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Cannes Film Festival

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    Cannes Head Thierry Fremaux Explains The Programming Policy, And How Films Are Chosen For Un Certain Regard

    The Cannes Film Festival kicks off next week, and perhaps less so than in other years, there are always questions about the lineup. From the diversity (or lack of it) or why some films are playing in Competition while others aren't, it can seem somewhat mysterious how programmers for the world's mos...

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    BBC Films Unveils Lavish Film Slate Ahead of Cannes

    Before closing Cannes Directors' Fortnight with Matthew Warchus' "Pride," about gay activism in the time of Margaret Thatcher, BBC Films has unveiled its upcoming roster of star-studded films.

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    Julianne Moore is Crazy Sexy in New Trailer for David Cronenberg's Cannes Entry 'Maps to the Stars'

    Last month we showed you the first trailer for David Cronenberg's dark and offbeat "Maps to the Stars," which will premiere at Cannes next week. Now we have a new trailer for the film, which boasts an awesome cast inlcuding Robert Pattinson, Mia Wasikowska, Julianne Moore, John Cusack and Olivia Wil...

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    Watch: New NSFW Trailer For Mathieu Almaric’s Cannes Entry ‘La Chambre Bleue'

    A longtime presence on the arthouse scene (“Jimmy P.," “Venus in Fur”) with occasional ventures into the mainstream (“Quantum of Solace”), actor Mathieu Almaric managed in 2010 to take Cannes by storm, winning Best Director and a FIPRESCI prize for his film "Tournée." An accomplished if uneven work,...

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    Exclusive: Trailer for Cannes World Premiere 'Darker Than Midnight'

    Exclusive Trailer for the Cannes World Premiere "Darker Than Midnight"

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    Cannes First Looks: Mads Mikkelsen & Eva Green In ‘The Salvation’ And Viggo Mortensen In ‘Jauja’

    Competition is obviously the most prestigious place to play during the Cannes Film Festival, but the riches of the fest is such that the sidebar sections often have terrific discoveries too. Two new first looks have arrived from two films playing outside competition. The first is Lisandro Alonso’s “...

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    Andrea Arnold and Patty Jenkins Have New Female-Driven Films in the Works

    This Summer, master British filmmaker Andrea Arnold will shoot her first film set in the United States. Entitled "American Honey," the film will be introduced by Protagonist Pictures to buyers at the Cannes market this month. Meanwhile, "Monster" director Patty Jenkins has finally landed her followu...

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    Cannes First Look: Lisandro Alonso's 'Jauja,' Starring Viggo Mortensen as a Father in Peril

    Argentine filmmaker Lisandro Alonso was last seen at Cannes in 2008 with his drama about a sailor, "Liverpool." He's exploring the natural world yet again in "Jauja," the Un Certain Regard entry starring Viggo Mortensen as a father who treks with his daughter from Denmark to an uncharted desert.

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    New Pics From Ryan Gosling's Cannes Contender 'Lost River'

    Yeah, we know. It's mostly been the Robert Pattinson show as we're heading into the Cannes Film Festival, but today brings a look at another film that already has folks very excited: Ryan Gosling's "Lost River." And a batch of new images have arrived for the movie that will be landing in the Un Cert...

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    Weinsteins at Cannes: Still Resolving 'Grace of Monaco,' and a New Five-Year Partnership

    As the Weinstein Company heads to Cannes next week, things may be finally coming together for the troubled festival opener "Grace of Monaco." Following months of not-so-secret feuding over the film between Harvey Weinstein and the Grace Kelly biopic's director, Olivier Dahan, Weinstein is in final n...

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