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    CANNES REVIEW: Abbas Kiarostami Heads to Japan and Delivers a Tantalizing Mystery With 'Like Someone in Love'

    There's a lot of driving and talking in "Like Someone in Love," Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami's latest production made outside of his native country, but beyond that is anyone's guess. Following last year's Tuscany-set "Certified Copy," the new movie finds the...

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    Cannes 2012: Sexism Watch Continues

    One of the things I am proud of regarding the work many people have done to raise awareness about the lack of opportunities for female directors is how we were able to interrupt the narrative which is usually all about the clothes, stars and the glamour.   For example, look at what the women of...

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    Cannes 2012 - Chadian Mahamat Saleh-Haroun Will Shoot Next Film "Gris-Gris" This Fall

    I recently read a lengthy interview with acclaimed Chadian filmmaker Mahamat Saleh-Haroun with Black Camera film journal, in which he vowed never to return to FESPACO, continental Africa's largest and most prominent film festival, given the festival's "organizational problems&...

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    12 Reviews From Cannes 2012: 'Amour,' 'Moonrise Kingdom' and More

    We've hit the halfway point of this year's Cannes Film Festival. Indiewire senior editor and film critic Eric Kohn has caught all of the biggest films from directors like Alain Resnais, Michael Haneke, Cristian Mungiu. To help you keep track, we've compile a list of all of our first doze...

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    Cannes 2012: Lee Daniels' "The Butler" A Sensation At Marché; Gets Nicole Kidman, July Start Date

    By several accounts, Lee Daniels' next project after The Paperboy, The Butler, has been the "US arthouse sensation of the market" (the market being the Cannes Film Market happening right now, in case you haven't been following all out posts).

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    Watch: Chris O'Dowd Warble 'I Can't Help Myself' in Cannes

    Not attending Cannes this year and want to feel like you're part of the action? Check out the below video (shot by our very own Eric Kohn) of Irish star Chris O'Dowd ("Bridesmaids") belting out the Motown classic "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)" at the Weinstein Company's party for thei...

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    Cross-Post - Cannes: Festival Opens in a Boys Own Adventure

    Cross-Post - Cannes: Festival Opens in a Boys Own Adventure

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    Exclusive: New Images Of Gael Garcia Bernal In Pablo Larrain's Cannes Hit 'No'

    He's still relatively little-known in the U.S, but we've become huge fans of Chilean director Pablo Larrain over the last few years. The director first came on the scene with the excellent "Tony Manero," and followed it up a few years back with the equally good, but very different "Post Mortem." Nei...

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    Cannes 2012: Morgan Freeman-Narrated "BB King: The Life Of Riley" Sold To UK's G2 For Fall Release

    It's not the B.B. King feature film that Wendell Pierce is attached to star in (B.B. King And I), but we'll take it for now.

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    Cannes Watch: Woman With a Camera

    Here's a video that interviews women about the lack of women directors in Cannes.  It is created by Donna Don.

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