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    Female Filmmakers Win 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Prize at Cannes Student Competition

    First-placer Annie Silverstein's debut feature now has a guaranteed slot at Cannes.

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    Cannes: Winners Announced in the 17th Cinéfondation Selection of Student Films

    The Cinéfondation and Short Films Jury headed by Abbas Kiarostami and including Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, Noémie Lvovsky, Daniela Thomas and Joachim Trier, has awarded the 2014 Cinéfondation Prizes at the Cannes Film Festival.

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    Cannes: Critics Divided on Zhang Yimou's Latest 'Coming Home' -- Timeless or Plodding?

    At 64 years old, Chinese auteur Zhang Yimou is back at Cannes with out-of-competition title "Coming Home," starring his iconic muse Gong Li, and following an unhappy homecoming that acts as metaphor for the country's coming-to-terms with the cultural revolution. Some critics are digging it while oth...

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    Crosspost: GendRE & IMDb: An Open-Data Analysis of the Film Industry Gender Gap

    Hollywood inequality in irrefutable chart form.

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    Watch: Exclusive Trailer for Cannes Comedy 'Love At First Fight'

    Thomas Cailley's "Love at First Fight" ("Les Combattants") screened at this year's Cannes Film Festival as a part of the Director's Fortnight segment and is up for the Camera D'Or.

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    Cannes: Young Filmmakers Make Bold Moves in the Cinefondation Competition, Silverstein's 'Skunk' Wins First Place

    Some of the easier seats to find at Cannes are in the Cinéfondation, which is a shame not only for the young filmmakers who need and deserve as wide an audience as possible, but also because some of the liveliest, most interesting and entertaining filmmaking of the festival can be found here. Really...

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    Cannes Review: Jean-Luc Godard's Playful, Sly, Frustrating 'Goodbye To Language' (In 3D!)

    You can't teach old dog new tricks, they say. Some filmmakers become so set in their ways that others, like Quentin Tarantino or Steven Soderbergh, vow to hang up their viewfinders before they ever reach that point. But over 50 years after his feature-length debut "Breathless" turned the form on its...

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    Watch: Jealousy & Desire Collide In First Trailer For 'Clouds Of Sils Maria' Starring Kristen Stewart & Juliette Binoche

    The Cannes Film Festival is drawing to a close, but things are just heating up. The Palme d'Or is still very much up for grabs, and one major film yet to screen in Competition is Olivier Assayas' "Clouds Of Sils Maria." And after handfuls of clips and images, the first trailer has arrived and it's p...

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    Watch: Counting Crows Powered First Clip From 'Mommy' Plus Xavier Dolan's Statement On Shooting In 1:1 Aspect Ratio

    With his fifth film, twenty-five year old director Xavier Dolan finally played in Competition at Cannes with "Mommy," and he made the most of the opportunity. Yesterday, raves started coming in from all corners for the movie, with our own Jessica Kiang declaring the picture to be "vibrant, intoxicat...

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    Cannes Review: 'Footloose' In Ireland? With 'Jimmy's Hall,' Ken Loach Matches History With Entertainment

    The 77-year-old Ken Loach explores the story of a man who brought jazz and culture to provincial Ireland in this entertaining Cannes premiere.

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