Cannes Deals: Sundance Selects Buys Dardenne Brothers’ ‘Two Days, One Night’ Starring Marion Cotillard 13 hours ago
Sundance Selects has acquired domestic distribution rights to “Two Days, One Night,” Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne’s...
By Lucas Shaw
The festival’s final two films screen, so it’s time to pick a winner
Un Certain Regard, Cinefoundation, Ecumenical Jury and FIPRESCI awards handed out
The days dwindle down and the awards handicapping heats up
"Non-competitive" section allows sponsors to hand out prizes
SPC acquires Xavier Beauvois drama about conflict between Christian monks and Muslim extremists
Active buyer grabs Gregg Araki movie, plus "We Are What We Are"
Firm also picks up Mexican horror tale "We Are What We Are"
With the awards ceremony on the horizon, here's who's in the running for the Palme d'Or
Bumping into everything from haunted houses to VOD social-media websites to likely Oscar contenders
Bertrand Tavernier costume drama set in 16th century France
Politics are in the air as the festival enters its final few days
With no female directors in competition, a Facebook group and online petition aim to pressure festival
Animated British film top pick in National Film Board of Canada competition
Film from Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami stars Juliette Binoche
Raves for a five-hour filim about terrorist Carlos the Jackal
Jagger talks, Lohan falls -- are we having fun yet?
A roundup of recent acquisitions at a slow festival for deals
Roger Ebert has his heart warmed and “Blue Valentine” stirs Oscar talk
Mike Leigh drama becomes first major Cannes acquisition
Jafar Panahi is topic of discussion as fellow Iranian Abbas Kiarostami presents his film at Cannes
Xavier Beauvois shows his support in the face of charges he calls "ridiculous"
Alejando Gonzalez Inarritu film sharply divides critics, buyers
Critics grade the fest, and a legend leaves ‘em guessing
Festivalgoers develop skewed priorities, and Mike Leigh wins best of the fest so far
Crime thriller will star Pierce Brosnan, Billy Bob Thornton, Maria Bello
Elderly gent gripes about aging; another becomes a new celebrity
Christine White was the woman next to William Shatner in "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet"