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Cannes Film Festival

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    Cannes Review: The Dardenne Brothers' 'Two Days, One Night' Starring Marion Cotillard

    An unfeasibly gripping social realist parable that provides a gravitational showcase for one of Marion Cotillard's finest performances (and yes, we know that's saying something), the Dardenne brothers' "Two Days, One Night" sees the two-time Palme d'Or winners put in a serious bid for a third (thoug...

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    Cannes Review: Well-Acted But Uninspired Spanish Drama 'Beautiful Youth'

    Everyone got hit hard by the economic crisis in the last few years, but Spain got hit harder than most. The fifth largest economy in the European Union, the nation went into recession harder and faster than some of its neighbors, and eventually had to be bailed out in a big way, to the tune of €100 ...

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    Cannes: Kino Lorber Acquires All U.S. Rights to Alain Resnais' 'The Life of Riley'

    Kino Lorber has acquired all U.S. rights to "The Life of Riley." the final film of legendary director Alain Resnais, who died earlier this year, shortly after completing the film.

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    Ryan Gosling's Directorial Debut, "Lost River," Is a "Film Maudit Crapocalypse"

    The line to get into Gosling's first feature was insane even by Cannes' standards, but most critics came out of the movie regretting the wait.

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    "Two Days, One Night" Puts Marion Cotillard in the Lead for Cannes' Acting Honors

    And some critics say Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardennes' taut drama could win them an unprecedented third Palme d'Or.

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    Cannes Review: Naomi Kawase’s 'Still The Water' Is A Spectacle For The Senses

    Naomi Kawase’s “Still The Water” was greeted with something of a muted response when Thierry Fremaux announced it among the eighteen competing films for the Palme d’Or. Ardent arthouse fans will mostly recognize Kawase, and to those who are loyal followers of the Cannes Film Festival her inclusion i...

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    ISA of the Day Exclusive: Carnaby Films, From the Sand to the Stars on the Croisette

    The fiery business maverick Andrew Loveday of Carnaby Films has a big message for the dinosaurs of the global film industry; be afraid. Be very afraid! Andrew is here to create big change in the global film industry, and the time is right for his intentions. Banking partners have just committed 75 m...

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