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Rebecca Keegan

Senior Editor, Film

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The War in Ukraine Presents a Tale of Two Cannes

From Ukrainian President Zelensky’s address on opening night to a vivid anti-war protest on the red carpet, the real world has punctured the fest bubble in stark and unsettling ways this year

Cannes Diary: The Content Creators Have Conquered the Croisette

At a festival known for star power, the biggest and brightest this year may be social media phenoms like Khaby Lame, who have swooped in to help usher Cannes into the brave new world of digital media.

Cannes: James Gray, Anne Hathaway Moved to Tears During ‘Armageddon Time’ Premiere

The Focus Features release contained a trenchant critique of the conservative politics of the era, with actors playing members of Donald Trump's family.

Cannes Diary: Why Tom Cruise Is Our Biggest — and Most Elusive — Movie Star

The 'Top Gun: Maverick' star is in a class by himself as a genuine Hollywood legend, but will we ever meet the person behind the larger-than-life persona?

‘Jeen-Yuhs’ Took Two Decades to Make — Camera-Ready Success Came Quicker

Hot directors Clarence "Coodie" Simmons and Chike Ozah spent years documenting one of the most famous music stars on the planet, but their career plan was always bigger than one man.

Cannes Diary: What Happened to the Women’s Movements That Rocked the Fest?

Four years ago, prominent industry feminists marched on the Palais, the #MeToo movement was exploding and Thierry Frémaux promised to work toward gender parity. Now, scandals at Time’s Up and Collectif 50/50 have left women largely on their own.

Tom Cruise on Why ‘Top Gun’ Sequel Would “Never” Go to Streaming and Why He Does His Own Stunts

Prior to 'Top Gun: Maverick' making its Palais debut at the Cannes Film Festival, the superstar sat down for a conversation about his career.

Cannes Diary: Is Masking Up the Biggest Fashion Faux Pas at the Fest This Year?

COVID protocols were everywhere at last year’s festival. This year? Not so much. For festgoers still on guard against the pandemic, attempts to avoid a super spreader event seem downright passe.

Has the Magic Returned to the Cannes Film Festival and Market?

Buyers and sellers, critics and cinephiles alike hope that 2022 is the year that the Croisette bounces back as a place for art, business and a desperately needed sense of community.

Cannes: ‘Rust’ Producer Says “We’ll Be Able to Complete the Movie”

'Rust' producer Anjul Nigam, who is bringing a new movie to Cannes with fellow producer/star Alec Baldwin seven months after the shooting tragedy, tells The Hollywood Reporter he's optimistic moviegoers will eventually be able to see the Western.

Bill Hader Created a Killer to Cope

How the 'Barry' star went from anxiety-prone 'SNL' breakout ("full-blown panic attacks, crying, the whole thing") to HBO’s in-control assassin auteur.

A Historic ‘CODA’ Win for Apple and Will Smith Confrontation Cap a Strange Oscars

A noteworthy step forward for both inclusion and the streaming industry, the 'CODA' win was overshadowed by a shocking moment between best actor winner Smith and comic Chris Rock.