An imprisoned Italian murderer is the unlikely star of one of the strongest new films to screen in competition at Cannes so far.
The Oscar-winning filmmaker's funny and touching new film "The We and the I" follows a group of kids on a long MTA bus ride in the Bronx on the last day of school. The film opened Directors' Fortnight today at Cannes.
The 65th Festival de Cannes got underway early this morning with a screening of Wes Anderson's "Moonrise Kingdom." Expectations are high after the international success of last year's films.
Bearing witness to human rights violations around the world and empowering audience and film subjects alike, the annual Human Rights Watch Film Festival features 16 films from 12 nations.
Film Society's annual celebration of the best new Italian Cinema will take place June 8 –14 and is chock full of dramas, docs, sci-fi flicks and comedies, not to mention numerous in-person appearances from some of Italy's brightest up-and-coming talent!