Cannes Film Festival
Get ready for a lot of films by women.
"Best dressed woman ever though!!!!"
Kenya’s ban on Rafiki, a love story between two Kenyan women, must be lifted in order for it to be considered for an Academy Award next year.
BuzzFeed News talked to Whitney director Kevin Macdonald about what a difficult subject Whitney Houston was, her mercurial personal life, and how he unraveled the mystery of her previously unreported sexual abuse.
John Travolta Dancing On Stage With 50 Cent At The Cannes Film Festival Is Something You HAVE To See
I don't remember this scene from Grease.
What an evolution!
Aur kitna slay karogi, Deepika?
Desi women really hit it out the park every time.
The Kenya Film Classification Board declared that the film, a love story between two Kenyan women, seeks to normalize homosexuality.
Now that's how you make an exit.
A look back at the golden era of the Cannes Film Festival, presented by Getty Images.
She may be missing a tiara but that doesn't make her any less of a princess.
Gather around, kids. You need to get yourselves acquainted with the real MVP of Cannes.
I christen this moment #AishwaRiRiya for the rest of eternity.
A teeny-tiny Chris Hemsworth kicks off this week’s #ThrowbackThursday.
Plans of renaming us to "DeepikaFeed" are already in the works.
Give her a crown already.
She's not even on the red carpet yet and she's already slaying.
The violent modeling fantasia of The Neon Demon, the lurid lesbian love story of The Handmaiden, and the rape-revenge character study of Elle are deftly made, headily stylish, and cracklingly clever. Nevertheless, they require a "but..."
The former couple arrives at Cannes with the very unfortunate aid worker romance The Last Face.
As Cannes as Cannes be.
Stewart's unconventional ghost story Personal Shopper isn't the disaster its Cannes reception might suggest. But gory debut Raw, which led some viewers to leave the theater, is a lot more fun.
In Shane Black's retro detective movie, Gosling shows off some unexpected physical comedy talent.
But then again, when are movies ever as dark or as weird as the Roald Dahl originals?
This is a lot to process so please take a seat.
15 years and still on top.
*Petitions to rename it Festival de Blake*
Café Society is a trifle of a film that can't compete with the real, tough, ongoing conversations about its director.
Jodie Foster's thriller is all about male egos and the women working behind the scenes to clean up their messes.
“It would take a lot to offend me," he told Variety.
Cinema's glitziest showcase kicks off this week with a slew of new movies from some of the greatest directors in the world. Here's a guide to what to keep an eye out for.
Or at least, the best ones I got the chance to see, from an elliptical drama about sleeping sickness to a stunning lesbian love story.
The new doc Amy offers a moving look at the singer's talent and tragedy. Krisha, a fellow Cannes film, shows addiction in another light.
Cartel thriller Sicario, martial arts drama The Assassin, and punks vs. skins movie Green Room brought some action to the famous film festival.
"I think we're moving in a certain direction," the director said at Cannes. "I don't think you can really go backwards."
Call it a comeback — Pixar's new movie charmed Cannes as the company's best in years.
We're not worthy.
The Sea of Trees is not the McConaissance's finest hour.
Stone is luminous in another crummy role in Allen's Irrational Man. Fellow Cannes film The Lobster, starring Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz, is a hundred times more interesting.
Hayek gets gory and Vincent Cassel gets randy in sumptuous fairy tale film Tale of Tales. Another Cannes premiere, Our Little Sister, aims for more grounded family drama.
From Salma Hayek as a heart-eating queen to Matthew McConaughey as a suicidal traveler, it looks like it's going to be a good year at the world's greatest film event.
He'll head the main Cannes jury, joining an eclectic club of international and American filmmaking luminaries.