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Creating The Cannes Festival Of Innovation: Viva Tech In Paris

France is calling all entrepreneurs to bring their ideas to the newest hotbed for innovation –Viva Tech – to be held in Paris in June. Business leaders want to create a Cannes Film Festival for innovation.

If We Picked the Winners 2017: Best Foreign Language Film

There are few moviegoing experiences more thrilling than when an actor’s onscreen performance earns spontaneous applause from an audience. I saw it happen at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival, after Javier Bardem flipped a coin to determine...Show More Summary

Palme Thursday: Jacques Cousteau throws dynamite at fish in the first documentary to win Cannes

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 Silent World (1956) Among his...Show More Summary

Jack Is Back: Nicholson Making First Movie Since 2010

Jack Nicholson, whose last film was 2010's How Do You Know, is back: Sources tell Variety that he and Kristen Wiig will star in a remake of German flick Toni Erdmann. The original, which debuted at Cannes last year, was nominated for the best foreign film awards at this year's...

Kristen Stewart confronts ghosts and murder in new Personal Shopper trailer

At this point, we've surely had our fill of PERSONAL SHOPPER trailers. The first came last May, soon after the film had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival (a rocky premiere at that). The second came in September, this one from U.S. Show More Summary

Kristen Stewart Headlines New Horror Film ‘Personal Shopper’ [Video]

Kristen Stewart is making her way back to horror with a new film that was a smash hit at the Cannes Film Festival. With the upcoming release of Personal Shopper in theaters, the new trailer shows that she has enough talent to go back to the paranormal genre and bring the scares right to your... Show More Summary

New ‘Personal Shopper’ Trailer Scares Up A Haunted Kristen Stewart

Just in time for Kristen Stewart’s Saturday Night Live hosting gig tonight, IFC Films is debuting this trailer for Personal Shopper, the ghosty chiller that entranced critics at the Cannes film fest. Directed by Olivier Assayas (Clouds...Show More Summary

Crowdfunded LGBTQ film from India is hoping for a Cannes premiere

Baby steps, giant dreams.  A crowdfunded short film from India is aspiring for a coveted premiere at the Cannes Film Festival this year.  SEE ALSO: 5 times when intolerant India had a problem with Bollywood Sisak, which claims to beShow More Summary

Pedro Almodóvar is the President of this Year’s Cannes Film Festival

Pedro Almodóvar is the President of this Year’s Cannes Film Festival The director of I'm So Excited and this year's Julieta—often called Spain's answer to John Waters—will definitely make it a Pedro Almodóvar Cannes Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!

Pedro Almodovar to head 2017 Cannes Film Festival jury

Today in Entertainment: Oprah Winfrey to join '60 Minutes' as contributor; new 'Beauty and the Beast' trailer Jan. 31, 2017, 10:03 a.m. Major award shows such as the Grammys and the Oscars are right around the corner, but much of the arts and entertainment world is spending more time reacting to...

Pedro Almodóvar to Head Cannes Film Festival Jury

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"I can only tell that I'll devote myself, body and soul, to this task, that it is both a privilege and a pleasure."

Newswire: Pedro Almodóvar will lead the 2017 Cannes jury

The Cannes Film Festival has announced that Pedro Almodóvar will serve as 2017’s jury president. Almodóvar’s most recent film, Julieta, was in competition at Cannes last year, and he’s had a number of other entries in years prior. His Bad Education was the opening night selection in 2004. Show More Summary

Pedro Almodóvar Named President of Cannes Film Festival Jury

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The Spanish director served on the jury in 1992, and five of his films have been selected for competition in previous years.

Pedro Almodóvar Named 70th Cannes Jury President

Spanish writer-director Pedro Almodóvar has been named the next President of the Jury for the 70th Cannes Film Festival in May. "I am very happy to be able to celebrate Cannes Film Festival['s] 70th anniversary from such a privileged position," said Almodóvar in a statement. Show More Summary

Pedro Almodovar to Trade Melodramatic Flare for Judicial Discretion as 2017 Cannes Jury President

Pedro Almodovar is set as the jury president for this year's Cannes Film Festival. The director is not a man to do things half way, so it should come as no surprise that he is overjoyed by the appointment. Per The Hollywood Reporter, Almodovar's reaction to the befitting of the ... More »

Pedro Almodovar named Cannes Film Festival jury president

Pedro Almodovar will head the jury of the Cannes Film Festival when the prestige gathering kicks off May 17. The Spanish auteur, who has brought five films to competition, will return to a group he first served with a quarter-century ago. In 1992, Almodovar was a part of a jury headed by Gerard...

Paula Patton Claims Robin Thicke Physically Abused Her

Paula Patton has sworn to a judge Robin Thicke beat her during their marriage. According to Paula's declaration filed in support of her domestic violence restraining order in May 2013 at the Cannes Film Festival... she and Robin got into a fight…

‘Personal Shopper’ Poster Promises a Sexy Ghost Story with Kristen Stewart

We have the UK quad poster for the divisive horror film Personal Shopper, starring Kristen Stewart, which promises a sexy ghost story. Director Olivier Assayas had this to say about the film’s lukewarm reception at last year’s Cannes: “It happens to me once in a while, where people just don’t get the ending. When you come to Cannes, you […]

Palme Thursday: Watergate isn’t the only frequency Francis Ford Coppola hit with The Conversation

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 Conversation (1974) Is it irony...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Asghar Farhadi puts his spin on Death Wish (sort of) in The Salesman

When Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi’s latest film, The Salesman, was announced as part of last year’s Cannes lineup, very little information about it was initially made available. There were indications that the title might refer to Arthur Miller’s landmark play Death Of A Salesman, but little else. Show More Summary

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