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David Lynch’s ‘Twin Peaks’ Revival Met With Standing Ovation In Cannes

Nancy Tartaglione contributed to this article. Fifteen years after serving as the Jury President here at the Cannes Film Festival, and 27 years after collecting the Palme d’Or for Wild at Heart, David Lynch returned to the Grand Theatre...Show More Summary

Cannes 2017: "Jeanette, the Childhood of Joan of Arc," "The Summit"

If you talk about the history of the Cannes awards, one of the most controversial years is still 1999, when a jury headed by David Cronenberg gave the Palme d'Or to the "Rosetta." The movie had screened at the tail end of the festival and had gone unseen by many journalists (including this site's beloved founder, Roger Ebert). Show More Summary

‘Happy End’: Isabelle Huppert’s Demented Black Comedy Is the Feel-Bad Masterpiece of the Year

3 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

Legendary filmmaker Michael Haneke and Isabelle Huppert re-team for one of the year's best, already a frontrunner for the Palm d’Or at Cannes.

Cannes gets creepy with tales of bourgeois malaise horror

The Cannes Film Festival continues its exploration of bourgeois guilt and dysfunctional families with deeply disturbing films by Greece’s Yorgos Lanthimos and two-time Palme d’Or winner Michael Haneke.

Palme d’Or Competition Gets Rolling With First Three Contenders, But Security Headaches Nearly Upstage Them – Cannes

If you have heard that security in the wake of recent terrorist attacks in France (particularly last July’s horrific massacre in Nice) has been heightened at this year’s Cannes Film Festival you would not be wrong. Just trying to get...Show More Summary

Roger Ailes' Cause of Death Revealed

Authorities in Florida are saying Roger Ailes died of bleeding on the brain caused by an earlier fall at home, the AP reports. The Palm Beach County Medical Examiner's Office says the Fox News founder died of a subdural hematoma—or bleeding on the brain— caused by the fall. The...

Runaway kids end up ‘Loveless’ in Moscow, ‘Wonderstruck’ in NYC

The race for the Palme d’Or opened Thursday with tales of runaway children by US director Todd Haynes and Russia’s Andrey Zvyagintsev: one enchanting but contrived, the other a kick in the gut.

Palme Thursday: 1990 was a big year for David Lynch

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. Wild At Heart (1990) Call it aShow More Summary

Has Cannes' Palme d'Or lost some of its sheen? A search for relevance

The Cannes Film Festival is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year. That makes the gathering, which kicked off Wednesday night in this seaside town, sound really old. And in a sense it is. But some of those really old movies exert a powerful pull on modern film culture. Nowhere is that felt...

Cannes Film Festival 2017: 70 year festival celebrated by Chopard Red Carpet Collection

last weekLifestyle / Luxury : Luxuo

Maison Chopard never disappoints. This year, the high jeweller is back with 70 glittering pieces for the Cannes Film Festival and a special edition Palme d'Or

Los Angeles rent comparison: What $1,700 rents you right now

Glassell Park or Hollywood? Palms or Glendale? Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent or buy for a certain dollar amount in various LA 'hoods. We've found five rentals within $100 of today’s price: $1,700. ?...Show More Summary

L’Age d'(Palme d’)Or

If you got that headline (translation: if you are a film snob), you may be interested in my dispatches from Cannes during the next couple of weeks.  Will put up links here as they appear on Film Companion. Au Revoir les Enfants. (See, I did it again!) Copyright ©2017 Film Companion.Filed under: Cinema: English, Cinema: […]

Blackout Dining in the Dark Opening on the Westside

Dining with four senses makes a comeback They won’t be needing windows or a patio, but in an ironic twist, the forthcoming Blackout restaurant space has inherited both. Located a short distance from the Gold Coast, Rio and Palms resorts...Show More Summary

Outcry over Netflix films prompts Cannes to change rules

After Netflix films entered the prestigious Palme d'Or competition, the Cannes Film Festival decided to change the rules for next year.        

Cannes 2017: Profiling the 5 Gay Directors at This Year’s Prestigious Festival

Cannes 2017: Profiling the 5 Gay Directors at This Year’s Prestigious Festival Three of this year's films by gay directors are among the 18 competing for the most glamorous prize at Cannes Film Festival 2017, the Palme d'Or Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!

Writing Your Memoir

A memoir takes a certain amount of arrogance to write….One must think one's life is important or interesting enough to palm off on an unsuspecting public. At least fiction writers have the pretense that their work has more to do with their characters than with themselves. Show More Summary

Daring Man Plays Five Finger Fillet With A Robot

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

The Knife Game, aka Five Finger Fillet, is played by placing your hand palm down on the table then stabbing the space between your spread fingers with a knife, back and forth until you quit or stab yourself. It's the kind of game typically...Show More Summary

Robert Pattinson A Hypocrite? ‘Twilight’ Star Now Interested In A Reboot Or Spin-Off [Opinion]

Does Robert Pattison’s recent interest in a Twilight reboot or spin-off make him a hypocrite? Robert Pattison has the hearts of Twilight fans everywhere twisted in the palm of his hands as he recently revealed a spin-off or reboot of...Show More Summary

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