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Martin Scorsese’s ‘Silence’ To Open Dec. 23

In what many have largely anticipated, Paramount is giving an awards season run for Martin Scorsese’s Silence. Questions swirled whether the film would be ready for this fall, and if it would be bumped for a Cannes premiere in the spring, however, as early as a month ago we heard Silence would definitely be a go for this year. Show More Summary

A Collection of 18 Beautiful Photos of Shelley Duvall from the 1970s

Shelley Duvall is the unique beauty who dazzles both in front of and behind the camera. Getting her start in Robert Altman’s iconic seventies films - which include Brewster McCloud, Nashville and 3 Women - Shelley picked up a Cannes Film Festival gong as well as a BAFTA. By the late 1970s, Duvall was a respected and well-known Hollywood actress. Show More Summary

Tim Roth Delivers The Eeriest Performance Of His Life In 'Chronic'

Tim Roth plays an unraveling home caregiver in Michael Franco's Cannes Film Festival hit drama.


Toward the beginning of Chronic, the small film from Mexican director Michel Franco that enchanted Cannes judges in 2015 (it won Best Screenplay) and opens this week in the United States, a man scrolls through a younger woman’s Facebook photos. Show More Summary

Pregnant Lea Seydoux Brings Baby Bump To Cannes Film Festival 70th Anniversary Party!

Lea Seydoux holds onto her baby bump while striking a pose at the Cannes Film Festival: 70th Anniversary Party held at Palais Des Beaux Arts on Tuesday (September 20) in Paris, France. The 31-year-old pregnant actress was joined at the event by her It’s Only the End of the World co-star Gaspard Ulliel and director [...]

Why Kit Harington's New Film Won't Screen at Cannes Film Festival

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Bad news for Game of Thrones fans hoping that Kit Harington may walk the red carpet at Cannes film festival next year: his latest film, directed by Xavier Dolan, will not be showing. Dolan, something of a critical darling at the festival in previous years, said he will not show his new project, The Death and Life of John F. Show More Summary

TIFF 2016: “Nocturnal Animals,” “The Net,” “The Commune”

My final TIFF dispatch of 2016 includes two of the best films of this year’s fest, as well as a disappointment. While many of these dispatches have been arranged thematically—Cannes, Midnight Madness, Surprise Hits—this one is literally just Things I Haven’t Written About. Show More Summary

Iggy Pop & Jim Jarmusch will discuss new Stooges doc 'Gimme Danger' at NY Film Fest ++ "Times Talk"

The upcoming Post Pop Depression Live concert film is not the only new documentary to involve Iggy Pop. Jim Jarmusch has made film about The Stooges titled Gimme Danger, which premiered at Cannes and just showed at this week's Toronto International Film Festival... Continue reading…

TIFF 2016: Cannes Hits Come to Toronto

One of the most enjoyable elements of the Toronto International Film Festival is being allowed the opportunity to finally see the films that earned all the buzz at the Cannes Film Festival four months earlier. Most of them are beingShow More Summary

Breakout ‘American Honey’ Star Sasha Lane On Her Chance Encounter With Andrea Arnold – Toronto Studio

Sasha Lane was the breakout star of the Cannes Film Festival in May, when her startling debut performance in Andrea Arnold’s American Honey stormed the Croisette. She’s back with the movie now, for its Toronto Film Festival premiere,...Show More Summary

Joel Edgerton, Ruth Negga & Jeff Nichols On How The Quiet Of ‘Loving’ Speaks Volumes – Toronto Studio

Jeff Nichols’ brilliant Loving, which already stormed Cannes in May before taking Toronto Film Festival this weekend, seems certain to keep making noise over the coming months ahead of its November release. Quite a contradiction forShow More Summary

Lily-Rose Depp's Chanel Dress Is the Stuff of Princess Belle's Dreams

The key to Lily-Rose Depp's style is effortlessness. When she wore a Chanel sweatsuit and heels at Cannes, we were sure. Now Lily's arrived at the Venice Film Festival in another throw-on-and-go ensemble from the fashion house. Of course, her yellow shift was complete with all the luxurious trimmings, sequins and beads included. Show More Summary

Don’t Sign the Actor Release Form for Student Films

I read a tweet once by an agent that said, and I am paraphrasing, “I can only do my job if an actor is willing to lose the job.” The agent meant that he can only properly negotiate if an… Related posts: Can Cannes? Los Angeles Film School Nostalgia: Day 1 of 6 (10/15/05)

Oscars: Finland Selects Cannes UCR Champ ‘Olli Maki’ As Foreign Language Entry

The Happiest Day In The Life Of Olli Maki has been put forth by Finland as its official submission for the Foreign Language Oscar race, the Finnish Film Foundation has announced. Directed by Juho Kuosmanen, in 16mm, the black-and-white boxing drama/love story premiered in Cannes in May and won the top prize in the Un Certain Regard section. Show More Summary

Official US Trailer for Asghar Farhadi's Latest Drama 'The Salesman'

"What got into you?" Cohen Media has debuted the official US trailer for Asghar Farhadi's latest film, a drama called The Salesman, which first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival a few months ago. The title is in reference to many...Show More Summary

In the Trailer for Cannes Hit Elle, Isabelle Huppert Plays a Rape Survivor Who Tracks Her Assailant Down

Paul Verhoeven’s new film Elle was met with a standing ovation at its Cannes Film Festival premiere, netting rapturous reviews from critics and special attention for star Isabelle Huppert’s tremendous performance. Now preparing for its...Show More Summary

Matthew McConaughey's new movie is a certified dud that's only made $2,730 in one week

Things were looking grim early on for the new Matthew McConaughey movie "The Sea of Trees." It premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2015 and was flooded with boos during the end credits. Then shortly after, for unknown reasons (though you can take a guess), its US distributors Roadside Attractions and Lionsgate backed out of releasing the movie. Show More Summary

‘On The Milky Road’: Emir Kusturica Woos Monica Bellucci, With Pumpkins – Venice

EXCLUSIVE: Oscar-nominee and two-time Cannes Palme d’Or winner Emir Kusturica will world premiere his latest film, On The Milky Road, in competition at the Venice Film Festival on September 9. Today, we have a first-look at the drama about a passionate, forbidden love set during wartime. Show More Summary

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 »

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