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How Salma Hayek Pulled Off a Cannes Mariachi Stunt

The actress coordinated a Mexican sing-along surprise to close the festival's 70th anniversary gala dinner.

Cannes: Alejandro G. Inarritu Goes to the Heart of the Refugee Crisis With VR Installation

The Oscar-winning director's six-and-a-half minute project, 'Carne y Arena,' made with cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki, is the first virtual reality film to screen at the Cannes festival.

‘Song to Song’: Film Review | SXSW 2017

Premiering as the opening-night film at SXSW, Terrence Malick's latest, 'Song to Song,' finds Rooney Mara balancing affairs with Michael Fassbender and Ryan Gosling.

Tribeca: Alfonso Cuaron and Emmanuel Lubezki Dissect Their Oscar-Winning Friendship

The Oscar-winning director and cinematographer spent an evening teasing each other as they reflected on their lifelong collaboration at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Ben Affleck: Alejandro G. Inarritu “Is Given to Occasional Overstatement” About Superhero Films

Affleck, who stars as the Dark Knight in 'Batman v Superman,' was referring to an Inarritu comment that superhero movies are "cultural genocide."

Oscars: Leonardo DiCaprio’s Fans Hit Streets in Mexico City to Celebrate Win

Sunday will go down as an historic night at the Oscars for Mexican talent, but surprisingly it was Leonardo DiCaprio who got most of the praise at a post-Oscars fiesta in the nation's capital.

BAFTA Awards: Emmanuel Lubezki Wins Fourth Cinematography Honor

The Mexican lenser won for 'The Revenant,' picking up his third BAFTA in three years.

BAFTA Cinematography Nominations: Three-Time Winners Lubezki, Deakins to Face Off

Shortlisted in the same year for the first time, they will go up against one-time winners Janusz Kaminski and John Seale, as well as first-time nominee Ed Lachman.

Mexico 2015 in Review: Televisa vs. Trump, ‘Spectre’ Shoot Controversy

The country's longest-running TV show was canceled, and 'The Revenant,' with Leonardo DiCaprio, again causes awards season buzz for Mexico's Alejandro G. Inarritu and Emmanuel Lubezki.

How ‘Hateful Eight,’ ‘Mad Max’ Cinematographers Got Their Oscar-Contending Looks

John Seale, who worked on 'Fury Road,' says of creating the movie's aesthetic with director George Miller, "[His] initial instinct was to not go with the standard look of a postapocalyptic film, the…

Leonardo DiCaprio’s ‘The Revenant’ Debuts: Brutal, Gory, Oscar-Bound? (Analysis)

THR's awards analyst offers his take on the prospects of Alejandro G. Inarritu's vehicle for Leonardo DiCaprio following its big unveiling.

Oscars 2015: Emmanuel Lubezki Becomes Second Cinematographer to Win Back-to-Back Honors

The Mexican's Academy Award for 'Birdman' follows last year's for 'Gravity' and his back-to-back BAFTAs win.