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    Director Paolo Sorrentino Lines Up Hollywood Cast for 'Great Beauty' Follow-Up 'Youth,' Set for Cannes Market

    Rachel Weisz, Harvey Keitel and Paul Dano will join the previously-cast Michael Caine in this already-anticipated new drama from Oscar-winning "Great Beauty" director Paolo Sorrentino.

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    Watch: First Trailer For Longest Cannes Contender, Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s 'Winter Sleep', Plus 5-Minute Making-Of Video

    Turkish director Nuri Bilge Ceylan seems to be luxuriating in longer runtimes lately. Three years ago, he hit Cannes with the nearly three hour "Once Upon A Time In Anatolia," and took home a Grand Jury Prize for his efforts. This year, he's back in Competition with "Winter Sleep," easily the longes...

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    European Film Promotion Announces Producers on the Move in Cannes 2014

    Based on their outstanding careers forged on international co-productions, 24 up-and-coming players in the European film industry have been selected to take part in European Film Promotion's (EFP) networking platform Producers on the Move. Now in its 15th year, EFP spotlights emerging European produ...

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    Foreign Oscar Entry 'Horses of God,' Jonathan Demme's Thrilling Discovery from Morocco, Coming to Film Forum

    After two years without US distribution, director Nabil Ayouch's Moroccan thriller "Horses of God" will finally make its stateside debut this month at New York's Film Forum. This Cannes-award-winning film from 2012 centers on the 2003 Casablanca suicide bombings and the lives of those responsible.

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    The American Pavilion Plans Record Year for Student Programs at the Cannes Film Festival

    After more than 25 years, The American Pavilion’s student programs at the Cannes International Film Festival will have a record-breaking Festival, with more than 200 students confirmed to participate in the highly-respected program, and more international students than ever before. In addition, Dire...

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    Busy Amy Berg's Janis Joplin Doc to Be Shopped at Cannes

    Oscar-nominated filmmaker Amy Berg has a lot going on these days. Not only did her first narrative feature, "Every Secret Thing" (with a screenplay by Nicole Holofcener), just premiere at Tribeca (where it was, unfortunately, panned by critic John Anderson for Indiewire), she also has a documentary ...

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    CANNES WATCH: Mads Mikkelsen and Eva Green in First Trailer for Western Midnight Entry 'The Salvation'

    A first trailer has dropped for Western "The Salvation," screening in the Cannes Midnight section, starring the tantalizing duo of Mads Mikkelsen and Eva Green. Watch below.

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    Cannes Adds Six More Films to Lineup, None Directed by Women

    The festival has barely budged toward gender equality since its all-male competition line-up in 2012.

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