Sex & Bling in the Rain: Summing Up the Cannes Film Festival in 5 Words 3 weeks ago
The 2013 Cannes Film Festival began with high hopes for a strong and deep lineup of films, struggled through days in which even the best...
By Steve Pond
"Inside Llewyn Davis" and "Like Father, Like Son" win second and third-place awards; Bruce Dern and Berenice Bejo take acting honors
The Palme d'Or race hasn't been this murky in years, but you can probably count out the new Roman Polanski and Jim Jarmusch films
As deliberations get underway for the Palme d'Or, the actress reveals her approach to choosing the winner
"Omar," "Stranger by the Lake," "La Jaula de Oro" and "Fruitvale Station" also win jury awards
Three-hour drama, which received attention for its graphic sex scenes, was named the fest's best film by international film critics' organization
Jim Jarmusch's vampire movie "Only Lovers Left Alive" wins over the critics, but can it possibly be as entertaining as the marketplace title "FDR American Badass?"
Tom Hiddleston ("The Avengers") stars opposite Tilda Swinton ("Michael Clayton") as vampires whose love story spans centuries
The period drama is either a wrenching masterpiece or a gloomy melodrama, depending on who you ask
Clio Barnard's "The Selfish Giant" also wins prize in independent section at Cannes
Top award in student film competition goes to "Needle"; Jane Campion's jury also chooses shorts from Romania and the Czech Republic
Alexander Payne's "Nebraska" Jerry Lewis likes his comics male and "Blue Is the Warmest Color" gets the critics all hot and bothered
As the rain starts up again, Redford gets a lengthy ovation for J.C. Chandor's wordless lost-at-sea drama
Redford gives a moving performance as a man lost at sea in J.C. Chandor's almost dialogue-free follow-up to "Margin Call"
"Drive" director Nicolas Winding Refn indulges in one bloody killing after another, and practically licks the knife afterwards
As the festival moves into its final five days, Steven Soderbergh's HBO movie joins the Coen brothers and Asghar Farhadi as the best in show
In competition at the festival, Soderbergh's honest, authentic rendering of the passionate, sometimes silly love affair between Liberace and Scott Thorson is his best film in years
There's only one film directed by a woman in the main competition – and the critics weren’t kind to that film, “A Castle in Italy”
The Japanese cult director refuses to sell out his premise for the sake of audience satisfaction
Cotillard plays a woman desperate to keep her job
Berenice Bejo and Tahar Rahim star in the foreign-language film
Alex van Warmerdam's film is a bizarre, rambling, vivid dream that often feels as if the director and cast are making it up as they go along
Before it even had its official Cannes premiere, "Inside Llewyn Davis" became the most acclaimed film at the festival
Coens' tragicomic story of Greenwich Village folk scene is a sharp, evocative portrait of a world about to be changed by Bob Dylan
Asghar Farhadi’s “The Past” is the hot title for now, but elsewhere Cannes embraces excess and exaggeration
"Star Trek" kills J.J. Abrams grand ambitions, Will Smith gets "Wild," Bill Hader peaces out and a Fox reporter's major fail -- all this week in Hollywood.
But Asghar Farhadi's first film since "A Separation" may be tough to beat for the Palme d'Or
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts