Documentary on director Kim Ki-Duk looking back at his film career.
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“I looked in my email, and ‘Star Wars’ was like, ‘You might want to take that down.'”
Cannes always blends art cinema with brazenly commercial Hollywood fare like “Top Gun: Maverick.” This year’s biggest star on the red carpet is Tom Cruise.
Kimmel appeared at the New York City advertisers event via Zoom, having contracted Covid yet again.
“It was quite difficult for all of us to deal with that, also knowing you’ve got a couple more to do.”
Production designer Curt Beech tells IndieWire he was paid the ultimate compliment when Martin Short walked into his character’s apartment: “He said ‘Oh wait, I’ve been here before.’”
The epic saga of the Dutton family continues on the heels of Sam Elliott’s “1883” — and with major star power.
“I’m sure that the dictator will lose. We will win this war. Glory to Ukraine,” Zelensky said via video call at Cannes’ opening night.
Cannes: The festival opens on an ominous note with this slack and shambling “One Cut of the Dead” remake from the director of “The Artist.”
The streamer has suffered a subscriber exodus, stock dip, shareholder lawsuit, and editorial layoffs since the start of 2022.
Garland’s latest conversation piece is also his most beguiling, and audiences might not be ready for it. The director tells IndieWire why he “can’t prevent or worry too much” about anyone’s interpretations.
The streamer will not accept advertising partnerships with non family-friendly companies when launching the new streamer tier.
Julia Ducournau’s erotic psychological thriller “Titane” won the Palme d’Or, while David Cronenberg’s 1996 sex-fueled “Crash” was awarded a Special Jury prize amid controversy.