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Cannes Film Festival

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    Cannes Review: Pascal Ferran's Curious Fable Of Alienation 'Bird People' Starring Josh Charles & Radha Mitchell 

    At some point or another, every major international filmmaker gets the itch to broaden their audience, and work with big (or biggish) names for a film that, at least in part, is in the English language. The latest director to experiment away for their native tongue is Pascal Ferran, who made a splas...

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    Crosspost: Stories About Women Dominate at Cannes, Even If Female Filmmakers Are Rare

    Here's Tommy Lee Jones trying to fix what is so clearly wrong with Hollywood's gender imbalance, and here's the status quo rejecting it. Do they reject it because it wasn't that good, or do they reject it because they can't or won't care about a movie that cares about women?

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    Cannes: IFC Grabs North American Rights to 'The Salvation' Starring Mads Mikkelsen and Eva Green

    IFC films has acquired "The Salvation," a western starring Mads Mikkelsen and Eva Green, directed by Kristian Levring.

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    Watch: 2 New Clips From 'Clouds Of Sils Maria' Starring Kristen Stewart & Juliette Binoche

    The conventional wisdom goes that if your movie plays at the end of the film festival, chances are it’s not very good, or certainly not as worthwhile as the pictures that debut during those hot first few days. Certainly this is largely true for Sundance and TIFF, festivals that Hollywood abandons en...

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    Cannes Review: Michel Hazanavicius’ ‘The Search’ Starring Berenice Bejo & Annette Bening

    Winning Best Picture and Best Director at the Oscars pretty much gives you licence to do whatever you want next time around. Looking at the follow-ups of some recent Academy Award winners, so you can see a near-three-hour erotic drama (Ang Lee), a one-man show about a man cutting off his own arm (Da...

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    Cannes Review: 'Cartoonists, Foot Soldiers of Democracy,' a Winning Picture of Political Caricaturists

    French director Stephanie Valloatto calls them foot soldiers but I see them more as canaries (though they tend to squawk rather than sing or chirp). They are political cartoonists, and although their value in the age of Stewart and Colbert has perhaps lessened, in much of the world not blessed with ...

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    Will 'Jimmy's Hall' Be Ken Loach's Last? Sony Snags the Film Ahead of Cannes Premiere

    Brit director and master of kitchen sink realism Ken Loach is a Cannes Competition mainstay. Sony has just acquired his latest film "Jimmy's Hall" ahead of its Croisette premiere. But will it be his last?

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    Watch 3 Clips From Philippe Lacôte's Cannes 2014 Un Certain Regard Selection 'Run'

    Watch 3 Clips From Philippe Lacôte's Cannes 2014 Un Certain Regard Selection 'Run'

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    10 Unconventional Steps to Get Your Indie Film Out in the World

    Director David Greenspan details the unlikely and unconventional path he went to get his debut indie feature seen.

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