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    Cannes Review: Zhang Yimou's ‘Coming Home’ Starring Gong Li

    The tale spans decades and revolutions; the central relationship is a love affair so unending that it can even survive one of the participants no longer recognizing the other; the plinky piano soundtrack runs the gamut from plaintive to plaintive; no, this is not a soupy 1950s melodrama, but the new...

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    Watch: Jean-Luc Godard Explains Why He Skipped Cannes Press Conference

    Jean-Luc Godard explains in a video why he skipped the press conference for his film, "Goodbye to Language" at the Cannes Film Festival.

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    With "Goodbye to Language," Jean-Luc Godard Goes 3D

    The 83-year-old Godard shows James Cameron and co. a whole new way to use stereoscopic photography.

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    WATCH: New Clips of Juliette Binoche, Kristen Stewart and Chloe Grace Moretz in Cannes Entry 'Clouds of Sils Maria'

    One competition title that has yet to screen at Cannes is Olivier Assayas' "Clouds of Sils Maria," which stars the enticing if unlikely trifecta of Juliette Binoche, Kristen Stewart and Chloe Grace Moretz. As we await first reviews from those at the festival, two new clips have arrived from the film...

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    Cannes Film Festival: The Mid-Way Report & Those Chasing The Palme d’Or

    Time for a little mid-Cannes Palme check-up. Out of a conservative eighteen films playing in competition, there’s only four left to go. In the madness of press lines, while fighting sleepless nights and ignoring growling stomachs, we have managed to see and review all fourteen films and our grades h...

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    Cannes Review: Andrew Hulme’s ‘Snow In Paradise’ A Tired And Tiresome Brit Gangster Film 

    So, alright, innit, there we was, at the Cannes facking Film Festival bruv, sea breezes blowing fru the old barnet, not a care in world mate, happy as larry, sound as a pound, when what do we go and do like a bunch of cahnts? We only go and watch “Snow in Paradise.” The first film from UK editor-tur...

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    Cannes Review: Pascal Ferran's Curious Fable Of Alienation 'Bird People' Starring Josh Charles & Radha Mitchell 

    At some point or another, every major international filmmaker gets the itch to broaden their audience, and work with big (or biggish) names for a film that, at least in part, is in the English language. The latest director to experiment away for their native tongue is Pascal Ferran, who made a splas...

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    Crosspost: Stories About Women Dominate at Cannes, Even If Female Filmmakers Are Rare

    Here's Tommy Lee Jones trying to fix what is so clearly wrong with Hollywood's gender imbalance, and here's the status quo rejecting it. Do they reject it because it wasn't that good, or do they reject it because they can't or won't care about a movie that cares about women?

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    Cannes: IFC Grabs North American Rights to 'The Salvation' Starring Mads Mikkelsen and Eva Green

    IFC films has acquired "The Salvation," a western starring Mads Mikkelsen and Eva Green, directed by Kristian Levring.

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