Subtitles alone won't be enough to translate "The Minister" for export, though writer-director Pierre Schoeller's serious-minded exploration of what makes a French politician tick could impress local…
After a midfest conversation about artistic considerations (Cannes Show Daily, May 18), Variety's senior film critics compare notes on a festival at which films of extreme violence and bitter…
What's black and white and rad all over again? Chopsocky panda Po returns to save China from a fresh threat in "Kung Fu Panda 2," a worthy sequel that gets an extra kick from the addition of dynamic…
More than a year after it was first tipped to play the Croisette, ''The Tree of Life,'' Terrence Malick's epic meditation on childhood and the cosmos, won the Palme d'Or from the jury of the 64th…
It'll take more than an arrest and 20-year filmmaking ban to silence Iranian New Wave master Jafar Panahi.
"Drive" takes the tired heist-gone-bad genre out for a spin, delivering fresh guilty-pleasure thrills in the process.
It's the end of the world but also the start of something new for Lars von Trier, whose mind-blowing "Melancholia" offers perhaps the gentlest depiction of annihilation one could imagine from any…
Even without the wire hangers, Eva Ionesco's semi-autobiographical debut, "My Little Princess," feels an awful lot like other monster-mommy tales, only this time.
Justin Chang: We're past the midpoint of the fest, and with four days and several hotly anticipated titles still to screen, it's a bit premature to assess whether this will go down as a great…
An intense yet oddly impersonal attempt at staging Greek tragedy among a small circle of working-class characters.
A love letter to silent cinema sealed with a smirk, "The Artist" reteams director Michel Hazanavicius with dapper "OSS 117" star Jean Dujardin for another high-concept homage, delivering a heartfelt…