Good Morning, Cannes: Have You Reached a Verdict, Mr. Spielberg? 54 min ago
For the last week and a half, people in Cannes have been trying to figure out the tastes of Steven Spielberg’s jury – and now...
By Steve Pond
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
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
Diane Kruger, Jean-Paul Gaultier and Andrea Arnold will join Ewan McGregor and Alexander Payne on main competition jury
The Cannes Film Festival unveils a lineup long on English-language films, with stars like Brad Pitt, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart
Woody Allen's out. Terrence Malick's a mystery, but Brad Pitt, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart star in likely Cannes entries
Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Belgian director of "The Kid With a Bike," will preside over five-person panel to honor shorts and student films
The Cannes Film Festival unveils its new poster, featuring Marilyn Monroe
Danish director faced five years in jail for joking, "I'm a Nazi" at Cannes last spring
Deputy culture minister says ban leaves "dark stain" on festival history; von Trier says his comments were "unintelligent and hurtful"
Company plans year-end release, awards campaign
A final roundup of the art, the money and the outrage of Cannes 2011
Director Terrence Malick is a no-show; Kirsten Dunst wins Best Actress award for "Melancholia"
A shy director, an actor who won't talk, two jailed filmmakers and a loudmouth who got banned -- Cannes is all about empty spaces
"Arirang," "Stopped on Track" share top prize in Cannes section; FIPRESCI Awards go to "Le Havre," "The Minister" and "Take Shelter"
Students, filmmakers and a chef win Cannes awards -- but the big prizes are still to come
With no real frontrunner, the field is wide open for Cannes' top prize
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