Variety film critics Scott Foundas, Justin Chang and Peter Debruge dissect the first few days of the 66th Cannes Film Festival.
Justin Timberlake was on colorful display Wednesday in Cannes at the Foresight Unlimited party for "Spinning Gold," a biopic about the late music mogul Neil Bogart, which the singing-acting and now…
Francois Ozon's mid-career roll continues with this nuanced, emotionally temperate study of a bourgeois teenage girl who takes up prostitution.
A spiritual sequel of sorts to 'The Social Network,' Sofia Coppola's film offers a lively and fascinating look at a real-life teen crime spree.
Scarlett Johansson has signed up to direct her first feature, a film adaptation of the Truman Capote's nearly-lost novel "Summer Crossing."
For City National Bank, Cannes is as much about fact-gathering as it is shaking hands. Three of its entertainment division bankers — David Acosta, senior VP and team leader; David Oliver, VP and…
There was plenty of Baz-razzmatazz as the 66th Cannes Film Festival bowed with a mix of fun, lofty hopes and melancholy that F. Scott Fitzgerald would have appreciated. In the spirit of opener "The…
The producers behind "ABCs of Death" are getting ready to add more letters, announcing a sequel to last year's anthology horror pic to shop at Cannes.
A look at top titles making market debuts.
Variety's critics will see much of the Cannes selection, but which pics are they really excited about? The answers below
The 12-day Cannes gathering is actually four events in one: the festival, the market, the media binge and an international schmooze-a-palooza, where people from the other three groups can meet with…
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