Over the past two decades, Australian director Rolf de Heer has premiered four films in Cannes: "The Quiet Room" (1986), "Dance Me to My Song" (1998), "Ten Canoes" (2006) and now "Charlie's Country."…
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With British cinema overrun as ever with grimy London gangland tales, there is precious little territory that hasn't yet been covered within the genre: Even the narrative tension between crime and…
In contrast with most documentaries made in the wake of an historic event, "Maidan" will last beyond the current Ukrainian upheaval to stand as compelling witness and a model response to a seminal…
Philippe Lacote's debut is an elliptical journey into the history of the Ivory Coast.
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired Wim Wenders and Juliano Ribeiro Salgado’s “The Salt of thte Earth,” which won Un Certain Regard’s Special Prize Award at the Cannes Film Festival. The documentary…
The story of a woman and her young son fleeing from a domestic violence situation is told simply and skillfully in "Refugiado."
PARIS– IFC Films is in advanced negotiations to acquire the rights to “Bird People,” Pascale Ferran’s Un Certain Regard player that stars “The Good Wife’s” Josh Charles as an American business…
The jury of the 67th annual Cannes Film Festival handed out its awards on Saturday night. Jane Campion served as president of the jury, which also included Willem Dafoe, Carole Bouquet, Gael Garcia…
Here’s a live stream of the 67th Cannes Festival Awards. You can also follow along below for updates, commentary and winners from Variety’s staff.
Welcome to our 67th Cannes Film Festival Awards live blog, with up-to-the-minute winners, photos and commentary from the Lumiere Theater.