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    Cannes Mourns the Loss of Roch Jauberty, the Son of Edith Grante

    Cannes mourns the loss of the Roch, the son of Edith Grante and Christian Jauberty. The Marche, its participants, The American Pavilion and all who know this marvelous Parisian family who lived in L.A. for over 10 years, will hold a memorial service at the American Pavilion, Cannes tonight at 10 pm...

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    'Battleship' Director Peter Berg Loses His Shit, Calls Israeli Reporter A Draft Dodger In Interview

    “Battleship” helmer Peter Berg certainly has a personality we’d describe as brash, whether he’s spouting out ideas for sequels to “Hancock” or making an argument as to why his upcoming blockbuster has little to do with the board game it shares its namesake with, he’s a filmmaker who likes to have hi...

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    Trailers from Hell: Weird and Delirious "The Lair of the White Worm" Still Embarrasses Hugh Grant

    In our second Trailers From Hell feature, Dan Ireland takes us on an exploration of weird and campy "The Lair of the White Worm." Ireland produced "The Lair of the White Worm" for Ken Russell for Best Run Pictures. It's a delirious adaptation of a Bram Stoker novel that pays heavy homage to Oscar W...

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    Sony Pictures Classics Nabs Susanne Bier's 'Love Is All You Need'

    Sony Pictures Classics has acquired North American rights to Susanne Bier's romantic comedy "Love Is All You Need," starring Pierce Brosnan. The film marks her follow-up to her Academy Award-winner "In a Better World," which the company also distributed. In an inter...

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    Cannes Has Begun

    Moonrise Kingdom will show tonight thus kicking off the festival! The floor of the market looks quite empty though the registration lines yesterday were winding around the corner like I had never seen before. People are looking forward to Carlos Reyadas' new film Post Tenebras Lux. He, btw,...

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    Chris Pine To Co-Write & Star In Comedy 'Mantivities'

    Even while actor Chris Pine floats around space thanks to the production of helmer J.J. Abrams' “Star Trek 2,” it would look as if he’s lining up his next projects once he returns from the Enterprise deck. One option could be that he takes the role of the Tom Clancy-created cha...

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    'Weekend' Gets the Criterion Stamp of Approval

    Like us, you've probably been wondering why Andrew Haigh's award-winning bittersweet gay love story "Weekend," hasn't come out for purchase on DVD/Blu-ray yet, given that it came out theatrically last September. Well we now have an answer, and we couldn't be happier for Haigh, a relative newcomer wi...

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    Cannes By Numbers

    Aside from the Rights Roundup and the U.S. Distributors A - Z (Both are on your right in my Blog Roll), here are some more Numbers. Why are numbers so reassuring to us?

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