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Berlin: Jafar Panahi Wins Golden Bear for ‘Taxi’

The film was shot in secret to circumvent the Iranian government, which has banned Panahi from making movies.

Berlin: Charlotte Rampling Wins Best Actress for ’45 Years’

Rampling plays a woman questioning her marriage in Andrew Haigh's drama.

Berlin: Sundance Selects Takes Charlotte Rampling Drama ’45 Years’

The film, directed by Andrew Haigh, focuses on a long-time married couple who revisit old memories.

’45 Years’: Berlin Review

Andrew Haigh's Berlin competition contender is a quietly powerful study of a long-term marriage shaken by shock revelations and jealousy towards a long-dead love rival

Sundance: ‘The Forbidden Room’ Picked Up By Kino Lorber

Guy Maddin's latest ode to lost cinema had a world premiere in Park City and will open the Forum section in Berlin.

Young & Beautiful: Cannes Review

François Ozon's mesmerizing drama, screening in competition, centers on a high school "Belle de Jour" played in a luminous turn by emerging star Marine Vacth.

Night Train to Lisbon: Berlin Review

Jeremy Irons is back to playing parched and constipated as a Swiss classicist investigating the Portuguese dictatorship in this lumpy Europudding.

Restless: TV Review

A stellar cast including "Downton Abbey's" Michelle Dockery, perfect pacing and a fresh take on the British spy genre make this Sundance Channel mini great.

Ciaran Hinds, Charlotte Rampling, Natascha McElhone, Rufus Sewell Assemble for ‘The Sea’ in Ireland

The movie, adapted for the big screen by John Banville from his own novel, is directed by newcomer Stephen Brown.

Geoffrey Rush Feels Right at Home in ‘The Eye of the Storm’ (Video)

Rush, a best actor Oscar winner for "Shine" and star of the best pic Oscar winners "Shakespeare in Love" and "King's Speech," can now be seen in a tiny Aussie film.

Locarno to Honor Mexico’s Gael Garcia Bernal with Excellence Award

Garcia Bernal will be honored ahead of the August 8 screening of Pablo Larrain's "No," in which he plays the lead role.

Kylie Minogue, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Charlotte Rampling Add Glam to Paris Cinema Festival

The French capital's 10th annual festival kicked off Thursday night with a red carpet premiere of Leos Carax' "Holy Motors" and some VIP guests.