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France’s Lumiere Awards: ‘Mustang’ Takes Top Honors

The Oscar-nominated film won best film, best first feature and acting prizes, while Isabelle Huppert recieved a career honor.

Watch the Directors of All 9 Oscar-Shortlisted Foreign Films Discuss Their Work

THR's Scott Feinberg spoke with the filmmakers behind the Oscar submissions from Belgium, Colombia, Finland, Germany, France, Hungary, Jordan, Ireland and Denmark.

Scott Feinberg’s Top 10 Films of 2015

THR's awards analyst includes on his list of personal favorites a variety of dramas and comedies, indies and studio pics and American and foreign films.

Palm Springs Film Fest: Directors of Oscar-Shortlisted Foreign Language Films to Participate in Panel

THR's Scott Feinberg will moderate the conversation with the people behind Hungary's 'Son of Saul,' France's 'Mustang' and the seven other finalists, all of which will screen during the fest.

‘Mustang’ Director on How France’s Turkish-Language Oscar Submission Straddles Two Cultures

Deniz Gamze Erguven's drama about five sisters got the Cannes seal of approval and defied categorization, as its Turkish-French helmer also resisted being pigeonholed. "I was so tired [of] the object…

‘Youth’ Wins Big at European Film Awards

Paolo Sorrentino's lastest picture wins best film and best director, while Michael Caine and Charlotte Rampling take acting honors at the 28th EFAs, held in Berlin on Dec. 12.

CAA Signs Director of France’s Oscar Entry (Exclusive)

Deniz Gamze Erguven's drama 'Mustang' also won the Directors' Fortnight Europa Cinemas award at Cannes in May.

Oscars: France Selects ‘Mustang’ as Foreign-Language Submission

Deniz Gamze Erguven's drama, which took Cannes' Directors' Fortnight Europa Cinemas award, follows five Turkish sisters who have their basic freedoms stripped from them as they become women.

Cannes: Cohen Group Steers ‘Mustang’ to North America

The Turkish drama screened in the festival's Directors' Fortnight sidebar.

‘Mustang’: Cannes Review

Five Turkish adolescent sisters have their basic freedoms unjustly stripped from them in director Deniz Gamze Erguven's understated feminist drama.