Directors David Gordon Green, Abel Ferrara, Peter Bogdanovich and Joe Dante are bringing films to the late-August festival
Bigger theaters, expensive projection and new directors will usher in a new era of movies, director says
It's safe for work -- but just barely
Here at the bar there's a disproportionately large number of Hollywood power players, temporarily taking the place of the Russian oligarchs
Michelle Yeoh returns to star while fellow martial artist Donnie Yen joins as Silent Wolf
The Oscar-nominated actress recently wrapped Lars von Trier's controversial film "Nymphomaniac"
Director Antonio Campos follow-up to "After School" leaves audiences stuck in midday study hall.
Shia LaBeouf said the script for Lars Von Trier's next film requires him to have unsimulated sex
Shia LaBeouf would join a cast that includes Charlotte Gainsbourg and Stellan Skarsgard
2012's Cannes Film Festival doesn't have a single female director in competition, but at least it'll be free of Lars von Trier's antics
Danish director faced five years in jail for joking, "I'm a Nazi" at Cannes last spring
Lars von Trier film beats Oscar-winner "The King's Speech"; Tilda Swinton and Colin Firth win acting awards
Werner Herzog's "Into the Abyss" grosses only $50,784 at 12 locations
"He’ll say weird things to people or in conversation -- and he's nervous in front of press"
If it takes destroying the planet for the Danish bad boy to treat human beings as something other than beneath contempt, so be it
Lars von Trier's apocalyptic drama scores 8 nominations, twice as many as any other film
Danish filmmaker is accused of violating French law against justifying war crimes
The first day of Toronto screenings brings looks at two awards contenders, "Moneyball" and "The Ides of March"
Make your own way -- don’t use the Jewish people as an excuse for your failure
Deputy culture minister says ban leaves "dark stain" on festival history; von Trier says his comments were "unintelligent and hurtful"
A final roundup of the art, the money and the outrage of Cannes 2011
Director Terrence Malick is a no-show; Kirsten Dunst wins Best Actress award for "Melancholia"
A shy director, an actor who won't talk, two jailed filmmakers and a loudmouth who got banned -- Cannes is all about empty spaces
Students, filmmakers and a chef win Cannes awards -- but the big prizes are still to come
With no real frontrunner, the field is wide open for Cannes' top prize
That loudmouth Danish director has hijacked the festival, but some people are still paying attention to movies
During Cannes interview, banned director says furor was fanned by French history of "being cruel to the Jews"
The festival "condemns these comments and declares Lars Von Trier a persona non grata, effective immediately"
As the festival winds down, Cannes-watchers begin summing up -- when they're not appalled by Lars von Trier's antics
The Danish filmmaker caused an uproar at the Cannes Film Festival when he made clumsy remarks about Hitler and Nazism | VIDEO