But it won’t be called Halloween: The Next Chapter
Stresses importance of keeping the series grounded
Project already has a title confirmed
What: You come to Cannes expecting to see greatness, but the best films are the ones you knew nothing about prior to the festival, the ones that creep up on you and leave you completely enamoured.
Best bit: Films such as Snowtown and Wu Xia were out of competition favourites in the TF stable, and as for competition films, The Artist and Drive left us very excited about the cinematic year ahead.
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May 23rd 2011, 17:10
Just wanted to say congrats, I've been actively following your coverage and I'd like to thank you Total Film for opening my eyes to a festival that I previously knew nothing about and doing so in such a great manor. Keep up the good work! :)
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May 23rd 2011, 20:04
I bet the Best AND worst bit was checking out the z-grade movies like l***o-ninja's VS Roboshark... (i made that title up, buit it could happen!)
Jun 7th 2011, 8:36
The take-away: Catch Tree of Life, The Artist, and then hit the beaches.
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