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Cannes Film Festival

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    IFC Midnight Acquires Chloe Sevigny and Natasha Lyonne Film '#Horror'

    Designer Tara Subkoff teams up with former Imitation of Christ clothes line partner Chloe Sevigny for her feature film directorial debut.

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    Oscilloscope to Release Cannes Manhunt Thriller 'Catch Me Daddy'

    Daniel Wolfe's heart-pounding U.K. thriller premiered at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.

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    Parker Posey: 'An actor’s career relies on a lot of luck'

    When talking to Parker Posey one can sense the vulnerability of a sensitive artist and the gratitude of a person who doesn’t take anything for granted.

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    Watch: Friendships Turn Sour in Trailer for Melanie Laurent's 'Breathe'

    The drama explores the fragility of adolescence and the impact of toxic friendships.

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    Watch: Want to request a Cannes-celation?

    Sad you couldn't go to the Cannes Film Festival this year? Tired of looking at pictures of people grinning gleefully as the southern French coastal sun beats down on them, while you're huddled inside on a blustery, rainy day? Try a Cannes-celation! It's a piece of software that... well, just try it ...

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    The Dirty Business Behind 'The Tribe,' From an Oscar Scandal to Deaf Teen Hollywood Divas

    The story of making 'The Tribe,' and what went on behind and beyond the scenes, is a movie in itself.

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    Cannes 15: Kering Presents Women in Motion

    The Kering Foundation, in partnership with the Cannes Film Festival, created ‘Women in Motion’ as a five-year initiative to advocate women’s rights and fair representation of their perspectives and stories in the film industry.

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