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Cannes Casting and Kat Mansoor on Cows! New Andrea Arnold take Nesta @ We Are UK Film 9th July

This is a big’un ! Unpredictable opening with two sets of massive opening eyes as “Cows“ brings Cannes casting to new pastures, far afield in England. A primarily green documentary shoot with animals raging on screen and the cinematographer Magda going about trying to capture animals and their instinct.

Award wining director Andrea Arnold and producer Kat Mansoor have taken a steady 8 years after the first pitch to land the film in classic Arnie style on The Red Carpet tonight here at Cannes!

We’re unsure whether the star of movie Luma will attend the ceremony but if you spot a cow with a white head and unusual features just moo ve out of the way  

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REVIEWS FROM COW by Andrea Arnold

Remarkable. Unflinching and empathetic. There is something very heartfelt and committed about Andrea Arnold’s film: a poignancy and intimacy.
Peter Bradshaw, THE GUARDIAN ★ ★ ★ ★ 

“GRADE: A-. Elemental. A hypnotic spell rife with significance. Andrea Arnold generates empathy for animals better than Disney ever could. A stirring contemplation of a life reduced to resources. Wrestles with the bleak nature of the world while acknowledging its transcendent beauty at the same time. It enacts its simple premise in straightforward terms, but assembles them into a profound big picture. A small miracle. The kind of sound and image deep dive that the term “pure cinema” was invented to describe.”
Eric Kohn, INDIEWIRE

A piece of pure cinema that’s also loaded with political meaning. Gripping. A uniquely fascinating experiment. There is remarkable film craft on display, plenty of moments of wonder and beauty, some heart-melting tenderness and a finale to match The Irishman. Compelling and unique. A vital and ground-breaking work of art. It gives any viewer plenty to chew on.”
Jason Solomons, THE WRAP

Nearly wordless, yet extremely loud. Arnold’s first feature-length documentary applies her characteristic kitchen-sink realism and quotidian poetry to a world where animals exist solely under human control. Captivating. For a brief, divine moment, Cow shows us what a cow’s life could be, were we not there. A mooooving and udderly intimate portrait of bovine life.”
Jordan Mintzer, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

“GRADE: A-. Provides a raw, textured, cinéma vérité view of mortality and animal cruelty—one that forces its viewers to question the nature of human consumption and factory farming, as well as humanity itself. Remarkably moving. Arnold makes cows interesting to look at, if not beautiful: Cow embraces the raw physicality of these animals, from their muscled haunches to their distended udders to their expressive, darting eyes, fringed with white eyelashes."
Caroline Tsai, AWARDS WATCH

“Andrea Arnold turns her astute observational skills to the bovine world. She has cast a charismatic screen newcomer and kept the camera close to her throughout. Cow gives audiences plenty to chew on.”
Anna Smith, DEADLINE


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