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Marion Cotillard and Adam Driver to Open Cannes with Musical ‘Annette’

Annette, the new musical drama from French director Leos Carax, starring Marion Cotillard and Adam Driver, will open the 74th Cannes Film Festival, premiering in competition in Cannes on Tuesday…

Mari Torocsik, Hungarian Star of ‘Sunshine’ and ‘Music Box,’ Dies at 85

She appeared in more than 170 films and was an iconic figure of cinema in Eastern Europe after World War II.

MIPTV: ‘First Day’ Director Talks Transgender TV Representation: “It Means They’re Visible”

Julie Kalceff created the groundbreaking Australian mini-series about Hannah Bradford, a young trans girl played by Evie Macdonald who navigates high school, friends and family life as her authentic…

Film Festivals, Human Rights Groups Call for Release of Belarusian Director

The Sundance, Berlin, and Cannes Film Festivals, along with numerous human rights and film industry groups, have called for the immediate release of Tatsiana…

Cannes Moves Market Dates to June

The digital Cannes market, a prescreening event before the July festival, was initially planned for late May.

Cannes Sets Dates for Pre-Festival Online Market

The Cannes Marche will hold online-only screenings for market and select festival titles in May, ahead of the planned in-person festival in July.

Cannes to Hold Virtual Film Market Ahead of Festival

Bowing to pressure from the industry, Cannes will hold its second online-only film market in May, ahead of this year's planned in-person film festival in July.

Cannes Film Festival Names Spike Lee Jury President

Organizers unveiled the head of the international competition jury for the 74th edition, which has been delayed due to the COVID-19 lockdown in France to July 6-17. 

Cannes Weighing Pre-Festival Virtual Market Screenings

The possible online event in May or June will be based mostly around industry screenings of market titles, sprinkled with some festival titles.

Cannes Film Festival Delayed to July 2021

Responding to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the marquee French event has rescheduled the dates for this year's edition.

‘Josep’: Film Review

French cartoonist Aurel directed the animated feature 'Josep,' a portrait of Spanish artist Josep Bartolí that was included in the Cannes 2020 Official Selection.

AFM: Dea Kulumbegashvili on Her Bold, Feminist Debut ‘Beginning’

Georgian filmmaker Dea Kulumbegashvili discusses her bold, and overtly feminist, choices in her directing debut 'Beginning.' The story of a woman's struggles in an insular Jehovah's Witness community…