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Cannes 2016

Russian Director Detained in Fraud Probe

Kirill Serebrennikov, whose 'The Student' won a Cannes award last year, was detained in a high-profile case of alleged embezzlement of state funds.

Russian Director Detained in $3.5M Fraud Probe

Kirill Serebrennikov, who last year won a Cannes award for 'The Student,' was arrested after a raid on his Moscow theater.

‘Toni Erdmann’ Favorite at German Film Awards Nominations

Maren Ade's tragicomedy, which was snubbed at the Oscars, received six nominations for Germany's top film prize, the Lolas, with three of the four best director nominees being women.

Russia’s Nika Film Awards Nominations Revealed

Kirill Serebrennikov's Cannes film 'The Student' scoops the highest number of nominations.

‘Lumiere!’: Film Review

In 'Lumiere!,' Cannes topper Thierry Fremaux presents and comments a selection of restored 50-second films made by cinema pioneers the Lumiere brothers between 1895 and 1905.

‘Raw’ Red Band Trailer Serves Cannibalism Without Words

The film made headlines when multiple audience members passed out during its fest screening last year.

15 International Breakout Talents of 2016

The Hollywood Reporter's pick of the foreign actors, directors and screenwriters who caught the world's attention this year.

‘Toni Erdmann’ Wins European Parliament’s Lux Film Prize

The German dramedy, which premiered in Cannes, is in the running for the 2017 foreign-language film Oscar.

‘Swagger’: Film Review

In 'Swagger,' music video director Olivier Babinet portrays a group of minority teenagers living in a troubled neighborhood outside of Paris.

‘Toni Erdmann’ Named Film of the Year by International Federation of Film Critics

Maren Ade's German comedy is the first feature by a female director to win FIPRESCI's Gran Prix.

Oscars: Switzerland Selects ‘My Life as a Courgette’ For Foreign-Language Category

Claude Barras' stop-motion animated feature about a 9-year-old orphan delighted critics at its debut in Cannes this year.

Korean Zombie Hit ‘Train to Busan’ Wins Top Prizes at Fantasia Film Fest

The wins come as the South Korea zombie pic breaks box-office records at home and is pursued by major studios for remake rights.