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Elizabeth Olsen Joins Jason Sudeikis and Ed Harris in Road Trip Drama Kodachrome

Elizabeth Olsen will join Jason Sudeikis and Ed Harris in the road trip drama Kodachrome, reports Variety. The actress was linked to the film before the Cannes Film Festival, but on Friday producers confirmed her involvement with the project. Directed by Mark Raso (Copenhagen) from a script by Jonathan Tropper, the film is based ... More »

The Sea of Trees

You could almost hear the boos all the way from Cannes after he now-infamous premiere of Gus Van Sant’s “The Sea of Trees” over a year ago. Then again, Cannes viewers have a history of, shall we say, outspoken responses o films thatShow More Summary

Gus Van Sant's maligned 'Sea of Trees' is a deeply reflective experience

Given that it was booed after screening at 2015’s Cannes Film Festival and is opening against a tide of poor advance reviews, Gus Van Sant’s “The Sea of Trees” proves a stronger movie experience than one might expect. It’s anchored by a fine, understated performance by Matthew McConaughey and a...

Oscars: Germany Picks Cannes Standout ‘Toni Erdmann’ As Foreign Language Entry

A hit with critics and festgoers in competition at Cannes this year, Maren Ade’s Toni Erdmann has been chosen to represent Germany in the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar race. Produced by Komplizen Film, 99 Filmproduktion, knm and Missing Link Films, the bittersweet comedy was scooped up by Sony Pictures Classics on the Croisette in May. Show More Summary

Champagne Spraying in Monaco During the Grand Prix

The Monaco Grand Prix takes place on the weekend after The Cannes Film Festival. The festival can be very tiring. We party all night long and there are all sorts of events during the day. On the last day of the festival, we stayed by...Show More Summary

First Trailer for Sergei Loznitsa's Concentration Camp Doc 'Austerlitz'

"Follow me this way..." If you've followed the Cannes Film Festival in the last decade, you know the name Sergei Loznitsa - a Ukrainian filmmaker who has premiered numerous films at the festival in the past few years. His latest work...Show More Summary

Watch: Tim Roth in New US Trailer for Michel Franco's Drama 'Chronic'

"One, two three..." Monument Releasing has debuted the official US trailer for a film called Chronic, a drama starring Tim Roth which first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2015. Roth plays a home care nurse who works with terminally ill patients at their home, isolating himself from the burdens of his past. Show More Summary

The Soulful New Trailer for Cannes Hit American Honey Dares Millennials to Dream

The soulful new trailer for Andrea Arnold’s award-winning American Honey makes an unusually direct pitch to millennials, presenting a gritty but dreamlike film in its depiction of a young woman journeying the American heartland. AndShow More Summary

Second Trailer for Andrea Arnold's 'American Honey' Adds Springsteen

A24 has unveiled the second official trailer for Andrea Arnold's American Honey, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival this year to some rave reviews. The film stars newcomer Sasha Lane as a teenager who joins a traveling magazine sales crew, and falls for Shia LaBeouf while trying to navigate a life of partying and passion and jealousy. Show More Summary

Cannes – Site of the Film Festival, Bans Islam Swimwear

When one hears of Cannes, it may conjure up images of a magical place in the south of France on the French Riviera – a place where the beautiful go.

Palme Thursday: Secrets, lies, Fargo, and Lars Von Trier made for a great year at 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. Secrets & Lies (1996) Robert Altman. Show More Summary

‘Hell Or High Water’ Review: Jeff Bridges Stalks Chris Pine In Compelling & Relevant Texas Thriller

One of the indisputable highlights for me at Cannes this year was Hell or High Water, Scottish director David Mackenzie’s exciting and noirish bank robber thriller that was a rare American film competing in the prestigious Un Certain Regard sidebar. Show More Summary

New York Film Festival Main Slate Includes the Latest from Almodóvar, Assayas, Loach and Jarmusch

The Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced the 25-title Main Slate for its 54th New York Film Festival, a line-up that will offer East Coast film fans the opportunity to go to Cannes without the jetlag. The slate is heavy on titles from May’s Cannes Film Festival, including Ken Loach’s Palme d’Or winner I, […]

‘The Sea of Trees’ Trailer: Matthew McConaughey Finds Himself Lost in Gus Van Sant’s New Drama

Back in June, news broke that A24 is releasing Gus Van Sant‘s The Sea of Trees. The drama, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival over a year ago, was initially acquired by Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions. After sitting on the shelf for a while, for whatever reason, A24 stepped in to distribute the film. Show More Summary

Here's the trailer for the new Matthew McConaughey movie that was booed at Cannes

It sounds like a movie you'd want to see: Matthew McConaughey and Naomi Watts starring in a drama about life and love directed by Gus Van Sant ("Good Will Hunting," "Milk").  But after "The Sea of Trees" premiered at the Cannes FilmShow More Summary

Please Stop Trying to Ruin Real Housewives, Susan Sarandon

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Following her Cannes comments about how she would save porn, Susan Sarandon has come forward to offer ways that she would change (and ruin) the Real Housewives franchise.At a recent luncheon at the La Dolce Vita Italian Film Festival in Australia, Sarandon remarked that she didn’t enjoy the Real Housewives ... More »

‘The Little Prince’ Review: A Netflix Winner As Classic Book Gets Gorgeous Animated Treatment

I actually first saw director Mark Osborne’s animated feature adaptation of Antoine de Saint Exupery’s 1943 children’s book Le Petit Prince when it had a splashy premiere at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. Since then, The Little Prince has played around the world and made more than $100 million to date, but only now is it getting a U.S. Show More Summary

Meet the ‘Bodom’ Campers on the International Poster

It was reported last month that Fabien Westerhoff’s newly launched Film Constellation has boarded sales on Scandinavian horror Lake Bodom, which was being pitched in Cannes in the ‘Frontières Goes to Cannes’ genre strand. We now have the international poster to go with the previously discovered international trailer for the slasher inspired by real events. “Bodom tells […]

Watch the Trailer for The Handmaiden, the Latest Graphic, Erotic Film From Park Chan-Wook

Visionary director Park Chan-wook is ready to wow audiences once more with the much-talked about drama The Handmaiden. The film premiered at Cannes in May to a positive response, receiving the Vulcain Prize for artistic direction and...Show More Summary

The Handmaiden Trailer: It's the Korean Gothic Lesbian Revenge Thriller We Deserve

At Cannes earlier this year, we reported in great detail how The Handmaiden proved to be one the festival's most captivating films. Now, you can see the madness for yourself with the first official trailer. Directed by Park Chan-Wook, the film centers around two women in the 1930s — a ... More »

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