Cannes 2012: Sundance Selects Acquires 'Like Someone in Love' 51 weeks ago
Sundance Selects has acquired U.S. rights to "Like Someone in Love," written and directed by former Palme d'Or winner Abbas...
By Todd Cunningham
Wrap editor Sharon Waxman and columnist Steve Pond discuss the buzz at the august film festival
“It’s the autobiography of something that didn’t happen,” the director with one of Hollywood's most specific visual idioms tells TheWrap in an interview
“I love pushing, I love scaring myself," Kristen Stewart says about her role in Walter Salles' new movie, "On the Road"
Paul Thomas Anderson recently screened the film, loosely based on the life of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, for the group's most famous follower: Tom Cruise
Sony Pictures Classics acquired North American rights to “No,” a drama about Chilean dictator Pinochet starring Gael Garcia Bernal
James McAvoy will play opposite Jessica Chastain in the two-film his-and her projects "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby"
Alain Resnais' ‘You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet‘ offers the notion that film and theater are one and the same
"The Sapphires" is a feel-good foot-tapper that deals with anti-aboriginal racism and the Vietnam War
Sean Penn's Cannes benefit for Haiti raises $2 million
Steve Shainberg has nailed cast and funding for his latest sexy dramedy, “The Big Shoe,” which will star Jim Sturgess and Susan Sarandon
Megan Ellison and Michael Benaroya join a new blend of filmmakers, stars and high net worth producers gathering to celebrate
For those who’ve been waiting for Tom Hardy to become a movie star, this may be his year
If you didn’t like Roman Polanski before, you’re not going to like him any better after seeing him tell his life story in “Roman Polanski: A Film Memoir”
Review: “Rust and Bone,” with Marion Cotillard, burrows deeply for those who've loved and lost, for the dreams we had we could never fulfill
Eli Roth, the “Hostel” horror maestro, has obtained financing for his latest thriller, “The Green Inferno,” from independent production company Worldview
On opening day of Cannes, an intimate look at the revolution via a relationship between a woman and a man from the upper and lower class of Egypt
Cassian Elwes is grilled on the state of film financing, the William Morris-Endeavor merger, on how he lost – and re-found – his passion for making movies
Brazilian filmmaker Carlos Diegues has been given the task of picking this year’s best new director from the lineup of emerging talent
Christine White was the woman next to William Shatner in "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet"