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Cannes 2016

Cannes: U.K. Industry Reacts to Ken Loach’s Palme d’Or Win

BBC Films head Christine Langan calls it a "stunning tribute to one of our most humane filmmakers."

Cannes: Canada Applauds Xavier Dolan Following Grand Prix Win for ‘It’s Only the End of the World’

Jessica Chastain, who is set to star in the Canadian director's next movie, tweeted: "Forever proud of you baby!!"

‘The Long Night of Francisco Sanctis’ (‘La Larga Noche de Francisco Sanctis’): Cannes Review

Argentinean rookie directors Andrea Testa and Francisco Marquez premiered their paranoid period thriller in the Un Certain Regard section of the Cannes Film Festival.

Cannes: ‘I, Daniel Blake’ Wins the Palme d’Or

The best director prize was awarded to both Cristian Mungiu for 'Graduation' and Olivier Assayas for 'Personal Shopper.'

Critic’s Notebook: Why Cannes’ ‘Elle’ is the Most Empowering “Rape Movie” Ever Made

Paul Verhoeven's film about a woman's complicated response to being raped will draw ire from feminists and others, but it's one of the bravest, most honest and inspiring examinations of the subject…

‘Blood Father’: Cannes Review

Mel Gibson headlines the latest feature from French director Jean-Francois Richet ('Assault on Precinct 13'), an action thriller costarring Erin Moriarty, Diego Luna and William H. Macy.

‘Peshmerga’: Cannes Review

French intellectual Bernard Henri-Levy follows Kurdish troops fighting ISIS on the ground.

Cannes: THR Critics Debate “Rape Comedy,” Overlong Movies and Award-Worthy Women

THR film critics discuss late festival favorite 'Elle,' the pros and cons of Shia LaBeouf starrer 'American Honey,' Kristen Stewart's swoon-worthy new performance and other loves and hates (and…

Cannes: ‘The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Maki’ Wins Un Certain Regard Prize

Matt Ross took the directing award for 'Captain Fantastic' at the event Saturday night.

Cannes: ‘Toni Erdmann,’ ‘Dogs’ Take Fipresci Prizes

French cannibal pic 'Raw' also received an honor for best first film in a sidebar.

‘Elle’: Cannes Review

Paul Verhoeven directs Isabelle Huppert in his first French-language feature, which premiered in competition in Cannes.

Cannes: Ranking the Top Luxury Brands on Social Media

The social media engagement of fashion brands rivaled celebrities on the Croisette.