French court authorises release of ‘cursed’ Gilliam film
France

French court authorises release of ‘cursed’ Gilliam film

A Paris court gave Terry Gilliam the go-ahead Friday to release "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote" in cinemas, a victory for the Monty Python member in the long-running legal battle over the apparently cursed film.

Race for gold reaches climax at politically charged Cannes
France

Race for gold reaches climax at politically charged Cannes

Female stars call for equal pay in Cannes protest
France

Female stars call for equal pay in Cannes protest

Berlusconi scandal mill inspires another film
Italy

Berlusconi scandal mill inspires another film

Cannes: Progress of gay cinema evident at French film festival
France

Cannes: Progress of gay cinema evident at French film festival

Detained Russian director gets standing ovation at Cannes
France

Detained Russian director gets standing ovation at Cannes

Penelope Cruz puts ‘torture’ of early work behind her
Spain

Penelope Cruz puts ‘torture’ of early work behind her

Sexism and #MeToo in focus on opening day of Cannes film festival
France

Sexism and #MeToo in focus on opening day of Cannes film festival

12 films set to wow audiences at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival
France

12 films set to wow audiences at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival

Cannes film festival to open anti-sexual predator hotline after Weinstein scandal
France

Cannes film festival to open anti-sexual predator hotline after Weinstein scandal

Danish director von Trier to return to Cannes after Hitler comments
Denmark

Danish director von Trier to return to Cannes after Hitler comments

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