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Post Cannes Will Smith Continues To Bang Drum For Netflix As Industry Game Changer: ‘Bright’ At Comic-Con

After extolling the virtues of Netflix during his stint as a Cannes Film Festival jury member, Will Smith continued to extol the streaming service during its Comic-Con Bright panel this afternoon. “It’s interesting to be at the forefront of a new way to consume entertainment. Show More Summary

First Teaser Trailer for Todd Haynes' Wonderful Film 'Wonderstruck'

Meet Rose and Ben. Amazon Studios + Roadside Attractions have debuted the first teaser trailer for the new film from Todd Haynes, titled Wonderstruck, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this summer. The film tells two different stories set 50 years apart, following two kids who venture into New York City. Show More Summary

First Trailer for Korean Action Film 'The Villainess' Starring Ok-bin Kim

"Let me show you what you made me into." Well Go USA has released the first official trailer for an action film from Korea titled The Villainess, which premiered out-of-competition at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this summer. I heard some rave reviews of this and I definitely want to check it out. Show More Summary

Amy Schumer Comedy ‘I Feel Pretty’ Will Hit Theaters Next Summer

The Amy Schumer comedy I Feel Pretty will make its theatrical debut on June 29 next year, STXfilms announced today. STXfilms acquired the Voltage-financed title out of the Cannes Film Festival for an estimated $15M, one of the fest’s biggest deals. Show More Summary

Palme Thursday: Cannes pits Shrek against Mulholland Dr., but a gentler contender won the jury’s heart

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. The Son’s Room (2001) I like to imagine that someone fought passionately for Shrek. Show More Summary

Vicious ‘What the Waters Left Behind’ Recently Completed

Francesca filmmakers Luciano and Nicolás Onetti have announced the completion of their next splatterfest, What the Waters Left Behind (Los Olvidados), which premiered in Marché du Film (Cannes Film Festival) with plans for a full festival run this year and next. Show More Summary

Sofia Coppola on being a pioneer for women directors

3 weeks agoArts : Prospero

WITH “The Beguiled”, Sofia Coppola became the second woman in 70 years to win the best director prize at the Cannes film festival. A momentous occasion? Maybe so, but Ms Coppola herself is unfazed to the point of being offhand.

Nola ‘Expert’ Sofia Coppola Just Penned a Guide to New Orleans

She spent two months in the Crescent City Director Sofia Coppola, who recently won Best Director at the Cannes Film Festival for The Beguiled, spent “a little over two months” working in New Orleans, where she found out that it was not...Show More Summary

Sean Penn’s Much-Maligned Movie With Charlize Theron Finally Has a Trailer

A year ago at the Cannes Film Festival, I sat in a theater for the debut of Sean Penn’s latest directorial effort, The Last Face, as the audience began snickering a minute into the screening, when an overwrought opening title card appeared comparing the horrors of the Liberian Civil War and the ... More »

Coming Distractions: Robert Pattinson is on a gritty mission to save his brother in the new Good Time trailer

Following a well-received premiere at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, we now have another look at Heaven Knows What directors Ben and Joshua Safdie’s new film Good Time, starring Robert Pattinson as a bank robber who desperately attempts to get his brother Nick (Ben Safdie) out of Rikers. Show More Summary

Can Evrenol’s ‘Housewife’ Gets Sticky With New Art

Teaser art is one of our fav parts of movie marketing.  As filmmakers converged on Cannes Film Festival to take meetings and do business last month, Can Evrenol was in town with a duo of illustrated teasers for his English language debut, Housewife.  Two sticker variations by Big Baboli were up for grabs as a […]

Review: ‘The Beguiled,’ Sofia Coppola’s Civil War Cocoon

3 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

Ms. Coppola won best director at the Cannes Film Festival for her film starring Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell, an update on the 1971 movie with Clint Eastwood.

French auteur Bertrand Tavernier takes film lovers on an incredible 'Journey' through the past

The hottest ticket at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, the film people pushed and shoved hardest to get into, was not a heavy drama or heartbreaking romance, but a three-hour-plus documentary on the history of French cinema. If you don't think that sounds scintillating, you don't know Bertrand Tavernier....

The Beguiled: Director Sofia Coppola Talks About Adapting the Novel and Placing Her Style Into Genre Film

After winning the Best Director at Cannes Film Festival earlier this year, Sofia Coppola’s THE BEGUILED will make its way into theaters for a limited release in Los Angeles and New York this weekend. Based off the Thomas Cullinan novel, it’s about young women at a girls’ school who are sheltered from the outside world in Virginia during Civil War. Show More Summary

Video Interview: Sofia Coppola, Kirsten Dunst and Elle Fanning on "The Beguiled"

This past May, Sofia Coppola made Cannes Film Festival history by becoming only the second woman to win the Best Director prize for "The Beguiled." The film is a gothic Civil War set potboiler based on the 1966 book by Thomas P. Cullinan and originally made into a film in 1971 by director Don Siegel and starring Clint Eastwood. Show More Summary

New US Trailer for 'From the Land of the Moon' with Marion Cotillard

"I am planted within you. I am alone with you." IFC Films has debuted an official US trailer for the French drama From the Land of the Moon, which first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival last year (not this year). This romantic story...Show More Summary

Beautiful Second Trailer for Bong Joon Ho's Animal Rescue Film 'Okja'

"Everything you believe you know about Okja is a lie." Netflix has launched a second full-length trailer for Bong Joon Ho's Okja, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival last month to quite a bit of good buzz. The film stars Ahn Seo-hyun as a girl named Mija who befriends a giant pig-hippo-cow creature she calls Okja. Show More Summary

Bella Thorne Confirms Everything You've Always Thought About Scott Disick

last monthNews : Huffington Post

When photos of Bella Thorne and Scott Disick cuddling poolside during the Cannes Film Festival made the internet rounds, the world promptly responded with a collective cannes we absolutely not. Their May-December “romance” (and Disick’s...Show More Summary

Video Interview: George Lepauw on CIMMfest

At this year's Cannes Film Festival, I had the opportunity to interview George Lepauw, the renowned musician and Executive Director of CIMMfest, the Chicago International Movies and Music Festival. Though it has previously taken place around the same time as Ebertfest, this year the festival is moving from April to November. Show More Summary

‘Okja’ Director Hopes Netflix Controversy Becomes A “Signal Flare” In Establishing New Rules On Day-And-Date Streaming

Bong Joon-Ho, the South Korean director whose film Okja was the subject of much controversy at the Cannes Film Festival last month, has said that he hopes the debate following the film will become a "signal flare" in establishing new...Show More Summary

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