Watch The U.S. Trailer For Palme d'Or Winning BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR

The big winner at Cannes this past spring was Blue Is The Warmest Color, Abdellatif Kechiche's screen adaptation of the graphic novel Blue Angel. A coming-of-ager that got quite a bit of initial attention for its graphic sex scenes between... More »
By Ben Umstead   

Review: THE LUNCHBOX Is An Exquisite Ode To Love And Longing

Dabba (The Lunchbox) by Ritesh Batra is an exquisite, bittersweet ode to love and longing from India, that makes your heart sing. A debut feature that screened at the Cannes Film Festival, it won the Grand Rail d'Or Award in... More »

Cannes 2013: BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR is This Year's Palme d'Or Winner; INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS Snags Grand Prix; Plus All Winners Listed

It's a remarkable year at Cannes when one film doesn't run away as the favorite for top prize of the Palme d'Or. That's exactly what happened this year with four or five films all with good odds going into... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   

Cannes 2013: Ominous First Clip From ALL IS LOST With Robert Redford

Robert Redford has been showered with praise for his performance in J.C. Chandor's All is Lost, described as a survivalist tale about one man's battle against the elements. No dialogue is spoken, but it's far from a silent movie. Deep... More »
By Peter Martin   

Cannes 2013: Well Go Picks Up Erik Matti's ON THE JOB

Just hours ahead of its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival as part of the Director's Fortnight, Erik Matti's long-awaited Filipino thriller On the Job has been picked up for distribution by Well Go USA Entertainment. Featuring a bevy... More »
By Pierce Conran   

Enjoy A Charming Family Meal With Clip From Refn's ONLY GOD FORGIVES

Everything you think you know about Kristin Scott Thomas? Yeah, throw that away. Because Nicolas Winding Refn is about to make you see her very, very differently with this clip from Only God Forgives.Julian (Ryan Gosling), a respected figure in... More »
By Todd Brown   

Step Into The Ring With A Gorgeous Clip From Masked Wrestling Noir OUR HEROES ARE DEAD TONIGHT

It was just yesterday that we were blown away by the first images from Our Heroes Are Dead Tonight (Nos Heros Sont Morts Ce Soir), the debut feature from David Perrault fusing masked wrestling with film noir. And now we... More »
By Todd Brown   

Gorgeous First Images From Cannes Selected Masked-Wrestling Noir OUR HEROES ARE DEAD TONIGHT (NOS HEROS SONT MORTS CE SOIR)

Yes, you read that headline correctly: David Perrault's debut feature Our Heroes Are Dead Tonight - a selection of the Critic's Week sidebar in Cannes this year - is a crime noir set in the world of masked wrestling in... More »
By Todd Brown   


Fresh off a successful festival circuit run of his historical thriller Painless, director Juan Carlos Medina's next project will be an adaptation of the Peter Ackroyd novel, Dan Leno & the Limehouse Golem. Announced at the Cannes film festival today,... More »

Watch The Trailer For Jodorowsky's LA DANZA DE LA REALIDAD

An old master makes his long awaited return to the big screen with La Danza de la Realidad, and while it must be said that CGI visual effects and digital photography are not particularly Alejandro Jodorowsky's friends long time fans... More »
By Todd Brown   

Clive Owen, Mila Kunis And Billy Crudup In First Trailer For Guillaume Canet's BLOOD TIES

Fresh from its premiere in Cannes, the first trailer has arrived for Blood Ties. The first English language offering from acclaimed French director Guillaume Canet, Blood Ties stars Clive Owen, Mila Kunis, Billy Crudup, Marion Cotillard, Zoe Saldana, James Caan... More »
By Todd Brown   

Cannes 2013: Dark Sky Films And Snowfort Pictures Gaze Together With STARRY EYES

Prominent indie production house Dark Sky Films and upstart Snowfort Pictures are combining forces to produce the 70s style influenced horror film Starry Eyes. Starry Eyes tells the story of Sarah Walker, a determined and desperate actor who would do anything... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Cannes 2013: Weinsteins Trot Out Lineup, Slightly Less Exciting Than Last Year

Harvey Weinstein said it himself at this year's Weinstein Company Cannes showcase, "2012 was a year as good as any year we had at Miramax." The three films highlighted at last year's event (Django Unchained, Silver Linings Playbook, and... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   

Cannes 2013: Quinzaine Organizers Denounce Iranian Filmmaker

A bit of controversy over at the Directors' Fortnight sidebar (or Quinzaine des réalisateurs) yesterday when Iranian director Alireza Khatami made some pretty scathing remarks for the stage about the Taiwanese film Taipei Factory. As reports: Khatami said that... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   

Cannes 2013: Why Would Someone Want To Blow Up Christoph Waltz?

A live broadcast of Canal Plus show Le Grand Journal - broadcasting from the Martinez beach during Cannes - was interrupted today when two blanks were fired into the air by a man holding what appeared to be a grenade... More »
By Todd Brown   


CHAPTER 4: THE PHILOSOPHY OF ANNA KARINA AND BUTT PLUGSI'm sitting outside at a small Café that my editor told me to meet him at. I'm a 10 minute walk from the Marche Du Film convention hall and I'm still... More »
By Greg Christie   

Watch A Clip From Jeremy Saulnier's BLUE RUIN

Back on Wednesday Twitch was proud to present the first teaser for Jeremy Saulnier's Cannes selected revenge thriller Blue Ruin and with the premiere edging nearer a new, extended clip from the film has now arrived as well.A beach bum... More »
By Todd Brown   

Hong Kong Hits The Marche! New Posters For Donnie Yen Starrers SPECIAL IDENTITY And THE ICEMAN COMETH Plus Dante Lam's THAT DEMON WITHIN

You want poster art? The Cannes Marche Du Films - the sales market component of the Cannes Film Festival - has got poster art. Lots and lots and lots of poster art. And popping up over the last twenty four... More »
By Todd Brown   

Cannes 2013: First Clip From Jim Mickle's WE ARE WHAT WE ARE Quietly Teases

"I wish we were like everyone else." Ah, what young girl hasn't said that to her older sister at one time or another? But the family at the bloody heart of Jim Mickle's We Are What We Are really is... More »
By Peter Martin   

Cannes 2013: First Teaser for LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON

If you're one of the fans anxiously awaiting the first word on the newest picture from Hirokazu Kora-Eda, the man behind such critically acclaimed films as Nobody Knows, Still Walking, and I Wish, you might want to check out the first... More »
By Patryk Czekaj   
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