Kornel Mundruczo's update of "Frankenstein" is not exactly a Promethean achievement.
Cannes Film Festival
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.
FIPRESCI plaudits go to one outstanding film in Cannes Competition, Un Certain Regard and either Directors' Fortnight or Critics' Week.
"Sellers" turns on three people who embark on an eventful road trip to sell paintings.
Quelle difference a film makes.
The 2010 Cannes film market introduced no radical shifts -- but it offered a series of small innovations that could be laying the groundwork for major changes.
For the first time in more than a decade, a Hindi film played in Cannes. Bollywood pics "My Name Is Khan" and "3 Idiots" have broken records at the box office. Warner's "Atithi tum kab jaoge?" and…