Good Morning, Cannes: Robert Redford's All Wet, and So Is the Fest 8 hours ago
The Cannes Film Festival grew wet again on Wednesday, while inside the theaters one film was greeted with critical storm clouds and another...
By Steve Pond
Day 7: Three movies that weren't ready in time for Cannes steal the spotlight from the movies that did make it to the festival
Australian director Alister Grierson will direct film for Lionsgate, with faith-based marketing campaign planned
Cannes had promised a new film from controversial director Roman Polanski, but they didn't say it would be a fashion ad
Kino Lorber plans summer release for "Meet the Fokkens," documentary about twin 69-year-old hookers-turned-brothel owners
Day 6: On a wet and soggy day along the Croisette, umbrella sellers are happy, and "Amour" continues to win raves
British drama about the torture of a terrorist will premiere on Channel 4 in the UK before worldwide theatrical release
Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami's "Like Someone in Love" is a thorny trifle that toys with its audience
Michael Haneke's old-age drama 'Amour' draws rapturous reviews, jumps to the top of bookmakers' lists
Gilles Bourdos film is love story about painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir, his director son Jean Renoir and the young woman who inspired them both
Day 5: Festivalgoers who aren't off watching a soccer match wonder if Harvey Weinstein could possibly have landed another "Artist" with "The Sapphires"
Simon Curtis film tells true story of Gustav Klimt painting stolen by the Nazis; BBC Films slate will also include Saoirse Ronan in World War I memoir "Testament of Youth"
Millennium/West Coast agreement calls for co-production and co-financing of two or three films a year, beginning with Antoine Fuqua's "White House Taken" with Gerard Butler
Elias Koteas and Tom Cullen also join cast of sci-fi drama currently selling at Cannes Marketplace
Day 4 roundup: Sean Penn raises big money for Haiti, and Megan Ellison doesn't want to talk about being a Cannes power player
Cannes may not have chosen any women directors, but films like "Beasts of the Southern Wild" and "Beyond the Hills" speak with strong female voices
Sharon Bar-Ziv's interrogation drama "Room 514" won a special jury mention at Tribeca; Film Movement plans late 2012 release
Actor Aniello Arena wins praise for his role in "Reality," but can't come to Cannes because he's serving a prison term, reportedly for murder
"Gomorrah" director Matteo Garrone takes on reality television with his new Cannes entry
Day 3: Marion Cotillard gets awards heat, Guillermo del Toro talks "Pinocchio" and Bill Murray cuts a rug
Ulrich Seidl's Cannes drama reverses the gender dynamic on sexual exploitation and proves to be a draining experience
"Men are fond of depth in women," an open letter to Cannes charges, "but only in their cleavage"
Day 2: The Cannes jury meets the press, and the potential acquisition of an Osama bin Laden movie could cause complications this fall
"Moonrise Kingdom" is sometimes more style than substance, but it's also charming, occasionally moving and always engaging, as Wes Anderson films are wont to be
The promotional stunts just keep on coming -- ho hum -- as Sacha Baron Cohen's character cavorts on a yacht and snarls traffic on the Croisette
Day 1: The Cannes Film Festival kicks off with Wes Anderson's "Moonrise Kingdom" and with the dominant presence of Harvey Weinstein
2012's Cannes Film Festival doesn't have a single female director in competition, but at least it'll be free of Lars von Trier's antics
As the rain starts up again, Redford gets a lengthy ovation for J.C. Chandor's wordless lost-at-sea drama