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Since its inception in 1946, the Cannes Film Festival has embraced the high-brow and the high-glam - new cinema from Iran or China and red carpet parades from Madonna or Nicole Kidman. Who is t familiar with Cannes' famous paparazzi scrums, beachfront happenings and world premieres? But the history of Cannes is also famous for scandals and controversies, where the great nations of the world have gathered and clashed. The history of Cannes is littered with key moments, flashpoints that changed international culture. This vivid and beguiling history reveals the best and most revelatory tales from this festival's spectacular history through previously untold first-hand accounts from key players.
Kieron Corless currently writes for Time Out London and the film magazine Vertigo. He has also written extensively about film and TV for Sight and Sound and the Independent. Chris Darke is a film critic whose work is published internationally, in Film Comment, Sight and Sound, the Independent, and Cahiers du cinema.