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PARIS -- French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy's "The Oath of Tobruk" has been added to the Official Selection of the 65th Cannes Film Festival.
PARIS -- Technicolor, which emerged from bankruptcy protection two years ago, has found its white knight: U.S. investment firm JPMorgan Chase & Co. will inject up to €158 million ($195.4 million) for…
PARIS -- Jean Labadie's upscale arthouse shingle Le Pacte has nabbed French distribution rights to Rufus Norris' Critics' Week opener "Broken," a British drama toplining Cillian Murphy and Tim Roth.
PARIS Terrence Winter's HBO gangster series, "Boardwalk Empire," will face off against Julian Fellowes-scripted costume drama "Downton Abbey" (ITV/PBS) and 28 other TV drama skeins at the 52nd Monte…
MADRID -- Seven films have been added to the 65th Cannes Film Festival's official selection.
PARIS Richard Linklater's "Bernie," Elizabeth Olsen starrer "Peace, Love and Misunderstanding" and Dennis Lee's "Jesus Henry Christ" are among the 10 pics that will compete for the audience nod at…
PARIS -- Cannes Classics has unveiled its wide-ranging selection of 13 restored movies that have marked film history, from Sergio Leone's gangster pic "Once Upon a Time in America" to Roman…