Cannes chief posts statement on festival website in response to rumours he was on the verge of quitting.
Australian filmmaker will award the Palme d’or at the close of the Festival.
EXCLUSIVE: Slate also includes new films by Alain Guiraudie and Raymond Depardon.
SquareOne Entertainment acquires Cannes Marche titles.
The Rio-based distributor has returned from the Croisette with a trio of titles.
EXCLUSIVE: Competition trio among UK distributor’s haul.
EXCLUSIVE: Arclight, Ambi, Lakeshore deals among pick-ups.
More to film reviewing than a 140-character tweet, says Thierry Frémaux.
EXCLUSIVE: Front Row strikes Cannes deals with HanWay, Protagonist, Embankment.
EXCLUSIVE: Ryan Kampe has reported a strong response from buyers to the roster led by Critics’ Week selection Krisha.
EXCLUSIVE: Gaumont, The Solution pre-buys among deals.
Films include Ewan McGregor’s directorial debut, biopic Callas starring Noomi Rapace and Nick Park animation Early Man.
Joachim Trier’s family drama played in Competition at Cannes.
The post-Cannes acquisitions trickle continues as IFC announced it has picked up US rights from Hanway Films to Matteo Garrone’s Competition premiere.
EXCLUSIVE: US director’s follow-up to Blue Ruin stars Patrick Stewart as a white supremacist and played at Cannes.
EXCLUSIVE INFOGRAPHIC: Mad Max: Fury Road and Carol top films overall.
Titles include Competition film Louder Than Bombs and Un Certain Regard winner Rams.
EXCLUSIVE: The head of Colombia’s film support body has praised the success of national films in Cannes after one the most triumphant years ever for Latin American cinema.
Fionnuala Halligan blogs on the Cannes Competition titles straight from the Palais.
Screen’s jury of international critics finished the festival tied in their appreciation of Carol and The Assassin, ahead of the award of the Palme d’Or.
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Sundance’s John Cooper and Karlovy Vary’s Ivana Novotná were among the speakers discussing how to choose the right international festival for your film.
United Talent Agency’s Bec Smith and director Caradog James were among the speakers discussing how post-first feature directors can make the leap to an international career.
Number 9 Films’ Elizabeth Karlsen and Killer Films’ Christine Vachon discuss their collaboration on Todd Haynes’ much-anticipated Competition film.
Screen’s essential guide to the hottest titles coming to market at Cannes.
Screen profiles the world premieres at the 68th Cannes Film Festival.
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Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao-Hsien has had a banner year, with Cannes’ best director prize under his belt and a stint on the Venice jury. He talks to Damon Wise about The Assassin.
Trey Edward Shults talks about making his debut feature made with his mother and aunt.
French screenwriter Thomas Bidegain - who debuted his first feature Cowboys in Directors’ Fortnight this Cannes - talks about his long and winding route to the director’s chair.
Romanian director Radu Munteans talks about his latest feature One Floor Below, which has just premiered in Cannes’ Un Certain Regard
Alice Winocour’s action horror-thriller Disorder, starring Matthias Schoenaerts and Diane Kruger, premiered in Un Certain Regard (Indie Sales is selling).
The French director talks to Melanie Goodfellow about her fifth film, premiering In Competition at Cannes.
Korean director Shin Su-won is following up her second feature fiction film Pluto - a gritty high school thriller that won a Special Mention at the 2013 Berlinale - with Madonna in Un Certain Regard.
Italian-American film-maker Jonas Carpignano returns to Cannes with Critics’ Week entry Mediterranea.
Fresh from the completion of TV drama The Mentalist, Simon Baker made a swift stop-over in Cannes to discuss his next big feat - the directorial debut of Breath.
Actress and director Maïwenn hits the red carpet this Sunday with her Palme d’Or contender Mon Roi, a searing tale of a passionate but dysfunctional relationship co-starring Vincent Cassel and Emmanuelle Bercot.
The Sweden-born, Poland-based director talks about his debut feature in Directors Fortnight.
Anticipated Cannes Competition entry The Lobster marks Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos’ English-language debut after acclaimed 2009 Un Certain Regard title Dogtooth and 2011 drama Alps.
The Icelandic director talks about his Un Certain Regard selection, set in a remote farming community.
French actress and director Emmanuelle Bercot’s Standing Tall (La Tete Haute) opens the festival today (Elle Driver handles sales). The gritty social drama follows a young delinquent as he makes his way through France’s juvenile justice system.
A new documentary from British directors Gabriel Clarke and John McKenna explores the film that “almost destroyed” Steve McQueen. Clarke talks to Geoffrey Macnab about the making of ‘Steve McQueen: The Man And Le Mans’
Crafting an illuminating documentary about Amy Winehouse required sensitive diplomatic skills and nerves of steel. Director Asif Kapadia and producer James Gay-Rees tell Matt Mueller about the challenges
Australian film-maker Justin Kurzel explains to Andreas Wiseman why following his chilling debut Snowtown with Shakespeare’s Scottish tragedy Macbeth worked out to be the ‘perfect storm’.
Norwegian director Joachim Trier tells Wendy Mitchell about his first English-language feature, Louder Than Bombs, a father-son drama that elevates him into Cannes Competition
Talking after the announcement of the Cannes Film Festival’s Official Selection on Thursday, festival chief Thierry Fremaux reveals Ben Wheatley’s High-Rise might still make it into competition and his habitual fears for the films he selects.
Find out who are the hottest upcoming producers from around the world.
A roundup of Cannes fun, from John Lasseter’s wine habit to Steve McQueen’s son.
The French filmmaker talks to Geoffrey Macnab about Ice and the Sky.
Victoria Thomas talks about her new App, Cues, which was unveiled at Cannes.
Jean-Michel Cousteau talks about his documentary, aiming to premiere at next year’s Cannes.
Truffaut or Hitchcock? How about both. Kent Jones’ Hitchcock/Truffaut, premiering in Cannes Classics and sold by Cohen Media Group, will be a must see for any true cinephile in Cannes.
Although the similarities between 1990s China and the Pine Ridge Native American reservation in South Dakota may not be immediately obvious, Chloe Zhao explains those parallels exist in her first feature, Songs My Brother Taught Me, which is screening in Directors Fortnight.
Korean film director Sung-Bok ‘Myron’ Jung and Auro 3D Founder Wilfried Van Baelen brought their high-flying 4k and 3d spectacle Odysseo 3D by Cavalia to the Marche on Thursday.
Andrew Morgan talks about his Cannes Market premiere The True Cost, executive produced by Livia Firth.
Sergei Polunin, the James Dean of the ballet world, is no longer a rebel without a cause.
Nearly 40 years after her death, 2015 looks like the year of Eileen Gray, the designer, modernist and architect behind E1027.
The film’s cast and other A-list talent were in attendance at the opening gala.
Screen’s chief film critic and reviews editor Fionnuala Halligan talks about the lack of screenings ahead of Cannes and what critics most want to see at the festival.
Cannes Film Festival envokes classic Hollywood with an image of the late star.