The State of the Race: What We Can Learn from Cannes So Far
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The State of the Race: What We Can Learn from Cannes So Far

It’s best not to think about the Oscar race when in Cannes. Why would you?…

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Wasted Opportunity for talented Filmmaker Keren Yedaya
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Wasted Opportunity for talented Filmmaker Keren Yedaya

Being that the subject was the lack of women directors at Cannes, it was especially…

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Two New Clips from Mike Leigh’s Mr. Turner
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Kathryn Bigelow on Board to Make True American with Tom Hardy to Star
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Kathryn Bigelow on Board to Make True American with Tom Hardy to Star

Runny that the true American is actually a British actor but other than that, wow,…

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Cannes Jury President, Jane Campion, on the State of (lack of) Women Directors
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Cannes Jury President, Jane Campion, on the State of (lack of) Women Directors

Jane Campion thinks there would be more great stories in the world if women were…

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Freelance concept poster for Inherent Vice
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Freelance concept poster for Inherent Vice

hey, studio focus group marketing committee — top this. Artist Alex Fellows creates a poster…

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Rosamund Pike on Getting the Part in Gone Girl
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Rosamund Pike on Getting the Part in Gone Girl

Kim Masters HR Exclusive on Fincher is a tad One-Sided
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Kim Masters HR Exclusive on Fincher is a tad One-Sided

The Hollywood Reporter runs its second story on David Fincher, Sony and the supposed upcoming…

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Black Inequality in Film but Points to Bright Future
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Black Inequality in Film but Points to Bright Future

The only problem I had with this infographic, and I brought it up with the…

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Richard Linklater Wins Big at SXSW for Boyhood
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Richard Linklater Wins Big at SXSW for Boyhood

By Brandon Engel for AwardsDaily Filmmaker Richard Linklater’s body of work has touched upon a…

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