"He's good luck," says director Jim Jarmusch. "He's always ready to go to hell with me and back," says Julian Schnabel. "He was every day a warrior beside me," says Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu. Spike…
Cannes Film Festival
Capitol Group's ThinkFilm Intl. closed a raft of deals at Cannes for Alex de la Iglesia thriller "The Oxford Murders," starring Elijah Wood and John Hurt, and Italo B.O. hit "My Brother Is an Only…
"Paranoid Park" has made friends worldwide. Gallic mini-major MK2 sold the Gus Van Sant pic to 72 territories at Cannes, it said Wednesday as other distribs also announced deals made at the fest.
Grief seeks relief in beautifully mounted, but ponderous, mood piece from Japan's Naomi Kawase.
The message is diluted by the medium in Denys Arcand's "Days of Darkness (The Age of Ignorance)." Satirical swipe at the inanity, dehumanization and fascistic bureaucracy of modern-day life is…
"California Dreamin' (Endless)" was inspired by a Kosovo war incident.
Iranian officials have protested the Cannes Film Festival's decision to award the jury prize to Marjane Satrapi's "Persepolis."
The Cannes Film Festival's presentation of its actress award to Jeon Do-yeon for her role in "Secret Sunshine" has electrified South Korea, with immediate results expected at the box office as well…
Film reps a ponderous, self-indulgent cri de coeur from its helmer.
Several high-profile Cannes titles found distribution across Europe as the fest ended. In Germany, Concorde Filmverleih picked up Cristian Mungiu's Palme d'Or winner, "4 Months, 3 Weeks & 2 Days."…