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Cannes 2013

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  1. Eva Green, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Michael Raymond-James Join 'The Salvation' Cast

    2:18 am 4/22/2013

    The English-language drama from "The King Is Alive" director Kristian Levring also features "Hannibal" star Mads Mikkelsen and Mikael Persbrandt of "In a Better World."Read more

  2. Cannes: Critics’ Week Unveils Lineup

    1:13 pm 4/21/2013

    David Lowery’s "Ain’t Them Bodies Saints," starring Rooney Mara and Casey Affleck, will be among eleven features screening in the sidebar.Read more

  3. Double Joy for Japanese Film at Cannes

    12:00 pm 4/19/2013

    Takashi Miike's crime thriller "Straw Shield" (Wara no Tate) and Hirokazu Kore-eda family drama "Like Father Like Son" (Soshite Chichi ni Naru) will compete for the Palme d'Or. Read more

  4. Cannes Goes Sans South Korean Cinema for 2013 Lineup

    1:46 am 4/19/2013

    Anticipated works by Korean festival favorites Bong Joon-ho and Kim Ki-duk weren't ready in time to be considered for competition, but sidebar announcements still remain to be made. Read more

  5. Cannes: Chinese Cinema Returns to Official Competition

    5:40 pm 4/18/2013

    Jia Zhangke's "A Touch of Sin" is the first Chinese entrant for Palme d’Or in three years, while Hong Kong's Flora Lau premieres debut in the Un Certain Regard sidebar.Read more

  6. Cannes: Todd McCarthy on the Promise of This Year's Lineup

    10:18 am 4/18/2013

    The American contribution to the festival is notable both in quantity and the names involved. Read more

  7. Cannes 2013: India Shows Strong Presence With 'Bombay Talkies,' 'Monsoon Shootout'

    3:54 am 4/18/2013

    The two Indian titles in the festival program have a common link with director Anurag Kashyap while the Cinefondation jury includes Indian actress Nandita Das.Read more

  8. Cannes 2013: Sierra/Affinity to Shop Jon Stewart's Iranian Political Drama 'Rosewater' (Exclusive)

    11:25 am 3/27/2013

    Stewart is taking a 12-week break from "The Daily Show" this summer to shoot the UTA-packaged film, which marks his feature directorial debut.Read more

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