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Joel and Ethan Coen didn’t even have to show up at Cannes to make a big impression.
The Coen brothers’ new movie, “Inside...
By Steve Pond
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
The platinum heiress weighs in on Sofia Coppola's movie, while the gritter and weirder likes of "Fruitvale Station" and "The Congress" jockey for attention on the Croisette
The parents are awful, the teenagers are repulsive and the celebrities are removed from reality, but no one gets away clean in Sofia Coppola's brilliant movie
Francois Ozon’s story of a teenage prostitute asks an audience to check its morality at the door
Catcalls will put Baz Luhrmann's film in good company -- but the opening-night film is really just the aperitif before the sumptuous meal of cinema (and scandal) that is Cannes
The Alexander Payne film premieres at the Cannes Film Festival next week
Jacob tells French paper that he promised his wife he'll leave the job after 36 years at Cannes
Jarmusch's vampire romance joins main competition lineup; four other films added to Un Certain Regard and out-of-competition slots
Directors Cristian Mungiu and Lynne Ramsay also join Steven Spielberg, who will preside over the panel
Lineup of Cannes sidebar includes science fiction, horror and film noir
Alexander Payne, Nicholas Winding Refn, Asghar Farhadi and James Gray also make the competition lineup at festival
“The Bling Ring” stars Emma Watson in the title role, and also stars Taissa Farmiga, Leslie Mann and Kirsten Dunst; it will screen on May 16
Steven Spielberg, the Oscar-winning director, will head the jury of the Cannes FIlm Festival, held from May 15-26 this year
A dozen Oscar foreign-language submissions will screen at the AFI Fest in Hollywood, along with a number of 2012 Cannes titles, including "Reality," "The Hunt" and "The Sapphires"
Lee Daniels' "The Paperboy" divides critics with its mix of camp and trash
The 2012 Cannes Film Festival honored Europeans and went for the emotion, but a crazy American film snuck in there too
Michael Haneke's quiet, emotional story of aging and dying, "Amour," takes top prize; "Reality" and "The Angels' Share" are runners-up, but English-language films are nearly shut out
Leos Carax's "Holy Motors," one of the festivals most acclaimed but divisive films, goes to the Indomina Group on the eve of the Cannes awards ceremony
Oscilloscope plans 2013 release for "Reality," story about reality television starring an actor serving prison time for murder
IFC will handle North American distribution for Im Sang-soo's "The Taste of Money," a drama about sexual desires and power struggles in a rich Korean family
Michel Franco's Mexican drama "Despues de Lucia" takes top award from jury headed by Tim Roth; Emile Dequenne and Suzanne Clement win acting awards
International critics' association FIPRESCI honors "In the Fog," "Beasts of the Southern Wild" and "Hold Back"; Eucumenical Jury goes for "The Hunt"
Jeff Nichols so captivates the media after a screening of "Mud" that they ignore his two stars, Reese Witherspoon and Matthew McConaughey
The actor tells TheWrap: "You can’t shy away from a moment when it’s there”