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    The Real Minority at Cannes – Jane Campion Carrying the Torch

    Women in Cinema: With the 2014 Cannes Film Festival already underway, which took off May 14 and will run until the 25, there have already been major headlines from the prestige festival which include a red-carpet faux pas between a reporter and America Ferrera, the overwhelming panning of the Harvey Weinstein-distributed Grace of Monaco to the […] More

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    Michel Hazanavicius’ ‘The Search’ Gets an International Trailer and Poster

    CANNES FILM FESTIVAL: It’s been three years since Michel Hazanavicius captured the hearts of Oscar voters and won Best Picture with his silent film, The Artist.  The film won 5 Academy Awards including Best Director for the French filmmaker, and Best Actor for Jean Dujardin.   At the Cannes Film Festival, his newest film The […] More

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    Watch the First Clip for Ryan Gosling’s ‘Lost River’

    I really have no idea what to expect with Ryan Gosling‘s directorial debut Lost River. Once called How to Catch a Monster, Gosling has said he was influenced by his work with Derek Cianfrance and Nicolas Winding Refn, which is an interesting combination, to say the least. In advance of its debut at the Cannes […] More

  • ‘Maps to the Stars’ debuts at Cannes…is David Cronenberg back?

    For a good long while now, David Cronenberg hasn’t been himself. Very few of his recent works have been nearly as twisted as you’d expect from the filmmaker, nor have they been particularly well received. You probably have to go back to A History of Violence and Eastern Promises to find the last time a […] More

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    Cannes: ‘The Homesman’ Delivers Good Performances with a Few Mixed Feelings

    It’s been a few years since Tommy Lee Jones directed the HBO movie Sunset Limited and over 8 years since his last film hit movie theaters, but it seems that he hasn’t lost a step. His film The Homesman premiered at Cannes and received generally good notices although it seems that the film could prove […] More

  • ‘Foxcatcher’ Premieres at Cannes – Oscars Come a Knockin’ for Miller and the Cast

    After what has felt like an eternity of a wait, Bennett Miller’s upcoming psychological thriller Foxcatcher has debuted at the Cannes Film Festival and the word is that we have an Oscar contender in our midst.  Starring Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, and Mark Ruffalo, the film was originally slated for release last December before surprisingly […] More

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    ‘The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby’ Brings Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy to the Oscar Race

    CANNES FILM FESTIVAL: The Cannes Film Festival continues on this weekend and the European community got a look at the now combined version of Ned Benson’s The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby starring Academy Award nominee Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy.  Being distributed by the Weinstein Company, the film, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival […] More

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    The Weinstein Company Picks Up John Carney’s next film at Cannes

    It appears that Harvey Weinstein is staying in the John Carney movie business, as over at the Cannes Film Festival they’ve made a deal for his next flick. The film is called Sing Street and is apparently not just hit follow up to Begin Again (which The Weinstein Company bought last year at Toronto back […] More

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    Open Road Acquires ‘Nightcrawler’ Starring Jake Gyllenhaal

    Over at the Cannes Film Festival, the movie sales are coming in hot and heavy. The latest film to be picked up for distribution is the thriller Nightcrawler, which stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a freelance crime journalist and marks the directorial debut of scribe Dan Gilroy. Open Road Films will handle the flick, and with […] More

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