By Indiewire | Indiewire May 9, 2006 at 5:25AM
This year in Cannes, indieWIRE will be publishing daily film festival coverage both online and in print (May 17 - 28, 2006).
Prior to celebrating its 10th anniversary in July, indieWIRE will join the Cannes Market News team to handle extensive international market coverage in print dailies published by Le Film Francais and the Marche du Film. 13,000 copies of the English-language Cannes Market News print daily will again be distributed this year in all festival venues, hotels and throughout Cannes.
Published each afternoon, the Cannes Market News dailies will include biz news (from indieWIRE), as well as an events and comprehensive screenings list for the following day.
As always, indieWIRE.com will be updated throughout the day during the festival and our coverage will also be published in a special section of Yahoo Movies. Coverage will include biz news, a reviews column, festival buzz, press conference dispatches, iPOP photos and party reports.
All indieWIRE coverage will be available in a special Cannes section on indieWIRE.com.
In Cannes (May 15 - 28):
EMAIL: editors (AT) indiewire.com
TEL: +33 (0) 8 70 40 76 11
Eugene Hernandez, Editor-in-Chief
Brian Brooks, Associate Editor
American Pavilion business center, Palais press box
Celebrating its tenth anniversary, indieWIRE is the leading news, information, and social networking site for the international independent film community, including comprehensive coverage of indie, documentary and foreign language films, as well industry news, film festival reports, filmmaker interviews, and movie reviews. Its website includes special sections for high-profile film festivals, the new indieLOOP community site, filmmaker and industry weblogs, as well as resources and tools for emerging and established filmmakers. Awarded the Webby for best film website, indieWIRE was lauded as a "must read" by Variety, branded the "online heartbeat of the world's independent film community" by Forbes, and dubbed "best indie crossroads" by film critic Roger Ebert.