By Oliver Lyttelton | www.oliverlyttelton.com May 20, 2013 at 11:05AM
Our correspondents on the Croisette might have their heads immersed in this year's festival, but some of the 2012 line-up is still finding their way to these shores. Among them: "In The Fog," the Russian wartime drama from Sergei Loznitsa, the director of "My Joy." The film premiered in Competition at last year's Cannes (picking up the FIPRESCI Award), and is coming to the U.S. from June 14th, and we're pleased to say that we've got the exclusive reveal of the film's U.S. poster below.
Set in Belarus in 1942, the film follows a railway laborer who's suspected of being a Nazi collaborator, and while we haven't yet had the chance to catch it for ourselves, it's won rave reviews for many -- Robbie Collin in the Daily Telegraph called it "a masterpiece of serious cinema; long, slow and grave as the grave." The film will open on June 14th at Village East in New York, and roll out across the country from then, and you can check out the poster, designed by Michael Marquez of MM Creativeworks, below.