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Franz Rogowski on Michael Haneke, Terrence Malick and Being Germany’s Next Big Thing

From Haneke's 'Happy End' to Malick's upcoming 'Radegund,' the dancer turned actor has become an unlikely star by breaking all the rules.

Michael Haneke Slams #MeToo Movement as “Witch Hunt”

"This new puritanism colored by a hatred of men, arriving on the heels of the #MeToo movement, worries me," the Oscar-nominated 'Amour' director said.

Michael Haneke to Create First TV Series With ‘Kelvin’s Book’

The Austrian director of 'Amour' and 'The White Ribbon' is teaming with German group UFA Fiction on the English-language dystopian drama.

Isabelle Huppert Addresses the #MeToo Backlash in France

Following controversial statements from Catherine Deneuve and Brigitte Bardot, the French screen icon says, "It's important that all voices be heard."

Oscars: Michael Haneke on ‘Happy End’ and the Art of Making Audiences Uncomfortable

The Austrian auteur's foreign-languge entry stars Isabelle Huppert, Mathieu Kassovitz and Jean-Louis Trintignant in a darkly comic drama about a dysfunctional French family.

‘Happy End’: Film Review | Cannes 2017

Michael Haneke's new drama 'Happy End' focuses its disapproval on a wealthy French family led by iron matriarch Isabelle Huppert.

Cannes: Vanessa Redgrave’s Doc, Michael Haneke’s ‘Happy End’ Shine a Light on Global Refugee Crisis

Alejandro Inarritu's VR installation also attempts to explore what human rights organizations call the greatest global migration since the end of WWII.

Cannes: Michael Haneke’s ‘Happy End’ Debuts Picturesque Poster (Exclusive Image)

The two-time Palme d'Or winner's latest follows a European family during the refugee crisis.

Sony Pictures Classics Nabs Michael Haneke’s ‘Happy End’

Starring 'Amour' actors Isabelle Huppert and Jean-Louis Trintignant, the film follows a bourgeois family in the midst of the European refugee crisis.

European Films Still Struggle to Cross Borders

European releases outnumber U.S. titles four to one but few Euro films have an impact outside their home territory, new study finds.

Critic’s Notebook: Chantal Akerman Turned Resistance to Norms Into Art

The Belgian-born director was a highly influential pioneer of fine-art cinema with a strong feminist dimension.

European Filmmakers Call for Action in Refugee Crisis

Some 3,000 European film professionals have signed a pro-asylum petition, including Daniel Craig, Lea Seydoux and Oscar-winning directors Michael Haneke and Susanne Bier.