Cannes Film Festival

Erik Matti, Celebrated Filipino Director, Sets Prequel to Political Crime Thriller Trilogy ‘On The Job’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Erik Matti, one of the Philippines’ most celebrated filmmakers, is set to direct a prequel to “On The Job: The Missing 8,” his critically acclaimed political crime thriller franchise.…

Sofiane Bennacer, French Actor of Cannes Competition Title ‘Forever Young,’ Indicted on Rape Charges, Removed From Cesar Awards Shortlist

Sofiane Bennacer, the French actor who stars in Valeria Bruni Tedeschi’s Cannes competition title “Forever Young” (“Les Amandiers”), has been indicted on multiple charges of rape and violence. Bennacer…

New Pavilion Format Welcomed by Film Bazaar Participants

With every passing edition, Film Bazaar leaves behind its origins as a project matching event and becomes more like a full-service market. The new stretch of waterfront pavilions…

‘Love According to Dalva’ Review: A Superb Study of Girlhood Interrupted

The title character of writer-director Emmanuelle Nicot’s feature debut “Love According to Dalva” is not like other girls her age. The 12-year-old dresses like a “lady,” as one…

Harrison Ford will be ‘de-aged’ in ‘Indiana Jones 5’ to look like first film

The 80-year-old’s troubled production has survived several Ford stunt injuries and the death of one crew member.

Cannes Winner Shaunak Sen to Produce Gautam Arora’s ‘The Last Lane’

The Film Bazaar project market in Goa will be the first outing for semi-autobiographical drama film project “The Last Lane” (‘Band Galli’), to be directed by Gautam Arora.…

‘Coo-Coo 043’ and ‘Limbo’ Big Winners at Taiwan’s Golden Horse Film Awards

“Coo-Coo 043,” a Taiwan family drama set against the backdrop of pigeon racing, was named the best film on Saturday at the Golden Horse Film Awards. Hong Kong-made…

Tom Cruise keeps ‘ruining’ filming of ‘Call the Midwife,’ star claims

Tom Cruise’s helicopter commute is allegedly disrupting the filming of the BBC drama “Call the Midwife,” star Jenny Agutter claims.

‘A Tale of Shemroon’ Takes Top Prize at Marrakech, as Tilda Swinton Receives Emotional Tribute

Emad Aleebrahim Dehkordi’s story of brotherly bonds and criminal excess “A Tale of Shemroon” took home top honors at the Marrakech Film Festival on Saturday, closing out a…

Harvey Weinstein’s Defense Questions Jennifer Siebel Newsom on Emails, Political Donations During Combative Cross-Examination

Harvey Weinstein’s attorneys took out a binder of emails when questioning Jennifer Siebel Newsom regarding her testimony about being sexually assaulted by the fallen movie producer. The First…

In Tearful Testimony, Jennifer Siebel Newsom Alleges Harvey Weinstein Raped Her: ‘This Is My Worst Nightmare’

Jennifer Siebel Newsom testified at Harvey Weinstein’s L.A. trial on Monday, becoming emotional from the moment she took her oath on the stand to share graphic details of…

Pakistan’s ‘Joyland’ Can Still Qualify for the Oscars Despite Country’s Ban

Pakistan’s “Joyland” could still qualify for the upcoming Academy Awards for best international feature, despite being banned in its native country, which was announced on Nov. 12. The…