Cannes Critics’ Week Unveils Lineup for 52nd Edition image

Cannes Critics’ Week Unveils Lineup for 52nd Edition

Cannes Critics' Week unveiled seven features and 10 shorts set for this year's Competition. Out of competition, Katell Quillévéré's Suzanne will open the sidebar, while David Lowery's Ain't Them Bodies Saints joins the selection as a Special Screening.

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Cannes Unveils Roster for 66th Festival image

Cannes Unveils Roster for 66th Festival

In Paris today, the full lineup for the 66th Cannes Film Festival was unveiled.

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“The Bling Ring” to Open Cannes’ Un Certain Regard image

“The Bling Ring” to Open Cannes’ Un Certain Regard

Sofia Coppola's latest will hit Cannes. Also in today's digest: Baz Luhrmann talks The Great Gatsby; David O. Russell's latest gets a title; and Sundance fave C.O.G. heads to theaters.

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Edinburgh Festival to Close with “Not Another Happy Ending” image

Edinburgh Festival to Close with “Not Another Happy Ending”

The World Premiere of the Scottish comedy will close the 67th Edinburgh International Film Festival in late June; Tribeca unveils its $25K Nora Ephron Prize; MPAA is tweaking its ratings system; Sundance title A.C.O.D. is headed to theaters; and Noah Baumbach's NYFF hit Frances Ha set for summer Rooftop Films series.

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Columbia University Film Festival Unveils Details for 26th Event image

Columbia University Film Festival Unveils Details for 26th Event

Columbia University School of the Arts' Film Program and Film Society of Lincoln Center will once again co-present the 26th Annual Columbia University Film Festival (CUFF), a week-long program of screenings, dramatic readings and special events in New York.

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66th Cannes Shorts and Cinéfondation Selections Revealed image

66th Cannes Shorts and Cinéfondation Selections Revealed

The 66th Cannes Film Festival is just a few weeks away and the Cinéfondation and Short Film Jury, headed by Jane Campion, have announced their official selections. The full lineup is due Thursday morning.

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“Laurence Anyways” and “After Tiller” Win at SFF image

“Laurence Anyways” and “After Tiller” Win at SFF

Xavier Dolan's latest won the top narrative prize at the Sarasota Film Festival, while the Sundance doc about late-term abortion took the nonfiction jury prize. Plus: Django Unchained returns to China; The Place Beyond the Pines expands solidly; and Vulture's 20 essential docs of the 21st century.

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“Zulu” to Close Cannes; AFI Docs Re-Brands image

“Zulu” to Close Cannes; AFI Docs Re-Brands

Forest Whitaker and Orlando Bloom-starrer Zulu will close the 66th Festival de Cannes. Also in Friday's film news: AFI Docs (formerly Silverdocs) is moving to the nation's capital; fans remember Jonathan Winters; Hollywood's Chinese Theater is getting a facelift; and the Gulf Film Festival unveils its slate.

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Pedro Almodóvar to Open LAFF; Jane Fonda Tells Critics to “Get a Life” image

Pedro Almodóvar to Open LAFF; Jane Fonda Tells Critics to “Get a Life”

The Spanish Oscar winner will bring his latest delight, I'm So Excited, to the Los Angeles Film Festival. Also: Jane Fonda responds to those who aren't pleased with her playing Nancy Reagan in Lee Daniels' upcoming The Butler and lineup announcements from the Seattle and Maryland Film Festivals.

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Annette Funicello Dead at 70; “American Promise” Wins Full Frame Jury Prize image

Annette Funicello Dead at 70; “American Promise” Wins Full Frame Jury Prize

Funicello is remembered for her roles in the Mickey Mouse Club in the 1950s and "beach party" films in the 60s. Also: the Full Frame Documentary Festival announces its winners; The Guardian gives its take of films that defined the Thatcher era; the Hamptons Festival will host a summer Screenwriters Lab; and Spanish director Bigas Luna dies at 67.

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