It's been almost 20 years since "Fahrenheit 9/11" won the Palme d'Or. Most Cannes nonfiction selections don't get that opportunity.
The Endless Cycle
Early in the final season, Jesse Armstrong shocked the world by upending "Succession's" proven dynamic. Not only did it work, but it lends the series a significance that will last long after its ending.
Among the chaos, promising signs for the industry.
As everyone converges on the guy who the show is named after, the finale should show the limits of what they can forgive.
Et tu, Nate?
Season 3's messiness disservices not one but two major foils that ultimately amount to nothing.
Kohn's Corner
IndieWire speaks with French cultural minister Rima Abdul-Malak for insight into why this role matters.
Blonde Ambition
Two recent Netflix docs attempt to re-evaluate the way women who embraced their sex appeal were (and are) treated by the media.
Hollywood insiders see a future for Depp — if he looks healthy, shows up on time, and can remember his lines.
The prolific showrunner says she reached the top of the TV world by listening to her own instincts.
Exclusive: Bucking the trend as usual, the specialty buyer heads to Cannes with renewed momentum, and promotes Dori Begley to co-CEO.
Pretty Pictures
There’s prestige as far as the eye can see with Todd Haynes, Natalie Portman, Jude Law, Cate Blanchett, Andrew Garfield, and many more. As for the buyers? That remains to be seen.
Even if WGA members Wes Anderson and Martin Scorsese promote their movies at Cannes, they'll have to confront existential questions back home.
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