When it comes to picking out a sexy gown, Irina Shayk and Beyoncé appear to have the same taste. Irina was the first to don her black Roberto Cavalli cutout dress at the All Is Lost premiere at the Cannes Film Festival back in May. Then,...Show More Summary
For his directorial debut – one that set the Cannes Film Festival ablaze – Keanu Reeves presents an homage to martial arts movies of yesteryear with Man of Tai Chi. Starring Tiger Chen as the morally-conflicted hero – and who… Watch the Trailer for Keanu Reeves’ Directorial Debut ‘Man of Tai Chi’ is a post by Alec Banks on Highsnobiety.
Brian Brooks is a Deadline contributor. Sofia Coppola‘s Cannes Un Certain Regard opener The Bling Ring will have its chance to shine this weekend as the real-life inspired feature hits theaters. A24 will open the film in limited release, joining a number of Specialties going up against Man Of Steel. Show More Summary
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. Marty (1955) When embarking onShow More Summary
This is one fucked-up movie. There's no other way to say it, really. As fans of director Nicolas Refn and his alter ego Ryan Gosling have surely heard by now, their follow-up to Drive was pretty badly received at the Cannes Film Festival last month. Show More Summary
It all started at the Cannes Film Festival, where The Bling Ring held its first-ever premiere. Since then, Emma Watson has been providing us spotlight-worthy premiere looks - one even more chic than the next. The movie doesn't debutShow More Summary
Posters for the gay French thriller L’Inconnu Du Lac (Stranger By The Lake), which screened at Cannes, are being pulled by French municipalities because of its depiction of gay love, Deadline reports: But on the eve of its release i...
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Alain Guiraudie was named best director in the Un Certain Regard sidebar at last month’s Cannes Film Festival for his roundly-lauded thriller L’Inconnu Du Lac (Stranger By The Lake). During the festival, the gay-themed film was picked up by Strand Releasing for a U.S. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: UTA has signed German writer/director Katrin Gebbe. Her directorial debut Nothing Bad Can Happen (Tore Tanzt) made its world premiere in the Un Certain Regard at Cannes and the film was a runner up for the Un Certain Regard Award and Camera d’Or. Show More Summary
It's been a glamorous few weeks for Rosie Huntington-Whiteley - she's been in the South of France since the Cannes Film Festival last month, and now boyfriend Jason Statham has joined her getaway. On Saturday, Jason and Rosie hung out...Show More Summary
Cannes, the most celebrated film festival, has come and gone, but the talk has yet to simmer down. In honor of the prestigious event dedicated to screening new films from around the world, sit down with selected Cannes Film FestivalShow More Summary
Amer, the Giallo-inspired work of Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani, is something to behold. A beautiful and shocking film that didn’t get the recognition it deserved. With Cannes concluded, here’s the first teaser trailer for Cattet and Forzani’s follow-up, The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears, which stars Klaus Tange, Jean-Michel Vovk, Sylvia Camarda, Sam... Read More
This week in POPSUGARTV, we talked to the man behind all of Nicole Kidman's enviable hair looks at the Cannes Film Festival and showed you how to create a DIY ear cuff inspired by Rooney Mara's. We also geared up for a Summer spent outdoors,...Show More Summary
James Franco, at the Cannes Film Festival last week. What—did you think James Franco wasn't going to promote and premiere his newest film, an adaptation of William Faulkner's As I Lay Dying that he wrote, directed, and stars in, wearing a fedora and reflective sunglasses? You're so weird. Show More Summary
Time to visit the future. Drafthouse Films has announced their co-acquisition of another favorite film from this year's Cannes Film Festival -Ari Folman's The Congress, starring Robin Wright (seen above in the film). The half-live-action,...Show More Summary
Drafthouse Films, the film distribution arm of the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, and Films We Like announced today the co-acquisition of North American rights to sci-fi epic The Congress from this year's Cannes Film Festival in the "Directors'...Show More Summary
Sci-fi epic from Cannes' "Director's Fortnight" section by Oscar® nominated director Ari Folman to hit theaters/VOD in 2014.
Drafthouse Films has been on a roll out of Cannes. The relatively new distributor bought both Nothing Bad Can Happen and the very weird, appealing Borgman (trailer here) at the festival. Now Drafthouse has partnered with Films We Like to pick up North American distribution rights to Ari Folman‘s The Congress. The film stars Robin [...]
Drafthouse Films has picked up North American rights in a deal with Films We Like to the sci-fi pic The Congress which opened the Directors Fortnight sidebar last month at Cannes. Ari Folman (Waltz With Bashir) directs the film starring Robin Wright, Jon Hamm, Paul Giamatti and Harvey Keitel. Show More Summary