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Cannes juror Nicole Kidman said she would judge the winner of the Film Festival based on the “purity of the motivations behind the...
By Wrap Staff
Our correspondent glories in French pastry, conversation about movies ... and a Hollywood-style pecking order
SPC's first purchase at Cannes is Joseph Cedar drama about father-son rivalry
A couple of new movies divide critics, while a couple of companies -- TWC and SPC -- take center stage
Danish provocateur and American icon plan to collaborate of new version of von Trier's 2003 doc "The Five Obstructions"
Lynne Ramsay's unsettling, unforgettable film is marked by a magnificent performance from Tilda Swinton
A quest for a credential upgrade ends happily at this year's festival
Halle Berry, Susan Sarandon to join Tom Hanks in epic sci-fi collaboration between trio of directors
"Midnight in Paris" gets a warm reaction, Egyptian filmmakers cause a fuss and "Puss in Boots" crashes the party
How do you describe that ability to connect with a camera, to show vulnerability and confidence at the same time? Hopper has it
Julia Leigh's "erotic fairy tale" is haunting and disturbing, but it's not erotic, and it's a little dull
The filmmaker's "Midnight in Paris" is a likely bet to be one of the most enjoyable films at this year's festival
A list of project announcements in Cannes' Marche du Film marketplace, continuously updated
A continually-updated roundup of deals made at Cannes' Marche du Film marketplace
Company makes fifth Cannes purchase with "Poliss," while sister company IFC Midnight grabs controversial "Snowtown"
A continually updated list of deals involving the films screening in the Cannes official selection lineup
Weinstein Company acquires martial arts film from Peter Ho-Sun Chan, pursues silent comedy from Michel Hazanavicius
TheWrap's daily roundup of Cannes news begins with previews, deals and fear and loathing from opening-night director Woody Allen
Deal for action-adventure film announced at Cannes but in the works for months
The beauty of Cannes, says our guest columnist, is that you can take awards out of the equation and focus on the films themselves
The stars will be there for show, but the real substance at Cannes will come from a strong lineup of arty filmmakers
Cannes to screen "semi-clandestine" works from Jafar Panahi and Mohammad Rasoulof, both in jail and banned from making movies
Michel Hazanavicius' black-and-white comedy moves into competitive slot, while Tribeca's Geoff Gilmore joins Un Certain Regard jury
"Unlawful Killing," which will go to the Cannes marketplace looking for distribution, charges government and press with cover-up
Festival also named Egypt Cannes' first "guest country"
"That's Entertainment"-style compilation created specifically for festival by Shekhar Kapoor
The year's most tantalizing movie offers new stills, including a glimpse of prehistoric life
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation