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Cannes 2013

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  1. Cannes: Sundance Selects Nabs 'Blue Is the Warmest Color' From Wild Bunch

    9:52 am 5/22/2013

    The deal marks the second of the festival between Sundance Selects and Wild Bunch, following the Marion Cotillard starrer "Two Days, One Night."Read more

  2. Apaches: Cannes Review

    9:50 am 5/22/2013

    Inspired by real events, director Thierry de Peretti probes the ugly underbelly of his native Corsica.Read more

  3. The Golden Cage (La Jaula de oro): Cannes Review

    9:45 am 5/22/2013

    Spanish director/co-writer Diego Quemada-Diez's debut feature, starring non-pro teen newcomers and premiering in Cannes' Un Certain Regard, dramatizes the plight of illegal migrants in Central America.Read more

  4. Live From Cannes: Michael Douglas, Matt Damon, Jerry Weintraub 'Behind the Candelabra'

    9:44 am 5/22/2013

    Michael Douglas reveals that director Steven Soderbergh planted the seed for the Liberace biopic back in 2000 when they were filming 'Traffic.' Read more

  5. Live From Cannes: James Franco on 'As I Lay Dying'

    8:30 am 5/22/2013

    James Franco talks to THR about his adaptation of William Faulkner’s novel.Read more

  6. All Is Lost: Cannes Review

    8:08 am 5/22/2013

    Robert Redford leads a rugged survival-at-sea story from the "Margin Call" director.Read more

  7. Cannes: Music Box Acquires German Surprise Hit 'Oh Boy' for U.S.

    7:50 am 5/22/2013

    Beta Cinema previously also sold the low-budget dramedy about a day in the life of a Berlin slacker to other territories.Read more

  8. Cannes: Tsui Hark's 'Detective Dee' Prequel Sells Wide

    5:05 am 5/22/2013

    "Young Detective Dee: Rise of the Sea Dragon," from China's Huayi Brothers has sold to France, India, Korea, Taiwan, Russia and across Southeast Asia. Read more

  9. Cannes: 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom' Sells to U.K., Other Markets

    4:58 am 5/22/2013

    The film, which The Weinstein Company will distribute in North America, has also been picked up for France, Germany, Brazil and Australia, among others.Read more

  10. Only God Forgives: Cannes Review

    4:56 am 5/22/2013

    Ryan Gosling reunites with his "Drive" director Nicolas Winding Refn in this bloodbath set in the Bangkok underworld, which premieres in the Cannes competition and also showcases an icy Kristin Scott Thomas.Read more

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