Antonio’s shades of grey
by Richard Mowe
Banderas on maturing, Almodovar and helping new actors
Director always in the firing line
by Richard Mowe
Terry George on genocide backlash, Ireland and Brexit
Clive Davis - lawyer touched by stardust
by Richard Mowe
Master behind Whitney, Manilow and Aretha talks with Chris Perkel about documentary of his life.
Goldblum reigns as blockbuster king
by Richard Mowe
Jurassic and Thor star on humility, family and jazz
'I just don’t know about fame. I have never figured it out'
by Richard Mowe
Good Time star Robert Pattinson on being a lone wolf - and stardom as a side dish
'Being on the set of Star Wars is very like being on a set with David Lynch'
by Richard Mowe
Laura Dern on Twin Peaks, The Last Jedi and pay equality
Tribute to France’s star platinum blonde
by Richard Mowe
Death of Mireille Darc at 79
Back to school for a class act
by Richard Mowe
Lessons in learning from Angel and Forestier
Moreau - the feminist femme fatale
by Richard Mowe
We look back at the life of France's screen legend.
Casey Affleck liberated by ghosts
by Richard Mowe
Star talks Oscars, Rooney Mara and hiding under a sheet
Kruger returns to her mother tongue
by Richard Mowe
Star on terror attacks, women’s roles, Tarantino and Romy Schneider.
Pattinson has a Good Time changing image
by Richard Mowe
'Invisible' Twilight star goes for grunge in Cannes.
Sofia gets all her own way
by Richard Mowe
The Beguiled director on Farrell, Kidman and Dunst.
Elton inspires three young filmmakers
by Richard Mowe
Video shorts evoke singer's classic songs.
'Film is the best way to deliver a powerful message'
by Richard Mowe
Gore on his fight to save planet.
Kidman out of her comfort zone
by Richard Mowe
Four different faces of star at Cannes
Clint’s instincts always come up tops
by Richard Mowe
Director on political correctness, mentors and a new project.
Reluctant Dustin resists the passing years
by Richard Mowe
Hoffman, Stiller and Sandler at heart of Baumbach’s family saga.
Östlund’s Monkey business
by Richard Mowe
The Square director goes animal crackers.
Redgrave confronts refugee crisis
by Richard Mowe
Veteran actress makes directing debut in Cannes.
Wright bangs the drum for women
by Richard Mowe
Cannes star Robin talks equality, Wonder Woman and Trump.
Long and short of Ismael's Ghosts
by Richard Mowe
Desplechin on choices, Cotillard, Amalric and Gainsbourg.
Danièle explores 'the intimacy of men'
by Richard Mowe
Cézanne Et Moi director on artistic icons, friendship, and her father's hit comedy.
A winning recipe with Courgette
by Richard Mowe
Claude Barras on Aardman, Oscar nod, and an enduring passion for animation.
Huppert - the actress who knows no fear
by Richard Mowe
Elle star on working with Verhoeven, awards and the gift of confidence
Why Ozon revels in secrets and lies
by Richard Mowe
The director of Frantz on his fascination for Germany, shooting in monochrome and falling in love on set.
Diving into the life of Jacques Cousteau
by Richard Mowe
The Odyssey director Jerôme Salle on an underwater legend.
Huppert sparkles with a crystal award
by Richard Mowe
Elle star touched by honour in Paris.
Farewell to a master clown
by Richard Mowe and Odile Étaix
Recalling memories of Pierre Étaix, who has died aged 87.
Rappeneau returns to his roots
by Richard Mowe
Director on family secrets and the global village.
Slice of real life and paternal love
by Richard Mowe
Director Vincent Garenq on a true cause célebre.
Kristen - spirited away by Assayas
by Richard Mowe
Twilight star on ghosts, communication and energies.
Almodóvar enters his golden age
by Richard Mowe
Julieta director on regrets for his youth, maturity and the Panama Papers.
The power of love
by Richard Mowe
Nichols, Edgerton and Negga on civil rights drama Loving.
Arnold’s American dream odyssey
by Richard Mowe
Director on casting, locations and shocks.
Women in the driving seat
by Richard Mowe
Sarandon and Davis still going over the edge
Spielberg waves his magic wand
by Richard Mowe
BFG Director on giants, values, ET, imagination and hope.
Loach back on the barricades
by Richard Mowe
Director’s Cannes return blasts welfare system and says we must fight from within Europe.
Jodie brings out her inner man
by Richard Mowe
The Money Monster director on Clooney, risks and women making changes.
Woody and the secret of eternal youth
by Richard Mowe
Cannes veteran on being a romantic, fame and infidelity.
In the court of Christian Vincent
by Richard Mowe
Borgen star and Luchini win awards for bitter-sweet romance.
The Sweeney with a French accent
by Richard Mowe
Director Benjamin Rocher on Jean Reno and his Gallic action thriller.
Oscar contender takes life at a gallop
by Richard Mowe
Deniz Gamze Ergüven on pride, prejudice, identity and wild horses.
Death of a French maverick
by Richard Mowe
Jacques Rivette dies at 87.
Maiwenn on the rocky road of romance
by Richard Mowe
Director talking relationships, falling in love, and passion.
Seeking the future of cinema
by Richard Mowe
Online film festival in the Paris limelight.
The many faces of Isabelle Huppert
by Richard Mowe
Actress on Depardieu, Haneke, Verhoeven and playing Phaedra on stage.
Thriller with added sparkle
by Richard Mowe
Director Eric Barbier on love, diamonds and Berénice Bejo.
Wexler - the all-seeing eye
by Richard Mowe
Cuckoo’s Nest cinematographer remembered.
Akerman - one of cinema’s great innovators
by Richard Mowe
Death of a feminist icon
Sir Ian on the trail of M Hulot
by Richard Mowe
Mr Holmes star on sunshine, being funny and a new film on Noel Coward.
Olsen - coming of age at last
by Richard Mowe
Avengers star on awards, blockbusters, and wanting to get older
Families on the front line
by Richard Mowe
Awards buzz for housing crisis thriller 99 Homes.
Orlando - in full bloom
by Richard Mowe
Talking new Pirates, Hollywood and Deauville honour.
Scaling the heights with Everest
by Richard Mowe
Deauville opening night premiere
Just a breeze for Keanu
by Richard Mowe
Matrix star receives Deauville tribute.
Trying to keep the dream alive
by Richard Mowe
Michael Cimino on wars, anarchy, actors and a pile of scripts.
Amy with no holds barred
by Richard Mowe
Comedian on roots, feminism and therapeutic laughter.
The discreet charm of Andy Garcia
by Richard Mowe
The Godfather star on roots, Cuba, marriage, and sex scenes
Mia: up close and personal
by Richard Mowe
The Eden director talks about her generation.
Clash of the titans through a lens
by Richard Mowe
Rough ride for Oscar-nod documentary The Salt Of The Earth.
Keitel - a man for all seasons
by Richard Mowe
Youth star Harvey on Sorrentino, Campion and Scorsese.
Udo Kier's life on the dark side
by Richard Mowe
Cult star on playing evil, Fassbinder, Von Trier and Van Sant.
Romero - master of the macabre
by Richard Mowe
Veteran director on zombies, religion and genocide.
Gere turns up the heat
by Richard Mowe
Star talks about faith, hope and charity.
It’s Czech party time for Richard Gere
by Richard Mowe
Music and fireworks greet star in Karlovy Vary.
John Boorman in flashback
by Richard Mowe
The director reflects on his career and his sequel to Hope And Glory.
The real world of Vincent Lindon
by Richard Mowe
Cannes best actor on career and causes.
Back to the roots of Macbeth
by Richard Mowe
Cotillard, Fassbender and Kurzel on the Scottish play.
McDormand’s rallying cry for women in film
by Richard Mowe
Time to seize the moment - and stop complaining.
Coming soon - Cannes sex extravaganza
by Richard Mowe
Love director Gaspar Noé reveals all in 3D.
Caine candid in Cannes
by Richard Mowe
Youth star talks age and virility with Jane Fonda, Paolo Sorrentino, Paul Dano, Harvey Keitel and Rachel Weisz.
Family ties for Huppert and Byrne
by Richard Mowe
Trier takes a bow in Cannes Competition.
Blanchett reveals naked truth
by Richard Mowe
Cate and Carol co-star Rooney Mara on why nudity holds no fears.
The wit and wisdom of Woody in Cannes
by Richard Mowe
Allen on moral crises, TV series, distractions and ageing in Irrational Man.
Mad Max roars into Cannes
by Richard Mowe
Miller explains why it took him so long.
Raising the curtain on Cannes 2015
by Richard Mowe
Chronicle from the Croisette before the deluge
Birth of a role for Binoche
by Richard Mowe
Why Assayas took up the challenge.
From odd jobs to film director
by Richard Mowe
Matteo Oleotto on the choices behind Zoran, My Nephew The Idiot.
Winning ways with a Mafia rollick
by Richard Mowe
Pierfrancesco Diliberto looks forward to introducing La Mafia Uccide Solo d'Estate at the IFF.
Cartoon capers on the Riviera
by Richard Mowe
Xavier Picard talks about the global cult of the Moomins.
Girl power hits the streets of Paris
by Richard Mowe
Céline Sciamma on sex, desire and friendship.
Romain discovers his inner femme
by Richard Mowe
Interview with Roman Duris about François Ozon’s The New Girlfriend.
Francesco Rosi – a maestro at the cutting edge
by Richard Mowe
Recalling the life of the Italian director, who has died at 92
Mirren on the menu in Deauville
by Richard Mowe
Food, sex and a love affair with France.
Jessica Chastain honoured at Deauville Festival of American Film
by Richard Mowe
Star on Isabelle Huppert, internet exposure, equality... and why she likes talking about clothes.
Mia - still the will of the wisp
by Richard Mowe
Locarno pays tribute to a child of the Sixties.
Close call for Melanie
by Richard Mowe
Working Girl on Hollywood scripts, alcohol and nerves
Besson takes a bow in Locarno
by Richard Mowe
Director of Lucy on Scarlett, female role models and being a mini mogul.
Friedkin takes a swipe in Karlovy Vary
by Richard Mowe
Director on studios, opium for the masses, and The Exorcist
The sweet smell of success
by Richard Mowe
Anonymous Content Producer / Partner Michael Sugar gives the lowdown in Karlovy Vary.
Fanny - the femme fatale
by Richard Mowe
New Wave icon Ardant on why she never looks back
Depardieu: A force of Nature
by Richard Mowe
France’s best-known star is in Edinburgh.
Feeling the pull of New York
by Richard Mowe
Cédric Klapisch's trilogy continues with Duris and Tautou
Inside Jeunet's box of tricks
by Richard Mowe
From boyhood puppets to 3D.
Dumont – making a match for Binoche
by Richard Mowe
A star with close connections to Camille Claudel.
Loach decides to battle on…
by Richard Mowe
Retirement thoughts were premature.
Loren: La grande bellezza
by Richard Mowe
The golden days of an Italian icon.
Taking the tinsel off Hollywood
by Richard Mowe
Cronenberg takes a satirical bite of celebrity culture.
A Slice of True Grit
by Richard Mowe
Tommy Lee Jones on the roots of America.
Egoyan on the sombre side
by Richard Mowe
Director finds inspiration close to home.
Portrait of the artist
by Richard Mowe
Timothy Spall on playing Turner.
Why Nicole would always choose love
by Richard Mowe
Cannes opening star on her highs and lows.
Alain Resnais remembered
by Richard Mowe
The New Wave veteran who just couldn't stop working.
Woman behind the Name
by Richard Mowe
Agnès b on fashion, friendship and her first feature My Name Is Hmmm...
An orgy of interviews
by Richard Mowe
Audrey Tautou, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Eric Cantona and more at the Rendez-vous With French Cinema in Paris.
Shopping for films in Paris
by Richard Mowe
Champagne and cinema at the Grand Hotel.
Obituary tribute to Patrice Chéreau
by Richard Mowe
The man who knew no boundaries
Cage takes a walk on the dark side
by Richard Mowe
Nicolas on reaching for the naked truth in Joe.
Long live the blockbuster
by Richard Mowe
Roland Emmerich defends the genre in Deauville.
Cate's flight of fancy
by Richard Mowe
A dream role from Woody Allen.
Michael Douglas packs up his troubles in Deauville
by Richard Mowe
Gala opening for Behind The Candelabra.
Blanchett on an honours roll
by Richard Mowe
Tributes in Deauville and New York.
The real deal
by Richard Mowe
Paulina García on playing Gloria
Always the femme fatale
by Richard Mowe
Jaqueline Bisset on sparring with George Cukor - and being honoured in Locarno.
Surviving on star quality
by Richard Mowe
Faye Dunaway on ageist attitudes, inequality and stage roots.
Wild and wet in Locarno
by Richard Mowe
First shots fired from 2 Guns at Swiss festival
The Stars and Stripes Invasion
by Richard Mowe
Deauville launches its programme.
Locarno line-up announced
by Richard Mowe
Carlo Chatrian announces debut festival of 'contradictions'
Oliver Stone sets the record straight
by Richard Mowe
Wall Street director on big brother scandals and greed.
Return of the Comeback Kid
by Richard Mowe
John Travolta says he is a born survivor.
Travolta Czechs it out
by Richard Mowe
Karlovy Vary in gear to go global.
Audrey's stroll on the dark side
by Richard Mowe
The star of Amélie on a new direction as Thérèse Desqueyroux
Nicholas, the exorcist
by Richard Mowe
Nicholas Winding Refn and Kristin Scott Thomas on Only God Forgives.
Bed and bawd Behind The Candelabra
by Richard Mowe
Matt Damon on getting into bed with Michael Douglas.
Bérénice's Cannes countdown
by Richard Mowe
The Artist star is among those looking forward to the big event.
Maison d'être
by Richard Mowe
Director François Ozon on In The House, teachers and falling in love.
Obituary: Claude Miller
by Richard Mowe
We look back at the life and work of the French director.
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