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 Greetings again from the darkness. Brady Corbet has established a pretty nice career as an actor (Melancholia, Funny Games), and along comes his feature film debut as a writer/director (co-written with… 362 more words


Berenice Bejo to Star in Tom Shoval's 'Shake Your Cares Away' (EXCLUSIVE)

PARIS — Berenice Bejo, who’s best-known for her roles in “The Past” and “The Artist,” is set to star in Israeli filmmaker Tom Shoval’s sophomore outing, “Shake Your Cares Away.” 199 more words


Eternity - Brand New Trailer!

Humans. We’re a tricky bastards, aren’t we? We go through a whole heap of emotions and events that denote our lives. Then we wither and die. 91 more words

Trailers And News

Cannes: U.K.'s Curzon Buys Shia LaBeouf's 'Borg/McEnroe,' Lars von Trier Serial Killer Pic

LONDON – Leading U.K. distributor Curzon Artificial Eye has picked up tennis drama “Borg/McEnroe,” starring Shia LaBeouf, and Lars von Trier’s serial killer pic “The House That Jack Built,” as well as Joachim Lafosse’s Cannes Directors’ Fortnight entry “After Love,” starring Berenice Bejo, and Niall McCann’s music documentary “Lost in France.” 261 more words


Cannes: Marco Bellocchio’s 'Sweet Dreams' Starring Berenice Bejo Sells to 15 Territories (EXCLUSIVE)

The Match Factory has sold Marco Bellocchio’s “Sweet Dreams,” which opened Directors’ Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival, to more than 15 territories across the globe. 223 more words


From morning wood to late night comedy, a few trends have already emerged at the Cannes Film Festival

Midway through the Cannes Film Festival, themes have already emerged from the welter, motifs as personal (and petty) as an aversion to an actress (Berenice Bejo, seemingly everywhere this year) or as disturbing as the proliferation of severed limbs: fingers ceremoniously chopped off (The Handmaiden), a human foot that emerges from a swamp (Dogs) or the appendages of coastal tourists devoured by a dune-dwelling family of cannibals (Slack Bay). 759 more words


Cannes Film Review: 'After Love'

Imagine a prison movie where the inmates have the keys to their own cells, but prefer to remain incarcerated. That’s the impression one gets from watching Belgian director Joachim Lafosse’s “After Love,” which takes place inside a Brussels household where the emotional connection holding a couple together has gone, leaving only tension and resentment in its place. 823 more words