Sleepless in Cannes: Moguls Haunt the Majestic Hotel Bar 8 min ago
Nobody sleeps in Cannes. At 1 a.m. in the bar at the Majestic Hotel, just across from the Palais de Festival, it’s not that hard to...
By Sharon Waxman
Paul Schrader will write a Kremlin-financed project about Mathilde Kschessinska, a famed Russian ballerina who was mistress to the last Russian tsar
On opening day of Cannes, an intimate look at the revolution via a relationship between a woman and a man from the upper and lower class of Egypt
From Sacha Baron Cohen to Harvey Weinstein, the biggest names mix work and play in the South of France
"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
FilmDistrict's latest acquisition, based on a Mike Flanagan short film, looks at a family torn apart by a haunted mirror
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
The Australian actor is best known for his performances in "Warrior" and "Animal Kingdom"
The Italian set drama stars Pierce Brosnan
The British director will follow up his acclaimed "The Deep Blue Sea" with this look at poverty in the 1930s U.K.
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
The Australian film centers on an Aboriginal girl group that performs in Vietnam
Robert Pattinson will star in the thriller, based on a novel written by Eric Maddox, who helped lead the hunt for Saddam Hussein
The action thriller "Crawlspace" will unspool at this year's Cannes Film Festival
The "New Wave" disciple's final film "Thérèse Desqueyroux” with Audrey Tautou will be shown on the festival's final night
Woody Allen's out. Terrence Malick's a mystery, but Brad Pitt, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart star in likely Cannes entries
Film will open the festival May 16 and premiere in the U.S. May 25
Six films by the actor/director have previously been presented at the festival
Gilles Jacob and Thierry Fremaux will serve through 2014
Danish filmmaker is accused of violating French law against justifying war crimes
As the festival drew to a close, Swinton, Michael Fassbender, and Glenn Close all soared in dark fare it may be hard to get the public (or Academy) to see
The Turkish film focuses on a group of men searching for a missing body
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"
"Celebrity Apprentice" season finale up from last week but down from last year's finale