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Cannes Film Festival

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    Cannes: Comparing And Exploring The Changes Between 'Eleanor Rigby: Them' And 'Eleanor Rigby: Him & Her'

    As you know by now, the origin story of this film is unlikely to be repeated. At TIFF last year, Ned Benson premiered his conceptual feature film debut as a three-hour emotional journey of a break-up split in two parts: ‘Him’ and ‘Her’ (read our review here). Harvey Weinstein acquired the rights, an...

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    "Foxcatcher" Starts the Oscar Race at Cannes, Like It or Not

    Virtually unrecognizable behind a fake nose and altered voice, Steve Carell wowed critics who got a first look at Bennet Miller's long-awaited movie.

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    Cannes Review: Lisandro Alonso’s Beautiful But Belabored ‘Jauja’ Starring Viggo Mortensen

    A strikingly shot odyssey story that makes extensive use of the dramatic, varied landscapes of rural South America and moves at a pace that would see it quickly outflanked by the average glacier, “Jauja” may involve the talents of the biggest star he’s ever worked with in Viggo Mortensen, but it’s r...

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    Cannes News & Notes

    "No mas, no mas!", you cry. Are you inundated with sites sending you 14 different Cannes stories every day since the fest started? Never fear, Box Office Insider has your easy-to-digest recap of the first half of the festival, so grab a croissant and let's talk about Le Croisette

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    Dominique Strauss-Kahn Plans to Sue Over Similarities to Abel Ferrara's 'Welcome to New York'

    The former chief of the International Monetary Fund, Dominique Strauss-Kahn has instructed his lawyers to file a defamation suit after "Welcome to New York" by Abel Ferrara was released on-demand in France on Saturday. It stars Gerard Depardieu as a Strauss-Kahn lookalike who assaults a hotel maid.

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    Cannes Dispatch: Women Directors Panel Reveal It's a Man's World, Suggest Gender Quota

    The cold facts delivered by the EAO panel challenged anyone under the impression that things were getting better for women filmmakers.

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    Watch: Exclusive Trailer for Nadav Lapid's Stormy Poetic Drama 'The Kindergarten Teacher'

    The last time we saw Nadav Lapid on the festival circuit was with Israeli drama "Policeman" in 2011, which he workshopped at Cannes Atelier. Now his French feature "The Kindergarten Teacher" has come to Cannes 2014, and the trailer alone brims over with rainstorms, melancholy, and risk.

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    "It Follows" Leads Cannes' New Discoveries

    A microbudget horror movie about a sexually transmitted curse has drowned out the buzz of some of Cannes' hottest titles.

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    Cannes Review: Alice Rohrwacher's 'The Wonders' A Familiar But Deeply Felt Coming-Of-Age Tale

    Recent years have seen the Cannes Film Festival take an increasing amount of heat for its paucity of female directors, and rightly so—the last couple of years saw either zero or one woman with a film in the Official Competition, with directors like Sofia Coppola and Claire Denis reduced to the sideb...

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