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Cannes Unveils Its Classics Lineup

The upcoming Cannes Film Festival unveiled its titles that will screen as part of its Cannes Classics section, including 'Cleopatra,' 'The Last Emperor' and more.

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Discover: Terence Nance Uses Art to Understand

A visual and aural delight, Terence Nance's An Oversimplification of Her Beauty represents a bold new vision from an artist hesitant to call himself a filmmaker.

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Jim Jarmusch’s Latest Joins Cannes Competition

Only Lovers Left Alive will compete for the Palme d'Or and more titles were announced for Un Certain Regard and out of competition sections. Also: Zach Braff cashes in on Kickstarter; Jon Favreau returns to indie roots; Tom Hooper to head Shanghai jury; and this weekend's Specialty newcomers.

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“The Rocket” and “The Kill Team” Take Top Tribeca Prizes

Australian director Kim Mordaunt's The Rocket won Best Narrative Feature on Thursday night, while U.S. filmmaker Dan Krauss' The Kill Team took Best Documentary Feature at the 12th Tribeca Film Festival.

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Streisand Celebrated at 40th Chaplin Award Gala

Barbra Streisand—one of Hollywood's great multi-hyphenates—praised Charlie Chaplin and was celebrated by her peers on Monday night at the 40th Anniversary Chaplin Award Gala. Here's a full report from the evening.

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Barbra Streisand: “Movies are very relevant at this time.”

Barbra Streisand was saluted at the Film Society of Lincoln Center's 40th Chaplin Award Gala this week. Here are her complete remarks as delivered on stage at Avery Fisher Hall.

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Midnight Movies are Back!

Days are getting longer and nights are getting warmer, and we're celebrating with some programming for the witching hour. Featuring the perfect mix of films to satisfy your cult/camp/horror/comedy needs, Midnight Movies return to Film Society in June!

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Trailers: “Beauty” and “Holiday” and “Paradise”

A preview of the week ahead: opening of Sundance and ND/NF favorite An Oversimplification Of Her Beauty, Film Comment's sneak preview of Ulrich Seidl's Paradise Trilogy, and Audrey Hepburn/Gregory Peck classic Roman Holiday for families.

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Cannes Selects Jury; Van Sant Makes Play for “Fifty Shades of Grey”

Nicole Kidman and Ang Lee are among the eight selected for this year's Cannes jury; Gus Van Sant reportedly shot a steamy scene in hopes of winning the director's chair on Fifty Shades of Grey; Nantucket Film Festival unveils its lineup; Zach Braff turns to crowd-funding; and Metallica goes IMAX.

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Cannes Directors’ Fortnight Set with 21 Features

The Directors' Fortnight sidebar at the Cannes Film Festival unveiled its lineup Tuesday, with a total of 21 feature films and nine short films slated to screen, including Sebastian Silva's Sundance fave Magic Magic starring Michael Cera.

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