Good Morning, Cannes: The Festival Has Female Troubles, Again 2 hours ago
It wouldn’t seem like a real Cannes Film Festival without the question coming up: Where are all the women directors?
By Steve Pond
Terrence Malick's long-awaited film speaks in whispers and makes mystery the explanation
The race for the Palme d'Or nears its midpoint, while attention turns to lots of deals and some bad-mouthing at the Cannes marketplace
Provocative and unsettling erotic drama drew both raves and pans after screening in competition
Project is first collaboration in a Weinstein Company/Miramax agreement for sequels to Miramax properties
Two powerful films are a study in contrasts: "The Artist" is a joyful silent comedy, "Michael" the disturbing portrait of a child molester
Jolie wrote and directed film set during Bosnian War; December 23 set for U.S. release
Morning in Cannes is quiet. Then Johnny Depp showed up
The heart of Cannes may lie in challenging arthouse cinema, but Saturday was a day to bask in the glow of mega-stardom
A photo gallery of all sides of Cannes: Rachel McAdams! French people smoking! A dog on the sidewalk!
Duran Duran rocks and Lynne Ramsay talks, while a Princess Diana doc and a big pirate movie threaten to hijack the festival
Southern-set erotic drama will feature Matthew McConaughey, Tobey Maguire, Sofia Vergara and Zac Efron
"Polisse" is thrown off-balance by its director's strong presence; "Habemus Papam" grapples with faith and doubt
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"
"Celebrity Apprentice" season finale up from last week but down from last year's finale