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Cannes Classics Lineup Includes Films By Alfred Hitchcock, Sergio Leone, Frank Capra, Jean Renoir & More

Fistful Of Dollars
The Cannes Film Festival isn't just about uncovering the brightest new talents, and freshest expressions of the cinematic art (but yes, it's a huge part of it). Each year, organizers curate a great selection of classic films, and this year is no different. Read More »

Cannes Film Festival Adds Six More Films To The Official Lineup

L’Homme qu’on aimait trop (In The Name of my Daughter)
This year's Cannes Film Festival just got a little bit bigger. Organizers have revealed six more movies that have been added to the official lineup, but sorry, you won't find the latest from Terrence Malick in here. Read More »

Harvey Weinstein Considers Dropping 'Grace Of Monaco' Before Cannes As Battle Over Final Cut Continues

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  • April 28, 2014 1:35 PM
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Grace of Monaco
You might have forgotten, but this year's Cannes Film Festival opener "Grace Of Monaco," was originally supposed to be released last fall, and then was pushed to this spring. However, last October, reports surfaced that producer Harvey Weinstein and director Olivier Dahan were battling over the cut of the film, with the filmmaker even more dismayed that Harv actually doesn't have any money invested in the actual production — he's merely the U.S. distributor. The battle caused the film to be removed from the release calendar, but long after, it was selected for Cannes. So, no problem then, right? Wrong.

Sofia Coppola, Nicolas Winding Refn, Gael García Bernal, Willem Dafoe & More Serving On Cannes Film Festival Jury

Now that we know the lineup, it's time to find out the people who will determine this year's Palme d'Or winner at the Cannes Film Festival. In January, we learned that Jane Campion would serving as the jury president, and today the impressive lineup of jurors has been revealed. Read More »

New Pics Of Robert Pattinson, Mia Wasikowska & More In David Cronenberg's Cannes Bound 'Maps To The Stars'

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  • April 22, 2014 11:37 AM
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Maps To The Stars
While most films headed to Cannes are keeping a tight seal until the lights go down and the projector goes on, that's not the case for David Cronenberg's "Maps To The Stars." That may be due for the fact that the film is opening in a handful of overseas territories this summer, so regardless of the festival, they need to start advertising. And it could be just because the director doesn't really care. Either way, more images from the movie are here.

Watch: Trailer, Poster And Pics For Korean 'Point Blank' Remake 'The Target' Playing Cannes

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  • April 22, 2014 10:04 AM
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The Target
Before you get too excited, this is not a remake of John Boorman's 1967 film, but rather a Korean do-over of the 2010 French action flick "Point Blank," which also as U.S. redo in the works too. But the singularly named director Chang got there first, and even more, his version is headed to Cannes Film Festival where it will play the midnight lineup (yes, they have a midnight lineup too). And the first trailer is here.

New Images Of Robert Pattinson, Julianne Moore & More In Cannes Competition Pic 'Maps To The Stars'

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • April 21, 2014 9:18 AM
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Maps To The Stars
We are less than a month away from the Cannes Film Festival, and red carpets are being shampooed and hotels are making their towels extra fluffy for the array of stars that will descend upon the south of France. We'll be there with our eyes firmly on the movies, and today brings with it even more images from one of the hottest tickets at the fest.

Abel Ferrara's 'Welcome To New York' Going VOD Only In France, Could Be Late Addition To Cannes Lineup

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  • April 18, 2014 4:48 PM
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Abel Ferrara and theatrical distribution mix like oil and water. His films always seem to be hard to find on the big screen, usually slotted with a smaller distributor who doesn't expand his films beyond the few screens they manage to snag in New York City and Los Angeles. And for his latest, "Welcome To New York," French producers The Wild Bunch are forgoing a theatrical release entirely.

Watch: NSFW Teaser Trailer For Mathieu Amalric's Cannes Contender 'La Chambre Bleue'

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  • April 18, 2014 2:36 PM
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La Chambre Bleue
Is actor Mathieu Amalric becoming a Cannes staple as a director? He's making all the right movies -- in 2010 he made his first appearance on the Croisette as a director with "Tournée," winning Best Director and a FIPRESCI prize for his efforts. This year, he's returning with "La Chambre Bleue," this time shifted from Competition to Un Certain Regard, and it promises a fair bit of skin and sweat.

Spend ‘Two Days, One Night' With Marion Cotillard In New Pics From Dardennes Cannes Entry

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  • April 18, 2014 12:22 PM
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Two Days, One Night
While we'll leave it to the experts to wager on what movie has the best shot at the Palme d'Or, you can't count out the Dardennes. They are two-time Palme winners, not to mention the numerous other awards they've picked up in the south of France, and their latest, "Two Days, One Night" looks like they'll have another shot. Here's the trailer in case you missed it, but if you're wanting more, a batch of new images has landed.

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