Cannes Film Festival
This Sexy Serial Killer Movie Is Like if Harmony Korine Did True Crime
Luis Ortega's 'El Ángel' tells quite a bit more than the story of 70s serial killer Carlos Robledo Puch, the longest-serving prisoner in Argentina.
Mads Mikkelsen Starved Himself to Exhaustion for His Latest Role
"The conditions were our biggest enemy but also our biggest friend," he says of Joe Penna's 'Arctic,' which just made its Cannes debut.
The They Come Out at Night Issue
'Loving' Director Jeff Nichols Has Great Affection for the Deep South
Jeff Nichols has built his reputation as a director of terse and unusual American dramas with a distinct regional flair. We spoke with him about difficult histories, the best BBQ joints in the South, and his dream of a commercial hit.
This Film Reveals the Cruel Dysfunction of the British Welfare System
The Palme d'Or-winning film by Ken Loach follows the struggle of two Brits attempting to navigate the shamefully unhelpful system.
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."
'Risk' Is a Weirdly Satisfying Look into the Life of Julian Assange
Laura Poitras's new documentary offers a thrilling and intimate look into the life of one of the most controversial journalists in the world.
This Movie About Selling Magazines on the Road Might Be the Most Stunning Film at Cannes
Andrea Arnold's 'American Honey,' which explores a usually ignored side of the country, is the talk of Cannes.
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.
Gaspar Noé's New Film, 'Love,' Comes at You in 3D
We sat down at Cannes with the controversial Argentine-French filmmaker to discuss his provocative new movie, which has censors and critics in a tizzy.
'Much Loved' Sheds Light on the Sisterhood of Sex Workers in Marrakech
We met the renowned filmmaker Nabil Ayouch and his star after the premiere of their tough, yet tender, film at Cannes.
Filmmaker Reimagines His Youth in Beirut Through a Surreal Animated Short Film
"Waves '98" is the first time a Lebanese film has been selected to compete in the Cannes Film Festival's Official Selection since 1991.
Ryan Gosling's 'Lost River' Is Much Better Than Critics Deem
Disregard the the scathing reviews and the boos it received at Cannes, Ryan Gosling's directorial debut is a great, dreamy film that captures the American nightmare that is the Great Recession.