Sarah may prefer to run, but she doesn’t get anywhere particularly notable in this determinedly flat character study from debuting Quebecois writer-director Chloe Robichaud. Sophie Desmarais gives a…
Cannes Film Festival
The unhealed wounds of post-apartheid South Africa get a brutal but superficial once-over in Jerome Salle's savagely violent cop thriller.
Another demanding and deeply rewarding investigation into the Holocaust from documentarian Claude Lanzmann.
Roman Polanski once again transfers a New York stage hit to the screen with maximum fidelity and facility, and a minimum of fuss.
If Larry Clark went to the French island of Corsica and made a film, it might look an awful lot like this sexy adolescent thriller.
CANNES — Confirming its status as one of the major revelations of year's Cannes Festival, Abdellatif Kechiche's "Blue is the Warmest Color" took the nod Saturday from the Fipresci Intl. Federation…
“A Touch of Sin” writer-director Zhangke Jia talks with Variety’s Steve Gaydos at The Variety Studio: Cannes Edition at Chivas House, presented by Chivas Brothers and sponsored by HP. “The common…
“As I Lay Dying” actress Ahna O’Reilly discusses her film’s director, James Franco, in conversation with Variety’s Steve Gaydos at the Variety Studio: Cannes Edition at Chivas House, presented by…
In conversation with Variety’s Steve Gaydos at The Variety Studio: Cannes Edition at Chivas House, presented by Chivas Brothers and sponsored by HP, “Fruitvale Station” actress Ahna O’Reilly talks…
Mexico’s Amat Escalante, the writer-director of the violent, drug-fueled film “Heli” talked with Variety’s Steve Gaydos at The Variety Studio: Cannes Edition at Chivas House, presented by Chivas…
Stereoscopic cinema desperately needs some wild, artistic directors to experiment with the format, though this clumsy omnibus amounts to little more than a vanity commission by the town of Guimaraes…