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Cannes 2018

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    Spike Lee on BlacKkKlansman and Not Taking the Bait on Kanye“This motherf*cker goes off!”
  2. Akon Is Going to Make Akoin HappenIt’s definitely got the best name of all the cryptocurrencies, we’ll give him that.
  3. Steven Yeun’s Revelation: ‘There Are No Rules.’Yeun’s most challenging role yet won him leading-man recognition. But the experience of being a Korean actor in Korea is still blowing his mind a bit.
  4. Jessica Chastain Challenged Cannes on Female Representation. Did Things Improve?Even jury president Cate Blanchett noticed.
  5. 14 Things We Can’t Stop Thinking About After This Year’s Cannes Film FestivalThe songs, murders, and lesbian love stories that have stuck with us.
  6. The Man Who Killed Don Quixote Is Terry Gilliam’s Misogynistic Fun HouseThere’s a good idea for a film somewhere in Terry Gilliam’s long-gestating product.
  7. Cate Blanchett’s Cannes Jury Awards Shoplifters, Spike LeeHere’s the full list of winners.
  8. At Cannes, Asia Argento Makes a Scalding Speech About Harvey WeinsteinShe appeared at the closing ceremony of the Cannes Film Festival, and did not hold back.
  9. Prepare to Be Blown Away by the Child Actors in the Heartbreaking CapharnaümLebanese filmmaker Nadine Labaki’s tragic childhood tale is fabulous filmmaking, but a lot to endure.
  10. Steven Yeun Makes His Leading-Man Korean Film Debut in BurningLee Chang-dong’s moody mystery is based on a Haruki Murakami short story.
  11. Whitney Houston Bombshell: New Documentary Says Dee Dee Warwick Molested HoustonIt’s an explosive new revelation from Whitney, which just premiered at Cannes.
  12. Gaspar Noé Can’t Believe Everyone Loves His New Film Climax“I’m so used to bad reviews!”
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    Thank Gotti for These Videos of John Travolta Dancing With 50 Cent at CannesTuesday night at Cannes — it’s for the boys!
  14. Under the Silver Lake Is Loopy, Paranoid, and Extremely of Its TimeAndrew Garfield stars in the oddball L.A. mystery from It Follows director David Robert Mitchell.
  15. So, Just How Violent Is Lars von Trier’s The House That Jack Built?Well, if you really want to know … we hope you ate a light lunch.
  16. Lars von Trier’s The House That Jack Built Is a Narcissistic, Ugly SlogCannes’s “persona non grata” returns to the festival with a violent, banal, navel-gazing session.
  17. ‘That Motherfucker’: Read Spike Lee’s Passionate Anti-Trump Monologue at CannesAt the press conference for his film BlacKkKlansman, Lee was left shaken after this five-minute speech.
  18. To Join the KKK for Spike Lee, Topher Grace Did the Worst Research of His Life“I was so shocked!”
  19. Climax Trailer: Gaspar Noé Made a Wild Dance-Horror MovieFrom the director of Into the Void comes this fun Cannes hit.
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    The House That Jack Built Trailer: Lars von Trier Is Back, and BloodyWord is out that the film would be hypergruesome, but who’d expect von Trier to do anything by half-measures?
  21. The Dance-Horror Film Climax Is the Best Thing Gaspar Noé Has Made in AgesIt’s like if you turned Step Up into a horror flick.
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    Cate Blanchett and Famous Women Made a Stand for Representation at Cannes“Women are not a minority in the world, yet the current state of our industry says otherwise.”
  23. Did Jean-Luc Godard Use Michael Bay’s Footage, Then Pull an ‘I Don’t Know Her’?It’s the unlikeliest question of the fest.
  24. Ash Is Purest White Is an Unrequited Love Story Set in China’s 2000sJia Zhangke’s latest portrait of recent Chinese history is a long, strange, lovelorn trip — maybe a little too long.
  25. The Secrets of Sauvage, the Most Sexually Frank Film at Cannes“Nudity had to be normal.”
  26. Cold War Is a Stunning Love StoryPawel Pawlikowski’s follow up to the Oscar-winning Ida is a passionate heartbreaker told through music and across decades.
  27. Why Ryan Coogler Loves Working With Strong Women“In a macro sense, that’s kind of what the black community is.”
  28. The Lesbian Coming-of-Age Film Banned in Kenya Premiered at CannesRafiki’s lead protagonists and their endless reserve of raw, bittersweet chemistry are the film’s greatest asset.
  29. A Roomful of Men Asked Carey Mulligan Terrible Questions at CannesGet it together, monsieurs.
  30. Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem Shine in Soapy-Yet-Substantial Everybody KnowsThe Oscar-winning Asghar Farhadi changes locales to the picturesque wine country outside Madrid for his foray into Spanish-language cinema.
  31. When Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem Work Together, They Get Equal Pay“They are the very symbol of a happy couple,” says their director at Cannes.
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    The Women on the Cannes Jury Will Make You Forget About the Met BallCate Blanchett, Ava DuVernay, Kristen Stewart, Léa Seydoux, and Burundian singer Khadja Nin joined forces to create a Voltron of glamour.
  33. The 14 Craziest Film Posters in Cannes, Featuring Sweet Pigs and Tara ReidSome of these are truly, unforgettably bizarre.
  34. The Most Anticipated Movies at This Year’s Cannes Film FestivalIncluding Under the Silver Lake, BlackKklansman, and new movies from Gaspar Noé, and Lars von Trier.
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    Cannes 2018 Lineup: Silver Lake, Spike Lee, and New GodardSolo: A Star Wars Story will screen out of competition.
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    Netflix Will Skip Cannes, But Not Without Shading the Fest First“[Netflix is] 100 percent about the art of cinema. And by the way, every other festival in the world is too,” Ted Sarandos said.
  37. Netflix Reportedly Might Not Bring Any Films to Cannes AnywayCannes barred the streaming platform’s movies from competition, but still left the door open for Netflix to screen its films during the festival.
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    Netflix Films Have Been Banned From Competing at the Cannes Film FestivalTrès horrible!
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