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These Yachts Offer Front-Row Seats to Cannes Film Festival and Monaco Grand Prix

From Benetti’s Lioness V to Heesen’s Jems, the following yachts will help guests arrive—and stay—in style… Rebekah Bell

Debbie Reynolds Appreciation: One Of Hollywood’s All Time Brightest Lights Lived An Unsinkable Life Right To The End

When I met Carrie Fisher at last May’s Cannes Film Festival to moderate a panel with her, her beloved french bulldog Gary, and director Fisher Stevens celebrating the World Premiere of their new documentary Bright Lights: Starring Carrie...Show More Summary

Perfection: In Defense of Golshifteh Farahani's Character in 'Paterson'

Jim Jarmusch's new film about a poet in Paterson, New Jersey is one of my favorite films of 2016. I saw it twice at the Cannes Film Festival, wrote a glowing review (calling it "the rare perfect film"), and caught it again in Berlin a few weeks ago. Show More Summary

I, Daniel Blake

“I, Daniel Blake” is an extremely Ken Loach-y Ken Loach film, for better and for worse. The surprise winner of the Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes Film Festival follows a middle-aged, blue-collar carpenter struggling to navigate the bureaucracy of the British benefits system after an injury leaves him unable to work. Show More Summary

French acting great Michele Morgan dies, aged 96

3 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

French screen legend Michele Morgan, who starred in some 70 movies and took home the best actress prize at the first-ever Cannes film festival, died on Tuesday, aged 96, her family said. An icon of glamour, Morgan was remembered forShow More Summary

Xavier Dolan on Blink-182, Bottoming, and Being the World’s Biggest Kate Winslet Fan

The 27-year-old director Xavier Dolan packs more into his years than most people — after all, he's already helmed six movies, and his lovely and galvanizing 2014 entry Mommy was an award-winning Cannes Film Festival sensation — but even by his own high standards, 2016 was quite the annum. He ... More »

‘Lion’ Collects Best Positive Film Award In Paris

The Weinstein Company’s Lion won the Best Positive Film award from the Positive Planet Foundation during the organization’s annual ceremony tonight in Paris. The group is a fixture at the Cannes Film Festival, where it spearheads “Positive...Show More Summary

‘Sieranevada’ Actors Judith State And Rolando Matsangos On The Fastidious Pursuit Of “Little Miracles”

A Palme D’Or nominee at the Cannes Film Festival, writer/director Cristi Puiu’s Sieranevada has been submitted as Romania’s Oscar entry for Best Foreign Language Film. A sprawling, ambitious family drama, coming in at a nearly threeShow More Summary

The Actor’s Side: Ruth Negga On ‘Loving’ Acting & The Pic That Could Put Her Front And Center At The Oscars

Although most moviegoers, particularly Americans, may not even have heard of Ruth Negga before her new film Loving debuted at the Cannes Film Festival in May, they have certainly heard of this supremely talented actress of Ethiopian descent and Irish upbringing now. Show More Summary

The Way Of Bresson: Two Books Illuminate The Philosophy And Working Method of a Unique Filmmaker

In 2006 I had the great good fortune to attend the Cannes Film Festival, and after it was over I had the diverting good fortune to be seated on my return flight next to a talented and relatively well-known young actor. We were both in...Show More Summary

Kristen Stewart Silent As Robert Pattinson Brushes FKA Twigs Wedding Update Aside, ‘Twilight’ Star Works Through Alicia Cargile And St. Vincent

Kristen Stewart had a pretty eventful summer. Not only did she premiere two movies at Cannes Film Festival 2016, but in the span of half a year, she went through three relationships, including the ones with Alicia Cargile and St. Vincent. Show More Summary

Loving v. White Anxiety

whiteness Stephanie Abraham On November 4, the new feature film Loving debuted in the United States. The film’s stunning aesthetics, stellar acting, and timely content made it a contender for the Cannes Film Festival’s top prize, the Palme d’Or, and many believe it will compete for an Oscar. Show More Summary

Larose Paris Showcases Beret Collection With NSFW Short Film “La Fille D’Hérode”

Headwear label Larose Paris has released a NSFW short film titled “La Fille d’Hérode,” to showcase its latest French beret collection. Inspired by La Belle Noiseuse, the 1991 Cannes Film Festival Grand Prix prize winner, the film stars painter Adam Marcovic in a scene with his muse, the model Salome Zimmerlin. Marcovic is seen failing to get Zimmerlin […]

Isabelle Huppert On Becoming ‘Elle’: “It Was Almost Like A Documentary About Myself”

Coming out of this year’s Cannes Film Festival, it was clear that Isabelle Huppert would certainly be a contender in this awards season’s actress race for her turn as Michele Leblanc, an emotionally complex women embroiled in a cat and mouse game with the man who raped her in Sony Pictures Classics’ Elle. Show More Summary

Carly Steel Named ‘Entertainment Tonight’ Correspondent

We’ll be seeing more of Carly Steel on Entertainment Tonight. Steel, who has worked as a special correspondent for ET since joining in 2013 to cover the Cannes Film Festival, has been named a correspondent for the top syndicated series. Steel...Show More Summary

Another US Trailer for Asghar Farhadi's Marriage Drama 'The Salesman'

"I was waiting for you..." Cohen Media + Amazon Studios have debuted another new US trailer for Asghar Farhadi's latest film, a drama called The Salesman, which first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival this summer. The title is in...Show More Summary

Palme Thursday: A difficult director won Cannes, telling off the detractors booing his victory

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. Under The Sun Of Satan (1987) I shall not fail to uphold my reputation. Show More Summary

Encore: Jeff Nichols Q&A On ‘Loving’

Editors Note: This Jeff Nichols interview originally appeared May 15, just ahead of the Cannes Film Festival premiere of Loving. The dialogue seemed worth another look as the film opens this weekend to a wide audience as it continues...Show More Summary

The Loving Case Paved The Way For Marriage Equality. Now It’s A Great Movie, Too.

2 months agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Jeff Nichols’ film Loving hits cinemas on November 4, and the movie, which caused a stir at the Cannes Film Festival this year, already is generating some loud Oscar buzz. Loving profiles the life of a young interracial couple during the 1960s. After marriage bans in their home state of Virginia declared their union illegal [...]

Watch: Timberlake, Kendrick show 'True Colors'

Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick showed 'True Colors' off with a stirring performance at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2016.        

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