Cannes: South Korean WWII Film ‘The Battleship Island’ Sells Worldwide

The CJ Entertainment title pre-sold to 113 territories including North America, and at record prices to Asian countries.read more

Cannes: Hong Sang-soo’s ‘The Day After,’ ‘Claire’s Camera’ Seal Multiple Deals

'On the Beach at Night Alone,' the Silver Berlin Bear-winning film also directed by the South Korean auteur, enjoyed additional sales at Cannes.read more

Cannes: South Korean Time Travel Film ‘A Day’ Sells to Multiple Territories

Finecut expects a slew of more European deals and possible remake rights for the time-loop mystery that premiered at the Cannes Film Market last month.read more

‘Directions’ (‘Posoki’): Film Review | Cannes 2017

Bulgarian director Stephan Komandarev ('The Judgment') deploys a series of taxi rides to create a mosaic portrait of life in Sofia today in 'Directions.'read more

‘Zombillenium’: Film Review | Cannes 2017

Graphic novelist Arthur de Pins collaborates with Alexis Ducord to adapt 'Zombillenium,' his tale of undead and other fantasy creatures running a theme park in Northern France.read more

‘West of the Jordan River’: Film Review | Cannes 2017

Israeli director Amos Gitai tours the occupied West Bank in search of ways to break the current political stalemate in 'West of the Jordan River.'read more

‘West of the Jordan River’: Film Review | Cannes 2017

Israeli director Amos Gitai tours the occupied West Bank in search of ways to break the current political stalemate in 'West of the Jordan River.'read more

How Salma Hayek Pulled Off a Cannes Mariachi Stunt

The actress coordinated a Mexican sing-along surprise to close the festival's 70th anniversary gala dinner.read more

Harvey Weinstein Stopped by Police at Cannes amfAR Gala

A source tells THR that the legendary film and television executive was rushed by four French policemen, who chaperoned him to the gala gate.read more

Cannes’ Weak Slate Adds Pressure on Fall Festivals to Deliver

An absence of buzzworthy films at this year's fest raises expectations for Toronto, Telluride and Venice to deliver awards contenders.read more

Cannes: Winning Films Unlikely to Yield Many Oscar Nominees

Palme d’Or recipient 'The Square' might only be a foreign-language contender as the films that impressed the jury may not play as well with the Academy.read more

Cannes: Palme d’Or Winner Ruben Ostlund on ‘The Square’ and Breaking Art House Conventions

The Swedish director was the surprise winner of the 70th edition of the film festival on Sunday. read more

Jessica Chastain Calls Cannes Films’ Lack of Female Representation “Disturbing”

"I do hope that when we include more female storytellers, we will have more of the women that I recognize in my day-to-day life. Ones that are proactive, have...

‘Kincsem — Bet on Revenge’: Film Review | Cannes 2017

Hungarian director Gabor Herendi’s homegrown blockbuster 'KIncsem — Bet on rRevenge' is a lavish period melodrama based on the true story of a legendary race horse.read more

‘The Dragon’s Defense’ (‘La Defensa del dragon’): Film Review | Cannes 2017

Colombian writer-director Natalia Santa explores the glum depths of the male psyche in her chess-themed debut feature, 'The Dragon's Defense.'read more