The kids are not all right in "The Here After," a cold, controlled, minimalist drama about the aftermath of a crime committed by a teen in contempo rural Sweden.
Cannes Film Festival
In advance of receiving the Cannes Film Festival’s honorary Palme d’Or, influential French director Agnes Varda addressed the issue of women in film during one of the Kering-sponsored talks. Varda…
CANNES — French auteur Jacques Audiard's "Dheepan," an intimately observed, mostly Tamil-language drama about a makeshift family of Sri Lankan refugees in Paris, was the unexpected winner of the…
Veteran U.S. independent producer Steven Paul has unveiled plans to expand into Asian talent management.
Having wrapped his Texas trilogy — "The Passage," "Low Tide" and "Stop the Pounding Heart" — Italian chronicler of the American margins Roberto Minervini heads next door to Louisiana, where he finds…
Some bigscreen love stories leave you wondering what the central couple saw in each other in the first place, but not "Two Friends."
When a certain school of social realism is dutifully imitated, what degree of authenticity remains? That's a question prompted by Laurent Lariviere's diverting but derivative debut feature.
Given the number of films in competition (19), the correspondingly infinite number of possible award/talent configurations, and the sheer impossibility of guessing at the individual and collective…
Icelandic comedy "Rams" emerged the winner of the Un Certain Regard section at this year's Cannes Film Festival, with former docmaker Grimur Hakonarson accepting the top prize from jury president…
Dapper, drole, vigorous, Cannes Cinefondation president Gilles Jacob, now 84, kicked off Friday's Cinefondation awards ceremony greeting festival president Pierre Lescure. Jacob joked his life was…