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Cannes 2014

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.

‘Macadam Stories’ (‘Asphalte’): Cannes Review

Isabelle Huppert and Michael Pitt star in French director Samuel Benchetrit’s fifth feature

Marrakech Fest: Japanese Cinema in ‘Crisis’ Claims Hirokau Kore-Eda (Q&A)

"The stars are no longer going to Tokyo but to Shanghai," says the director of Cannes winner 'Like Father, Like Son'

Cannes Winner Takes Berlin’s World Cinema Prize

Nuri Bilge Ceylan's 'Winter Sleep' is Turkey's candidate for the best foreign-language film Oscar

Berlin: Wim Wenders Homage to Trace Director’s Legacy

The festival will screen 10 of Wenders' films, from the 1970s through to 2012 Oscar nominee 'Pina'

‘Leviathan’ Wins Poland’s Camerimage Festival

Andrei Zvyagintsev’s Cannes winner is Russia's official entry for the 2015 foreign-language Oscar race

’71,’ ‘The Tribe’ and ‘Party Girl’ Among European Discovery Nominees

Spanish dramas '10,000 KM' and 'Wounded' also up for European Film Academy's best first feature prize

Oscars: Stunning Number of Foreign-Language Submissions Debuted in Cannes

Of the 38 films that screened on the Croisette in competition or as part of the Un Certain Regard section this year, nine are now their nation's official Oscar entry

Abu Dhabi Film Festival Adds Cannes, Toronto Favorites to Lineup

The upcoming event also features a number of Arab titles, several financially-backed by the festival

Oscars: France Selects ‘Saint Laurent’ for Foreign-Language Category

Bertrand Bonello's story of the late fashion designer premiered at Cannes

Oscars: Belgium Picks ‘Two Days, One Night’ for Foreign-Language Category

The workplace drama from directing duo Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne stars French actress Marion Cotillard