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Berlin: Paul Verhoeven on Isabelle Huppert, ‘Elle’ and How RoboCop Is Like Jesus Christ

The Dutch director also discusses 'Showgirls' and how he got "fed up with science fiction."

Berlin Film Festival Adds Maggie Gyllenhaal, Diego Luna to Jury

German actress Julia Jentsch and Chinese director Wang Quan'an are also among those who join jury president Paul Verhoeven to judge this year's Berlin competition lineup.

Oscar-Nominated Filmmakers on Creating Art in a Shifting Political Landscape: “It Can’t Be Business as Usual”

Contending directors and producers reveal their hopes and plans for the future of cinema under President Trump. Says '20th Century Women' helmer Mike Mills, "I'm trying to figure out how to make work…

Golden Globes: ‘Elle’ Wins Best Foreign-Language Film

The 74th annual awards show, hosted by Jimmy Fallon, took place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday.

Critics’ Conversation: Isabelle Huppert, K-Stew in Paris, Depicting Terrorism and More From the Year in French Film

THR's two Paris-based film critics look back at a year in movies highlighted by Isabelle Huppert's double tour de force, a slew of mediocre blockbusters and questions of national identity.

Berlin: ‘Elle’ Director Paul Verhoeven 2017 Jury President

The Dutch director, also known for 'Starship Troopers," 'Robocop' and 'Basic Instinct,' will head up the international jury for the 2017 Berlin International Film Festival.

‘Basic Instinct’ to “Hollywood Prison”: Paul Verhoeven on Sex, His Religious Awakening and New Rape Film ‘Elle’

The director of 'RoboCop' and 'Total Recall' saw his career take a beating with 'Showgirls' and 'Starship Troopers,' but after a decade, the provocateur opens up about his quasi-breakdown and his…

Paul Haggis, Paul Verhoeven to Give Master Classes at Marrakech Film Fest

Russian director Pavel Lounguine also will speak at the festival in Morocco's capital.

Toronto: Why Isabelle Huppert Never Plays The Victim (Q&A)

The French film legend talks about smashing female stereotypes with 'Elle,' 'Things to Come' and 'Souvenir,' all three of which are screening at the Toronto film fest.

Donald Sutherland’s ‘Milton’s Secret’ to Premiere at Vancouver Film Festival

Vancouver will also screen Nate Parker's 'The Birth of a Nation,' Andrea Arnold's 'American Honey' and Jim Jarmusch's 'Paterson.'

Critic’s Notebook: Why Cannes’ ‘Elle’ is the Most Empowering “Rape Movie” Ever Made

Paul Verhoeven's film about a woman's complicated response to being raped will draw ire from feminists and others, but it's one of the bravest, most honest and inspiring examinations of the subject…

‘Elle’: Cannes Review

Paul Verhoeven directs Isabelle Huppert in his first French-language feature, which premiered in competition in Cannes.