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Cannes 2013

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  1. The Owners: Cannes Review

    11:50 am 5/27/2013

    The quietly unnerving debut of Argentinean filmmakers Agustín Toscano and Ezequiel Radusky premiered in the Cannes Critics’ Week section.Read more

  2. Cannes Win for 'Blue is the Warmest Color' Hailed as 'A Symbol' in French Gay Marriage Debate

    6:23 am 5/27/2013

    Steven Spielberg and the Cannes jury deny playing politics, but the Palme d'Or win for Abdellatif Kechiche's lesbian love story comes amid protests against gay marriage.Read more

  3. Cannes: THR's Video Interviews With Fest Award Winners

    10:10 pm 5/26/2013

    The cast and director of Palme d'Or recipient "Blue Is the Warmest Color" along with best actor winner Bruce Dern and the "Fruitvale Station" cast were among those giving THR exclusive interviews at the fest.Read more

  4. Cannes: Japan's Hirokazu Kore-eda Wins Jury Prize

    4:38 pm 5/26/2013

    His family drama "Like Father, Like Son" marked the first Japanese win in the category in 26 years.Read more

  5. Live From Cannes: Tilda Swinton on 'Only Lovers Left Alive'

    4:23 pm 5/26/2013

    Oscar-winning actress Tilda Swinton talks to THR about Jim Jarmusch's vampire love story. Read more

  6. Todd McCarthy's Cannes Awards Analysis

    3:48 pm 5/26/2013

    THR's chief film critic weighs in on the ceremony, which saw the sexually explicit "Blue Is the Warmest Color" awarded the top prize.Read more

  7. Wakolda: Cannes Review

    3:38 pm 5/26/2013

    Noted Argentine director Lucia Puenzo films her novel about a Nazi war criminal hiding out in Patagonia.Read more

  8. Cannes: 'The Past' Director Asghar Farhadi on Censorship in Iran, Future Projects

    2:54 pm 5/26/2013

    His competition title, which won Berenice Bejo the best actress award, got positive reviews and more awards season buzz for the first Iranian Oscar winner.Read more

  9. Live From Cannes: James Gray on ‘The Immigrant’ and Working with Marion Cotillard

    1:35 pm 5/26/2013

    “The movie was written for Marion Cotillard, even though Marion Cotillard is French and not Polish obviously,” says the director. Read more

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