Cannes Film Festival
A thriller, a psychological drama, a fantasy, a mix of genres.
A who’s who of the top talent in European cinema gathered in the Polish city of Wroclaw, the European capital of culture for 2016.
The final countdown is on to Saturday’s European Film Awards, hosted this time in the Polish city of Wroclaw, the European Capital of Culture.
Valerie Bruni Tedeschi is among the nominees for Best Actress in the European Film Awards for her performance in the movie “Like Crazy".
Puiu's latest offering is 'Sieranevada' is a dark comedy focusing on a family reunion.
Picking up two awards at the Cannes film festival, for Best Screenplay and Best Actor (for Shahab Hosseini), Ashgar Farhadi’s latest movie ‘The Salesman’ tells the story of a middle-class couple who m
‘The Handmaiden’ is the latest movie by South Korean master Park Chan-wook, best known for his 2004 Cannes Grand Prix winner ‘Old Boy’.
Belgian actress Virginie Efira delivers an oustanding performance as Victoria Spick, a criminal lawyer who is as shrewd in the courtroom as she is a disaster in her private life.
Aquarius was one of the most critically acclaimed films in Cannes this year.
'The Neon Demon' made a noise at this years Cannes Film Festival and is due to go on worldwide release.
As the glitter settles on the Croisette, let’s take a look at some of the films that left an impression at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.
Quietly stunned is how British director Ken Loach described winning the coveted Palme d’Or for a second time with his social drama I, Daniel…
Veteran British film director Ken Loach has won the Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes film Festival.
Britain’s Ken Loach has taken the Palme d’Or at Cannes for ‘I, Daniel Blake’.
Where football has Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo among others, judo has Teddy Riner.
The winner of the International Critics Prize at the Cannes Film Festival is 'Toni Erdmann' by the German Film director Maren Ade.
Two revenge films close out the competition for the top prize, while The Happiest Day In The Life Of Olli Maki won Un Certain Regard.
Iran presented two films at Cannes this year 'The Salesman' by Asghar Farhardi in competition for the Palme d'Or and 'Inversion' by Behnam Behzadi in Un Certain Regard.
Cannes got the rockstar treatment as Iggy Pop stepped out for the Midnight Screening of Gimme Danger, director Jim Jarmusch’s take on the proto-punk icon and his band The…
‘Exile’ is a visionary narration of the exile of Cambodians during the Red Khmer regime, during which the country was renamed Democratic…
For his latest film, “Neruda”, Chilean director, Pablo Larrain, has once again teamed up with the Mexican star, Gael Garcia Bernal. The film follows
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After striking poses on the red carpet, giving interviews, attending long ceremonies and parties, celebrities deserve to stay at Cannes’ best
Based on Roal Dahl’s novel of the same name, ‘The Big Friendly Giant’ marks a return for Steven Spielberg to the family film genre. It also reunited
Almost half of the films in the official competition at Cannes this year are supported by the EU MEDIA programme. The project – celebrating 25 years
The Cannes Film Festival is not just about competition. And it’s not simply about glitz and glamour. There are more strings to its bow. Such as
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