Cannes Documentary Jury President Ezra Edelman Addresses Euro 2020 Soccer Racism

Two days after Italy defeated England on penalties in the Euro 2020 soccer championship final, followed by England fans heaping racist online abuse on Black players from the team, the topic continues to reverberate at the Cannes Film Festival. Cannes virtually shut down on Sunday evening while the final was

Bond star Léa Seydoux may miss Cannes after testing positive for Covid

French actress Léa Seydoux has tested positive for Covid-19 and may be forced to skip her trip to Cannes Film Festival. A representative for the actress confirmed the news to Deadline, describing the performer as ‘at the tail end of her recovery’ and ‘asymptomatic’. The discovery was made before Seydoux,

‘Mothering Sunday’ Review: Odessa Young and Josh O’Connor Lead a Sexy, Sensory Spin on English Heritage Drama

It’s a curious quirk of the British calendar that Mother’s Day — or Mothering Sunday, if you want to be formal about it — falls not in May, with all that month’s springy symbolism of new life, but the damp, unripe chill of mid-March, when no one feels much like

Cannes Quietly Introduces Sanitary Passes as 48-Hour Saliva Tests Cause Headaches For Delegates

The Cannes Film Festival has become a little less stressful for those who are fully vaccinated. New sanitary passes are slowly being introduced that effectively remove the need to take a salivary RT-PCR test every two days. The purple-bordered passes are available to those who are fully vaccinated (meaning it

German Co-Productions Make Big Showing in Cannes

German co-productions are making a strong showing at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, among them Leos Carax’s opening film, “Annette,” Wes Anderson’s star-studded “The French Dispatch” and Hungarian director Ildikó Enyedi’s “The Story of My Wife.” Fabian Gasmia’s Berlin-based Detailfilm is among the producers on “Annette,” which stars Adam Driver

Which Cannes films have gained momentum for next year's Oscar race?

NEW YORK (NYTimes) – Though most Oscar contenders do not debut until later this year, last year’s Cannes Film Festival launched several films that became award-season players, including Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman and Pawel Pawlikowski’s Cold War. With this year’s edition of Cannes sewn up last weekend, which films should Oscar-watchers

Cannes: Sylvester Stallone Says ‘Rambo’ Wasn’t ‘Meant to Be a Political Statement’

The final day of Cannes was devoted to honoring Sylvester Stallone, who conducted a masterclass on the Croisette, where he looked back at his 43-year career and discussed how he never intended “Rambo” to get so political. Thousands queued outside the Salle Debussy to sit down with the star and

Throwback Braids! Margot Robbie Recreates Sharon Tate's 1968 Cannes Hairstyle at This Year's Festival

Margot Robbie channeled late actress Sharon Tate at the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday, wearing her hair in an identical braided style to the one Tate wore when she attended the festival in 1968. The similarity was first noticed in a tweet from writer Evan Ross Katz on Thursday. Robbie, 28, wore

Willem Dafoe on His New Films ‘The Lighthouse’ and ‘Tommaso,’ Robert Pattinson as Batman

Willem Dafoe has spent the last two awards seasons on the campaign trail. The actor earned back-to-back Oscar nominations for his work in 2017’s “The Florida Project” and for last year’s “At Eternity’s Gate.” And if the critical reaction to “The Lighthouse” is any indication, he’ll be back on it