Aspiring to do for the brutal slaying of gay-porn producer Bryan Kocis what "Boogie Nights" did for the Wonderland murders, "King Cobra" is all smut and no soul.
For Jean-Paul Rappeneau, the Los Angeles-based Colcoa film festival offers a sort of reverse homecoming — one in which the French director, best known for directing Gerard Depardieu in "Cyrano de…
Cannes Q&A: Thierry Fremaux Unpacks the Art, Politics of Picking the Fest’s Official Selection (EXCLUSIVE)
PARIS — Thierry Fremaux looks relieved. Four hours after the press conference in which he unveiled nearly the entire lineup for Cannes' official selection, the festival's artistic director is back in…
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Unveiling the Cannes official selection in Paris, festival president Pierre Lescure and artistic director Thierry Fremaux set the stage for an epic clash between the powers of good (including Steven…
In what was meant to be his English-language debut, Pedro Almodovar optioned a trio of short stories by Pulitzer-winning Canadian author Alice Munro about a Vancouver woman named Juliet Henderson…
Robinson Crusoe shared his oasis with birds and beasts aplenty, and thanks to the magic of computer animation, the critters finally get a chance to tell their side of the story in "The Wild Life."
No one does a livelier job of exposing the interior world of complex personalities than the World of Wonder duo, whose "Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures" achieves entertaining profundity without…
Steven Spielberg's big, family-friendly Roald Dahl adaptation, "The BFG," is set to unspool out of competition in Cannes nearly two months before its July 1 release in the States. Find out what else…
The Cannes Film Festival has unveiled the official poster its 69th edition, featuring a still from Jean-Luc Godard's "Contempt."
"Miss Sharon Jones?" Though the actual title for the soul singer's soul-bearing docu-portrait ends with an emphatic, life-affirming exclamation point, audiences could be forgiven for phrasing it as a…
There's entirely too much "Me" in "Me Him Her," an abrasively un-romantic non-comedy from screenwriter-turned-helmer Max Landis.