Adam Driver and Rooney Mara are in talks to play lovers in “Annette,” a music-filled drama to be directed by cult French helmer Leos Carax (“Holy Motors”). Rihanna, who recently appeared in Luc…
"The return of phantoms, of impossible beings," is how actress Eva Mendes describes Leos Carax's work during her appearance in "Mr. X," a reverent tribute to the French auteur that makes him out to…
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PARIS– Michael Haneke’s “Amour” swept the 38th Cesar Awards Friday, taking home wins for film, director, actress (Emmanuelle Riva), actor (Jean-Louis Trintignant) and original screenplay. “Amour”…
PARIS Thesp-helmer Noemie Lvovsky’s romantic second-chance comedy “Camille Rewinds” is the surprise leader in the race for France’s Cesar awards with 13 nominations, besting Michael Haneke’s…
Benoit Jacquot's period drama "Farewell, My Queen" was awarded the Louis Delluc prize by Cannes Film Festival prexy Gilles Jacob and a jury of French critics on Friday in Paris, kicking off the…
SITGES -- Leos Carax's surrealistic dramedy "Holy Motors" swept Catalonia's 45th Sitges Festival awards Saturday, collecting film, director and Sitges' Critics and Silver Melies Awards.
The Indomina Group has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Leos Carax's French drama "Holy Motors" on the heels of its screeninng in official Cannes competition.
Audaciously giving itself license to do whatever it wants, Leos Carax's narratively unhinged, beautifully shot and frequently hilarious "Holy Motors" coheres -- arguably, anyway -- into a vivid jaunt…
The press screenings at the Cannes Film Festival typically end with a round of polite applause, scattered boos, or a schizoid mix of both; far rarer are the sounds of actual whooping and hollering.
A complete list of the screenings set for the Cannes Film Festival