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‘We’re the Superhumans’ Wins Film Grand Prix at Cannes to Massive Applause

CANNES, France--Much like at the Oscars, certain work feels made to be awarded at Cannes; the shower of Lions is evident well before the week begins. This can be both a blessing and a curse: An agency goes home with lots of Lions, and a suddenly contrary industry can name 20 other campaigns that should...

Review: ‘The Beguiled,’ Sofia Coppola’s Civil War Cocoon

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Ms. Coppola won best director at the Cannes Film Festival for her film starring Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell, an update on the 1971 movie with Clint Eastwood.

French auteur Bertrand Tavernier takes film lovers on an incredible 'Journey' through the past

The hottest ticket at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, the film people pushed and shoved hardest to get into, was not a heavy drama or heartbreaking romance, but a three-hour-plus documentary on the history of French cinema. If you don't think that sounds scintillating, you don't know Bertrand Tavernier....

The Beguiled: Director Sofia Coppola Talks About Adapting the Novel and Placing Her Style Into Genre Film

After winning the Best Director at Cannes Film Festival earlier this year, Sofia Coppola’s THE BEGUILED will make its way into theaters for a limited release in Los Angeles and New York this weekend. Based off the Thomas Cullinan novel, it’s about young women at a girls’ school who are sheltered from the outside world in Virginia during Civil War. Show More Summary

The Blaze’s Music Video ‘Territory’ Edges ‘We’re the Superhumans’ to Win Film Craft Grand Prix

CANNES, France--In an upset, the Film Craft jury at Cannes Lions awarded its Grand Prix to a music video, The Blaze's "Territory," over the pre-festival favorite, "We're the Superhumans," which advertised coverage of last summer's Paralympic Games on Britain's Channel 4. "Territory," which also screened Thursday morning at Saatchi & Saatchi's New Directors' Showcase, is...

Video Interview: Sofia Coppola, Kirsten Dunst and Elle Fanning on "The Beguiled"

This past May, Sofia Coppola made Cannes Film Festival history by becoming only the second woman to win the Best Director prize for "The Beguiled." The film is a gothic Civil War set potboiler based on the 1966 book by Thomas P. Cullinan and originally made into a film in 1971 by director Don Siegel and starring Clint Eastwood. Show More Summary

Gillette’s Deeply Touching Film About a Son Helping His Elderly Father Shave Takes Home Cannes Gold

When seeking creative awards show honors, there's nothing quite like mining the bond between parents and their children. A new ad by Gillette and Grey New York, which debuted before this year's Cannes Lions festival, has proven that maxim with the touching tale of Kristian Rex, a New Jersey man tasked with caring for his...

A 17-Minute Film From a Bank Just Won the Entertainment Lions Grand Prix at Cannes

CANNES, France--A bank in Spain has won the Entertainment Lions Grand Prix at Cannes for a sci-fi thriller short film that questions whether money is more important than experiences. The film, called "Beyond Money," is about a woman who sells her own memories. The film screened at theaters in Spain, and started a debate about...

New US Trailer for 'From the Land of the Moon' with Marion Cotillard

"I am planted within you. I am alone with you." IFC Films has debuted an official US trailer for the French drama From the Land of the Moon, which first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival last year (not this year). This romantic story...Show More Summary

Men Appear in Ads 4 Times More Than Women, According to Research Revealed at Cannes

CANNES, France--Advertising, just like television and film, doesn't represent as many women as men on screen. Men appear in ads four times more than women and have seven times more speaking roles, according to new research from J. Walter Thompson and the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media that was revealed during a panel...

Creepy New Look at XYZ’s Flesh-eating ‘The Dark’

Yesterday we told you that XYZ Films (Under the Shadow, The Raid, The Apostle, The Void) had acquired US sales rights to Justin P. Lange’s horror project The Dark after viewing 15 minutes of footage at the Cannes Marché. Lange’s feature directorial debut is the story of a murderous, flesh-eating, undead girl who haunts the […]

13 indie films to curb your superhero fatigue this summer

Keanu Reeves and Salma Hayek lead films that caused a stir at Sundance and Cannes fests.        

Who Are the Leopard Ladies? A Closer Look at the Mysterious Cannes Celebs on a Tragic Anniversary

CANNES, France--The Leopard Ladies are legends, a mother-daughter pair who've appeared in Cannes for the Lions and the film festival for as long as many of us have attended the shows. But who are they? Are they prostitutes, porn stars, spies--or women who simply like appearing in places where cool things are happening? We've heard...

XYZ Got Hyped on ‘The Dark’

XYZ Films (Under the Shadow, The Raid, The Apostle) nabbed US sales rights to Justin P. Lange’s horror project The Dark after 15 minutes of footage screened at the Cannes Marché last month, reports ScreenDaily. Lange’s feature directorial debut tells of a flesh-eating undead girl who haunts a stretch of woods where she was murdered. […]

‘The Witch’ Composer Creating Haunting Score for ‘The Wanting’

Filipino director Yam Laranas’ (The Echo, The Road) psychological thriller The Wanting took to Cannes where Lakeshore International boarded the film as a sales agent. Now, we have word that The Witch composer Mark Korven will create the haunting score for the chiller! Adam Brody (Jennifer’s Body) and Amanda Crew (Final Destination 3; “Silicon Valley”) star in the film, which […]

“I, Daniel Blake” and “Beatriz at Dinner”

Ken Loach’s indictment of modern England, a triumph at Cannes, and Miguel Arteta’s film about Californian mores, starring Salma Hayek and John Lithgow. 

[Trailer] Badass Korean Film ‘The Villainess’ Looks Like the Female ‘John Wick’

Fresh off its premiere at Cannes, where it received a four-minute standing ovation last month, director Jung Byung-gil’s South Korean action-thriller The Villainess was just released into theaters in South Korea, and it’s soon headed to other festivals. We bring this up because the trailer has arrived today, and holy shit is it awesome. We’re pretty sure […]

Marion Cotillard Says She 'Would Pay' To Star In An American Comedy!

Marion Cotillard wants to give an American comedy a try! “I’m not used to comedy, I’d love to do more,” the 41-year-old actress recently revealed (via Deadline) while promoting her latest film Ismael’s Ghosts at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. “I have a lot of work to find the right rhythm, comedy is really hard.” [...]

Beautiful Second Trailer for Bong Joon Ho's Animal Rescue Film 'Okja'

"Everything you believe you know about Okja is a lie." Netflix has launched a second full-length trailer for Bong Joon Ho's Okja, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival last month to quite a bit of good buzz. The film stars Ahn Seo-hyun as a girl named Mija who befriends a giant pig-hippo-cow creature she calls Okja. Show More Summary

See the 24 Best Commercials of the Past 15 Years, as Judged at Cannes

The Film Lions may not be the absolutely pinnacle of the Cannes festival, as they once were, but the Film Grand Prix is still very much a marquee award. It's one of the centerpieces of the Saturday evening award show, and the screening of the Film (and Film Craft) winners remains one of the most...

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