Day five witnesses a trio of films from some of the artform's leading lights: Michael Haneke returns with Amour, Hong Sang-soo competes with In Another Country, and the incomparable Abbas Kiarostami produces a new masterwork.
Cannes continues with John Hillcoat's Depression-era Lawless, first time director Brandon Cronenberg's Antiviral, and a special screening of legendary Chilean director Raoul Ruiz's La noche de enfrente.
Cannes offers up Pablo Larrain’s No, the rising Chilean director’s latest and most direct indictment of the Augusto Pinochet reign yet and Miguel Gomes’ Tabu, which is something of a new cinematic landmark.
The third and final night of the 'Divine Ricochet' music series saw a unique collaboration between Zola Jesus, JG Thirwell and a string quartet.
Cannes coverage continues with reviews of Jacques Audiard hotly tipped Rust & Bone, a short film from Thailand’s sensational Apichatpong Weerasethakul, and the latest from severe Austrian auteur Ulrich Seidel.
Opening the festival with Moonrise Kingdom, beloved indie icon Wes Anderson’s first live action film in five years, only buoyed the camaraderie felt by Cannes attendees.
Horrid purple light often created a similar effect to that of wearing old school red and blue paneled 3D glasses, but that did not stop the crowd from having fun with Electric Guest.
Rising synthpop stars Chairlift put on an energized, captivating show in the nation's capital.
The Occupy movement rallied up thousands of people in New York (and in other cities) for a march on May Day. The event brought together
Michael Winterbottom paints his film with the rich and vibrant colors of India, but Trishna's main characters are unconvincing.