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Cannes 2017

Dark Star Takes Larry Cohen Doc ‘King Cohen’ for North America (Exclusive)

The film features interviews with the likes of Martin Scorsese and J.J. Abrams.

Franz Rogowski on Michael Haneke, Terrence Malick and Being Germany’s Next Big Thing

From Haneke's 'Happy End' to Malick's upcoming 'Radegund,' the dancer turned actor has become an unlikely star by breaking all the rules.

‘The Square’ Star Claes Bang Joins Sci-Fi Thriller ‘The New Mrs. Keller’

'Taken' helmer Pierre Morel will direct for Lakeshore Entertainment.

Cannes: Bertrand Bonello to Head Short, Student Film Juries

The 'Saint Laurent' director will oversee the two categories.

John Malkovich Joins Ted Bundy Thriller ‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile’

Zac Efron stars as the notorious serial killer and Lily Collins as his longtime girlfriend in Voltage Pictures' feature, which Joe Berlinger is directing.

French Box Office 2017: Local Titles Soar (Even ‘Valerian’)

Luc Besson's space epic 'Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets' flopped in the U.S. but delivered in the director's home country, part of a comeback for French-made films last year.

Critics’ Notebook: Besson Fizzled but ‘Raw,’ ‘BPM,’ ‘Faces Places’ Elevated Minor Year for French Films

The Hollywood Reporter's Paris-based critics reflect on French cinema in 2017, which saw a surprise presidential victory, a mostly unexceptional homegrown crop in Cannes and a major international sci-fi flop.

‘The Square’ Leads European Film Awards With Five Nominations

Berlin festival winner 'On Body and Soul' and French AIDS drama 'Beats Per Minute' are also strong contenders for this year's EFAs.

Oscars: Italy Selects Martin Scorsese-Produced ‘A Ciambra’ for Foreign-Language Category

The country holds the record for most foreign-language wins.

Oscars: Russia Selects ‘Loveless’ for Foreign-Language Category

The film premiered in the official selection at Cannes.

Oscars: Germany Selects ‘In the Fade’ for Foreign-Language Category

Diane Kruger won the best actress prize in Cannes for the film, in which she plays a German woman whose Kurdish husband is killed in a neo-Nazi terrorist attack.

Oscars: Sweden Selects Cannes Winner ‘The Square’ for Foreign-Language Category

Claes Bang and Elisabeth Moss star in the satire set in the modern art world.