The Coen Brothers, Nicolas Winding Refn, Arnaud Desplechin, Alexander Payne, and many others fill out a delicious Cannes Film Festival lineup.
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Another Cannes hopeful lands a trailer, with ‘Il Divo’ director Paulo Sorrentino gazing ethereally on Paris in ‘La Grande Bellezza’.
A slow, restrained journey, Cristian Mungiu’s ‘Beyond the Hills’ builds to an intense but philosophical conclusion, contrasting religious life with a secular worldview.
Baz Luhrmann’s ‘The Great Gatsby’ to open this year’s Cannes Film Festival, with Steven Spielberg already set as jury president.
There may not be as many Best Picture nominees emerging out of this year’s festival, but which films have the best chance?
Michael Haneke wins the Palme d’Or, making it his second win in four years.
Round ups of all films that have played so far at the Cannes Film Festival.
The consensus seems to be that if you like Anderson, you’ll like ‘Moonrise Kingdom.’
The Cannes Film Festival opens in under a week and the previews continue.
This fantastical film introduces us to some exciting newcomers who could make a big impact on 2012.
Ten movies I want to watch in this year’s Cannes Film Festival.
Films from Wes Anderson, Michael Haneke, Ken Loach, David Cronenberg, Abbas Kiarostami, Andrew Dominik, Jacques Audiard, and Alain Resnais are included.
The prolific French director teams up with one of the greatest working actresses for a film that looks fantastic.
There is a surprisingly high number of movies in March that I am highly anticipating. Hopefully 2012 gets off to a good start!
It is going to be a while before most of this films come to the U.S., but I’m excited.
Sean Penn is not as well-liked in his 2nd film of the festival.
Three English-language films took home top prizes at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.
‘Le Havre,’ ‘Melancholia’, and ‘Drive’ get some major love. ‘Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai’, ‘Pater’, and ‘The Skin I Live In’ do not.
Reviews of ‘Habemus Papum’, ‘Footnote’, ‘The Kid With the Bike’, ‘The Artist’, and ‘House of Tolerance’.
The audience booed, but critics cheered at the Cannes Film Festival premiere of Terence Malick’s latest film.