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    The 9 Best Things Said by the Coen Bros., Carey Mulligan and Justin Timberlake at the 'Inside Llewyn Davis' Cannes Press Conference

    Greeted with a lot of big laughs and extended applause at its first Cannes press screening last night, Joel and Ethan Coen's latest love letter to music "Inside Llewyn Davis" did not disappoint. (Our own Eric Kohn went so far as to say "it isn't the minor Coen Bros. movie it looks like.")

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    Cannes is About Money, Money, and Movies: Alec Baldwin and James Toback's 'Seduced and Abandoned'

    At last year's Cannes Film Festival, Alec Baldwin set out with writer-director James Toback to make a movie about the difficulty of making movies. And now that project, a documentary entitled "Seduced and Abandoned," has premiered at Cannes. The meta quality extends to the exploits captured in the f...

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    RADiUS-TWC Makes First Major Deal Of Cannes: Jeremy Saulnier's 'Blue Ruin'

    RADiUS-TWC has made the first major deal of a film screening at Cannes: Jeremy Saulnier's "Blue Ruin," which is world premiering in the Director's Fortnight.Full press release below.Cannes - May 18, 2013: RADiUS - TWC proudly announced tonight that it has acquired North American rights to BLUE RUIN...

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    Cannes: Why 'Inside Llewyn Davis' Isn't the Minor Coen Bros. Movie It Looks Like

    "That's a folk song," says Llewyn Davis (Oscar Isaac) in the opening scene of Joel and Ethan Coen's aptly titled "Inside Llewyn Davis." One could usually make a similar pronouncement about the Coen brothers' usually eccentric works -- yep, that's a Coen movie, folks -- but this one's a different sto...

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    Cannes Review: 'The Dance of Reality,' Alejandro Jodoroworsky's First Film in 23 Years, Is a Return to Form

    In the opening minutes of "The Dance of Reality," zany cult director Alejandro Jodorowsky's first movie in 23 years, the director appears onscreen reciting a poem that compares money to blood, Christ and Buddha, then equates death to consciousness and wealth. It's that wacky combination of evocative...

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    Watch: Kristin Scott Thomas Like You've Never Seen Her Before in Three NSFW Clips From 'Only God Forgives'

    At last night's Weinstein Co. annual Cannes preview, the clear standout of the evening was a scene from "Drive" director Nicolas Winding Refn's Palme d'Or contender "Only God Forgives," that featured Kristin Scott Thomas like you're never her seen before.

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    How Jeremy Saulnier Went From Corporate Videos to Premiering 'Blue Ruin' at Cannes

    In early April, Brooklyn-based cinematographer and filmmaker Jeremy Saulnier was en route to shooting a corporate video in Cleveland when he learned that his movie had been accepted to the Cannes Film Festival. It was quite the validation: To make the tense, violent crime drama "Blue Ruin," the firs...

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    Five Minutes of Nicole Kidman as 'Grace of Monaco' is Not Enough: The Weinstein Co. Underwhelms With Their Cannes Preview

    Coming off a banner year thanks to "Silver Linings Playbook" and "Django Unchained" netting over $100 million each domestically and three Oscars (two for "Django" and one for "Silver"), The Weinstein Company sailed into Cannes this year eager to kick off a follow-up via their annual slate preview. W...

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    Cannes: Asghar Farhadi On Why He Still Feels Censored as a Filmmaker Despite Making 'The Past' in France and Not in Iran

    Even before it screened this morning for press at Cannes, Asghar Farhadi's anticipated French-language follow up to his Oscar-winning foreign smash "A Separation" had been touted by many here as a top contender for the Palme d'Or given the director's track record and a story that calls to mind many ...

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    Cannes: How Asghar Farhadi's 'The Past' Confirms His Mastery of Human Behavior

    Cannes: How Asghar Farhadi's 'The Past' Confirms His Mastery of Human Behavior

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