Discoveries at Cannes: Andrea Arnold and Rungano Nyoni Shine

CANNES, France – The Cannes Film Festival celebrates fresh talent, and this year, two filmmakers stand out: Andrea Arnold and Rungano Nyoni. Let’s dive into their remarkable contributions:

Andrea Arnold, known for her powerful storytelling in films like “Fish Tank” and “American Honey,” brings us “Bird.” Set in North Kent, this coming-of-age tale follows 12-year-old Bailey as she seeks adventure beyond her unconventional family life. Arnold’s direction promises a captivating cinematic experience.

Rungano Nyoni’s “On Becoming a Guinea Fowl”

Rungano Nyoni, acclaimed for her debut film “I Am Not a Witch,” returns with “On Becoming a Guinea Fowl.” This family adventure explores identity and transformation. Nyoni’s unique perspective and visual storytelling make this film a must-watch.

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