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Canada 2014 in Review: Hollywood Production Rebounds, Cable Unbundling Starts

Canadian film shined in competition in Cannes as the country's pubcaster was rocked by a sex scandal read more

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

Urgh! Argh! Ptooie! A Grunt-by-Grunt Guide to Mr. Turner

This post originally ran on May 15, 2014, after Mr. Turner screened at Cannes. We are republishing the story with the film coming out last weekend. As I sat in the Grand Lumiere waiting for the press screening of today's big Cannes entry — Mr. Turner, directed by Mike Leigh —... More »

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

17 Things You Should Know About Cannes Top-Prize Winner Nuri Bilge Ceylan

This article was originally published on May 25, 2014. The Turkish film Winter Sleep (or, in Turkish, K?? Uykusu, which technically means “hibernation”) won the Palme d’Or at Cannes yesterday. It was a major victory for its writer-director Nuri Bilge Ceylan, who has been winning all the other awards at... More »

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

Cannes Prize Winner & Oscar Contender 'White God' Gets a Trailer

By now, we've pretty much heard about all the potential Oscar contenders as the year winds down, but unless you're an uber cinephile, it's not easy to stay on top of the foreign film contenders. But one of them could very well be White God, a film from Hungary that won the Prize Un Certain Regard Award at Cannes. Show More Summary

‘Timbuktu’ Director on the Burdens and Blessings of the Label ‘African Filmmaker’

Abderrahmane Sissako, whose film won two prizes at Cannes, notes that directors from Europe and elsewhere aren't under pressure to represent a continent.

Lars von Trier Is Worried He Can't Make Films Sober

In his first interview since he was banned from Cannes for his outrageous Hitler jokes, the Nymphomaniac director Lars von Trier told the Danish paper Politiken that he has been attending Alcoholic Anonymous meetings every day and will be 90 days sober as of this Sunday. He worries, though, that... More »

Cannes Pics Vie For Delluc Prize; China Plans 6 ‘Three Body’ Films; More Global Showbiz Briefs

The shortlist for France's Louis Delluc Prize, one of the country's highest film honors, has been released with 14 films making the cut across two categories: Best Film and Best Debut Feature. Among the eight main movies, six hail from this year's Cannes crop. 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

'Foxcatcher' Is A Distant Horror Story For The 1 Percent

The Oscar buzz for Bennett Miller's "Foxcatcher" has been going strong since the film premiered at Cannes back in May. The drama, based on a true story, stars Steve Carell in an acclaimed dramatic turn as John du Pont, a millionaire who uses his wealth to help train Olympic wrestlers. 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.

Leviathan: is this anti-Putin film the Russians tried to ban on course to win an Oscar?

The funny thing about a film like Leviathan, which many expected to win the Palme d’Or at Cannes earlier this year (it didn’t), is that suddenly an awful lot of… Continue reading The post Leviathan: is this anti-Putin film the Russians tried to ban on course to win an Oscar? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Upheaval in family dynamics in the astute 'Force Majeure'

2 months agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

An unexpected success at Cannes and now the film of the moment in Los Angeles and New York, "Force Majeure" is the movie to see and talk about if you want to experience the absolute best of contemporary cinema.

‘The Gambler’ Trailer: Mark Wahlberg Bets it All

2 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Has Mark Wahlberg found one of his defining roles in The Gambler? Working with director Rupert Wyatt to remake the 1974 film in which James Cann played a college professor with a big gambling addiction, Wahlberg looks more dialed-in to a role than he has in quite some time. Show More Summary

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

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