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Cannes Film Festival

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    3D Conversion Of 'The Last Emperor' Will Be Unveiled At Cannes

    The insidious parasite that is 3D has not only infiltrated movies currently in production, but has wormed its way into movies already made and released. Way back in November of 2011, it was reported that cinematographer Vittorio Storaro was overseeing a 3D conversion of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1987 ep...

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    Cannes Classics Lineup Revealed; Bertolucci in 3-D, Films by Hitchcock, Cocteau, Resnais, Wilder (CLIPS)

    Cannes Classics, the festival's sidebar that screens new restorations of canonical films, has announced its lineup of twenty features films and three documentaries.

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    Casting Watch: TV's Phoebe Fox and 'War Horse' Leading Man Jeremy Irvine Set to Star in 'The Woman in Black' Sequel

    Exclusive Media and Hammer Film Productions announced today that "War Horse" leading man Jeremy Irvine and Phoebe Fox from British TV's "Switch" have signed on to star in "The Woman in Black: Angel of Death," the sequel to the 2012 supernatural thriller starring Daniel Radcliffe.

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    Cannes Classics Lineup Announced; Highlights Include Bertolucci's 'Last Emperor 3D' and Billy Wilder's 'Fedora'

    The Cannes Film Festival today announced the 23 film screening in the tenth edition of its Cannes Classics sidebar, which screens restored films that the festival deems essential to the history of the medium. Highlights include Satyajit Ray's "Charulata: The Lonely Wife," Bernardo Bertolucci's "The ...

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    Watch: Bryan Singer and Jane Lynch Present Exclusive Trailer for Cannes Short 'Ronny & i'

    Guy Shalem's ("Lovespring," "Off Their Rockers") upcoming short film "Ronny and I," is having just about as good of a run up to release as it could have hoped for, with director Bryan Singer and Jane Lynch signed on as executive producers, a spot at the Court Metrage (Shorts Corner) at Cannes, and a...

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    First Look At James Franco's Cannes Contender 'As I Lay Dying'

    It seems a film festival can't go by without a project starring, produced, directed or breathed on by James Franco unspooling. The ever busy multitasker seems to have his fingers in a dozen different pies at any one time, but even then, many were surprised to find "As I Lay Dying" slated for Cannes ...

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    The Breakfast Club in Cannes

    The Breakfast Club at Torch Cannes is perfectly located at the Vegaluna Café on the beach directly opposite The Carlton Hotel at the very heart of La Croisette. It is open from 8am – 3pm daily during the festival for press junkets, interviews and industry meetings.

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    Cannes Adds New Films by Jim Jarmusch and Claude Lanzmann to Official Selection

    Cannes artistic director Thierry Frémaux has added several highly anticipated films to the festival's official lineup. Fest regular Jim Jarmusch's vampire love story "Only Lovers Left Alive" -- starring Tilda Swinton, Tom Hiddleston and Mia Wasikowska -- has been added to the main competition select...

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    Cannes Adds 2 More Women Directed Films to Un Certain Regard, None to Competition

    Today the Cannes Film Festival announced additions to their Competition and Un Certain Regard line ups.

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    Cannes Adds Jim Jarmusch's Tilda Swinton-Starring Vampire Tale to Competition Among Other New Titles

    Among the many surprises when the announcement of the Cannes Film Festival competition came out last week was the omission of Jim Jarmusch's Tilda Swinton-starring vampire tale "Only Lovers Left Alive" in the competition category -- a film that many pundits predicted would vie for the Palme d'Or. As...

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