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    Pablo Trapero Named Cannes' Un Certain Regard Jury President

    Pablo Trapero, Argentinean director, producer and scriptwriter, has presented three of his films at the Cannes Film Festival's Un Certain Regard selection beginning in 2002. Now, in his own words, he is to "take part in another way in the adventure in Cannes." For the 67th edition, he will serve as ...

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    Watch: Ignore the Terrible Voice-Over and Enjoy the Battle of the Sexes in Trailer for Roman Polanski's 'Venus in Fur'

    A year after making its worldwide debut as the Closing Night Film of the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, Roman Polanski's latest stage adaptation following 2011's "Carnage," "Venus in Fur," is set to open stateside. Ahead of its June 20th release and upcoming screenings at the Tribeca Film Festival, Sund...

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    Lambert Wilson of 'The Matrix' Films Will Be Cannes' Master of Ceremonies

    Lambert Wilson, best known for his role as The Merovingian in "The Matrix Reloaded" and "The Matrix Revolutions" has been chosen to host the opening and closing ceremonies at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival next month.

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    Watch: A Teenage Girl Becomes a Prostitute in Trailer for François Ozon 'Young & Beautiful'

    A year after playing in competition at the Cannes Film Festival, François Ozon's "Young & Beautiful" is finally nearing a stateside unveiling courtesy of Sundance Selects. The company just released its first trailer for the film ahead its April 25th release.

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    Andrea Arnold Named President of Cannes Critics Week Jury

    After her stint on the Cannes competition jury last year, British director Andrea Arnold has now been designated the president of this year's jury for the Semaine de la Critique section at the festival. Arnold, who will be leading a jury composed of four journalists to pick a winner from seven featu...

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    Happy Birthday Michael Haneke: Watch 4 Of His Best Films for Free Online

    The director turned 72 yesterday. We’re honoring him by offering up four of his films to stream for free on Indiewire’s parent company, SnagFilms. The collection includes his first feature debut, "The Seventh Continent."

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    Cannes Wish List: 40 Films We Hope Make The Festival's 2014 Lineup

    Cannes is a sort of annual cinematic Olympics, with almost every country vying for spots in the official selection. But with the official 2014 Cannes Film Festival announcement a little over a month away, Indiewire is offering its annual Cannes wish list.

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    Trailer of the Week: Nicole Kidman and Tim Roth Act Their Hearts Out in 'Grace of Monaco'

    Before the Trailer, We Thought: We've written before about the much-publicized spat between director Olivier Dahan and producer Harvey Weinstein, but to recap, "Grace of Monaco" has had a pretty rough lead up to its premiere. The film was originally a part of The Weinstein Company's awards season s...

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    Watch: 'Blue is the Warmest Color' Spoofed by Funny or Die

    Winning the highly coveted Palme D'Or can give independent films a much-needed boost into mainstream culture. But such hype may not always be the most advantageous scenario for a film. The most recent proof of this is the sharp Funny or Die parody of the 2013 Palme D'Or Winner "Blue Is the Warmest C...

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    'Grace of Monaco' Set to Open the Cannes Film Festival

    "Grace of Monaco" has been announced as the opening film of the 67th Cannes Film Festival on May 14 at the Grand Théâtre Lumière of the Palais des Festivals, as a part of the Official Selection, Out of Competition. It's quite a premiere for a film with this much behind-the-scenes drama.

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