After a Cannes premiere, Wes Anderson’s “Asteroid Metropolis” opens in theatres. Whereas some critics say the indie director is consistently remaking the identical quirky film, FRANCE 24’s movie critic Lisa Nesselson hasn’t bored with Anderson’s pastel color scheme. She says “Asteroid Metropolis” is stuffed with great moments, with Fifties American iconography that is “splendidly evocative”.
We’re additionally joined by French director Bertrand Bonello, the pinnacle of the function movie jury on the twelfth annual Champs-Élysées Movie Competition, which showcases impartial work from France and the US. He explains what it means to be an impartial filmmaker in France, how he feels about streaming providers, and the way vital it’s to protect France’s distinctive cinema funding system.
Lastly, we check out the newest movie from the animators at Pixar. “Elemental” is a “Romeo and Juliet”-inspired story about whether or not the bond between two opposing components can overcome their natures and their households.