cannes

Film

The Most Disastrous Cannes Walkouts of All Time, Ranked

After 'Mektoub, My Love: Intermezzo' gave one critic a "mild psychotic break," we revisited the worst receptions Cannes films have ever gotten.
Drew Schwartz
5.27.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Spike Lee Called Trump a 'Motherfucker' in a Scathing Speech About Hate

Lee went on a tirade against the president after screening 'BlacKkKlansman' at Cannes.
Beckett Mufson
5.16.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Lars von Trier's New Movie Is So Violent 100 People Walked Out at Cannes

One critic called 'The House That Jack Built' "two and half hours of self-reflexive torture porn".
Adam Forrest
5.16.18
Premieres

Have You Ever Seen Margate Look So Damn Sexy?

Ok – some of Crystal Bats "Killing Me" video is also shot in Cannes. But still: British seaside town, 80s synths, porn hair, cigarettes! Come on in.
Noisey UK Staff
8.8.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Harmony Korine and Matthew McConaughey Are Making a Movie

McConaughey will play a "rebellious and lovable rogue who lives life large" in 'The Beach Bum.'
VICE Staff
5.17.17
Film

Kirsten Stewart’s ‘Personal Shopper’ Could Be the Most Divisive Film You’ll See This Year

Olivier Assayas’s bold new ghost story showcases the best acting of Stewart’s career.
Hannah Ewens
3.7.17
Stuff

What It's Like Working as a Paparazzo in Cannes

"Cannes isn't about the movies. It's about branding, about banks, fashion, jewelry, drinks... It's one big brothel. Actors, they're all whores."
Livia Albeck-Ripka
5.23.16
Stuff

The Hawk Trainer Assigned to Protect Movie Stars from Seagulls at Cannes

Christopher Puzin has five hawks patrolling the town's waterfront hotels, making sure pigeons and seagulls keep the fuck away.
Livia Albeck-Ripka
5.18.16
Film

Woody Allen’s Plush Treatment by the Media Should Be the Talk of Cannes

The 80-year-old director's Cannes premiere of 'Café Society' arrived on the heels of a renewed controversy over sexual abuse allegations by his daughter.
Brandon Harris
5.14.16
Film

How to Make a Film About Addiction Starring Your Own Family

'Krisha' is a home movie, of sorts, that takes place in the literal home of director Trey Shults' mother. His real-life aunt plays the titular, drug-addled character, and Shults himself plays her estranged son.
Jeffrey Bowers
4.10.16
News

Sex and the City: Welcome to MIPIM, the World’s Biggest Property Fair

Once a year, 20,000 sweaty men meet to engage in the ever-evolving ecosystem of money, power, politics, and land.
Pete Rachman
4.1.16
VICE TALKS FILM

VICE Talks Film with Gaspar Noé

The French-Argentinian talks about his controversial and sexually explicit new film, "Love."
VICE Staff
11.10.15
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