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Cannes Film Festival 2011

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Ukrainian strippers help Lebanese peace efforts

‘Where Do We Go Now’, by Lebanese director Nadine Labaki, has debuted successfully at the Cannes Film Festival. The film recently won the People’s

‘Where Do We Go Now’, by Lebanese director Nadine Labaki, has debuted successfully at the Cannes Film Festival. The film recently won the People’s

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Trends and occupational hazards in Cannes

euronews spoke to a veteran film watcher at the conclusion of the Cannes International Film Festival. euronews: Jean Roy, president of the

euronews spoke to a veteran film watcher at the conclusion of the Cannes International Film Festival. euronews: Jean Roy, president of the

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Cannes 2011: The good, the bad and the ugly

Euronews’ Wolfgang Spindler looks back at the 64th edition of the Cannes film festival – the actors, the winners, the stars, the scandals and the

Euronews’ Wolfgang Spindler looks back at the 64th edition of the Cannes film festival – the actors, the winners, the stars, the scandals and the

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Conflict and controversy at a vintage Cannes

The Cannes Film Festival has ended as usual with the giving of prizes. And this year’s best picture went to Terrence Malick’s metaphysical epic, “The

The Cannes Film Festival has ended as usual with the giving of prizes. And this year’s best picture went to Terrence Malick’s metaphysical epic, “The

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Cannes draws to a close

The Cannes Film Festival attracts a multitude of characters drawn by the sea, sun, glamour and clammer to the French Riviera each year. The last

The Cannes Film Festival attracts a multitude of characters drawn by the sea, sun, glamour and clammer to the French Riviera each year. The last

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I regret Hitler joke: Danish director Von Trier

Danish film director Lars Von Trier caused uproar at the Cannes Festival on Wednesday when he said that he “understood Hitler.” He later

Danish film director Lars Von Trier caused uproar at the Cannes Festival on Wednesday when he said that he “understood Hitler.” He later

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Photography at Cannes 8/8: "Cannes is where America meets Europe"

Georges de Keerle: Director of Photography, Europe “What makes Cannes so special is that it is where America meets Europe; you have a lot of

Georges de Keerle: Director of Photography, Europe “What makes Cannes so special is that it is where America meets Europe; you have a lot of

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Von Trier regrets 'idiotic' Hitler comments

Lars von Trier has admitted he was stupid for joking at a news conference about being a Nazi and a Hitler sympathiser. The Danish film director

Lars von Trier has admitted he was stupid for joking at a news conference about being a Nazi and a Hitler sympathiser. The Danish film director

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Cannes: In competition

Le Havre The stars of Finnish film Le Havre received a standing ovation following the film’s screening and positive reviews from the world’s

Le Havre The stars of Finnish film Le Havre received a standing ovation following the film’s screening and positive reviews from the world’s

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Canne Camera d'Or selection

A hard-hitting and stylish first film from Mexican director Everardo Gout is in the competition for the Canne’s Camera d’Or. Dias de Gracia (Days

A hard-hitting and stylish first film from Mexican director Everardo Gout is in the competition for the Canne’s Camera d’Or. Dias de Gracia (Days

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Photographers at Cannes 7/8: "I enjoy being behind the scenes"

Media coverage of the Cannes festival requires an army of photographers. Some stand on duty alongside the red carpet while others are sent on sorties

Media coverage of the Cannes festival requires an army of photographers. Some stand on duty alongside the red carpet while others are sent on sorties

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Von Trier canned at Cannes as expulsion sets tongues wagging

All the gossip at the Cannes Film Festival is the expulsion of provocative Danish director Lars Von Trier for calling himself a Nazi and Hitler

All the gossip at the Cannes Film Festival is the expulsion of provocative Danish director Lars Von Trier for calling himself a Nazi and Hitler

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Cannes: Almodovar and Banderas reunite in horror thriller

What better place than the Cannes film festival for actor Antonio Banderas and film-maker Pedro Almodovar to revive a long-dormant

What better place than the Cannes film festival for actor Antonio Banderas and film-maker Pedro Almodovar to revive a long-dormant

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Cannes: Un Certain Regard

Restless Veteran director Gus van Sant is in Cannes presenting his latest film, Restless, which opened the Un Certain Regard section of the

Restless Veteran director Gus van Sant is in Cannes presenting his latest film, Restless, which opened the Un Certain Regard section of the

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Cannes drops Lars von Trier

The Cannes festival has declared Danish film maker Lars von Trier unwelcome, and expelled him, because he called himself a Nazi and a Hitler

The Cannes festival has declared Danish film maker Lars von Trier unwelcome, and expelled him, because he called himself a Nazi and a Hitler

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Sarkozy biopic amuses Cannes critics - slightly

Stars of a biopic on President Nicolas Sarkozy lined up on the red carpet in Cannes as critics looked on to see how many of them looked like the real

Stars of a biopic on President Nicolas Sarkozy lined up on the red carpet in Cannes as critics looked on to see how many of them looked like the real

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Von Trier Nazi remarks rattle Cannes

Danish director Lars von Trier has once more stirred strong emotions, at the Cannes film festival. Jewish groups were swift to condemn his behaviour

Danish director Lars von Trier has once more stirred strong emotions, at the Cannes film festival. Jewish groups were swift to condemn his behaviour

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Glitz, glamour and parties at Cannes festival

The Cannes film festival is the place where people come to see and to be seen. Actors, directors and wannabes, all sharing the limelight on the

The Cannes film festival is the place where people come to see and to be seen. Actors, directors and wannabes, all sharing the limelight on the

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Photographers at Cannes - 5/8: "I morph into a runner"

Media coverage of the Cannes festival requires an army of photographers. Some stand on duty alongside the red carpet while others are sent on sorties

Media coverage of the Cannes festival requires an army of photographers. Some stand on duty alongside the red carpet while others are sent on sorties

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Cannes pays tribute to French great Belmondo

Cannes has paid tribute to one of France’s most famous actors, Jean-Paul Belmondo, presenting the 78-year-old with his own Palme d’Or in honour of

Cannes has paid tribute to one of France’s most famous actors, Jean-Paul Belmondo, presenting the 78-year-old with his own Palme d’Or in honour of

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Moretti disappoints critics with film on Pope

Italian director Nanni Moretti’s latest film, Habemus Papam, has been criticised for being too soft on the Church after its screening in Cannes

Italian director Nanni Moretti’s latest film, Habemus Papam, has been criticised for being too soft on the Church after its screening in Cannes

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Cannes critics divided over Palme d'Or offerings

The most highly anticipated film to be presented at the Cannes Film Festival for years received mix reviews despite the Hollywood line up on the red

The most highly anticipated film to be presented at the Cannes Film Festival for years received mix reviews despite the Hollywood line up on the red

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Europe's Cannes success story

On the face of it European cinema appears to be in rude health. This year 13 out of 20 movies competing for the prestigious Palme d’Or at the Cannes

On the face of it European cinema appears to be in rude health. This year 13 out of 20 movies competing for the prestigious Palme d’Or at the Cannes

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Diana doc stirs controversy in Cannes

A documentary about the death of Princess Diana and Dodi al Fayed has stirred controversy at the Cannes Film Festival where it premiered. The movie

A documentary about the death of Princess Diana and Dodi al Fayed has stirred controversy at the Cannes Film Festival where it premiered. The movie

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Pitt stands by Tree of Life in Cannes

Hollywood aristocrat Brad Pitt is in Cannes for the Film Festival, promoting “The Tree of Life”, written and directed by Terrence Malick. The

Hollywood aristocrat Brad Pitt is in Cannes for the Film Festival, promoting “The Tree of Life”, written and directed by Terrence Malick. The

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'We Have a Pope' debuts at Cannes

Italian comedy ‘We Have a Pope’ premiered at The Cannes Film Festival on Friday to much critical acclaim. The story focuses on a newly-elected

Italian comedy ‘We Have a Pope’ premiered at The Cannes Film Festival on Friday to much critical acclaim. The story focuses on a newly-elected

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Panda mania in Cannes

Cannes went Panda mad this week, with the out-of-competition screening of Kung Fu Panda 2, attended by Jack Black, Angelina Jolie and Dustin Hoffman

Cannes went Panda mad this week, with the out-of-competition screening of Kung Fu Panda 2, attended by Jack Black, Angelina Jolie and Dustin Hoffman