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Reuters* Washington, Brussels want free trade deal by end of 2014 * France trying to shield French culture from Hollywood * Paris aims to block talks unless audiovisual excluded * Britain, U.S. say limited scope will bring fewer benefits By Robin Emmott...
The 2013 Palm Springs International ShortFest & Short Film Market, now in its 19th year, will feature 330 films from 49 countries, including 70 world premieres, 55 North American premieres and 14 U.S. premieres. The films will be showcased in 53...
CANNES, France — Whatever its commercial fortunes when it opens in the U.S. this December, "Inside Llewyn Davis" already has won the acclaim sought so ardently by the fictional folk singer of its title, the latest charismatic loser in a long,...
ReutersMay 20 (TheWrap.com) - The first five days of Cannes have ended, with the rain and the Coen brothers dominating the conversation. But the six days of competition screenings that remain promise to bring a full slate of interesting movies â€“ and, with a...
ReutersPor Alexandria Sage CANNES (Reuters) - El director japonÃ©s Takashi Miike dio el lunes un comienzo explosivo a la Ãºltima semana del festival de cine de Cannes con el thriller policial de gran presupuesto "Shield of Straw", en fuerte contraste con las...
ReutersMay 20 (TheWrap.com) - Can someone please stop the rain? After two days of constant moisture, the misery quotient at the world's leading international film festival in Cannes â€“ waterlogged feet, trampled gowns, canceled screenings, interrupted parties,...
— Invariably, the Cannes Film Festival chooses a striking image for its official annual poster. But the 2013 version can be seen as a particularly apt metaphor for the dual nature of the world's most essential cinema event. Paris-based graphic...
VarietyWhen Baz Luhrmann’s "The Great Gatsby" raises the curtain on the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, it will serve, among other things, as an indication that the love affair between the festival and Hollywood is alive and well — much more than the last...
CANNES, France — The hometown favorite won big time at the Festival de Cannes on Sunday night as France's "Blue Is the Warmest Color" walked off with the Palme d'Or. In a highly unusual step, jury president Steven Spielberg announced that the...
From Spain, here's a miracle of fairy tale repurposing: a version of the Brothers Grimm's "Snow White," set in Spanish bullfighting country in the late 1920s. Writer-director Pablo Berger's "Blancanieves" goes all the way with its concept, and then...
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Following hard upon "The Artist," "Blancanieves" is the second silent black-and-white feature to emerge from Europe in little more than two years. A pair of films don't exactly make a trend, but "Blancanieves" has enough going for it to make you wish it...
Tags: Arts, Fine Artists, Premature Birth, Entertainment, Artists
For the second straight year, the movie business fell for itself. "Argo" — in which a Hollywood producer and makeup artist help engineer the rescue of six Americans from Iran — won the top prize at the 85th Academy Awards, one year after the...
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