Cannes: Hollywood Reporter Critics Pick the 20 Best Films of the Fest

By May 29, 2019Awards, Clients, News

GHOST TROPIC 
Grimm V. | Director of Photography
A middle-aged cleaning lady falls asleep on the last subway after working late — and has to travel across much of Brussels to get home — in this beautifully observed, hushed nocturnal odyssey, the third feature from Flemish filmmaker Bas Devos. It’s a droll, delicate, humanistic miniature shot in a palette of rich, saturated nighttime hues.

PORT AUTHORITY
Jomo Fray | Director of Photography
Danielle Lessovitz’s affecting first feature is a tender romance between a young Pittsburgh transplant (played with raw emotional transparency by Dunkirk’s Fionn Whitehead) and a self-possessed black trans girl (the resplendent Leyna Bloom). The queer subculture of the New York underground ballroom scene provides a vivid backdrop.

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