Cannes days 10 and 11 are all busy wrapping the film festival of 2022 up with a couple of last screenings and announcing the awards of some categories.

Cannes days 10 and 11 are the last two days before the end of the film festival 2022, so officially the final countdown has already begun for the closing ceremony. The 75th Cannes film festival 2022 brought a number of films to light and was a celebration of the art of making a film after a long time of two years because of the pandemic. While the red carpet looks to make up for the news roundup around the world yet it’s the various film screenings from feature to short to fiction to non-fiction to the discussion of films and their politics that the film festival focuses on.

While the closing ceremony will reveal the many awards of this season’s festival yet La Cinef, the short film competition for various film schools has revealed its 3 awards. And as the screenings of the last few films are still taking place there was a fun karaoke for the people at the Mache beach. Guillermo del Toro has something to share with us all as well as the movie fans from around the world who got to attend the festival share their experience as well. Catch up on all of this and much more that happened from beyond the red carpet at the 75th Cannes Film Festival.

La Cinef young directors share their experience

The young directors of the 16 film schools selected by Cinef a completion for film students where they get to showcase their short films and win an award. They share their experience of participating in Cannes 2022 and what all they went through.

A fun karaoke at the Mache beach

The Cinef unveils its 3 Awards 

Screening of Close, Broker, and Pacification

The film CLOSE by Lukas Dhont is a 2022 Belgian drama film while BROKER by Hirokazu Kore-eda is a 2022 South Korean drama film and PACIFICATION by Albert Serra.

Screening of Rebel, and The Blue Caftan

The film REBEL by Adil el arbi & Bilall Fallah is not a part of the competition but was part of the midnight screenings while LE BLEU DU CAFTAN aka THE BLUE CAFTAN was screened under Un certain regard.

Movie fans from across the world share their experience

Guillermo del Toro shares his experience of being at Cannes over the years

The special guest of the 75th Cannes film festival Guillermo del Toro in this interview of mere 9 minutes goes through a nostalgic journey to share his the experience of being in the film festival since 1993 when he first premiered.

And other happenings

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