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Two Days, One Night

Brexit Seen as “Dreadful News” for European Films in U.K.

Oscar-winning titles such as 'Son of Saul' and 'Ida' received grants from the EU's MEDIA program to assist with their release in the U.K.

‘Force Majeure’ Sweeps Sweden’s Guldbagge Awards

Ruben Ostlund's black comedy wins six trophies, including best director and best film, in Sweden's equivalent of the Oscars.

Belgium Film Festival Canceled After Terrorist Threat

The Oscar-nominated 'Timbuktu' and documentary 'The Essence of Terror' were set to screen at Le Festival Ramdan in Tournai, Belgium.

Scott Feinberg’s Top 10 Films of 2014

THR's awards analyst includes on his list of favorites a drama, a biopic, a war pic, a film noir, two rom-coms, two documentaries and two foreign-language films — three of which are music-centric

Foreign Oscar Shortlist: Great Choices — and Horrible Headscratchers, as Usual (Analysis)

Following screenings from Jan. 9-11, the list of nine will be whittled down to just five by 10 members in New York, 20 in LA and, in a first, 10 in London, as well

Oscars: The Real Stories Behind 6 Foreign-Language Contenders

Six international directors open up about their films, ranging from the one about the aftermath of an avalanche to the first-ever submission from Malta (population: 423,000)

Golden Globe Nominations: From ‘Budapest’ to ‘Selma,’ Which Films Got an Oscar Boost?

THR's awards analyst explains why movies such as 'American Sniper' and 'Unbroken,' which were shut out Thursday, will still be in Oscar contention on Friday

Oscars: Belgium Picks ‘Two Days, One Night’ for Foreign-Language Category

The workplace drama from directing duo Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne stars French actress Marion Cotillard

Marion Cotillard Admits She Was ‘Very Surprised’ to Star in ‘Two Days, One Night’ (Video)

The actress was "more than perfect" in the drama, co-director Jean-Pierre Dardenne tells THR at Cannes.

‘Two Days, One Night’ (‘Deux Jours, Une Nuit’): Cannes Review

Marion Cotillard plays an ordinary wife and mother struggling to hold on to her job in this latest drama from two-time Cannes Palme d'Or winners Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne.