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Cannes 2015

No Dress Code for Berlin Film Fest Red Carpet

"I'm not going to turn away a woman wearing flats...or a man in high heels," said Berlin festival director Dieter Kosslick, taking a poke at a dress code controversy in Cannes.

Matthew McConaughey Drama ‘The Sea of Trees’ Moves to A24 (Exclusive)

The film shifts from Roadside Attractions/Lionsgate, which picked it up days before its world premiere in competition at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.

Cannes: Penelope Cruz to Star in Drama ‘Layover’

Toni Kalem will direct the film, which Fortitude International will introduce in Cannes.

France 2015 in Review: A Year Framed by Terror

The 'Charlie Hebdo' and Paris attacks overshadow industry happenings, including a major shake-up at CanalPlus and the Cannes Film Festival's unpopular heels-only shoe policy.

Foreign-Language Oscar Spotlight: of Sheep and Men in Iceland Entry ‘Rams’

Grimur Hakonarson's stark comedy is the story of two estranged brothers, both sheep farmers, whose flocks are threatened by a disease outbreak.

TIFF: Zak Hilditch’s Next Film ‘Numbskull’ Gets Financing

The Australian director is also turning his last film, 'These Final Hours,' into a TV series with Luc Besson's EuropaCorp.

TIFF: Cohen Media Group Takes ‘Les Cowboys’ for U.S.

The drama is the directorial debut of 'Rust and Bone' screenwriter Thomas Bidegain.

International Film Critics Vote ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Year’s Best Film

Director George Miller's apocalyptic action film beat out more arthouse titles including Jafar Panahi's 'Taxi' and Laszlo Nemes' 'Son of Saul.'

Palme d’Or Winner Jacques Audiard Reveals First English-Language Feature

The French filmmaker behind 'Dheepan,' 'Rust and Bone' and 'A Prophet' tells French radio his new project will be a western starring John C. Reilly.

Harvey Keitel Talks Being Press Shy, Playing Bad Guys and Indie Film

The 'Pulp Fiction' star said he doesn't like providing personal fodder to sell a movie.

Culinary Documentary ‘Noma’ Sells to Germany, Korea

Pierre Deschamps's film shows the struggles of Danish chef Rene Redzepi, who went from from rejected outsider to Michelin two-star celebrity chef.

SquareOne Takes Marlon Wayans’ ‘Fifty Shades’ Spoof for Germany

The actor stars in the spoof, which pokes fun at the 'Fifty Shades of Grey' franchise.