• The Hollywood Reporter on LinkedIn
  • Follow THR on Pinterest

Cannes 2014

Latest News

  1. Cannes: Sony Pictures Classics Nabs 'Leviathan' for U.S.

    4:42 am 5/24/2014

    The film, from Russian director Andrey Zvyagintsev, is in competition at the fest. Read more

    • 0
  2. Cannes: 'Winter Sleep' Wins the Palme d'Or

    11:04 pm 5/23/2014

    Julianne Moore took best actress for "Maps to the Stars" while Bennett Miller nabbed best director for "Foxcatcher."Read more

    • 7
  3. Quentin Tarantino Celebrates 'Pulp Fiction' at Cannes: 'Now Rip Out a Joint and Light It Up'

    1:28 pm 5/23/2014

    UPDATED: Tarantino, Uma Thurman and John Travolta show up on the beach to host a packed public screening of the cult classic two decades after it won the Cannes Film Festival's top prize. Read more

    • 1
  4. 'Showrunners': Cannes Review

    12:02 pm 5/23/2014

    J.J. Abrams, Joss Whedon, Shawn Ryan, Damon Lindelof and Terence Winter are among the many TV series creators featured in Irish director Des Doyle's documentary.Read more

    • 0
  5. Cannes: 'Love at First Fight' Takes Three Directors' Fortnight Awards

    10:45 am 5/23/2014

    The feature directorial debut of French director Thomas Cailley swept the 46th annual sidebar competition.Read more

    • 5
  6. Cannes: Todd McCarthy on 'Pulp Fiction' at 20, Secret Screening and Drinks with Tarantino

    9:40 am 5/23/2014

    The Hollywood Reporter's chief film critic recalls being "suitably amazed by the explosive power, daring structure, outrageous humor and all-round audaciousness" of the "unique, exciting" movie.Read more

    • 0
  7. Cannes Video: THR's Chief Film Critic Todd McCarthy Breaks Down this Year's Palme d'Or Candidates

    9:24 am 5/23/2014

    From Bennett Miller's Foxcatcher, starring Channing Tatum and Steve Carell, to the Dardenne brothers' drama Two Days, One Night, starring Marion Cotillard, Todd McCarthy lists the frontrunners for this year's big award. McCarthy also calls out a few festival films that didn't live up to expectation.Read more

    • 0
  8. Cannes: Singing Scenes Add Musical Spark Across Lineup

    8:54 am 5/23/2014

    "We saw lots of films with sequences of characters singing songs together -- often in a car," says festival director Thierry Fremaux.Read more

    • 0
  9. 'Pride': Cannes Review

    8:21 am 5/23/2014

    A bitterly divisive strike in Margaret Thatcher's Britain fosters an unlikely union of solidarity between embattled mineworkers and militant gays in this rousing true story.Read more

    • 1
Syndicate content