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Cannes 2011

Lars Von Trier’s ‘Nymphomaniac’ Campaign Birthed From Nazi Comments at Cannes

The campaign's creators said they got the job after the filmmaker was hit with the fallout from his comments at a 2011 press conference for "Melancholia" about "understanding Hitler."

‘Drive’ Director Nicolas Winding Refn to Attend Munich Festival

The Munich fest will screen an homage to the Danish director, including his famed "Pusher" trilogy.

Andreas Dresen’s Cancer Drama ‘Stopped on Track’ Wins Big at German Film Awards

Roland Emmerich's Shakespeare drama "Anonymous" wins six Lolas, sweeping the technical categories.

‘Melancholia’ Wins Denmark’s Bodil Award for Best Film

Jennifer Lawrence-starrer "Winter's Bone" takes the best U.S. film honor.

‘Volcano’ Erupts At Eddas

Icelandic drama sweeps local awards in Germany, taking five trophies, including best film and best director.

‘The Snows of Kilimanjaro’ Wins European Parliament’s LUX Prize

Robert Guediguian’s drama premiered in Cannes’ Un Certain Regard sidebar.

‘The Artist’: The Not-So-Silent Entry

How Michel Hazanavicius' silent feature is angling to become the first non-talkie to win the best picture prize in 83 years.

Lars Von Trier Imposes Voluntary Gag Order on Himself After Police Questioning

Controversial Danish director says he will not do any interviews in the future.

The Weinstein Co. Takes Sean Penn Drama ‘This Must Be the Place’ for North America

The film, directed by Paolo Sorrentino, debuted at this year's Cannes Film Festival.

Lars von Trier Takes Back Apology for Nazi Statements

The "Melancholia" director says he is "not sorry" after all for his comments made earlier this year at a press conference at the Cannes Film Festival.

Lars Von Trier Wants Stellan Skarsgard For Porno Project ‘Nymphomaniac’

"Lars called and said 'my next film will be a porno, I want you to play the lead,'" Skarsgard says.

Pedro Almodóvar, Antonio Banderas Reunite in ‘The Skin I Live In’ Trailer (Video)

The Sony thriller from the Oscar-winning director features the actor as a mad plastic surgeon.