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Venice Film Festival Unveils International Juries

Joanna Hogg, Ludivine Sagnier and Christian Petzold join jury president Cate Blanchett to judge the competition titles at the 77th Venice International Film Festival.

Cannes: Chanel Backs Relaunch of Art House Streamer Le Cinéma Club (Exclusive)

Fashion giant Chanel is backing the June relaunch of Le Cinéma Club, a global free streaming service that focuses on art house films.

Claire Denis on How Stephen Hawking Inspired ‘High Life’

Director Claire Denis describes the inspirations behind her unconventional film 'High Life,' featuring incarcerated astronauts and a nefarious fertility doctor played by Juliette Binoche: "She's the…

Critic’s Picks: An April To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

A tribute to French filmmaker Claire Denis, a retrospective devoted to Bruce Dern, the annual TCM Classic Film Festival and a series of vintage noirs are among options for SoCal cinephiles this month.

Critics’ Conversation: In a Year of Unease, French Cinema Failed to Engage

THR's Paris-based critics ponder the best, worst and most baffling of French cinema in a year that ended with upheaval but failed to produce many films that meaningfully reflected the national mood.

Claire Denis Talks ‘High Life,’ Casting Robert Pattinson and Her Long Path to Filmmaking

Filmmaker Claire Denis, the 72-year-old French auteur, was at Thierry Fremaux's Lumiere Festival for the French premiere of her new sci-fi drama 'High Life,' which stars Robert Pattinson.

‘High Life’: Film Review | TIFF 2018

Robert Pattinson and Juliette Binoche star in French director Claire Denis' first English-language effort 'High Life,' which world premiered in Toronto.

Toronto: Claire Denis to Receive Roger Ebert Golden Thumb Award

Claire Denis, the French auteur director of 'High Life' and 'Chocolat,' will receive the Roger Ebert Golden Thumb Award from the Toronto Film Festival.

Berlin First Look: Robert Pattinson in Claire Denis’ ‘High Life’ (Exclusive)

The director's English-language and sci-fi debut also stars Juliette Binoche, Mia Goth and Andre Benjamin.

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…

Why Robert Pattinson Was the Perfect Actor for Claire Denis’ Sci-Fi Movie

The art house helmer tells THR of making 'High Life,' researching astrophysics and facing her fear of special effects.

‘Bright Sunshine In’ (‘Un beau soleil interieur’): Film Review | Cannes 2017

French auteur Claire Denis ('Beau Travail,' 'I Can't Sleep') premiered her latest film 'Let the Sunshine In' as an opening night selection in the Cannes Directors' Fortnight sidebar.