Displaying all articles tagged:

Cannes Film Festival

  1. movie review
    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.
  2. movie review
    Prepare to Be Blown Away by the Child Actors in the Heartbreaking CapernaumLebanese filmmaker Nadine Labaki’s tragic childhood tale is fabulous filmmaking, but a lot to endure.
  3. Watch the Wild Exclusive Trailer for the Killer Cannes Film Knife + HeartVanessa Paradis stars in a slasher film set in the world of gay porn, with an M83 soundtrack.
  4. Whitney Houston Bombshell: New Documentary Says Dee Dee Warwick Molested HoustonIt’s an explosive new revelation from Whitney, which just premiered at Cannes.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. the french
    Netflix Films Have Been Banned From Competing at the Cannes Film FestivalTrès horrible!
  9. the house that jack built
    Lars von Trier Wants to Premiere His Next Feature at Cannes 6 Years After BanHe’s making a new movie inspired by Donald Trump.
  10. cannes 2016
    Cannes 2016: The 15 Most Anticipated FilmsSteven Spielberg! Cannibal supermodels! Shia LaBeouf!
  11. the urbanist
    A Festivalgoer’s Guide to the Real CannesEverything to know about the city: what Cannois are talking about (rats, Russians),  where to spot stars, and the best place for a 3 a.m. blowout.
  12. movies
    How Beasts Became a Film-Fest PhenomenonStanding ovations happen every year at the Cannes Film Festival, but rarely are they as long and as loud as this one.
  13. on the road
    Watch a Clip of Kristen Stewart in On the RoadLegs for days on that one!
  14. cannes film festival 2012
    2012 Cannes Competition Lineup AnnouncedAnd more movies you’ve been looking forward to.
  15. slideshow
    Twelve Films to Get Excited About at This Year’s Cannes Film FestivalStarring Ryan Gosling, Kirsten Dunst, and Tilda Swinton.
  16. clickables
    See the Classy Poster for This Year’s Cannes Film FestivalStarring Faye Dunaway.
  17. kudos
    Robert De Niro Will Head This Year’s Cannes JurySays De Niro of the position: It’s “a rare opportunity.”
  18. cannes 2010
    A Look at the Cannes WinnersThis year’s Cannes Film Festival was relatively small-scale and restrained.
  19. cannes 2010
    Cannes Slideshow: Jagger, Depp, and MoreSee the stars on the red carpet (and Giorgio Armani’s yacht) in today’s slideshow.
  20. cannes 2010
    Cannes Report: Iñárritu Talks Up Bardem for Oscar’s First Spanish-Language Best ActorThe actor gives an extraordinary performance in ‘Biutiful.’
  21. cannes 2010
    Ten Lessons From the Cannes Film FestivalHow the louche movie scene parties.
  22. cannes 2010
    Cannes Weekend Red Carpet PhotosMore photos from the red carpet and party scene at Cannes.
  23. cannes 2010
    Cannes Day 3 Photos: Wall Street 2 Red CarpetMore red-carpet photos from Cannes.
  24. cannes 2010
    Wall Street: A Merry Attack on the Banking IndustryWe’ve seen the movie, and it’s a doozy.
  25. cannes 2010
    Cannes Reviews: Robin Hood, 2 Great Foreign FilmsDavid Edelstein and Logan Hill weigh in.
  26. cannes 2010
    Kate Beckinsale Learns the Life of a Cannes JurorAlso: She recalls her first time at Cannes, when she “wore steel-toe-capped Dr. Martens on the red carpet.”
  27. vulture lists
    16 Films Everyone Will Be Talking About at CannesGet in the know!
  28. cannes 2010
    Russell Crowe: Tea-Bagger, No, Press-Basher, Yes.Even though Robin Hood’s no-taxation stance is similar to that of a certain emerging political party, Crowe would like you to know that his Hood is no tea-bagger.
  29. miramax
    Weinsteins’ Miramax Deal to Be Announced at Cannes?According to Deadline’s Nikki Finke and Mike Fleming, the Weinstein brothers’ Ron Burkle–backed deal to retake the Miramax name and library back from Disney is complete.
  30. cannes
    Cannes Lineup Unveiled: Biutiful, Fair Game, and No Tree of LifeSee the lineup!
  31. cannes
    Robin Hood to Open CannesRidley Scott’s Russel Crowe–starring ‘Robin Hood’ will have the prestigious-ish honor of serving as opening-night curtain raiser.
  32. chat room
    Asia Argento and Michele Civetta on Cannes Controversy and Porn-y New WorkWe called up the couple to find out what Argento would divulge about her Cannes jury experience.
  33. best of the fest
    Cannes Jury Does Not Approve of the Crushing of GenitalsMaybe next time!
  34. cannes
    Cannes: The Awards OutlookThe main picks — and the contenders.
  35. cannes
    Inglourious Basterds: Boring?“He should perhaps go back to making cheerfully inventive outrageous films like ‘Kill Bill.’ Because Kill Adolf hasn’t worked out.”
  36. antichrist
    Antichrist Coming to a Theater Near YouIFC Films has bravely paid money for the American distribution, and they promise the version screened here will be the same one seen at Cannes on Sunday.
  37. cannes
    Cannes: Lars von Trier Vigorously Defends Antichrist’s Genital Mutilation“It’s the hand of God. And I am the best film director in the world. I’m not sure if God is the best God in the world.”
  38. cannes
    So What Happens to Willem Dafoe’s Genitals in Lars Von Trier’s Antichrist, Anyway?Warning: Read this post only if you want to cross your legs for the rest of the day.
  39. cannes
    Cannes: Visiting With Vincent Gallo and Francis Ford CoppolaCoppola: “It’s fun to go to the barber with Vincent.”
  40. cannes
    Cannes 2009: Your Questions AnsweredWho’s getting booed (first)? Who’s poised for a comeback?
  41. best of the fest
    2009 Cannes Film Festival Lineup Is Heavy on AuteursNew films from Ang Lee, Jane Campion, Michael Haneke, and others will be debuting here. Also, Quentin Tarantino!
  42. the industry
    Michael C. Hall, Rainn Wilson, and Sarah Silverman Are a FamilyPlus: Tristan Wilds is killing people again!
  43. the early-evening news
    Oprah Now 7 Percent Less OmnipotentPlus: Rooster McConaughey finally gets his own reality show, and Quentin Tarantino announces plans to make the fastest movie ever.
  44. the industry
    Punch-out! Mike Tyson Documentary Coming to TheatersPlus: Bow Wow joins ‘Entourage,’ Sam Neill joins ‘Crusoe,’ and Blake Lively’s brother joins the ‘24’ prequel.
  45. countdown
    Is ‘Che’ This Year’s ‘Southland Tales’?Last night’s Cannes premiere of Steven Soderbergh’s four-hour biopic of Che Guevara seems to have been something of a fiasco.
  46. ranters and ravers
    Letters From Cannes: A.O. Scott Having Fun, Manohla Dargis Not So MuchDargis doesn’t like Clint Eastwood’s movie, doesn’t see James Gray’s, and God knows what she would think of the Macauley Culkin sex movie.
  47. quote machine
    Sam Waterston Can Barely Keep a Straight Face This TimePlus: Tarsem is totally keeping it simple for his next movie.
  48. you saw it here first
    Exclusive Clip: Christopher Zalla’s ‘Sangre de Mi Sangre’In Chris Zalla’s award-winning debut, Sangre de Mi Sangre, Pedro, a Mexican immigrant, travels to New York to meet his long-lost, reputedly successful father for the first time.
  49. chat room
    ‘Sangre de Mi Sangre’ Director Christopher Zalla on Making New York Scary“When we were shooting in these conditions on this low budget, we would never have thought people would say this is too slick.”
  50. the take
    New Netflix Set-Top Device Makes Us Wish for MonopoliesAnother remote control? Kill us now.
Load More