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Cannes: Nicolas Cage, Gerard Depardieu Films set for Directors’ Fortnight

Gaspar Noe's 'Climax' and Pierre Salvadori's Audrey Tautou-starring 'En Liberte!' are also in the lineup.

‘Eternity’ (‘Eternite’): Film Review

A host of French stars topline this century-sweeping drama from Oscar-nominated Vietnamese director Tran Anh Hung.

Cannes: Germany’s Tiberius Takes Audrey Tautou Starrer ‘Open at Night’

The indie distributor snatched up four titles ahead of the Cannes festival.

Altitude Sets Up French Joint Venture to Release Jacques Cousteau Biopic ‘The Odyssey’

The British distributor has partnered with France's Pan-Europeenne to release the film, which co-stars Audrey Tautou, in the U.K.

‘Microbe & Gasoline’ (‘Microbe et Gasoil’): Film Review

Writer-director Michel Gondry's latest dramedy co-stars Audrey Tautou.

Matthew Weiner: Berlinale Jury Duty Is Like “Judging Criminals”

The Berlin fest's 2015 jury, chaired by director Darren Aronofsky, met the press Thursday to share how it will approach the 19 films in competition.

Berlin Festival Names Full Jury, Including ‘Mad Men’ Creator Matthew Weiner

Daniel Bruhl and Audrey Tautou also join jury president Darren Aronofsky to help pick this year's Gold and Silver Bear winners.

Audrey Tautou on Reality Behind Michel Gondry’s Surreal ‘Mood Indigo’

The actress explains that many of the film's imaginative creations were made on set and calls working with the director "like being in the middle of a storm of ideas."

In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of ‘The Purge: Anarchy,’ ‘Sex Tape’ and More

What THR's critics are saying about the horror sequel and the raunchy Cameron Diaz-Jason Segel comedy, plus Disney sequel "Planes: Fire & Rescue" and Zach Braff dramedy "Wish I Was Here."

‘The Family Stone’ Director Thomas Bezucha to Remake ‘Priceless’ for uMedia

The remake of the French-language original, which starred Audrey Tautou, will shoot on location in the French Riviera next summer.

Chinese Puzzle (Casse-tête chinois): London Review

Older but only just a smidge wiser after their European adventures in "The Spanish Apartment" and "Russian Dolls," Romain Duris' Xavier and his many friends discover America and beyond.

‘Amelie’ to Become Broadway Musical

Composer Dan Messe of Brooklyn-based indie ensemble Hem is working on the adaptation with playwright Craig Lucas and co-lyricist Nathan Tysen.