Fragile

Sundance Winner ‘Utama’ Takes Top Prize at Transilvania Film Festival

Alejandro Loayza Grisi’s “Utama,” which won the grand jury prize in the World Cinema Dramatic competition at Sundance this year, took home top honors at the closing ceremony…

Neuchatel Fantastic Film Festival Blurs Borders for Expansive 21st Edition

After two years of hybrid and online-only editions, the Neuchatel Intl. Fantastic Film Festival will fête its 21st year with a return to a fully on-site event, hosting…

Museums form task force after Kim Kardashian ‘damaged’ Marilyn’s dress

After Kim Kardashian allegedly damaged Marilyn Monroe’s 60-year-old dress by squeezing into it for the Met Gala, museums around the world have come together to stop it from happening again. The International Council of Museums (ICOM), whose members include the Smithsonian, The Getty Foundation and UNESCO, has announced the formation of a new committee in…

Rodrigo Sorogoyen’s ‘The Beasts’ and Remake Rights Drive Latido Films’ Raft of Cannes Slate Sales (EXCLUSIVE)

Suggesting an appreciable recovery in the dynamism of international film markets, Madrid-based Latido Films has unveiled a raft of deals on its Cannes line-up, led by standout sales…

TikTok star Cooper Noriega dead at 19 after eerie video about dying young

California TikTok star Cooper Noriega, who boasted nearly two million followers, has reportedly died Thursday, mere hours after uploading an eerie TikTok video about dying young. He was 19 years old.

Amber Heard’s ex-PI claims she used Johnny Depp — but so did his friends

“Amber in some respects was an opportunist on par with everyone else,” the 74-year-old Hollywood fixer said.

Karlovy Vary Film Festival Lineup Features 27 World Premieres, Three International Premieres

Thirty-three films comprise the eclectic lineup for the 56th Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival, the programming team led by the artistic director Karel Och revealed Tuesday. The selection…

Critic’s Notebook: Looking for Connections in a Less-Than-Dazzling Cannes Lineup

This year, the Cannes Film Festival kicked off with a restoration of Jean Eustache’s 1973 ménage à trois scandal “The Mother and the Whore” and concluded with a…

‘Mother and Son’ Review: Léonor Serraille’s Softly Shattering Story of Immigrants Finding Themselves and Losing Each Other

Nobody who has lived their entire life in one country can fully understand the strange, intimate disruption of emigrating as a family. For a time, parents and children…

Mia Hansen-Love on her Lea Seydoux Starrer ‘One Fine Morning;’ Clip Unveiled (EXCLUSIVE)

Mia Hansen-Løve, the French writer-director whose last film “Bergman Island” competed at last year’s Cannes, is back at the festival with “One Fine Morning,” a romance drama headlined…

‘Triangle of Sadness’ Review: Ruben Östlund’s Latest Satire Puts Privilege Through the Wringer

The closer you look at the subject of beauty, the uglier it appears. Meanwhile, wealth is obscene from practically every angle. Irreverent Swedish satirist Ruben Östlund gets right…

Showcase Spotlights Emerging British Talent

In the run-up to Cannes, the British Film Institute and the British Council held the Great8 showcase, which presented eight U.K. films from emerging filmmakers. Here are the…