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 »

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 »

Cannes 2013: A Cheeky Look At The Cast Of NYMPHOMANIAC

Banned or not, you can't have a Cannes festival entirely devoid of some Lars Von Trier-related shenanigans. The Hollywood Reporter today showed a still, released in Cannes by production company Zentropia, of the cast of Von Trier's upcoming "sex film"... More »
By Ard Vijn   

Watch The Stellar Cannes Teaser For Jeremy Saulnier's BLUE RUIN

If you think you know what American indie director Jeremy Saulnier is all about from his splatter comedy Murder Party then let me tell you this: You don't know anything. Saulnier will be in Cannes with his sophomore picture, Blue... More »
By Todd Brown   

Watch The Cannes Trailer For Erik Matti's ON THE JOB Now!

If it feels like we've been tracking Erik Matti's Filipino, based on true events hitman thriller On The Job forever now, it's pretty much because we have. And with the film soon to premiere as part of Director's Fortnight in... More »
By Todd Brown   

Bruce Dern Talks, Jukebox Plays "Sugar Sugar": First Clip From Alexander Payne's NEBRASKA

Set to premiere at Cannes ahead of its theatrical release later this year, Alexander Payne's Nebraska is sure to start the critics talking. (Twitch's Festivals Editor included it in our review of the Competition titles.) The first clip from the... More »

Watch A Pair Of Clips From Jarmusch's ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE

Are you ready for a little vampire action, Jim Jarmusch style? The iconoclastic indie director heads to Cannes with his Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston starring vampire picture Only Lovers Left Alive and while plot information remains relatively scarce a... More »
By Todd Brown   

Watch The Astounding International Trailer For Ari Folman's THE CONGRESS

How do you follow a ground breaking film like Waltz With Bashir? If you're Ari Folman you break more ground with the next one, the next one in this case being a loose adaptation of Stanislaw Lem's The Futurological Congress... More »
By Todd Brown   

Watch The Coen Brothers' INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS Cannes Trailer

The Coen Brothers are headed to Cannes with Inside Llewyn Davis and they've got a new trailer to celebrate that fact. This one plays largely as an extended version of the earlier offering with a good deal of repeated footage... More »
By Todd Brown   

3 New ONLY GOD FORGIVES Clips Give The People What They Want

The people in this case being those who didn't wish Drive was more like The Fast and The Furious. Indeed, here are three new clips from Nicolas Winding Refn's Cannes-selected Only God Forgives. While I don't want to spoil even... More »

Jarmusch's ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE Added To Cannes Competition

Only Lovers Left Alive - the Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston starring vampire picture from inconoclastic indie director Jim Jarmusch - has been announced as a late addition to the competition lineup at the Cannes Film Festival. Jarmusch was last... More »
By Todd Brown   

Cannes 2013 Director's Fortnight Includes Films By Alejandro Jodorowsky, Jim Mickle, Anurag Kashyap

Time will tell, but as of now, The Cannes Director's Fortnight program this year looks like a more well-rounded, eccentric group of films than the competition. It's a lineup where, for example, Jim Mickle's Sundance selected cannibalism tale We Are... More »

Cannes 2013: AIN'T THEM BODIES SAINTS Leads Critics' Week Sidebar

With much speculation that David Lowery's Sundance crimer Ain't Them Bodies Saints would sneak into a top spot at Cannes, there were a few raised eyebrows when the film was absent from the announcement last week. Never fear Riveiera-goers,... More »

Ari Folman's THE CONGRESS To Open Director's Fortnight

It was back in 2008 that Ari Folman burst on to the international scene with Waltz With Bashir, a dazzling animated documentary that marked Folman as an enormous, unique talent and absolutely someone to watch with great interest going forward.... More »
By Todd Brown   

New Trailer For Refn's ONLY GOD FORGIVES Features Fresh Footage, Fresh Violence

Freshly announced in competition at the Cannes Film Festival, a new international trailer for Nicolas Winding Refn's Only God Forgives has arrived online boasting a decent amount of new footage, an increased focus on the story and a bit more... More »
By Todd Brown   

Cannes 2013 Lineup Includes Latest Miike, Winding Refn, Coens, Payne

The entire Cannes competition lineup has been announced, and yes, it includes many reasons to get excited, whether you're a casual film fan or hardcore cinephile. Among other titles, the list includes anticipated films Only God Forgives (which was described at... More »

Sofia Coppola's THE BLING RING to Open Cannes 2013 Un Certain Regard

While there are a ton of rumors floating around about what films will be announced at tomorrow's Cannes Film Festival press conference, we have one official announcement we can share right now. Cannes has announced today that Sofia Coppola's... More »

Cannes 2013: Shorts Competition and Cinefondation Selection Revealed

The full program will be revealed on Thursday but the Cannes Film Festival has just given us our first look at this year's lineup by revealing its Shorts Competition and Cinefondation Selection for next month's 66th festival. The 2013 Shorts... More »

THE SAPPHIRES Wows Australian Box Office

I don't normally write box office reports, for good reason. Analyzing and comparing numbers for a story that replicates so many other better articles out there is a grueling and unrewarding task. However every so often there is a film that's worth the focus. The Sapphires is one such... More »
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