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    Cannes: Gaspar Noé on Shooting Sex in 'Love' and Why He Loves His Bad Reviews

    "I was very hands off when we were shooting. Once you put the people in the right positions it's okay. They know how to do it."

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    Cannes Review: Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard Salvage Justin Kurzel's 'Macbeth'

    The two stars shine in the second feature from "The Snowtown Murders" director.

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    Cannes Review: Frank Capra Meets the Romanian New Wave in Corneliu Porumboiu's 'The Treasure'

    The director of "Police, Adjective" returns with a surprisingly uplifting tale.

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    Indiewire Springboard: One Year Later, 'Love at First Fight' Director Thomas Cailley Looks Back on Cannes

    "The film has kind of taken on a life of its own, so it doesn't really belong to me as much now, as it belongs to the viewers who see it."

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    Meet the First-Time Director Behind 'Son of Saul,' the Holocaust Drama That Wowed Cannes

    László Nemes' compelling drama "Son of Saul" is the toast of the 2015 Cannes competition. Here's how he made it happen for his very first feature-length project.

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    Cannes: Cinéfondation Short Film Winners Announced, Taissa Farmiga-Starring 'Share' Takes Top Prize

    The Cinéfondation Selection consisted of 18 student films, chosen out of 1,593 entries coming from 381 film schools around the world.

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    Cannes: Denis Villeneuve on the 'Blade Runner' Sequel and Working With Roger Deakins

    "Roger and I have been dreaming to make a sci-fi movie since the first day we met."

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    The Most Ambitious Movie At This Year's Cannes Film Festival is 'Arabian Nights'

    At over six hours long, in three parts, with multiple stories, Portuguese director Miguel Gomes' epic "Arabian Nights" is the most ambitious — and entertaining — film of the festival.

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