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Cannes Film Festival

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    Cannes Review: Hardcore Sex Isn't the Craziest Thing About Gaspar Noé's 3D 'Love'

    There's plenty of graphic nudity and penetration in Noé's attention-grabbing work, but is that all there is to it?

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    Cannes Review: 'Mediterranea' is the Most Timely Movie at This Year's Cannes Film Festival

    Jonas Carpignano's first feature is a powerful look at the migrant crisis in Europe.

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    Here's How This Fledgling Cinematographer Got to Shoot a Film That Made It to Cannes

    AFI alumnus and 2014 Film Independent Project Involve fellow Carolina Costa recounts how she landed the DP gig on the Un Certain Regard competition film "Las Elegidas" ("The Chosen Ones").

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    John Travolta Action Flick 'I Am Wrath' Acquired by Saban at Cannes Market

    Christopher Meloni, Sam Trammell, Amanda Schull and Rebecca De Mornay also star.

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    Michael Caine at Cannes: 'The Only Alternative to Playing Old People is Playing Dead People'

    The screen icon was hilarious at today's Cannes Film Festival press conference for "Youth."

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    Watch: Go Back to Black in Tragic 'Amy' Trailer

    "We only said goodbye with words..."

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    Cannes Review: Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel Give Their Best Performances in Years in Sorrentino's Whimsical 'Youth'

    The director of "The Great Beauty" returns with a lively, stylized comedy-drama carried by its two veteran leads.

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    'Krisha' Cannes Video Diary, Part 2: Traversing the Palais for the First Time

    "Krisha" writer-director Trey Edward Shults gives us a sense of what it's like to be a first-time filmmaker at Cannes.

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    Cannes: Jesse Eisenberg on 'Louder Than Bombs' and How He Doesn't Watch Movies

    The Oscar nominee spoke with Indiewire about his Cannes Palme d'Or contender "Louder Than Bombs," and working alongside Isabelle Huppert in the drama.

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