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  1. Critic's Notebook: Todd McCarthy on How Francis Ford Coppola and 'E.T.' Turned Cannes Into a Frenzied Mammoth

    6:00 am 5/9/2016

    THR's chief film critic argues that in the five decades since the festival's inception, Catherine Deneuve, fax machines and Twitter helped shift a boutique fest — largely ignored by the American press — into the all-consuming event it is today.Read more

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  2. Anatomy of a Cannes Disaster: What Happened After 'Southland Tales' Was Booed

    5:30 am 5/9/2016

    "I was dazed, confused and deafened by the boos," said Roger Ebert after 2006's festival premiere of the dystopian satire from 'Donnie Darko' director Richard Kelly, who'd turned down an 'X-Men' sequel before Hollywood turned on him. But, says Kevin Smith, "He [still] can be one of our greatest filmmakers."Read more

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  3. Cannes: Prince Albert Celebrates New $80M+ Superyacht That Isn't Only About Indulgence

    11:00 am 5/7/2016

    The Monaco royal is among the supporters of Yersin, an eco-friendly ship that offers 1-percenter luxuries in the name of scientific research.Read more

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  4. Where to Shop in Cannes: 3 Haute New Boutiques

    10:00 am 5/7/2016

    At the city's new Dior, Van Cleef & Arpels and Weill shops, your dollar will go far (the Euro is just a few cents above its historic low in March 2015). Read more

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  5. How to Find "Savvy" Money for Your Movie

    1:00 pm 5/6/2016

    Producer Celine Rattray, who doubled her investors' money on 'The Kids Are All Right' and now has 'American Honey' at Cannes, talks about her upcoming project with Jessica Chastain and explains the complex new rules for global filmmakers ahead of her participation in Winston-Baker's seventh annual International Film Finance Forum, co-sponsored by THR.Read more

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  6. Cannes: Why Sean Penn's 'The Last Face' Filmed in South Africa

    12:00 pm 5/6/2016

    Producer Bill Gerber reveals how the country's versatile locales and movie production incentives made it the ideal location for the festival entry starring Charlize Theron.Read more

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  7. 3 Stars, 85 Looks: A Top Stylist's Whirlwind Dressing Natalie Portman, Sienna Miller, Rachel Weisz at Cannes

    11:00 am 5/6/2016

    THR's No. 1 power stylist Kate Young reveals how she nailed looks for three of her A-list clients at last year's festival: "Fashion in France is like a national treasure, and they take it quite seriously."Read more

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  8. DirecTV Censors Viceland's Dirty Show Listings

    10:00 am 5/6/2016

    Programming guides have abbreviated 'Fuck That's Delicious' to 'That’s Delicious' and retitled 'Balls Deep' to 'B.Deep.'Read more

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  9. Rights Available! Golden Boy Space Cadet Leads Mission to Save Galaxy in New YA Novel

    9:00 am 5/6/2016

    Matthew Pearl's 'Into the Shadows,' along with Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman's 'The Andromeda Cycle,' are both ripe for optioning.Read more

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  10. Cannes: Hollywood's Fears Amid Warnings of Possible ISIS Attacks on Euro Beach Destinations

    6:45 am 5/6/2016

    "I’d be happy to see dogs roaming the lobby of the Carlton," says Sony Pictures Classics' Tom Bernard as the city calls on a former Israeli military commander, 200 armed police, undercover cops and the use of 500-plus security cameras to protect the 200,000 people who will attend the festival. Read more

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