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Look into Cannes’ crystal ball

As the industry prepares to say auf wiedersehen to Berlin, attention turns to who will be hearing the words, "Bienvenue a Cannes!"

Shooting Star: Hafsia Herzi

Hafsia Herzi had no acting experience beyond working as an extra when she auditioned for Abdellatif Kechiche's immigrant family tale "The Secret of the Grain." She landed the role of Rym, a feisty…

Reading the Palme for Cannes lineup

As the industry prepares to say "auf wiedersehen" to Berlin, attention turns to who will be hearing the words: "Bienvenue a Cannes!"

Clermont-Tonnerre takes reins of French biz

French producer Antoine de Clermont-Tonnerre, who took over last month as president of Unifrance, which promotes Gallic cinema abroad, comes into the job at a good time.

Harry’s pal is growing up

Rupert Grint, who plays Ron Weasley in the "Harry Potter" franchise, has moved on to more grown-up pastimes.

Rupert Grint takes gritty turn in ‘Cherrybomb’

Forget quidditch. Rupert Grint, who plays Ron Weasley in the "Harry Potter" franchise, has moved on to more grown-up pastimes.

‘Centurion,’ ‘LOL’ latest in string of Pathe deals

Pathe International has closed a string of deals at the European Film Market for its market titles, with more pending for its festival entries, the company said Sunday.

Green equals green

Big business and polluters are in the crosshairs of hot Berlinale titles.

Globalization in crosshairs of Berlinale pics

Big business and polluters are in the crosshairs of hot Berlinale titles.

Pathe ‘LOL’-ing all the way to the bank

Pathe International has closed a string of deals at the European Film Market on its market titles, with more pending on its festival entries, the company said Sunday.

Alice Waters sinks her teeth into Berlinale

What is the recipe for a balanced film festival jury? Berlinale chief Dieter Kosslick this year decided American restaurateur and food writer Alice Waters would spice up the mix alongside the usual…

Good news, bad news at Berlinale

Opinions are mixed at this year's European Film Market.