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Members of the press lined up three hours in advance of the start of Quentin Tarantino’s much-anticipated new film, Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood,...

This is the fourth feature from French director Céline Sciamma, but it was her first feature in Competition at the Cannes Film Festival, which...

La Gomera was one of the hotly anticipated films at Cannes Film Festival this year, and for good reason. This film, which is screening...

The story of Joan of Arc (Jeanne d’Arc) is legendary not only in her home country of France but also throughout the world. Centuries after...

Elton John bursts onto the screen at the start of Rocketman in winged, rock-n-roll glory: dressed in a wild orange jumpsuit, trademark sunglasses (sparkly...

Even before it was finished, Francis Ford Coppola’s epic movie, Apocalypse Now, won the Palme d’Or at the 1979 Cannes Film Festival (which it...

Beginning May 14, the Cannes Film Festival enveloped southern France for twelve days. The festival welcomed a plethora of films, both stinkers and winners....

75 minutes from Paris, Orly, arrive at Marseille, 2013 European Capital of Culture. A car from the airport : destination : the shiny, opened last April,...

Today's photo was taken at the Festival de Cannes in 1979. That year, Apocalypse Now and Le Tambourwere honored with Palme d'Or awards. The annual...

Take the time machine back to the 17th century. Meet André Le Nôtre, born into a family of gardeners to the French royals, who...

Rust and Bone was released while still in competition at the Cannes film festival. In Paris it garnered mostly superlative reviews and long lines,...

Wes Anderson has returned to our screens with his latest eccentricity “Moonrise Kingdom” vying for international glory in this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Awarded...