Cannes: Thierry Fremaux Blames "Flatgate" Controversy on "One Security Guard"
The festival director says that more scrutiny was placed on Cannes than any other film event, including the Oscars, and weighed in on the debate over the number of female directors in the selection.
Cannes: 'By Sidney Lumet' Doc Captures the Helmer's Radical, American Vision
Nancy Buirski's film on the director of '12 Angry Men' and 'Dog Day Afternoon' premiered at the Cannes festival.
Cannes: THR Critics Pick Their 10 Favorite Films (So Far)
Standouts at the midway point include a lesbian love story, a harrowing Auschwitz-set thriller, a dystopian satire starring a potbellied Colin Farrell and new diversions from Woody Allen and Pixar.
Cannes: John Lasseter Previews Pixar, Walt Disney Animation Slates
He showed new footage from 'Moana,' 'Finding Dory' and 'Zootopia' and said Disney Animation was “quite broken when we came in, morale was really low.”
'Youth': Cannes Review
Paolo Sorrentino's second English-language feature stars Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel as two aging artist friends with different ideas about how to wrap up their creative careers.
Cannes: THR's Photo Portfolio With Matthew McConaughey, Cate Blanchett, Salma Hayek and More
The stars of 'Carol,' 'Sea of Trees,' and other festival breakouts were photographed on the Croisette for THR's exclusive Cannes portfolio.
- Cannes: Karlie Kloss Talks Starring in Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" Music Video
- Cannes: THR's Chief Film Critic Todd McCarthy Names Best and Worst Films of the Festival (Video)
- Cannes: Inside the amfAR Gala With Kendall Jenner, Jourdan Dunn and Tom Ford
- Cannes: Behind the Scenes With Supermodel Natasha Poly
- Cannes: Frances McDormand Talks "Flatgate" Controversy, Hollywood Pay Disparity (Video)
- Cannes: 'Embrace of the Serpent' Tops Directors' Fortnight Awards
Hollywood's First Female Exec and First Black Oscar-Winning Screenwriter Discuss Industry's Diversity Problems (Podcast)
‘Gerard Depardieu: Larger Than Life’ (‘Depardieu grandeur nature’): Cannes Review
The French screen icon is the subject of a 60-minute Cannes Classics documentary
‘Ingrid Bergman In Her Own Words’: Cannes Review
An intimate portrait of the luminous diva is told through her diary and family members
'Yakuza Apocalypse' ('Gokudo daisenso'): Cannes Review
Prolific Japanese genre extremist Takashi Miike goes crazy with vampires, gangsters, martial arts mayhem, earthquakes, volcanoes and frog monsters. Whatever.
‘The Little Prince’ ('Le Petit Prince'): Cannes Review
This lavish co-production uses a starry cast including Jeff Bridges, Marion Cotillard and Rachel McAdams to retell Antoine de Saint-Exupery's classic work of children's fiction
'Arabian Nights — Volume 2: The Desolate One' ('As mil e uma noites — Volume 2, o desolado'): Cannes Review
The second part of Portuguese auteur Miguel Gomes' three-film saga looks at the causes and consequences of a nation in crisis.