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Cannes 2016

Asaph Polonsky’s ‘One Week and a Day’ Wins Jerusalem Film Festival

The drama about parents grieving for their lost son, won the top honor for best Israeli film, while Albert Serra's 'The Death of Louis XIV' took the best international film prize.

Asghar Farhadi’s ‘The Salesman’ Wins Best International Film Award at Munich Festival

'All Three of Us,' the directorial debut of French-Iranian comic Kheiron, takes the fest's audience award.

Front Row Snaps Up Over 23 Cannes Titles for Middle East, North Africa

The distributor acquired buzzy titles including 'Under the Silver Lake,' 'The Killing of a Sacred Deer' and 'Rebel in the Rye.'

Munich Festival Books Cannes Titles for Competition

Palme d'Or contenders 'The Salesman,' 'Sieranevada' and 'Aquarius' will all screen at the German summer festival.

Cannes: Netflix Takes Worldwide Rights to French Thriller ‘Divines’

Houda Benyamina's film, set in the French banlieues, won the Camera d'Or for best first film in Cannes.

SVOD Service Mubi Picks Up Cannes Un Certain Regard Winner, Competition Entry

The streamer takes theatrical and digital rights to 'The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Maki' and 'Ma Loute.'

Cannes Hit ‘Toni Erdmann’ to Open Munich Film Festival

Maren Ade's comedy about a strained father-daughter relationship stars Peter Simonischek and Sandra Huller.

#PretaPostcards: This Is How Makeup Artist Sabrina Bedrani Did Cannes

Hint: It involved Bella Hadid, Kirsten Dunst and a lot of beauty products.

Cannes Deals Wrap: The Fest “Was Odd” Says One Exec as Few Gems Emerge

Sony Pictures Classics nabbed the fest's best reviewed film 'Toni Erdmann,' while Sundance Selects walked away with Palme d'Or winner 'I, Daniel Blake.' Says SPC co-president Michael Barker of this…

Cannes: Hollywood Reporter’s Film Critics Pick Palme d’THR and 6 Other Winners

'Elle,' 'Paterson' and 'Personal Shopper' were among the best of the fest.

‘A Yellow Bird’: Cannes Review

This feature debut from Singaporean director K. Rajagopal stars Sivakumar Palakrishnan as an Indian Singaporean trying to get his life back on track after he's been released from prison.

Cannes: A Fest of Few Lows, But Only One Real High

A sluggish Cannes competition closed on a triumphant note with Paul Verhoeven's brilliant dark comedy about a rape victim, while American entries ranged from strong (early Oscar contender 'Loving')…