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The 2016 Indiewire Cannes Bible: Every Review, Interview and News Item Posted During the Festival

The 2016 Indiewire Cannes Bible: Every Review, Interview and News Item Posted During the Festival


Cannes Review: Mel Gibson is Officially a B-Movie Star With ‘Blood Father’

Cannes Review: Chris Pine and Ben Foster Are Unstoppable Bank Robbers in David Mackenzie’s ‘Hell or High Water’

Cannes Review: ‘Fiore’ Is an Arresting Coming-of-Age Story Set in Juvenile Detention

Cannes Review: Paul Verhoeven’s ‘Elle’ is a Lighthearted Rape-Revenge Story

Cannes Review: Laura Poitras’ Julian Assange Doc ‘Risk’ is a Prequel to ‘Citizenfour’

Cannes Review: Sean Penn’s ‘The Last Face’ is His Worst Movie

Cannes Review: ‘The Neon Demon’ is a Twisted Ride of Sex, Blood, and Necrophilia

Cannes Review: ‘Wrong Elements’ Is ‘The Act of Killing’ for the Ugandan Civil War

Cannes Review: Studio Ghibli-Produced ‘The Red Turtle’ is a Quiet Little Masterpiece

Cannes Review: ‘Julieta’ is Pedro Almodovar’s Most Conventional Movie

Cannes Review: Vincent Cassel Steals the Show in Xavier Dolan’s ‘It’s Only the End of the World’

Cannes Review: Sonia Braga Gives a Brilliant Performance in ‘Aquarius’

Cannes Review: ‘The Unknown Girl’ is Dardenne Brothers Doing a Detective Movie

Cannes Review: ‘Dogs’ Is a Hollow Romanian Riff on ‘No Country for Old Men’

Cannes Review: Bill Paxton is Terrifying in Terrence Malick-Inspired ‘Mean Dreams’

Cannes Review: Kristen Stewart and Olivier Assayas Deserve Better Than Boos for ‘Personal Shopper’

Cannes Review: ‘American Honey’ Proves Andrea Arnold is One of the Best Working Filmmakers and Finds a Breakout Star in Sasha Lane

Cannes Review: Wise Doc ‘The Cinema Travelers’ Finds the Future of Film in the Remote Corners of India

Cannes Review: Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga Turn Jeff Nichols’ ‘Loving’ Into a Welcome Challenge to Hollywood Melodrama

Cannes Review: Adam Driver Stars in Jim Jarmusch’s ‘Paterson,’ His Most Intimate Film

Cannes Review: ‘The Handmaiden’ is a Sexy and Depraved Lesbian Revenge Story from Park Chan-wook

Review: Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe Are Funnier Than Ever in ‘The Nice Guys’

Cannes Review: ‘One Week and a Day’ Is a Moving Israeli Dramedy About Grief and Getting High

Cannes Review: ‘Tour de France’ Is A Half-Hearted ‘Gran Torino’ Remake Starring Gérard Depardieu As Clint Eastwood

Cannes Review: ‘Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds’ Is a Touching Mother-Daughter Documentary

Cannes Review: ‘The BFG’ is Spielberg By the Numbers

Cannes Review: ‘Toni Erdmann’ Has the Funniest Nude Scene of All Time — But It’s Not a Comedy

Cannes Review: Gael Garcia Bernal is a Lost Soul in Pablo Larrain’s Absorbing ‘Neruda’

Cannes Review: Why ‘I, Daniel Blake’ is Ken Loach’s Best Movie in Years

Cannes Review: Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg Freshen Up a Familiar Woody Allen Formula in ‘Cafe Society’

Cannes Review: This Three-Hour Romanian Drama is a Tough Sit, But That’s Not Always a Bad Thing

Review: Jodie Foster’s ‘Money Monster’ Wants to Be ‘Network’ for the Occupy Wall Street Age

Cannes Review: Wacky Gay Sex and a Fear of Wolves Aren’t the Craziest Things About ‘Staying Vertical’

Cannes Review: Bruno Dumont’s ‘Slack Bay’ is a Middle Finger to French Society


Meet the Woman Director Who’s Taking Cannes 2016 By the Storm (Springboard)

Xavier Dolan Is Going To Focus On Acting, Even If It Slows Down His Directing Efforts

Cannes 2016: City-Dwelling Vampires Meet Neo-Realism in ‘The Transfiguration’

Cannes 2016: What Cameras Were Used to Shoot This Year’s Films

Cannes 2016: Terry Gilliam on ‘Continual Failure’ and ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’

Nicolas Cage and Paul Schrader’s ‘Dog Eat Dog’ Is ‘Our Redemption’ After Being Screwed By Producers

‘The Neon Demon’: Nicolas Winding Refn Reveals Why His Vampire Model Movie Is Autobiographical

Jim Jarmusch DP Frederick Elmes on Capturing the Soulful Essence of ‘Paterson’

Viggo Mortensen Doesn’t Need to Make Big Movies Anymore

Cannes 2016 Video: With ‘Money Monster,’ Director Jodie Foster Takes Control

Shane Black Q&A: How Ryan Gosling Helped ‘The Nice Guys’ Get Made After 13 Years

Why 87-Year-Old Alejandro Jodorowsky is at the Peak of His Career

Cannes 2016: Meet Jason Ishikawa, The New Head of Cinetic’s International Sales Division

Cannes 2016: Meet Camille Bertrand, Manager Of Acquisitions At Bleecker Street

Cannes 2016: Meet Ben Braun, Director of Sales and Distribution at Submarine

Cannes 2016: Meet Ania Trzebiatowska, Manager of Acquisitions At Visit Films

Cannes 2016: Meet Dan Schoenbrun, Documentary Film Outreach Lead At Kickstarter

Cannes 2016: Meet Mikey Schwartz-Wright, Agent At UTA

Why Cannes Programmers Are Stubborn About The Future Of Cinema — And Potentially Right


How the Cannes Film Festival Made Movies Exciting Again — Critic’s Notebook

Cannes 2016 Palme d’Or Candidates: Here’s a Look at the Likely Winners

Live at Cannes 2016: The Best and Worst of This Year’s Festival (Podcast)

Here’s Where You Can Watch Every Palme d’Or Winner

Cannes: Why STX Spent $50 Million on a Scorsese Movie That Doesn’t Exist

Cannes: Why These New Rules Could Put European Independent Film in Crisis

Why ‘Loving’ is Leading the Oscar Buzz at Cannes

DreamWorks Animation’s ‘Trolls’ May Be Jeffrey Katzenberg’s Last Cannes

The 20 Best Palme d’Or Winners at the Cannes Film Festival

The Woody Allen Rape Joke Wasn’t the Only Event on the First Day of Cannes — Critic’s Notebook

Cannes 2016: French Producers Plot World Domination

Cannes 2016: How The Festival Uses Bad Math to Justify The Lack of Female Filmmakers (Girl Talk)

Cannes 2016: Here’s 11 Movies By Female Filmmakers That Should Have Been at the Festival

How the Cannes Film Festival is Making Us Think About the Film Industry (Podcast)


‘I, Daniel Blake’ Reviews: Ken Loach’s Surprise Palme d’Or Winner Receives Mixed Reactions from Cannes

‘Elle’ Review Roundup: Paul Verhoeven’s Controversial Return Draws Universal Acclaim For Isabelle Huppert

‘The Last Face’: Sean Penn’s Passion Project Ripped To Shreds On Twitter After Cannes Debut

Cannes: Paul Schrader’s ‘Dog Eat Dog’ Deserves a Buyer

Nicolas Winding Refn Says Lars Von Trier Tried To Sleep With His Wife — Cannes 2016

‘The Neon Demon’ First Reviews: Five-Star Raves and Qualified Praise from Cannes

‘The Neon Demon’ First Reactions: Walkouts, Yelling at the Screen and a Five-Star Review in Cannes

Cannes: Sony Pictures Classics Jumps On Oscar Candidates at the Festival

Kristen Stewart’s ‘Personal Shopper’ Receives Standing Ovation At Cannes Premiere After Getting Booed

‘It’s Only the End of the World’ Reviews: Xavier Dolan’s Latest Is a ‘Total Misfire’

Cannes: ‘Aquarius’ Director Kleber Mendonça Filho Protests Brazilian ‘Coup’ Before World Premiere

Cannes Critics’ Week: Enter to Win Online Festival Pass to Screen Short Films

Jim Jarmusch: Why I’ve Never Seen A ‘Star Wars’ Film

Cannes 2016: Mary Pickford Biopic ‘The First’ Looking To Cast Hollywood Royalty – Exclusive

Susan Sarandon Slams Woody Allen at Cannes: ‘He Sexually Assaulted a Child’

Sean Penn Bashes the ‘Ubiquitous Fraud’ He Encountered in Hollywood Trying to Make ‘The Last Face’

Blake Lively Says Woody Allen Is ‘Empowering To Women’ In New Interview

Natalie Portman’s Kennedy Biopic ‘Jackie’ Swarmed By Cannes Buyers – Exclusive

David Cronenberg: Why He’s Considering Retiring From Filmmaking

Blake Lively Offended By Woody Allen Rape Joke At Cannes, Criticizes Festival For Raunchy Humor

French Comic Laurent Lafitte Says His Woody Allen Rape Joke at Cannes Was Misinterpreted

Cannes: Paris Hilton Documentary to be Produced by XYZ Films and 9.14 Pictures

Cannes 2016: Jury Reacts to Woody Allen Attack on Competition

Cannes 2016 Market Roundup: Marion Cotillard, Idris Elba and More Set New Projects

Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon’s ‘The Trip To Spain’ To Be Sold At Cannes

Cannes: French Comedian Makes Woody Allen Rape Joke During Opening Ceremony


Sean Penn Deflects Criticism of ‘The Last Face,’ Says He Stands Behind the Film

Cannes: ‘Elle’ Director Paul Verhoeven and Isabelle Huppert Defend Controversial Rape Thriller

Nicolas Winding Refn on Elle Fanning and His ‘Perverse Dream of Being a 16-Year-Old Girl’

Cannes: With ‘Risk,’ Laura Poitras Ignites Demand For Julian Assange’s Release

Cannes: Xavier Dolan Calls ‘It’s Only the End of the World’ His Best Film

Terry Gilliam on ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’: The Movie’s Curse Is Bullsh*t

Cannes: Jim Jarmusch on Adam Driver, ‘Paterson,’ and the Movies He Refuses to Watch

Cannes: Pedro Almodóvar on His 20th Film, ‘Julieta,’ and Why He’ll Never Leave the ‘Universe of Women’

Kristen Stewart and Olivier Assayas on ‘Personal Shopper,’ Getting Booed and Believing in Ghosts

Cannes: Joel Edgerton and Jeff Nichols on How ‘Loving’ Addresses ‘Under the Surface Racism’

Cannes: Ryan Gosling Says Russell Crowe Phoned It In on ‘The Nice Guys’

Cannes: Andrea Arnold on the ‘Difficult Times’ Making ‘American Honey’ on the Road in the U.S.

Cannes: Shia LaBeouf on Dancing to Rihanna and Being Part of ‘The Underclass’ in ‘American Honey’

Cannes: Steven Spielberg on Changing the World With Movies and Why ‘The BFG’ Was a Dream Come True

‘Café Society’: 8 Things Woody Allen and Kristen Stewart Revealed About the Film at Cannes

Cannes Opener ‘Cafe Society’: Vittorio Storaro Emerges the Star of Woody Allen’s Hollywood Valentine

Jodie Foster Thinks Male Directors Have A Problem, And 5 Other Takeaways From Her Cannes Talk

Cannes: George Clooney on Why Trump Won’t Be President and the Problem with the Media Today

Woody Allen Reacts To Cannes Rape Joke & Likens Ronan Farrow’s Abuse Essay To A Bad Review

Cannes: ‘Slack Bay’ Director Bruno Dumont Says European Films Are ‘Very Bad’


Cannes Film Festival Opening Night: Watch The Live Stream of the Red Carpet

Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick Sing Cyndi Lauper’s ‘True Colors’ at Cannes Film Festival

Steven Spielberg’s ‘The BFG’ at Cannes: Our Report From the Big Premiere


Cannes: Woody Allen’s’ ‘Café Society,’ Starring Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg, to Open Festival

2016 Cannes Film Festival Announces Lineup, Including New Films From Steven Spielberg, Jodie Foster and Many More

2016 Cannes Film Festival Unveils Directors’ Fortnight Picks, Including New Films From Paul Schrader and Laura Poitras

2016 Cannes Film Festival Announces Critics’ Week Lineup, Including New Films From Chloe Sevigny and Justine Triet

Cannes Jury Revealed: Kirsten Dunst, Donald Sutherland and More Head to the Croisette


Kristen Stewart Will Hit It Big, Jim Jarmusch Will Triumph & Five More 2016 Cannes Film Festival Predictions

Cannes 2016: How The Festival Can Love Amazon – But Not Believe In Catering To TV Or Trends

Cannes: 11 Potential Breakthrough Actors and Filmmakers to Check Out at This Year’s Festival

2016 Cannes Film Festival: What You Need To Know About These 6 Buzzy New Titles

2016 Cannes Film Festival: What You Need To Know About These 6 Directors’ Fortnight Titles

2016 Cannes Film Festival: What You Need To Know About These 6 Un Certain Regard Titles

2016 Cannes Film Festival: What You Need To Know About These Other 10 Competition Titles

2016 Cannes Film Festival: What You Need To Know About These 10 Competition Titles

It’s an Amazon World at Cannes, With Five Selection Titles

This Year’s Cannes Directors Skew Overwhelmingly White and Male

The Missing Link Between ‘Captain America’ and the Cannes Film Festival (Podcast)

5 Ways the Cannes Market Will Impact Indie Film

9 Shockers From the 2016 Cannes Film Festival Lineup: Snubs & Surprises

Why Would a Distributor Buy a Movie Without Seeing It?

‘Toni Erdmann’ Exclusive Trailer: A Father Pulls A Series of Pranks To Reconnect With His Adult Daughter

‘A Yellow Bird’ Exclusive Trailer: A Singaporean-Indian Ex-Con Struggles To Locate His Family Upon Returning Home

Watch: ‘The Student’ Struggles With Faith And Desire In First Footage From Cannes Debut

Pedro Almodovar’s ‘Julieta’: Watch Two New Clips From The Cannes-Bound Feminist Feature

First Look: Chris Pine and Jeff Bridges Face Off in New Images From Cannes Contender ‘Hell or High Water’

‘One Week And A Day’ Poster: Israel’s Official Cannes Entry Gets Graphic

‘Tank 432’ Trailer & Poster: The Ben Wheatley-Produced War-Horror Hybrid Brings New Terrors To Combat

Watch: Brillante Mendoza Returns to Form With First Heart-Pounding Trailer for Cannes Pick ‘Ma’ Rosa’

‘Café Society’ Trailer: First Look at Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg in Woody Allen’s Hollywood Comedy

Woody Allen’s ‘Cafe Society’ Gets A Fresh Look With 9 New Images

‘The Nice Guys’ Retro Trailer: Ryan Gosling & Russell Crowe Bumble Their Way Through ’70s L.A. — Watch

Get Ready To Rock With An Exclusive Poster From Jim Jarmusch’s Cannes Doc ‘Gimme Danger’

‘Neruda’ Trailer: Watch Gael Garcia Bernal Search For Poet Pablo Neruda In New Cannes Drama

‘Hell or High Water’ Trailer: Chris Pine and Jeff Bridges Are Rebels Without A Cause in Action Drama

‘Personal Shopper’ Poster & Clip: First Look at Kristen Stewart’s Spiritualist in Olivier Assayas’ Cannes Drama

‘Pericle’ Exclusive Clip: A First Look at Mob Enforcer Crime Drama Ahead of Its Cannes Premiere

Xavier Dolan’s ‘It’s Only the End of the World’: New Stills From The Heartbreaking Family Drama

‘Mimosas’ Exclusive Poster & Trailer: First Look at Oliver Laxe’s Tale of Two Worlds

Paul Schrader’s ‘Dog Eat Dog’ Clips & Photos: Nicolas Cage Stars in Dour Crime Thriller

‘American Honey’: Watch First Clip From Andrea Arnold’s Gritty & Surreal Cannes Darling

‘Loving’ Poster: Jeff Nichols’ Interracial Romance Showcases Joel Edgerton & Ruth Negga’s Devotion

‘Fiore’ Exclusive Clip: Petty Theft Leads To A Juvenile Detention Love Story

‘Personal Shopper’ Trailer: Kristen Stewart Is Haunted In Booed Cannes Film

‘The Unknown Girl’ First Clips: Adèle Haenel Grapples with Guilt in Dardenne Brothers’ Cannes Drama

‘The Neon Demon’ Poster Shows The Vicious Side of Beauty


Film Acquisition Rundown, Week of April 11: Lionsgate to Release ‘Cafe Society,’ Sundance Selects Buys Before Cannes

Cannes 2016 Film Acquisition Roundup: Every Deal Coming Out Of The Film Festival

Cannes Buy: The Orchard Acquires ‘Neruda,’ Starring Gael García Bernal and Luis Gnecco

Martin Scorsese & Robert De Niro’s Mob Drama ‘The Irishman’ Sells for $50 Million at Cannes — Report

Quentin Tarantino Documentary ’21 Years’ Will Go Behind the Scenes, Gets the Weinstein Treatment


Cannes 2016: Complete List of This Year’s Winners

Un Certain Regard Winners: ‘The Red Turtle’ & ‘The Happiest Day’ Honored At Cannes

Cannes 2016: Watch the Palme d’Or Awards Ceremony Live

Cannes Awards Wrap: How George Miller’s Jury Picked the Winners — And Losers

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