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    Le Festival de Cannes' 2011 Classics Program

    The 64th Cannes Film Festival today announced the films selected for the eighth Cannes Classics program that showcases restored and re-discovered films ahead of their re-release in theaters or on DVD.

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    Cannes '11 Announces Cinéfondation & Short Films Jury

    The Festival de Cannes unveiled the list of Cinéfondation and Short Films jurors joining Michel Gondry for the 2011 edition of the event.

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    Cannes Sets Thurman, Law, To and Assayas to Join DeNiro On Jury

    Uma Thurman, Jude Law, Olivier Assayas and Johnny To are among those joining Robert DeNiro on the Competition Jury of the 2011 Cannes Film Festival, it was announced today. The complete list is below.

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    Cannes' 50th Critics' Week Lineup Announced

    The lineup for the 50th anniversary of the Critics' Week program at the Cannes Film Festival has been announced. The oldest of the parallel sections at Cannes, Critics' Week will have 7 feature films comprising the main selection, as well as 4 special feature film screenings and 10 short films. Jef...

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    Cannes Competition and Un Certain Regard 2011

    Now that the titles for the Festival International de Cannes Competition, Un Certain Regard, Out of Competition, Midnight Screenings and Special Screenings have been announced, we will begin to look at the business side of the titles. Cannes Rights Round Up will soon open on this blog as an acquisitions tracking tool as distributors now begin licensing rights for their territories during the spring and summer months to come. There are four female directors out of the 19 films in Competiton which is a new record of 21%. Brava to Lynn Ramsay ♀ , Naomi Kawase ♀ , Maiwenn L ♀ ., and first time Australian filmmaker Julia Leigh ♀ with her Sleepin...

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    Almodovar, Malick, Ramsay and Von Trier Set For 2011 Cannes Film Festival Lineup

    Updated - The powerhouse lineup for the 64th Festival de Cannes was unveiled in Paris this afternoon local time by festival chief Thierry Fremaux. indieWIRE has the full list, which includes veteran directors Pedro Almodovar, Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, Bruno Dumont, Terrence Malick, Lynne Ramsay,...

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    Cannes Wish List 2011: 40 Films We Have Reason To Hope For (UPDATED)

    With the announcement of the Cannes Film Festival lineup coming in tomorrow morning, indieWIRE has updated our Cannes wish list with a few notes regarding films that have been all-but-confirmed for the Croisette. After what many a deemed a relatively lackluster lineup last year due to many woul...

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    Internet Fundraising: Rocks Snakes

    Introduction by Peter Belsito, Guest BloggerThe below piece (really feels like a diary entry) by a filmmaker of our acquaintance introduces an interesting and worthy project attempting to raise funds over the internet. This indie feature, a dramatic film, is going through a process now that is becoming more established and useful in our indie world.What is the main problem today? As Ted Hope, profiled recently in this blog, eloquently said, "the rules for funding have fundamentally changed". Basically as we see it more and more films are coming on line every day and funding sources have not kept up (i.e. have not been increasing).What to d...

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    Cannes Marche du Film - What's New This Year

    New this year at the Cannes Market:Aside from the five year old Producers Network, a new series of events will take place under the aegis of Producers Workshop. See below the jump for more information.

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    James Franco in Sundance

    James Franco said he'll likely take his next film as director The Broken Tower to Cannes. James Franco’s directorial debut was Fool’s Gold in 2005. Since then he has directed The Ape (2005, TLA Releasing) and Good Time Max (2007, IFC Films) which screened at Tribeca, Hollywood, Austin and Vancouver...

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