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Boorman returns to the Cannes fray
Directors' Fortnight sets out its stall. - 22 Apr 2014
by Richard Mowe
Cannes: Critics make their choice
Seven titles in contest. - 21 Apr 2014
by Richard Mowe
Cannes: the waiting game is over
Fremaux launches the official selection. - 17 Apr 2014
by Richard Mowe
Mastroianni stars on Cannes poster
Organisers reveal the face of 2014 - 15 Apr 2014
by Richard Mowe
Malaysia challenges Thailand as film location
Thai government is developing new incentives to stay. - 14 Apr 2014
by Jennie Kermode
Carlos Gallardo to tour UK
El Mariachi producer hopes to inspire new filmmakers. - 12 Apr 2014
by Jennie Kermode
Cannes gets in the party mood
Opening title chosen for Un Certain Regard. - 11 Apr 2014
by Richard Mowe
No Best Picture or Best Director at China Film Directors' Guild awards
Films not good enough, says chair Feng Xiolgang. - 10 Apr 2014
by Jennie Kermode
Steve McQueen speaks out on modern slavery
Director praises new report. - 08 Apr 2014
by Jennie Kermode
Cannes countdown
Who will be among the chosen for this year’s Riviera jamboree? - 08 Apr 2014
by Richard Mowe
First Time Fest awards
Love Steaks takes top prize. - 08 Apr 2014
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Mickey Rooney dies at 93
Tributes paid to MGM giant. - 07 Apr 2014
by Amber Wilkinson
Class Enemy wins top prize at Bradford
Awards of 20th edition announced. - 06 Apr 2014
by Amber Wilkinson
Noah now banned in five countries
Religious outcry over Aronofsky film. - 05 Apr 2014
by Jennie Kermode
Films that pass the Bechdel Test make more money
New research shows audiences don't flinch at female characters. - 03 Apr 2014
by Jennie Kermode
First Time Fest returns to New York
Ten new films vie for top award. - 01 Apr 2014
by Jennie Kermode
Celebrated screenwriter Lorenzo Semple dies
Papillon scribe was 91 - 28 Mar 2014
by Jennie Kermode
Sundance London line-up announced
Programme includes UK Spotlight. - 24 Mar 2014
by Amber Wilkinson
Iran launches a year of culture
Film industry booms but restrictions still apply. - 22 Mar 2014
by Jennie Kermode
Scotland to get its first major studio?
New report backs plans to launch by 2017. - 15 Mar 2014
by Jennie Kermode

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Tribeca Film Festival: New York stories We take a look at Time Is Illmatic, Summer Of Blood, Gabriel, Five Star and X/Y

When the party ends Sofia Norlin on lyricism, gender, nature and Broken Hill Blues.

Tribeca Talks: Pen to Paper An inside look at the Calling the Shots panel.

Lucky star Megan Griffiths talks about making Lucky Them.

Tribeca Talks: Pen to Paper Insights from the Adaptation & Creation panel.

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