Lionel Baier's period comedy delights in film history, but feels too forced and artificial in its striving for 1970s screwball vibe.
Buzzy pics ranging from horror and suspense to comedies that sales agents are pushing for international distribution at the annual bazaar.
Production-designed to the max, absurdist comedy from tyro French helmer Mikael Buch offers an unholy alliance of camp and farce that both celebrates and mocks gay and Jewish stereotypes.
"Love Songs" helmer Christophe Honore again forges a song-sprinkled narrative out of intertwined stories of love and grief.
A full year after it was initially floated as a hot fest prospect, Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life" is set to make its world premiere in May at the Cannes Film Festival.
Casting of gay-porn star Francois Sagat will accrue more hype than anything else in this self-indulgent relationship drama.
This rather loose-hinged version of "A Christmas Tale" is only partially held together by Honore's direction.
Although the beautiful person topping "La Princesse de Cleves" is truly stunning, she may be the only flawless element in this shaky but intriguing contempo teen drama.
Juggling 13 tunes into any musical is difficult enough, so it's no surprise the task comes close to overwhelming "Love Songs."
A tale of maternal grief to which some viewers will say "Good grief!" while others may be genuinely moved, "Apres lui" puts Catherine Deneuve front and center to compelling, if somewhat overwrought…