Good Morning, Cannes: From Bloody Fun to Bloody Schlock 3 hours ago
And then there were two.
As Saturday broke in Cannes, 18 of the 20 films in competition for the Palme d’Or had screened. Only Jim...
By Steve Pond
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
“The Leopard” returns looking good, and a terrorist complains that a movie’s making him look bad
The verdict on Stone's sequel -- and on some smaller, international fest entries
$900,000 grant to Film Foundation helps with 4K digital restoration of Visconti's 1963 Palme d'Or winner
Stars are scarce and viewers are falling asleep … but it’s still Cannes
This is what happens when you try to keep a lid on the world's most famous critic
Group of filmmakers sign letter urging Swiss authorities to deny extradition request
"Route Irish" follows two British soldiers along a dangerous stretch of road during the war
TheWrap's roundup of Cannes news ‘n’ notes from around the web
Film professionals made clear that the quest is all about finding financing for movies, and less about buying product
“Excitement in the room is ... not detectable” for out-of-competition opening nighter
Dave Matthews-backed company heads to Cannes looking to add to slate
Pundits and players arrive on the Croisette and wonder what it all means
“Breaking Dawn” is held hostage, Paramount has too many aliens, and Cannes approaches
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