At near the halfway mark, the best film of Cannes is a new movie by a pair of filmmaker who have already won the Palme d'Or twice.
The first three films to screen in competition this year were directed by women. We chat with Annette Insdorf to survey the scene in Cannes.
A sexually provocative subject, graphic scenes, striking photography in a new film by a first timer and divided reactions from the critics elevate a new Australian film in Cannes.
In the first installment of our new podcast series from Cannes, Eugene Hernandez talks to Richard Peña and Scott Foundas about the festival.
A rousing Stockholm concert sets the stage for a European comeback tour. Can North America be far behind?
On the big screen: Ten celebrated performances by immortal cinema icon Elizabeth Taylor and more than a dozen films by acclaimed producer/director Norman Jewison. Special ticket discounts for a more than week long Memorial Day celebration!
We caught up with the stars on the red carpet of our 38th Chaplin Award honoring Sidney Poitier.