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Cannes: Joaquin Phoenix Joins Lynne Ramsay Project ‘You Were Never Really Here’

Vincent Maraval's Insiders is shopping the project, about a troubled war veteran, to buyers in Cannes.

The Hanoi International Film Festival Kicks Off in Vietnam

The upstart Southeast Asian festival shows some growing pains and plenty of promise as it returns for an expanded second year.

What Richard Did: Film Review

Lenny Abrahamson's classy Irish suspense drama explores the aftershocks of a lethal act of violence on Dublin's gilded youth.

The Perks of Being a Wallflower: Toronto Review

Emma Watson co-stars in Stephen Chbosky's adaptation of his popular 1999 novel.

London Gears Up For BAFTA Excitement

George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Meryl Streep and Miss Piggy to grace the red carpet at the Royal Opera House on Sunday night.

Study: ‘Conservative’ Movies Make More Money Than ‘Liberal’ Movies (Exclusive)

Patriotism and traditional values, like those displayed in "Thor," "The Artist," "Soul Surfer" and "Hugo," are what moviegoers want, says a group that will honor such films at an awards gala Friday.

Oscilloscope Moves Up Release of ‘We Need to Talk About Kevin’

The psychological thriller will now open Jan. 13 in New York and one week later in Los Angeles.

The British Film Institute to Create Film Fund Tsar; Film London Gets New Board Members

Organization mounts search for its first director of film fund; Film London brings in industry heavyweights.

‘The Tree of Life’ Wins Three San Francisco Critics Awards, Including Best Picture

"Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy's" Gary Oldman and "We Need to Talk About Kevin's" Tilda Swinton claim the group's top acting prizes.

New Movie Reviews: ‘New Year’s Eve,’ ‘Young Adult,’ Madonna’s ‘W.E.’ Hitting Theaters

What is THR's critical take on the films getting released Friday?

National Board of Review Backs Oscar Contenders Needing a Big Boost (Analysis)

The NBR gives big boosts "Hugo," Tilda Swinton and Shailene Woodley, but snubs "Midnight in Paris," "Moneyball," "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" and Octavia Spencer.

‘Hugo’ Named Best Film of the Year by the National Board of Review

The New York-based group gives its top acting prizes to George Clooney and Tilda Swinton.