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  • Cannes 2014: Raw nerves on docket with 'Mommy'

    Cannes 2014: Raw nerves on docket with 'Mommy'
    Many well-regarded films competing for the 67th Cannes Film Festival awards, to be announced Saturday, are concerned primarily with matters of the heart, obliquely drawn. "Mommy" is not one of them. It is a mother/son story of immense, gut-centric...
  • Leonardo DiCaprio Auctions Trip to Outer Space for Nearly $1 Million at amfAR Gala

    The annual amfAR auction at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc outside of Cannes is known for its extravagant auctions on behalf of AIDS research, but this year the charity event shot into outer space. Leonardo DiCaprio auctioned a space trip in 2015 with him,...
  • Setting Times stories to music: From Cinerama to P.M. Dawn

    Setting Times stories to music: From Cinerama to P.M. Dawn
    We had a cinematic vibe to the Great Reads this week, with stories about ultra-low-budget-filmmaking and French film buffs hustling for tickets at Cannes. For the Cannes story, I chose a soundtrack by a band that even has a movie-themed name: Cinerama...
  • CANNES: Will 'Leviathan' Win the Palme d'Or?

    Before the first competition title had even unspooled at this year's Cannes Film Festival, more than one oddsmaker suggested that there was already a serious frontrunner for the Palme d'Or, and it was clearly Naomi Kawase. A Cannes competition regular...
  • CANNES: Weinstein Company Makes 5-Year Deal With Worldview

    The Weinstein Company has partnered with financing-production company Worldview Entertainment in a five-year deal. Worldview is already co-financing four upcoming TWC films: "Tulip Fever," starring Christoph Waltz, Dane DeHaan and Alicia Vikander;...
  • Why Is 'Immigrant' Director James Gray a Bigger Hit in France Than at Home in U.S.?

    Perhaps it's appropriate that the director of "The Immigrant" has achieved more fame overseas than on his own shores. In France, James Gray is practically a household name. Though he hails from New York -- Queens to be exact -- four of his five films...
  • Harvey Weinstein on 'The Immigrant': What Editing-Room Tensions?

    Casting aside rumors of editing-room tensions between himself and director James Gray, Harvey Weinstein spoke proudly and enthusiastically about Gray's lush 1920s period drama "The Immigrant" Tuesday night at the film's New York premiere, co-hosted by The...
  • Marion Cotillard pushes boundaries as actress, crosses them as a star

     Marion Cotillard pushes boundaries as actress, crosses them as a star
    French-born Marion Cotillard has staked out an enviable international career, with a leading lady's glamour and the versatility of a character actress. Following her breakthrough, Oscar-winning performance in "La Vie en Rose," she has appeared in art...
  • Grace Kelly, star of Monaco, much brighter than the film about her

    Grace Kelly, star of Monaco, much brighter than the film about her
    She’s been gone since 1982, when an apparent stroke led to her fatal car accident on the winding hills above the Mediterranean. But Grace Kelly had, and has, a way of lingering in the memory. Here, today, she is everywhere. The other night in...
  • 'The Immigrant': James Gray on Puccini and other opera influences

    'The Immigrant': James Gray on Puccini and other opera influences
    James Gray recalled attending a performance at Los Angeles Opera that would eventually inspire him to make his latest movie, "The Immigrant," which opens Friday and stars Marion Cotillard, Joaquin Phoenix and Jeremy Renner. It was 2008 and the...
  • Marion Cotillard on Her 'Two Days, One Night' Role: 'I Had Written Her Whole Life Before We Meet Her'

    It is the voice -- lilting, lightly French-accented -- that one notices first, even before fully registering the famous face. You notice it because, in the movies, Marion Cotillard so rarely sounds like herself, whether affecting Edith Piaf's nasal warble...