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George Miller to Lead Cannes Film Festival Jury

The festival said that the selection of the director of "Mad Max: Fury Road" should be seen as a "celebration of genre cinema."

'Mad Max' Director George Miller To Preside Over Cannes Film Festival

Australian director George Miller will preside over the 69th Cannes film festival, organizers said on Tuesday. Miller, whose latest installment of the Mad Max franchise, 'Fury Road', kicked off last year's festival on the Croisette when...Show More Summary

Cannes 2016: 'Mad Max' director George Miller named jury president

George Miller is having a pretty good 2016. Just a few weeks after scoring an Oscar directing nomination for his “Mad Max: Fury Road,” the Australian filmmaker was named president of this year’s Cannes Film Festival jury.“The 70-year-old Miller has won international acclaim for...spectacular and...

Witness: George Miller Will Preside Over This Year's Cannes Festival Jury

George Miller will serve as president of the 69th Cannes Film Festival, taking place May 11 to 22. The fest announced the honor — which entails heading the jury and handing out the Palme d'Or — on Monday night. "To be there in the middle of this storied festival at... More »

George Miller Named Jury President Of Cannes 2016

Hot off a very successful year for the Mad Max: Fury Road director, George Miller has been named the president of the 2016 Cannes Film Festival Jury, the organization announced tonight. Along with other duties during the film festival,...Show More Summary

Sundance: From buzzy to under-the-radar, a festival for every film fan

The Cannes Film Festival, a wise man once said, is not only impossible to describe to someone who's never been there but also "nearly impossible to describe to someone who has been there." And what's true of Cannes is becoming increasingly true of Sundance. That's because the annual extravaganza...

‘Disorder’ Trailer: Another Movie with Matthias Schoenaerts We Want to See

Disorder premiered last year at the Cannes Film Festival and Alice Winocour‘s (co-writer of Mustang) drama currently has a 100% on Rottentomatoes. Considering the positive reviews and the actors involved, Diane Kruger and Matthias Schoenaerts,...Show More Summary

Matthias Schoenaerts & Diane Kruger Star in New 'Disorder' Trailer

This film is formerly known as Maryland, and has been retitled to Disorder for the release in the UK. A new UK trailer has debuted online for this drama from last year's Cannes Film Festival starring Matthias Schoenaerts and Diane Kruger, directed by French filmmaker Alice Winocour. Show More Summary

Palme Thursday: Steven Soderbergh began his career with wins at Sundance and Cannes

Palme Thursday is A.A. Dowd’s monthly examination of a winner of the Palme D’Or, determining how well the film has held up and whether it deserved the highest prize awarded at the Cannes Film Festival. Two film festivals, divided byShow More Summary

Official US Trailer for Arnaud Desplechin's New Film 'My Golden Days'

"You're quite the traveler." Magnolia Pictures has unveiled their official trailer for Arnaud Desplechin's new film My Golden Days, which first premiered at last year's Cannes Film Festival (Desplechin has been to Cannes before with A Christmas Tale and Jimmy P). Show More Summary

Battle Afoot For Cannes Market Screening Space As Star Cinema Shutters?

For over a century, it’s been a fixture of the Rue d’Antibes, and for many years has played host to packed buyer screenings during the Cannes Film Market which runs concurrently with the Cannes Film Festival. But last week, the Star cinema closed its doors following a protracted dispute with its landlord over a rent hike. Show More Summary

Watch: New Trailer for Jacques Audiard's Palme d'Or Winner 'Dheepan'

"Lord Ganesh, spare us misfortune, make things go well here." Transmission Films in the UK has debuted a trailer for Jacques Audiard's Dheepan, which won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival last year (2015). The film is slated...Show More Summary

Director László Nemes on how 'Son of Saul' is a Renaissance-style portrait of a Holocaust victim

last monthArts : Culture Monster

It is the film that has generated foreign language Oscar buzz since it landed like a meteor on the big screen at the Cannes Film Festival in May. "Son of Saul," the debut feature from Hungarian director László Nemes has inspired plenty of critical raves for its imaginative treatment of a subject...

Director László Nemes on how 'Son of Saul' is a Renaissance-style portrait of a Holocaust victim

last monthHealth : Booster Shots

It is the film that has generated foreign language Oscar buzz since it landed like a meteor on the big screen at the Cannes Film Festival in May. "Son of Saul," the debut feature from Hungarian director László Nemes has inspired plenty of critical raves for its imaginative treatment of a subject...

Meaningful Experience: László Nemes, Géza Röhrig on “Son of Saul”

Since its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in May, László Nemes’ “Son of Saul” has been one of the most discussed films of 2015. In the debut project, Géza Röhrig mesmerizes as Saul, a member of the Sonderkommando at Auschwitz in 1944. Show More Summary

What would happen in a region ruled by France's far-right?

PARIS (Reuters) - The far-right's rising star Marion Marechal-Le Pen might well walk up the steps of the world-famous Cannes Film Festival in southeast France next spring as leader of the region, if she wins elections there on Sunda...

Workplace Buzzwords That Will Be Obsolete In 10 Years

A lot can change in 10 years. In fact, more has changed in the past 10 years than you probably realize. Back in 2005, the (then) newest Star Wars movie, Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, premiered at Cannes Film Festival. Now, we’re waiting for the latest installation of the [...]

New York Film Critics support Weinstein's confidence in 'Carol'

2 months agoHealth : Booster Shots

Since Todd Haynes' smart, swooning romance "Carol" debuted at the Cannes Film Festival in May, the movie has been flying under the radar, with the Weinstein Co. seemingly content to let fall festival favorites like "Room" and "Spotlight" grab all the attention.  The strategy, criticized by some...

'Carol' disrupts the awards race by flipping the script on male dominance

Carol has been in the awards-season conversation since its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, but on Wednesday it dialed up the heat. In a year when gender equality both onscreen and off has been the talk of Hollywood, Carol won four major awards at the New York Film Critics Circle including Best Picture, director, screenplay and cinematography. Show More Summary

‘The Assassin’, ‘Carol’, ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Top BFI Sight & Sound’s Best Of 2015

Taiwan’s The Assassin, from this year’s Cannes Film Festival best director Hou Hsiao-Hsien, has been voted the top movie of 2015 in the British Film Institute’s poll of 168 critics for the organization’s Sight & Sound magazine. No. 2...Show More Summary

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