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Eight Months Later, Princess Grace Flick is Still a Turkey

The Daily Telegraph‘s Robbie Collin recently shared all you really need to know about Grace of Monaco, a biographical drama that died an instant death as this year’s Cannes Film Festival gala opener. In his “Five Worst Films of 2014”...Show More Summary

Michelle Williams' Short Hair Is A Thing Of The Past

Michelle Williams has been sporting a short pixie cut for years, debuting the edgy look at the New York Film Festival, in 2007, and again at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival. Photographed near her Brooklyn home on Sunday, sporting a bleached...Show More Summary

Watch: US 'It Follows' Trailer Arrives, Horror to Debut in March 2015

Back at Fantastic Fest, our own Jeremy Kirk gave the indie horror It Follows a pretty rave review. The film has already made the round at several festivals this year, including Cannes, and it'll pop up at Sundance in January too. Now,...Show More Summary

Movie Review: This year’s Palme D’Or winner, Winter Sleep, may be too much of a good thing

Even before this year’s Cannes Film Festival had begun, Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s Winter Sleep was considered the odds-on favorite to win the Palme D’Or, which it ultimately did. Not bad guesswork, given that nobody had seen the film, nor any of the others in competition, yet. Show More Summary

The Captive

Getting booed at Cannes isn't always the disastrous omen it would appear to be. When you look back at all the films that have sent the crowd at the world's biggest film festival into angry hysterics and notice that its full of arthouse...Show More Summary

Paladino: An Inside Look at the Upcoming Film

Currently in pre-production, Paladino is a Mob film about a man who goes to prison for a crime that he didn't commit. Written and directed by two time Cannes Film Festival Showcase selected Chasen Parker, Paladino is an independent film looking to make a big splash. Show More Summary

Palme Thursday: La Dolce Vita won the Palme, but a more radical Italian film deserved it

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. La Dolce Vita (1960) There’s no...Show More Summary

The Luxury Culture Wars Heat Up: Kering Ups Its Film Ante

The luxury giant announced a five-year commitment to the Cannes Film Festival.

Wild Bunch Opens Window On Pan-European Digital Distribution: AFM

After world premiering Abel Ferrara's sex scandal pic Welcome To New York in an unconventional way at the Cannes Film Festival last May, French powerhouse Wild Bunch is launching Europe's first “e-distribution” company. The aim is to...Show More Summary

The Swedish Family Vacation From Hell

2 months agoNews : The Daily Beast

The must-see ‘Force Majeure,’ which won the Jury Prize in Un Certain Regard at the Cannes Film Festival, follows a family of four on a disastrous skiing trip in the French Alps.

Cannes Is Getting a ‘Fashion Festival

The new event is scheduled during the film festival. A coincidence? I think not.

NYFF: ‘Foxcatcher’ Steve Carell Talks His Physical Transformation

Early reports out of Cannes Film Festival noted that Foxcatcher has a pair of Oscar worthy performances in Channing Tatum and Steve Carell. These are two names we really haven’t seen mentioned at all in the Oscar races in years past, despite both being prominent figures in the industry for more than a few years. Show More Summary

MPAA accused of homophobia over restrictive movie rating for LGBT drama ‘Pride’

3 months agoNews : The Raw Story

US censors have once again been accused of homophobia after British drama Pride was hit with a restrictive rating. The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) handed the Cannes film festival hit an NC-17, which means no one under the age of 17 can legally view it in cinemas. The move prompted...

Palme Thursday: A clunky title can’t dilute the power of this ambitious “peasant epic”

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 Tree Of Wooden Clogs (1978)...Show More Summary

A conversation with Gaza’s ‘boy wonders’ Arab and Tarzan

Pam Bailey interviews twin brothers Mohammed and Ahmed Abu Nasser, who are better known as Arab and Tarzan. Their film "Condom Lead" was the first film by Gazan Palestinians shown at the Cannes Film Festival and it will soon be screened at the DC Palestinian Film and Arts Festival opening in Washington,

‘The Water Diviner’ Trailer: Russell Crowe’s Epic Feature Helming Debut

The Weinstein Co acquired Russell Crowe's feature directing debut at the Cannes Film Festival in May, where 12 minutes of the film was screened. I saw footage of The Water Diviner at Cine Europe in Barcelona in June and there is definitely an epic feel to the picture based on what was shown there. Show More Summary

Video Interview: Quebecois Actor & Director Xavier Dolan Lets Loose

Meet Xavier Dolan from Quebec, Canada. He's currently 25 years old with five films under his belt, four of them premiering at the Cannes Film Festival. I've been following Xavier closely since catching Heartbeats, his second film, at Cannes back in 2010. Show More Summary

A Visual History of the Cannes Film Festival Poster

The unveiling of the official Cannes Film Festival poster has become just as exciting as learning about the selections. The festival poster has always attracted the attention of cineastes everywhere, but the striking … Read More

Recap: Examining this year’s lineup at the New York Film Festival

Compared to Cannes and Toronto, the New York Film Festival is a more aggressively curated affair. It’s possible to catch all 30 features in the main slate, a number that rose to 31 this week with the addition of CITIZENFOUR, Laura Poitras’s documentary on her meetings with Edward Snowden. Show More Summary

Check Out The Stylish First Poster For 'The Homesman'

Hilary Swank's next Oscar nomination might be for "The Homesman." The drama, which premiered to strong reviews at this year's Cannes Film Festival, comes from director Tommy Lee Jones, and stars Swank as a frontierswoman tasked with transporting three other women to Iowa. Show More Summary

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