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AFM: Berenice Bejo to Star in Lone Scherfig’s Adaptation of ‘The Movie Teller’

Bérénice Bejo, who rose to fame as the Oscar-nominated star of The Artist, is set to lead BAFTA nominee Lone Scherfig’s upcoming adaptation of The Movie Teller. Antonio de la Torre (Marshland) will also star in the film, first adapted by Palme D’Or nominee Walter Salles (The Motorcycle Diaries) and Rafa Russo from Hernán Rivera Letelier’s […]

Berlin Festival Unveils Competition Jury

‘The Artist' actress Bérénice Bejo, 'Manchester by the Sea' writer Kenneth Lonergan and 'Hannah Arendt' producer Bettina Brokemper have been added to the Berlin International Film Festival competition jury, joining jury president Jeremy Irons in picking this year's Gold and Silver Bear winners.

Indian Star Dhanush Meets Difficult British Official in ‘Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir’ Clip

Indian star Dhanush embarks on a wild intercontinental journey in the June 21 movie release 'The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir,' an exclusive clip from which The Hollywood Reporter is debuting above.

‘Nothing to Hide’ (‘Le Jeu’): Film Review

In 'Nothing to Hide,' French action director Fred Cavaye ('Point Blank,' 'Anything for Her') remakes a high-concept formula that has already been a major hit in Italy and Spain.

‘Funan’: Film Review | Annecy 2018

Berenice Bejo and Louis Garrel lend their voices to Denis Do’s debut animated feature, 'Funan,' about a Cambodian family torn apart by the reign of the Khmer Rouge.

‘The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir’: Film Review

Tamil movie star Dhanush toplines 'The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir,' an adaptation of Romain Puertolas' best-selling book about a man from Mumbai who gets lost in Europe.

‘Three Peaks (Drei Zinnen)’: Film Review | Locarno 2017

Berenice Bejo co-stars with Alexander Fehling and newcomer Arian Montgomery in Jan Zabeil's German-Italian drama 'Three Peaks,' a prize winner at the Swiss festival.

‘Eternity’ (‘Eternite’): Film Review

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

‘After Love’ (‘L’Economie du couple’): Cannes Review

Joachim Lafosse ('Our Children') returns to Cannes with a family drama starring Berenice Bejo ('The Artist') and actor-director Cedric Kahn ('Roberto Succo').

‘Sweet Dreams’ (‘Fai bei sogni’): Cannes Review

A boy’s grief over his mother’s death is prolonged by family lies in director Marco Bellocchio’s adaptation of a journalist’s bio.

Berenice Bejo Signs With UTA (Exclusive)

The Oscar-nominated star of 'The Artist' previously was with CAA.

Ventana Sur Film Market Kicks off Its Sixth Edition

Latin America’s biggest film market brings a Cannes Film Week, adds a European Screenings Day and strengthens its genre sidebar