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10 Songs About Classic Hollywood Icons

An international star who excelled in Hollywood roles as well as those in her native Sweden, actress Ingrid Bergman would have turned 100 years old today. Bergman was recently honored during the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, an image of the Notorious star (photographed by David Seymour) used for the poster. …Read More

‘Ingrid Bergman – In Her Own Words’ Cannes Docu Lands At Rialto Pictures For Fall Run

Rialto Pictures has acquired North American theatrical rights to Ingrid Bergman – In Her Own Words, the feature-length documentary about the the film icon which played the Cannes Film Festival in May. The pic, which premiered there to...Show More Summary

Rathergate Film ‘Truth’ With Robert Redford Will Open Hamptons Film Festival

After scoring a $6 million distrib deal at Cannes and right on the heels of screenings in Toronto at TIFF, Truth will open the 23rd Hamptons International Film Festival on October 8. HIFF also announced today its lineup for the Narrative...Show More Summary

[Exclusive] Cannes-Winning Director Teaches You the 'Self Help Dance'

When we last left off, Lebanese writer/director Ely Dagher was submitting his stunning, experimental narrative film/visual essay, Waves '98, to Cannes in pursuit of the vaulted 2015 Short Film Palme d’or. Well, Dagher's film won that gilded frond, and since then has kept his capable hands occupied with no-less-stunning work. Show More Summary

WATCH: Michael Caine Plucks Your Heartstrings in ‘Youth’

As Cannes Film Festival favorites continue to roll out wider releases, the awards season race is slowly but surely coming into focus. “Youth,” a poignant and whimsical new drama from Italian writer-director Paolo Sorrentino, may become...Show More Summary

Today’s Video: Buzzed

In early July we examined a commercial for a German company conceived by Brazilians, filmed in Uruguay, and recipient of one of the top prizes at this year’s Cannes Lions Festival. This week we will look at other award-winning commercials...Show More Summary

Netflix Goes Off-Device And Into The Venice Film Festival

“Netflix’s move into the film — and film festival — business has proved controversial. At Cannes in May, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos was lambasted by French reporters. One accused him and his company of destroying Europe’s ‘film ecosystem’ by drawing audiences away from theaters.”

Turbo Kid gives you the Mad Max-BMX Bandits mashup you always dreamed of

Have you ever wondered what the films of the ’80s would look like if they were done with today’s technology? We’re pretty sure they’d look exactly like Turbo Kid, which debuted at Cannes […]

Chicago Film Fest lineup announced

A drama starring Sarah Silverman, a documentary about two of the 20th century's most influential directors and the winner of this year's Palme d'Or at Cannes are among the official selections for the 51st Chicago International Film Festival.

Emmy Predictions: Can A Cannes Cast-Off About Princess Grace Reign As Top TV Movie?

Once a staple with numerous and memorable Emmy-winning movies to tout, such as That Certain Summer, The Autobiography Of Miss Jane Pittman and other landmark films, the Outstanding Television Movie category — which now stands on its own apart from Mini/Limited Series —seems awfully hard to fill. Show More Summary

Cannes Hit ‘Rams’ Gets North American Distribution Via Cohen Media

Cohen Media Group has acquired North American rights to Cannes Un Certain Regard prizewinner Rams, the second film from Icelandic writer-director Grimur Hakonarson. The dark comedy follows two estranged brothers, Gummi and Kiddi, who own adjacent sheep farms but have not spoken to each other for four decades. Show More Summary

‘Carol’ Trailer Sings Of Love; Todd Haynes’ Period Drama Set As London Film Fest Gala

Todd Haynes’ Cannes competition pic Carol wowed the Croisette in its world premiere back in May, winning a Best Actress prize for Rooney Mara in the process. The drama (see teaser above) has now been selected as the American Express Gala screening of the BFI London Film Festival. Show More Summary

Here's How Filmmaker Xavier Dolan Plans To Fix Film's Diversity Problem

At 26 years old, Xavier Dolan has already made five films -- his third of which won the Queer Palm at Cannes and his fifth of which shared the Jury Prize with French New Wave legend Jean-Luc Godard -- and is now gearing up to directShow More Summary

Corn-Fed Porn: The Malady Lingers On in Xavier Dolan's Tom at the Farm

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“You’re a waste of cum.  What’s the point of your life?” That’s how 26-year-old Canadian Xavier Dolan (a Cannes Film Festival prizewinner) makes his point in Tom at the Farm. It’s another of the gay filmmaker’s under-thought and poorly imagined provocations. Show More Summary

See The Gorgeous Trailer For Natalie Portman's Directorial Debut

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

The first trailer for Natalie Portman's directorial debut has arrived. The actress wrote and directed the Hebrew-language film "A Tale of Love and Darkness," which premiered at Cannes in May. The film, based on the autobiographical novel...Show More Summary

A Tale of Love and Darkness Trailer: Natalie Portman’s Directorial Debut Is About the Creation of the Israeli State

Natalie Portman's directorial debut, A Tale of Love and Darkness, premiered at Cannes earlier this year, and now it has its first international trailer. Based on Israeli author Amos Oz's 2002 autobiography, the Hebrew-language film tells the story of the formation of the state of Israel in the late '40s... More »

Spielberg-Coens Drama ‘Bridge of Spies’ Gets New York Film Festival Premiere

The rest of the main slate was also announced and includes Cannes prizewinners "Carol" and "The Assassin."

‘Louder Than Bombs’ Teaser: ‘Oslo, August 31st’ Director Returns With Jesse Eisenberg and Isabelle Huppert

Joachim Trier‘s follow-up to the terrific Oslo, August 31st is Louder Than Bombs, which premiered at Cannes and will be seen at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film, which sees Trier setting a story in the US rather than...Show More Summary

Sólveig Anspach Dies: French Filmmaker Was 54

Sólveig Anspach, the award-winning Icelandic-French filmmaker, has died after a long battle with breast cancer. She was 54. A prolific writer-director of feature films and documentaries, Anspach was honored at the Cannes Film Festival in 2001 for her Made in the USA, a searing exploration of an execution in Texas. Show More Summary

Gaspar Noé’s ‘Love’ At Heart Of French Film Ratings War; Age Limit Upped Mid-Run

At the Cannes Film Festival press conference for Gaspar Noé’s Love, the director suggested folks should fly to Paris to see it if the sexually explicit film ended up banned in their home countries. As it turns out, the movie will now be playing in far fewer Parisian theaters than previously expected. Show More Summary

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