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Cannes Film Festival

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    Watch: New Trailer Flies in For Cannes Premiere 'The Little Prince'

    The film, directed by "Kung Fu Panda" filmmaker Marc Osborne, is set for release in France this summer.

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    Cannes Reveals This Year's Critics' Week Lineup; SXSW Winner 'Krisha' Makes Cut

    French films pull ahead in this year's lineup.

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    Cannes Critics' Week Lineup: Louis Garrel's Debut, SXSW Winner Among Highlights

    Cannes Critics' Week offers exposure for first and second-time filmmakers, and this year's lineup looks promising as ever.

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    10 Films Booed at Cannes That Every Cinephile Should See

    From Antonioni to Lynch and Gallo, these 10 films were booed at Cannes. But now we know better.

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    Screen Talk: The Politics of Cannes, TV and Film Festivals, 'Felix & Meira'

    The first stab at the Cannes lineup has dropped. Indiewire's Eric Kohn and I parse the Official Selection.

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    Cannes Pushes Arnaud Desplechin’s 'My Golden Years' to the Directors' Fortnight

    At the Cannes press conference director Thierry Fremaux admitted that although he liked the new Arnaud Desplechin film, "My Golden Years," it didn't make it into the Competition in a strong year for French cinema.

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    Watch: Cannes 2015 Entry 'The Tale of Tales' Trailer Will Blow Your Mind and Gross You Out (NSFW)

    Salma Hayek, Vincent Cassel and John C. Reilly play unusual fairy tale characters in Matteo Garrone's entry to the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.

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