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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
Day 11: It's (almost) all over but the voting, and the two frontrunners in the Palme d'Or race appear to be the quiet, emotional "Amour" and the loud, crazy "Holy Motors"
Chilean film "No," starring Gael Garcia Bernal, is among prize-winners in Cannes' Directors Fortnight section
Anti-Defamation League applauds cancellation of Cannes market screenings for film featuring "grotesque anti-Semitism"
Student films from Russia, the United States and Cuba are selected by Cannes' Cinefondation jury headed by Jean-Pierre Dardenne
Alec Baldwin pulls out of his onstage appearance at the amfAR gala but makes up with Harvey Weinstein after publicly blasting the mogul earlier in the festival
"Cosmopolis" star Robert Pattinson struggles to explain the David Cronenberg movie set largely in a limousine cruising New York streets
Day 10: Steven Spielberg shows "Jaws" and says sharks have been very good for him, but audiences get unruly, and Pete Doherty talks frankly about making a movie on heroin
Antonio Mendez Esparza's "Aqui y alla" has won the Grand Prize in the festival's Critics Week section
Some critics think Lee Daniels' steamy Southern potboiler is so bad it's good, but most say it's just plain awful
Nicole Kidman says she gave herself over to the graphic scenes in Lee Daniel's pulpy "The Paperboy," which has become the talk of the Croisette
Day 9: The festival winds down with baffling movies, a Roman Polanski short and a giddy Kim Kardashian
Even the most positive reviews of Walter Salles' adaptation of "On the Road" say Jack Kerouac's book is nearly impossible to adapt
Day 8: The wild and weird "Holy Motors" provides a shot of adrenaline, and Ken Loach doesn't want to watch his language
IFC grabs North American rights before dark comedy from Ben Wheatley debuts in Cannes' Directors Fortnight
"Killing Them Softly" juxtaposes Obama's rhetoric with grim violence, but Brad Pitt tells Cannes press conference it's not a slap at the president
Lots of things go wrong in Andrew Dominik's Brad Pitt gangster movie "Killing Them Softly" -- but beneath it all, the film is a dark indictment of American capitalism
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
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