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‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Lea Seydoux (‘Crimes of the Future’ and ‘One Fine Morning’) [LIVE]

Lea Seydoux is, at just 36, the reigning queen of Cannes. The distinguished French actress first attended the world’s most famous film festival in 2007 and has rarely missed an edition since, having had more than a dozen films in which she appears screen here — including two in 2022, David Cronenberg’s sci-fi Crimes of […]

Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in August

Take a look at the titles that will disappear from Netflix this month.

Director Abdellatif Kechiche: Why I’m Selling My Palme d’Or (Exclusive)

The director of 'Blue Is the Warmest Color' explains his decision to sell off his trophy, and art works from the film, to finance his new movie.

‘Blue Is the Warmest Color’ Director to Auction Off Palme d’Or to Pay for New Film (Exclusive)

Abdellatif Kechiche also will sell several oil paintings featured in the 2013 Cannes winner to finish postproduction on his upcoming 'Mektoub, My Love.'

Inside ‘The Tribe’: How the Sign-Language Crime Drama Triumphed at Cannes

The Ukrainian film’s director and star describe the project's challenges, from first nude scenes to shooting during street protests.

IFC Films’ Jonathan Sehring on ‘Boyhood’s’ Oscar Campaign and ‘Crouching Tiger 2’ Backlash

The indie film veteran, who also runs Sundance Select, dishes on the joys of day-and-date, new distributors like A24 and Bleecker Street and how ?to react when a filmmaker calls you a "punk" and a "vampire"

‘The Reunion,’ ‘Waltz For Monica’ Split Sweden’s Guldbagge Awards

Anne Odell's drama set at a class reunion and Per Fly's jazz biopic dominate Sweden's version of the Oscars.

New York Film Critics Circle Awards: Steve McQueen Heckled By Film Critic

The "12 Years a Slave" director was razzed from the audience by Armond White upon taking the stage in tears following a moving intro by Harry Belafonte.

Best of 2013: THR Awards Analyst Scott Feinberg’s Top 10 Films

Personal faves include a mix of indies and studio pics, a music doc, an NC-17 love story, a Danish character study, a dialogue-free drama and a 3D thriller.

Oscars: Surprises and Snubs in the Best Foreign-Language Film Shortlist (Analysis)

With Iran's "The Past" and other high-profile contenders not among the final nine, several specialty film distributors are up in arms -- but the Academy's foreign-language committee chairman stands behind his group's selections.

European Film Awards: ‘The Great Beauty’ Takes Top Prize

Italy's Oscar candidate takes best film, actor and director trophies while Cannes winner "Blue Is the Warmest Color" is snubbed.

Oscars: Why Sex Isn’t ‘Blue Is the Warmest Color’s’ Only Problem (Analysis)

The Palme d'Or winner is challenging the Academy's squeamishness — but it's a tough year for a potential rookie best actress, as well.