Cannes 2014: The competition gets serious with "Winter Sleep," stylish with "Saint Laurent" and pulpy with "Wild Tales"
Here's everything in the running in the Best Foreign Language Film category, with descriptions and links to trailers
Sony Classics' in-flight comedy's per-screen take is better than any other movie in release
Disney/Pixar's "Monsters University" expected to hold on to No. 1 spot with around $40 million
The festival takes place in the movie industry's backyard, but LAFF had to work to get the studios interested in their summer showcase
Two likely blockbusters join previously announced lineup of indie films; Spike Jonze, costume design programs also added
"Only God Forgives" and "Fruitvale Station" will also screen during Film Independent's June 13-June 23 festival in downtown Los Angeles
Not much plot is revealed as three male flight attendants dance to The Pointer Sisters' 1982 hit song
Ensemble comedy stars Antonio Banderas and Penelope Cruz
Werner Herzog's "Into the Abyss" grosses only $50,784 at 12 locations
Plus, the director talks about reuniting with Antonio Banderas at TheWrap's Awards Screening Series
Veteran Spanish director discusses his reunion with Antonio Banderas for "The Skin I Live In"
Spanish director picks four films with connections to his own work, including "Eyes Without a Face" and "The Killers"
Festival galas and special screenings will also include Polanski's "Carnage" and Michelle Williams showcase "My Week With Marilyn"
Antonio Banderas reunites with Almodovar for “The Skin I Live In,” a disturbing tale of identity, obsession and extreme plastic surgery
Almodovar's "The Skin I Live In" is passed over by Spanish Academy; Italian board picks "Terraferma" over festival favorite "Habemus Papam"
Oscar-winning Spanish provocateur will screen "Laws of Desire," program sidebar of his favorite films
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
The stars will be there for show, but the real substance at Cannes will come from a strong lineup of arty filmmakers
Resnais' "Wild Grass," Almodovar's "Broken Embraces" bookend event.
You could have heard a pin drop in the press room as Penelope Cruz recounted the performance of a sex scene in her new movie,...