Timothy M. Gray: Reel Life
Ray-Bans and Cannes -- could it get any hipper? After taking a hiatus from the fest last year, the Luxottica-owned sunglasses manufacturer is back, making celebs look even cooler on the Croisette.
It's not easy to be a producer. You need good projects, strong connections, tenacity and lots of money.
Frodo lives! But who knew he lived in the south of France? Even jaded Cannes party-goers were impressed at New Line's spectacular whoop-de-doo Sunday night, which was part backyard barbecue and part…
In town to tout his latest pic, Ken Russell promises that "this is the film my fans have been waiting for. After this, they can die happy."
Becoming the first non-Euro so honored, Lawrence Bender on Sunday was saluted as the Cannes Film Festival's producer of the year, essentially a lifetime achievement award. Holding the trophy, Bender…
New Line kicked off its three-"Rings" circus in a big way this week. Cannes is famous for its film promotions, but it's hard to remember a pic with a splashier launch here than "The Lord of the…
Festgoers were singing in the Baz tub Wednesday night as "Moulin Rouge" kickstarted the 54th annual Cannes Intl. Film Festival with high-stepping and plenty of ooh-la-la hoopla.
What hath Cannes wrought? After making a huge splash at the fest here last year, "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" went on to boffo B.O. and multiple Oscars. This year, it may be a coincidence that…
Festgoers were singing in the Baz tub Wednesday night as "Moulin Rouge" kicked off the 54th fest with high kicks, hoopla and ooh-la-la.
Miramax Films nabbed domestic rights to "People I Know," the Al Pacino starrer from Myriad Pictures. Myriad retains international distribution rights.