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The audience booed, but critics cheered at the Cannes Film Festival premiere of Terence Malick’s latest film.
‘We Need to Talk About Kevin’ may be an early frontrunner for many major Cannes awards.
‘Midnight in Paris’ gets praise, ‘Sleeping Beauty’ gets mixed and some new clips get premiered.
The Cannes Film Festival has begun and the competition entries start tomorrow. Here is their schedule with trailers and clips for each.
The Cannes Film Festival begins tonight with the opening film. Here are the sites I will be turning to for coverage of the festival.
Cannes kick-off, RIP Arthur Laurents, ‘Priest’ gets panned, Michael Bolton loves movies…
‘Thor’ and Shakespeare, ‘Star Wars’ Blu-Ray, pic from Cannes entry ‘Drive’…
Richest fictional characters of 2011, poster for ‘X-Men: First Class’, trailer for ‘The Help’…
19 films were selected to be In Competition and 19 for Un Certain Regard. View the entire list with a select number of trailers.
Gus Van Sant to open Un Certain Regard, ‘The Conspirator’ is “unimaginative,” image from ‘Tree of Life’…
‘Source Code’, ‘Your Highness’, and the Cannes Line-Up Announcement are some of cinematic highlights of this April.
Cannes anticipation, ‘The Beaver’ works, trailers for ‘Last Night’ and ‘Beautiful Boy’…
Cannes vs. Oscar films, kung-fu ‘Hamlet,’ ‘Rango’ praise, the work of David Fincher…
Now that the 65 submissions have been announced its time for a breakdown of whose in the lead.
‘Boogie Nights’ remains my favorite film that Anderson has yet produced and quite honestly I canâ€™t imagine him producing a better picture. To me it offers the charm and eloquence of ‘Punch-Drunk Love’ and ‘Magnolia’ combined with the epic scope of ‘There Will Be Blood.’
‘The King’s Speech’ takes TIFF highest honor and gets a strong push towards this year’s awards circuit.
“I’m Still Here” turns out to be false, although not necessarily a hoax. This performance is certainly worth a look.
‘Somewhere’ takes the top prize, and garners possible Oscar attention. Mila Kunis is this year’s ‘young’ star. Full awards announced at Venice.
Most countries have not even announced their submission yet, but here are my early predictions for Best Foreign Language Film.