Iranian filmmaker Mohammad Rasoulof's "Lerd" won the top prize in the Un Certain Regard section at the Cannes Film Festival this evening.
A meta-film in which Jeanne Balibar, refreshingly unaffected, is an actress playing French singer Barbara in a film made by an obsessed director.
By far the most important ingredient for any artist is life experience: When storytellers try to tackle anything more realistic than a by-the-numbers superhero movie, it helps to have had your heart…
If Olivier Assayas's "Personal Shopper" took a step down from Hermès to H&M, the result would be something like "Never Ever."
In the roving, restlessly imaginative films of Arnaud Desplechin, everything is in flux and nothing is nailed down. Like Greek gods and goddesses fallen to earth, his characters rant and storm…
No one behaves quite like a human being in Eugene Green's "Le Fils de Joseph," yet a soulful sense of humanity emerges from their heightened declamations anyway.
An old family estate reveals a fresh family scandal when a globe-trotter decides to revisit the house where he grew up in Jean-Paul Rappeneau's "Families."
"Life is strange," Paul Dedalus declares more than once in Arnaud Desplechin's "My Golden Days" — and it's also rich and intensely personal, as we experience firsthand in this marvelously vivid…
PARIS– French actor-helmer Mathieu Amalric's "The Blue Room," one of the highlights of Cannes' Un Certain Regard, is set to travel to a flurry of territories. Produced and sold by Paulo Branco's…
Sundance Selects has snapped up North American rights to Mathieu Amalric's “The Blue Room” shortly after its world premiere at Cannes’s Un Certain Regard section. The film stars Amalric, Stephanie…
Not a chamber piece in the most literal sense, but with all the poky airlessness that its title implies, "The Blue Room" represents a disappointing return to Cannes for actor-turned-auteur Mathieu…