post