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Cannes Film Festival

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    "Two Days, One Night" Puts Marion Cotillard in the Lead for Cannes' Acting Honors

    And some critics say Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardennes' taut drama could win them an unprecedented third Palme d'Or.

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    Cannes Review: Naomi Kawase’s 'Still The Water' Is A Spectacle For The Senses

    Naomi Kawase’s “Still The Water” was greeted with something of a muted response when Thierry Fremaux announced it among the eighteen competing films for the Palme d’Or. Ardent arthouse fans will mostly recognize Kawase, and to those who are loyal followers of the Cannes Film Festival her inclusion i...

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    ISA of the Day Exclusive: Carnaby Films, From the Sand to the Stars on the Croisette

    The fiery business maverick Andrew Loveday of Carnaby Films has a big message for the dinosaurs of the global film industry; be afraid. Be very afraid! Andrew is here to create big change in the global film industry, and the time is right for his intentions. Banking partners have just committed 75 m...

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    Cannes Review: Frederick Wiseman's Heady, Nourishing Art Doc 'National Gallery'

    Frederick Wiseman has always been interested, above and beyond anything else, in institutions. The veteran documentarian has, in his nearly 50-year career, pointed his lens at all kinds of social microcosms, from ballet companies and strip clubs, to high schools and the state legislature. Now, hot o...

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    CANNES WATCH: Bizarre, Intriguing First Clip from Ryan Gosling's Directorial Debut 'Lost River'

    A first teaser clip has arrived from Ryan Gosling's Cannes entry "Lost River." It's... very strange. Gosling is definitely going experimental with his first outing in the director's seat. We'll get a clearer idea of what the film is about once it bows in the Un Certain Regard section, but for the mo...

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    Cannes: Comparing And Exploring The Changes Between 'Eleanor Rigby: Them' And 'Eleanor Rigby: Him & Her'

    As you know by now, the origin story of this film is unlikely to be repeated. At TIFF last year, Ned Benson premiered his conceptual feature film debut as a three-hour emotional journey of a break-up split in two parts: ‘Him’ and ‘Her’ (read our review here). Harvey Weinstein acquired the rights, an...

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    "Foxcatcher" Starts the Oscar Race at Cannes, Like It or Not

    Virtually unrecognizable behind a fake nose and altered voice, Steve Carell wowed critics who got a first look at Bennet Miller's long-awaited movie.

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    Cannes Review: Lisandro Alonso’s Beautiful But Belabored ‘Jauja’ Starring Viggo Mortensen

    A strikingly shot odyssey story that makes extensive use of the dramatic, varied landscapes of rural South America and moves at a pace that would see it quickly outflanked by the average glacier, “Jauja” may involve the talents of the biggest star he’s ever worked with in Viggo Mortensen, but it’s r...

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    Cannes News & Notes

    "No mas, no mas!", you cry. Are you inundated with sites sending you 14 different Cannes stories every day since the fest started? Never fear, Box Office Insider has your easy-to-digest recap of the first half of the festival, so grab a croissant and let's talk about Le Croisette

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