When a couple of American young adults fly to Israel to visit the city of Jerusalem, a biblical nightmare falls upon the city
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The fascinatingly grotesque new film “De Humani Corporis Fabrica” from the directors of “Leviathan” is set to premiere at Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight.
Exclusive: The director takes a semi-autobiographical look at her time studying theater at the prestigious Les Amandiers in Paris.
“What kind of confidence does it take for Cronenberg to say, ‘Yeah, I want to be in the 10th installment of the ‘Friday the 13th’ franchise’?” screenwriter Todd Farmer said.
Cannes: “4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days” director Cristian Mungiu stretches his signature brand of moral thrillers across an entire village.
The Oscar nominee made his first foray into animation directing on a recent episode of “Love Death + Robots.”
Cameron’s opinions on special effects carry a lot of weight in Hollywood.
Vincent Lindon’s filmmaker-heavy jury could go a lot of different directions, but these educated guesses are a good place to start.
The actor has been collaborating with Sam Raimi since “The Evil Dead” came out in 1981.
Cannes exclusive: Exarchopoulos plays the mother of a girl with a most unusual gift of capturing and bottling other people’s scents.
Cannes: Emmanuelle Nicot’s unsettling but effective character study shows a young girl unlearning her father’s lessons about being a woman.
Cannes: “Force Majeure” director Ruben Östlund returns with a frustratingly obtuse comedy about Marxism, superyachts, and the value of beauty.
“The whole room was spinning; it was like I was in a womb,” the director said. “I was so happy.”