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Palme Thursday: Once upon a time, hip art movies could make big bucks in America

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. Blow-Up (1967) Festival acclaim...Show More Summary

Aquarius Opens at Angelika Film Center

Aquarius opens this weekend, exclusively, at the Angelika Mosiac. The film was a Cannes Film Festival Palme d’Or nominee and many are saying it’s star Sônia Braga (Kiss of the Spider Woman) is a lock for an Oscar Nomination. The movie tells the story of a Brazillion woman who stands in the way of … Continue reading Aquarius Opens at Angelika Film Center ?

Watch: Full UK Trailer for Kôji Fukada's Slow Burn Drama 'Harmonium'

"What? I wouldn't let myself be eaten!" Eureka has released an official UK trailer for Japanese director Kôji Fukada's latest film Harmonium, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival this year and won the Jury Prize in the Un Certain Regard category. Show More Summary

Fighting For Our Rights: Kleber Mendonça Filho and Sônia Braga on “Aquarius”

When the Brazilian drama “Aquarius” premiered at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, it received rave reviews for its director, Kleber Mendonça Filho, and sublime leading lady, Sônia Braga. Four years after his acclaimed debut, “Neighboring Sounds,” Filho has crafted another intimate epic about the lives of people in an apartment. Show More Summary

Official US Trailer for Pedro Almodóvar's Latest Colorful Film 'Julieta'

"I'm going to tell you everything I wasn't able to tell you." Sony Pictures Classics has debuted an official US trailer for Pedro Almodóvar's latest film, titled Julieta, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year....Show More Summary

Watch: Official US Trailer for French Coming-of-Age Drama 'Divines'

"You have to dare to be rich." Netflix has debuted a trailer for a French film titled Divines, which won the Golden Camera (or Camera d'Or) at the Cannes Film Festival - the top prize for a first-time filmmaker. Uda Benyamina directs this coming-of-age film about a teen from the slum streets of Paris who meets a dancer that changes her life. Show More Summary

First US Trailer for Assayas' 'Personal Shopper' with Kristen Stewart

"We made this oath - whoever died first would send the other a sign." IFC has released an official trailer for the latest film from French filmmaker Olivier Assayas, titled Personal Shopper, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year. Show More Summary

Palme Thursday: As the New Wave broke, a one-hit wonder topped Cannes instead

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. Black Orpheus (1959) It isn’t often that a movie commences with a perfect summary of its own appeal. Show More Summary

Tim Roth Delivers The Eeriest Performance Of His Life In 'Chronic'

Tim Roth plays an unraveling home caregiver in Michael Franco's Cannes Film Festival hit drama.

Pregnant Lea Seydoux Brings Baby Bump To Cannes Film Festival 70th Anniversary Party!

Lea Seydoux holds onto her baby bump while striking a pose at the Cannes Film Festival: 70th Anniversary Party held at Palais Des Beaux Arts on Tuesday (September 20) in Paris, France. The 31-year-old pregnant actress was joined at the event by her It’s Only the End of the World co-star Gaspard Ulliel and director [...]

Why Kit Harington's New Film Won't Screen at Cannes Film Festival

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Bad news for Game of Thrones fans hoping that Kit Harington may walk the red carpet at Cannes film festival next year: his latest film, directed by Xavier Dolan, will not be showing. Dolan, something of a critical darling at the festival in previous years, said he will not show his new project, The Death and Life of John F. Show More Summary

TIFF 2016: Cannes Hits Come to Toronto

One of the most enjoyable elements of the Toronto International Film Festival is being allowed the opportunity to finally see the films that earned all the buzz at the Cannes Film Festival four months earlier. Most of them are beingShow More Summary

Breakout ‘American Honey’ Star Sasha Lane On Her Chance Encounter With Andrea Arnold – Toronto Studio

Sasha Lane was the breakout star of the Cannes Film Festival in May, when her startling debut performance in Andrea Arnold’s American Honey stormed the Croisette. She’s back with the movie now, for its Toronto Film Festival premiere,...Show More Summary

Official US Trailer for Asghar Farhadi's Latest Drama 'The Salesman'

"What got into you?" Cohen Media has debuted the official US trailer for Asghar Farhadi's latest film, a drama called The Salesman, which first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival a few months ago. The title is in reference to many...Show More Summary

In the Trailer for Cannes Hit Elle, Isabelle Huppert Plays a Rape Survivor Who Tracks Her Assailant Down

Paul Verhoeven’s new film Elle was met with a standing ovation at its Cannes Film Festival premiere, netting rapturous reviews from critics and special attention for star Isabelle Huppert’s tremendous performance. Now preparing for its...Show More Summary

Matthew McConaughey's new movie is a certified dud that's only made $2,730 in one week

Things were looking grim early on for the new Matthew McConaughey movie "The Sea of Trees." It premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2015 and was flooded with boos during the end credits. Then shortly after, for unknown reasons (though you can take a guess), its US distributors Roadside Attractions and Lionsgate backed out of releasing the movie. Show More Summary

Elizabeth Olsen Joins Jason Sudeikis and Ed Harris in Road Trip Drama Kodachrome

Elizabeth Olsen will join Jason Sudeikis and Ed Harris in the road trip drama Kodachrome, reports Variety. The actress was linked to the film before the Cannes Film Festival, but on Friday producers confirmed her involvement with the project. Directed by Mark Raso (Copenhagen) from a script by Jonathan Tropper, the film is based ... More »

Gus Van Sant's maligned 'Sea of Trees' is a deeply reflective experience

Given that it was booed after screening at 2015’s Cannes Film Festival and is opening against a tide of poor advance reviews, Gus Van Sant’s “The Sea of Trees” proves a stronger movie experience than one might expect. It’s anchored by a fine, understated performance by Matthew McConaughey and a...

Champagne Spraying in Monaco During the Grand Prix

2 months agoLifestyle / Luxury : Jet-settera

The Monaco Grand Prix takes place on the weekend after The Cannes Film Festival. The festival can be very tiring. We party all night long and there are all sorts of events during the day. On the last day of the festival, we stayed by...Show More Summary

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