The official screenings here are in a knotty situation about ties. When, oh when, will this horrible oppression of men end?
DreamWorks made a big splash with a seaside launch of "Shark Tale" Friday. At the Miramar Espace theater, a capacity crowd lapped up a 45-minute presentation, with scenes from the animated pic…
Festgoers kicked up their Achilles heels Thursday as Warner Bros.' "Troy" bowed out of competition at the Palais.
They're here, they're mad, get used to it. The demonstrations that began during Wednesday's opening-night ceremonies will continue throughout the fest, protesters vowed, as other signs of worker…
Marilyn Monroe: 42 years after her death, she's hotter than ever. Organizers of the 57th fest, painfully aware of last year's criticism that Cannes was too dry and elitist, have gone 180 degrees…
This year's Cannes opener, Pedro Almodovar's "Bad Education," and Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" serve as timely reminders that film and religion can intersect with startling results.
If the film industry is to survive the age of piracy, "it must adopt new business models," warned U.K. Film Council CEO John Woodward. The pic biz has to help the public "easily buy what they'd…
All the factions in last year's screener wars are still sticking to their guns -- meaning no clear resolution of the conflict this year. Those points seemed apparent to those who attended a…
About 35 years ago, John Lennon declared the Beatles more popular than Jesus. Well, careers go up and down, but right now, Jesus is again Da Man.
Timothy M. Gray: Reel Life
Daytime television has the power to change lives -- and, apparently, to help end them. On March 4, district attorney Gene Haynes of Mayes County, Okla., said he would not press charges against Teri…