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Watch: Teaser Trailer for Hou Hsiao-hsien's Cannes Hit 'The Assassin'

This looks like it's going to be incredible. The first teaser trailer for one of the big hits of this year's Cannes Film Festival has arrived online. It's a short teaser for Hou Hsiao-hsien's The Assassin, starring Shu Qi, showing a few of scenes without any subtitles or voiceover, but it still looks stunning. Show More Summary

‘Amy’ Review: Amy Winehouse Documentary Harrowing & Unforgettable

Without question one of the best movies I saw at May’s Cannes Film Festival was one I resisted at first. I really wasn’t all that interested in seeing Amy, Asif Kapadia’s documentary on the life of singer Amy Winehouse. Her unnecessary...Show More Summary

Amy Winehouse's Father Mitch Is Full Of Shit

For months, Mitch Winehouse has waged a public battle against Asif Kapadia’s documentary Amy, which premiered in May at the Cannes Film Festival and opens Friday in select theaters. In chronicling the ascent to fame and downward trajectory of Amy Winehouse, Kapadia’s film does not paint Mitch in the best light. Show More Summary

‘Breathe,’ the Tale of Adolescent Obsession Written and Directed by Mélanie Laurent, Is Coming Stateside

Actor turned writer/director Mélanie Laurent first debuted Breathe (or Respire if we’re being pedantic) at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, but U.S. audiences — who were introduced to Laurent in a Hollywood context through Inglorious Basterds — will finally have the chance to see it. Show More Summary

Mike Tyson vs. Trevor Berbick

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Over the years we’ve come to know Mike Tyson as many things: song and dance man, reality show star, loose cannon on radio talk shows, celebrated guest at the Sundance and Cannes film festivals, convicted rapist, et cetera, et cetera, and all that…

Alain de Greef, One of Canal Plus' "Founding Fathers," Dies at 68

He was known as a collaborator and friend of Pierre Lescure, now president of the Cannes film festival. read more

What I Learned Judging the Innovation Lions, Where Actions Are the World's Best Ads

Cannes Lions was born out of the Cannes Film Festival in the 1950s. And so, unsurprisingly, its origins were in narrative filmmaking—it awarded good commercials. Billboards weren't added until nearly 40 years later. And this, apparently,...Show More Summary

Watch 14-Year-Old Amy Winehouse Sing 'Happy Birthday' in New Doc

The acclaimed Amy Winehouse documentary Amy will arrive in theatres July 3rd after generating rave reviews at the Cannes Film Festival, and in a new clip from the intimate film, witness a 14-year-old Winehouse belt out an impressive "Happy Birthday" at a friend's birthday party in 1998. This early evidence of...

World’s most expensive cookbook launched by Chef Vikas Khanna at the Cannes Film Festival

The world renowned chef who is also a filmmaker, humanitarian and the host of the TV show Master Chef India, Vikas Khanna unveiled his 21st book ‘Utsav – A culinary epic of Indian festivals’ at the French Riviera in Cannes during the weekend. Show More Summary

[Review] ‘Deep Dark’ Out of the Sci-Fi London Film Festival

Every hole is a goal as well as a source of artistic inspiration in Deep Dark which had a European Premiere at Sci-Fi London Film Festival in the UK. The twisted horror comedy, previously spotted at Cannes film festival market with a sharp toothed smile behind a cheeky tag line captures perfectly the pretentious art […]

Cannes 2015: How Being Festival Jurors Changes Filmmakers

When a filmmaker like Joel Coen or Xavier Dolan heads a jury as prestigious as the Cannes Film Festival, is he taking on more of the role of the film critic than the filmmaker? In essence, isn't he judging one film against another in...Show More Summary

E3 2015: our 13 favourite games

From the epic Star Wars Battlefront to the intimate Beyond Eyes, here are our most memorable moments from this year’s rather fantastic event Last week, E3 – the Cannes film festival of the video game industry – attracted more than 50,000...Show More Summary

New Details Emerge! Charlize Theron Gave Sean Penn The Silent Treatment At The Cannes Film Festival Before Their Split!

Ooh, the cold burn! It seems like it was just yesterday that Charlize Theron and Sean Penn were headed for wedded bliss — when it seems the Mad Max: Fury Road actress just stopped answering Sean's phone calls. A source shared that the Oscar winner just stopped talking to the Mystic River star during the Cannes Film [...]

Emily Blunt Takes on a Drug Cartel in the First ‘Sicario’ Trailer

Sicario (the title is Spanish for “hitman”) was one of the buzziest titles at this year’s Cannes Film Festival,… Read More

Voicing 'Inside Out' stirred emotions for Amy Poehler and Phyllis Smith

Joy and Sadness often can be found sharing moments together, even an entire lifetime, but if you want them to share a hotel room for an afternoon, it takes Pixar and the Cannes Film Festival to make that happen.

‘Inside Out’ An Inside Look At Emotional Turmoil

After taking the Cannes Film Festival by storm this year, even though it was out of competition, Pixar’s Inside Out is already being hailed as a new Pixar blockbuster. Comedian Lewis Black, who voices Anger in the film, says that the film is “one of the most extraordinarily creative projects” he has ever worked on. Show More Summary

Sean Penn And Charlize Theron Reportedly Split

Sean Penn and Charlize Theron have called it quits, reports Us Weekly. Multiple sources told the magazine the couple, who have been together since December 2013, split up after their trip to the Cannes Film Festival in May. E! News also...Show More Summary

Why Cannes Showed That Awful FIFA Movie

Actor Gerard Depardieu personally intervened to persuade the Cannes Film Festival to show the FIFA-funded movie United Passions, which earned $607 in its US debut and reviews that branded it "pure cinematic excrement." Cannes director Thierry Fremaux said he initially rejected the movie, thinking it unworthy of the world-famous festival....

Palme Thursday: A Cannes winner so controversial, its director almost quit filmmaking

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. Underground (1995) Political cinema...Show More Summary

Xavier Dolan + Gia Coppola Go Poolside for Assistant Cover Photo Shoot

After taking the Cannes Film Festival by stylish storm, director and actor Xavier Dolan perfects his modeling skills. Posing with friend Gia Coppola, Dolan covers the spring-summer 2015 issue of Assistant magazine. Starring in a summer-themed...Show More Summary

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