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Toronto Adds Sarah Gavron’s ‘Rocks,’ Julie Delpy’s ‘My Zoe’

Sarah Gavron's 'Rocks,' Julie Delpy's 'My Zoe' and Darius Marder's debut feature 'Sound of Metal' are set to receive world premieres as they compete in the Platform juried competition at the 2019…

Critic’s Notebook: The Obsession With Female Royalty Is Really an Obsession With Female Trauma

Stories about queens saturate both big and small screens far more frequently than those about kings, because we love tales of traumatized women.

‘The Square’ Wins Big at 2017 European Film Awards

Ruben Ostlund's Swedish satire swept the night, winning honors for best film, director, screenplay and actor.

Julie Delpy Uses European Film Prize to Raise Money for ‘My Zoe’

The French multihyphenate, who was receiving an award in Berlin, called on the audience to buy raffle tickets to help her gap finance her new movie, which just lost a key backer.

European Film Awards: Watch the Live Stream

Swedish art world satire 'The Square' is a frontrunner for this year's awards, which air Saturday from Berlin.

Julie Delpy Says “Sexist” Financier Pulled Out of Her Film ‘My Zoe’ (Exclusive)

'They told me, to my face, that female directors are emotional and unreliable," the veteran writer-director-actress tells THR.

European Film Academy to Honor Julie Delpy

The French actress and director will receive the academy's European Achievement in World Cinema prize.

‘The Bachelors’: Film Review | LAFF 2017

J.K. Simmons stars as a grieving widower alongside Julie Delpy and Josh Wiggins in Kurt Voelker's tightly focused drama, 'The Bachelors.'

Berlin: Julie Delpy Joins Ensemble Comedy ‘The Bachelors’

J.K. Simmons is set to star in the feature, written and directed by Kurt Voelker.

‘Wiener-Dog’: Sundance Review

Todd Solondz's latest revolves around a dachshund and her encounters with various dysfunctional suburbanites.

FilmRise Acquires U.S. Rights to Julie Delpy’s French Romantic Comedy ‘Lolo’ (Exclusive)

The New York-based art-house distributor will release the film theatrically in the U.S. in March.

Why Karl Lagerfeld Recently Rode the Subway

Julie Delpy lured the Chanel guru to a place he hadn't been for years, much to his delight. "He was ready to spend the whole day there."