Cannes

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Jessica Chastain In Zero Dark Thirty

Women Deserve Their Own Original Action Franchises, and ‘355’ Answers the Call

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Jessica Chastain isn’t waiting around for men’s sloppy seconds.  

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Netflix Quits Cannes And Maybe That’s Okay

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“The festival has chosen to celebrate distribution rather than the art of cinema. We are 100% about the art of cinema.” – Netflix’s Ted Sarandos

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Ruben Östlund and Terry Notary on the Stunning Climax of ‘The Square’

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The Palme d’Or winner and his star discuss the motivations behind their film.

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Director Bong Joon-ho, Tilda Swinton, and Jake Gyllenhaal reveal ‘Okja’

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The director and stars of ‘Okja’ reflect on one of the biggest films (and monsters) of the summer.

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‘The Square’ Review: Östlund’s Palme d’Or Winner Disappoints

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Paling in comparison to his previous film, Ruben Östlund’s Palme d’Or winner underwhelms.

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‘You Were Never Really Here’ Review: Joaquin Phoenix Earns a Best Actor Prize

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Henri Testlin

Heretics and Heroes at The Theater: Thoughts on The Ban in Cannes

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Nicole Kidman Champions Equality Behind The Camera

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Nicole Kidman’s comments are a timely reminder that there’s still a long way to go in terms of representation in film.

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Discomfort at The Cannes 2017 Awards

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Surprises were abound at the Cannes closing night celebration, but so was discomfort and confusion.