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    Sofia Coppola and Emma Watson Talk All Things 'Bling Ring'

    The last time Academy Award-winner Sofia Coppola hit up La Croisette to unveil a new work, 2006's "Marie Antoinette," the Hollywood royal child was met with boos. History didn't repeat itself when "The Bling Ring" kicked off the Cannes' Un Certain Regard section this morning after screening to a pac...

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    Drafthouse Films and Films We Like Acquire Ari Folman's Cannes Entry 'The Congress,' Starring Robin Wright

    Drafthouse Films and Films We Like have co-acquired North American rights to Ai Folman's anticipated follow-up to "Waltz With Bashir," "The Congress," starring Robin Wright, Harvey Keitel, Jon Hamm and Paul Giamatti. The animated-live action hybrid opened the Cannes Director's Fortnight sidebar this...

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    Popular Cannes Winner 'Blue is the Warmest Color' Receives Chillier Criticism

    It was a hit with critics and it won the Palme d'Or, but Abdellatif Kechiche's film about young lesbian lovers is now receiving its first taste of backlash.

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    Roman Polanski's 'Venus' Heading To U.S. Via Sundance Selects

    Roman Polanski's "Venus In Fur" will head to the U.S. via Sundance Selects, it was announced today. The film -- which just had its world premiere in Cannes -- stars Polanski's wife and frequent collaborator Emmanuelle Seigner as Vanda, an actress who shows up late to an audition for Thomas (Mathieu...

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    On Trying to Work in the Name of a Festival Sponsor (Without Compromising One's Journalistic Integrity)

    Since I was a teenager, I've wondered why Coke and Pepsi still have to advertise. Is there anyone who knows what a carbonated beverage is who isn't already aware of these two iconic brands of cola? How hard is it to taste both and decide if a personal preference emerges or that either (or neither) o...

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    James Gray On 'The Immigrant,' 'The Gray Man,' 'The Lost City Of Z' And More

    Last week, we ran an excerpt from our Cannes Film Festival interview with director James Gray in which he spoke at length about his upcoming sci-fi project. But of course the reason he was there, and the reason we were talking at all, was to present his new film, “The Immigrant,” which premiered in ...

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    Cannes 2013: An Interview with James Gray

    "Ewa is a survivor. I think she’s going to make it. I don’t think she’s going to live a perfect life or be able to forget what has happened to her, but I think she’s going to make it somehow. I don’t know if my other characters will make it."--James Gray on "The Immigrant"

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    Women To Watch: Nathalie Harewood of Participant

    Nathalie Harewood was born in Orlando, FL and educated in the SCAD, Savannah College of Arts and Design which was founded in 1978 but has made great strides in establishing itself as the University for Creative Careers. The unique city of Savannah, Georgia is worth a trip in itself.

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    Cannes Deal: Drafthouse Films Nabs Dutch Domestic Thriller 'Borgman'

    Drafthouse Films has picked up rights to domestic thriller "Borgman" from this year's Cannes Film Festival. Helmed by Alex van Warmerdam ("Grimm," "Abel"), and in the tonal vein of Yorgos Lanthimos' "Dogtooth" and Michael Haneke's "Funny Games," it is the first Dutch film to play in competition at t...

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    Some Best Scene Selections From the Cannes Critics Poll - Featuring Cats!

    Quick! What do these things have in common?

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