Cannes 2014: The competition gets serious with "Winter Sleep," stylish with "Saint Laurent" and pulpy with "Wild Tales"
Cannes 2014: "Party Girl" and "That Lovely Girl" kick off Un Certain Regard with a day of downbeat dramas directed or co-directed by women
Un Certain Regard and Camera d'Or juries will consist of a dozen international directors, actors, technicians and journalists
One woman previously excluded from the list now has more films on it than Alfred Hitchcock, John Huston, Federico Fellini and Stanley Kubrick
Ben Whishaw and "Downton Abbey" actor Brendan Coyle will co-star in West End production
Elisabeth Moss on "Mad Men's" ending: "That's the last time I will ever play Peggy -- that, to me, is so strange"
Left for dead a couple of years ago, miniseries now dominate TV movies in the Emmy longform categories
Top award in student film competition goes to "Needle"; Jane Campion's jury also chooses shorts from Romania and the Czech Republic
Although Apparition has campaigned for an original-screenplay nod for Jane Campion's script, AMPAS puts it in the more competitive adapted category
The Australian actress talks about riding an elevator with Quentin Tarantino and protecting Keats from Jane Campion.
COMMENTARY: "Bright Star"? "Coco Before Chanel"? Really ... where are the bar fights?
A woman's place is in the director's chair, Oprah steps up, Sony Classics backs two more Oscar horses.
On being inspired by a horse and obsessed with her male star.
Campion, Soderbergh films also slated for festival, which starts Sept. 10.
The director of "Bright Star" opens up about loss and the love that grows in her new film.
With the international box office dominating the movie business in the way that it does, it is no wonder that Louise Chater has found her...
Ah, France. Where the people smell of red wine at 8:30 in the morning, and where they’ll happily charge you $5 for a croissant along...
Early signs point to fewer executives and titles that just aren't hot enough to acquire.