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Cannes-troversy? Claudia Cardinale On “False Row” Over Fest Poster Retouch

The Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday revealed its official poster for the 70th edition, kicking off May 17. In the image (above), a joyous Claudia Cardinale is seen dancing on a Roman rooftop, and showing a bit of thigh from under her twirly skirt. Show More Summary

First Teaser Trailer for Hazanavicius' 'Redoubtable' Introduces Godard

Time for a nice Cannes tease. French filmmaker Michel Hazanavicius (of The Artist, The Search) has premiered the first teaser trailer for his next film, titled Redoubtable, telling a story about the 1960s love affair between filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard and 17-year-old actress Anne Wiazemsky. Show More Summary

Claudia Cardinale Dances on Poster for the 70th Cannes Film Festival

She dances, she laughs, she lives! This year marks the 70th year of the annual Cannes Film Festival in the South of France. With less than two months until the film festival kicks off, Cannes has revealed the official poster for this year and it's another stunner. Show More Summary

Cannes Unveils Official Poster For 70th Film Fest With Dancing Claudia Cardinale

The 70th edition of the Cannes Film Festival kicks off 7 weeks from today, and while speculation continues to swirl around the movies that will make the cut in Official Selection, today the fest has twirled out the Official Poster for the landmark anniversary. Show More Summary

Song Joong-ki’s ‘Battleship Island’ Might Make It To Cannes Film Festival

Looks like everything that Song Joong-ki touches turns into gold. If all goes well, the handsome actor will be gracing the red carpet at Cannes Film Festival this year. The Hallyu actor’s upcoming movie Battleship Island is one among...Show More Summary

Opening Scene From ‘The Transfiguration’ Carries ‘Martin’ Vibe (Exclusive)

L.A.-based Strand Releasing shared with Bloody Disgusting the opening scene from Michael O’Shea’s atmospheric New York tale The Transfiguration, which world-premiered at Cannes’ Un Certain Regard and just screened at the SXSW Film Festival to a string of positive reviews. Show More Summary

Cristian Mungiu Named President Of Cannes Cinéfondation & Short Film Jury; Warner Pacts With iQiyi – Global Briefs

The Cannes Film Festival has set Romanian director Cristian Mungiu as President of the Cinéfondation and Short Film Jury. The helmer of Palme d’Or-winning 4 Months, 3 Weeks And 2 Days as well as last year's Baccalauréat, for which he won Best Director, previously sat on Steven Spielberg's main festival jury in 2013. Show More Summary

Palme Thursday: The Tree Of Life brought Terrence Malick boos, cheers, and a new creative direction

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 Tree Of Life (2011) There’s a new Terrence Malick movie in theaters this week. Show More Summary

Cannes Speculation: Payne, Coppola, Haneke & What Isn’t Festival-Bound

The Cannes Film Festival will celebrate its 70th birthday beginning in a little over two months, and that means it's time to start the stroll poll of who'll be on the red carpet for the fest that runs May 17-28. With the majority ofShow More Summary

Raw Director Julia Ducournau On Cannibalism As a Metaphor and Why Korean Cinema Is So Great

When French director Julia Ducournau walked into the Cannes Film Festival last year, she had a handful of shorts and one brand-new feature film to her name. By the time she walked out, she had the Parallel Sections Prize from the International Federation of Film Critics and one of the ... More »

Lars Von Trier Breaks Silence In First Press Conference Since Cannes Nazi Comments; Says Latest May Be Final Film

As Lars Von Trier's newest production The House That Jack Built begins shooting in Sweden this week, the provocative Danish helmer held his first press conference since the Nazi outburst incident in Cannes 2011, after which he was declared...Show More Summary

Newswire: Lars Von Trier ponders a return to Cannes

Danish director Lars Von Trier is well-known for being a cynical son of a bitch at his best, and an outright misanthrope at his worst, yet he still keeps getting funding for his films. We could speculate all day about why that mightShow More Summary

Six Years After Being Banned, Lars von Trier Wants To Premiere His Next Feature At Cannes

After getting himself banned from the Cannes Film Festival for jokingly calling himself a Nazi in 2011, Lars von Trier is plotting a comeback. The Danish director has a star-studded serial killer movie in the works, and he’s reportedly negotiating to premiere it at Cannes in 2018, according to The ... More »

Official Trailer for 'The Transfiguration' from Director Michael O'Shea

"So what are vampires like?" Strand has unveiled a trailer for an indie film titled The Transfiguration, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival last year. This film is actually from America and is the feature debut of filmmaker Michael O'Shea, who tells a very odd vampire fable about a loner kid from Brooklyn who gets a taste for blood. Show More Summary

New Trailer for Finnish Film 'The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki'

"Could you box for the camera? Look cruel." Mubi has premiered an official US trailer for the Finnish film The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki, which critics have been raving about since it premiered at the Cannes Film Festival last year. Show More Summary

Jessica Lange: Good Genes or Good Docs?

There’s nothing to feud about... Jessica Lange’s beauty is timeless! Here’s a 31-year-old version of the blonde bombshell at the Cannes Film Festival back in 1980 (left) and 37 years later... the Oscar-winning actress --…

Official Trailer for Albert Serra's 'The Death of Louis XIV' from Cannes

"Your majesty appears to be most discomfited." An official US trailer has arrived for a French film titled The Death of Louis XIV, or La mort de Louis XIV, made by filmmaker Albert Serra. The film had its big world premiere at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival last summer. Show More Summary

The Transfiguration: A Film by Michael O’Shea

This atmospheric New York tale about love, loss, and vampires follows Milo, a 14-year- old boy with a dark secret. The surprise of the Cannes Film Festival 2016! The post The Transfiguration: A Film by Michael O’Shea appeared first on The Good Men Project.

New Official Trailer for Indie Film 'Mean Dreams' Featuring Bill Paxton

"I wouldn't get too attached to that boy..." An official international trailer has debuted for an indie film titled Mean Dreams, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival last year (in the Directors' Fortnight sidebar) and also played at the Deauville Film Festival and TIFF. Show More Summary

Amy Adams’ ‘Arrival’ Flies Past $100M; 3rd Best Picture Oscar Nominee To Hit Mark

It’s been quite a ride for Arrival, the sci-fi movie starring Amy Adams that Paramount scooped up close to three years ago at the Cannes Film Festival for a record $20M. As we forecasted last month, the Denis Villeneuve-directed movie...Show More Summary

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