BIM Distribuzione has snapped up Italo rights to Cannes Palme d'Or winner "Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives," capping a relatively active Cannes Market for Italian buyers, despite their…
Cannes Film Festival
Irksomely touting the tired notion that simple people teach us how to be our true selves.
After getting off to a slow start for U.S. acqusitions, the pace picked up towards the end of Cannes.
Oliver Laxe runs out of ideas pretty quickly in black-and-white, attractively shot but aimless pic.
Director Apichatpong Weerasethakul won the Palme d'Or on Sunday night.
Kornel Mundruczo's update of "Frankenstein" is not exactly a Promethean achievement.
A traditional but emotionally rich adaptation of Allan Stratton's novel "Chanda's Secrets."
Rarely has a sequel been quite so contrary to the spirit of the film that spawned it.
A girl's belief that her dead father's soul lives on forms the supernatural core of "The Tree."
Interpretations of this brief and disturbing feature from writer-director Lodge Kerrigan will vary wildly.
Beating out strong contenders, South Korean comedy "Hahaha," from writer-director Hong Sang-soo, took the top Un Certain Regard Prize.