Cannes Film Festival

Cannes Film Festival

Cannes: ‘Good Time’ Star Robert Pattinson on Disappearing on the Streets of New York

The actor stars in the crime thriller from Josh and Benny Safdie, which is playing in competition.read more

‘A Gentle Creature’ (‘Krotkaya’): Film Review | Cannes 2017

Sergei Loznitsa returns to fiction for the third time after 'In the Fog' and 'My Joy' with 'A Gentle Creature,' a dark story of an unnamed woman's sojourn to...

Cannes: South Korean Thriller ‘The Merciless’ Sells Worldwide

The crime thriller received a standing ovation after its midnight screening and has sold to 117 territories.read more

Child’s Play: Kids Making an Impact in Major Cannes Roles

Children carry a heavy load in 'Wonderstruck', 'Okja' and 'The Florida Project,' but finding the right mix of youth and maturity is no small task.read more

Cannes: Global Genesis Nabs Worldwide Rights to ‘Ulysses, A Dark Journey’

Federico Alotto’s modern take on the Odyssey stars Andrea Zirio, Danny Glover and Udo Kier.read more

Cannes: How Streamers Are Keeping Dealmaking “More Discreet”

"There's definitely more product available," says Focus Features president Robert Walak. "But we haven't had the same big-game-hunting deals at this point."read more

Alejandro G. Inarritu Embraces Virtual Reality (But Don’t Call It Cinema)

"Cinema is frame, cinema is length of the lens, cinema is editing, the position of images that create time and space," explains the filmmaker, whose six-and-a-half-minute project was the...

Cannes: IFC Acquires Gurinder Chadha’s ‘Viceroy’s House’

The period drama, which bowed in Berlin, stars Hugh Bonneville and Gillian Anderson and is set during the partition of India.read more

Cannes: Star-Studded Bash Fetes Fest’s 70th Anniversary

The gala included speeches from Isabelle Huppert and Guillermo del Toro, and then, later in the night, an intimate mariachi band sing-a-long.read more

Cannes: Fox Korea’s ‘Warriors of the Dawn’ Sets North American Release Date

The period epic has pre-sold to Asian territories as well as Australia/New Zealand. read more

Cannes: ‘Room’ Director Lenny Abrahamson to Tackle Ghost Story for Focus

'The Little Stranger' will star Charlotte Rampling, Domhnall Gleeson and Ruth Wilson.read more

Cannes: Martin Scorsese Exec Produced Film ‘A Ciambra’ Nabbed by Sundance Selects

The project is Jonas Carpignano's follow-up to 'Mediterranea.'read more

Cannes: ‘Beauty and the Dogs’ Goes to Oscilloscope

Kaouther Ben Hania's film screened in the Un Certain Regard sidebar.read more

Cannes: ‘Eisenstein in Guanajuato’ Prequel in the Works With Hollywood Setting

Peter Greenaway will write and direct the film, starring Elmer Back as the titular director on an adventure in Tinseltown.read more

Justin Timberlake as Neil Bogart? 5 Hot Cannes Projects (That Went Absolutely Nowhere)

From Brigitte Nielsen as She-Hulk to an ill-fated biopic starring Lady Gaga (supposedly), splashy announcements that go bust are constant on the Croisette.read more