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David Cronenberg on U.S. Politics: Canadians “Think Everybody in the U.S. Is Completely Insane”

The Canadian director and stars Viggo Mortensen, Lea Seydoux and Kristen Stewart discuss his body-horror shocker 'Crimes of the Future.'

Cannes: Tom Hollander to Star in Bille August’s ‘Me, You’ for Brilliant Pictures

Daisy Jacob and Alessandro Gassmann have also been cast in the film, based on the novel by Erri De Luca.

Cannes: David Cronenberg “Very Touched” By ‘Crimes of the Future’ Audience Response at World Premiere

The director's latest movie, which stars Viggo Mortensen, Léa Seydoux and Kristen Stewart, was showered in 6 minutes of applause after the film screened at the Palais late Monday evening.

Sony Pictures Classics Nabs Lea Seydoux-Starrer ‘One Fine Morning’

Mia Hansen-Løve directed the feature, which premiered out of competition at the Cannes Film Festival.

Ticket Headaches, Lost Luggage and Stolen Phones: Festival Woes Plague Cannes

Drama with the fest's online ticketing portal has been the No. 1 offender on the nuisance list: "I hope they find a way to make the system work as well as it always has."

Lea Seydoux Talks Cannes, ‘Crimes of the Future’ and ‘Emmanuelle’ at Live ‘Awards Chatter’ Recording

The conversation for Scott Feinberg's popular Hollywood Reporter podcast took place in the Campari lounge and was co-presented by THR and SAG-AFTRA in association with OuterInsight.

Cannes Flashback: Viggo Mortensen and David Cronenberg’s History Began at the Fest

The duo met at the Cannes Film Festival in 2001, where Mortensen unveiled preview footage from 'The Lord of the Rings.'

Cannes: Why Greek Cinema Is Having a Moment

With five films in the fest lineup, Greece is experiencing its strongest showing in years, and insiders say the current boom is the result of a years-long effort to support the local industry following the financial crisis of the late 2000s.

Cannes: WME Independent Heads on Moving Film Sales and Financing In-House

"It's like having a hundred producers sitting on the floor below you," said Alex Walton, who heads WME Independent with Deborah McIntosh.

‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Director Talks Volleyball, F-18s and Tom Cruise

Joseph Kosinski worked with the Navy and his cinematographer to place six cameras into the cockpit of an F-18.

Cannes: Highland Film Group, BuzzFeed Studios Ink Film Deal, Launch Lea Thompson Rom-Com ‘Manville’ (Exclusive)

The deal will see BuzzFeed develop films, which Highland will sell internationally and release in the U.S. via its The Avenue distribution arm.

Cannes: Doona Bae Thinks She’s Boring, But We Respectfully Disagree

In Cannes with two titles this year — Hirozaku Kore-eda’s 'Broker' and July Jung’s 'Next Sohee' — the actress reflects on her varied career, her role in the global success of Korean content and why she still loves acting: “Being in front of the camera is the thing that makes me feel most alive”