Anurag Kashyap's grittily stylized crime thriller is a more scattershot and pedestrian outing than his brilliant "Gangs of Wasseypur."
Cannes Film Festival
Writer-director Rebecca Zlotowski's sophomore feature is an engrossing, superbly acted working-class melodrama.
The idea of David Lynch directing a concert movie of Duran Duran remains far more exciting than the result.
PARIS — Samuel and Victor Hadida's Metropolitan Filmexport, a top distrib of U.S. indie pics in Gaul, went on a shopping spree at Cannes. The outfit nabbed Martin Scorsese's “Silence” as part of…
Rob Stewart, who directed the 2012 film “Revolution,” in conversation with Variety’s Steve Gaydos at The Variety Studio: Cannes Edition at Chivas House, presented by Chivas Brothers and sponsored by…
Writer/Director Alex van Warmerdam (“Borgman”) in conversation with Variety’s Steve Gaydos at The Variety Studio: Cannes Edition at Chivas House, presented by Chivas Brothers and sponsored by HP…
This electric crime drama should further build Russian multihyphenate Yuri Bykov's reputation on the international circuit.
Deadpan comedy and handsome landscapes distinguish this tonally uneven but enjoyable Western-inspired tale.
Rithy Panh's sobering chronicle of his years under the Pol Pot dictatorship raises fascinating and problematic questions of representation.
While Hollywood's most colorful movie aficionado, Harvey Weinstein, was by far the most active U.S. buyer at the 12-day annual event, overall sales lagged behind last year's market.
Naked capitalism hit the screen at Cannes, but it was steamy "Blue" that bared the fest's soul.