News stories:

Putting their foot in it
Cannes insists female guests wear high heels. - 19 May 2015
by Jennie Kermode
Scottish filmmakers come to fore at EIFF
Edinburgh announces homegrown titles and special events. - 19 May 2015
by Amber Wilkinson
The Coens start Cannes jury duty
Looking at how to choose the winners. - 13 May 2015
by Richard Mowe
Margaret Tait Award winner announced
Glasgow-based artist receives £10,000 commission - 13 May 2015
by Amber Wilkinson
Could Hollywood face inquiry into sexist hiring practices?
ACLU says treatment of female directors violates their civil rights. - 13 May 2015
by Jennie Kermode
Honorary Cannes Palme for Agnès Varda
Veteran director with “global impact”. - 13 May 2015
by Richard Mowe
Iona to close Edinburgh Film Festival 2015
Shell director Scott Graham returns to festival. - 11 May 2015
by Amber Wilkinson
Doc/Fest announces titles
Two events to open 22nd edition. - 07 May 2015
by Amber Wilkinson
Abu Dhabi Film Festival discontinued
Media Zone Authority plans to refocus on other initiatives after eight editions. - 07 May 2015
by Amber Wilkinson
Sabine becomes Madame President
Cannes Camera d’Or jury named. - 05 May 2015
by Richard Mowe
Robert Carlyle directorial debut to open EIFF
The Legend Of Barney Thomson will world premiere at 69th edition. - 05 May 2015
by Amber Wilkinson
Argentinian films shine at D'A Festival
About 12 and The Fire take top prizes. - 04 May 2015
by Rebecca Naughten
Seattle announces full line-up
41st edition to screen 450 films, including 49 world premieres. - 01 May 2015
by Amber Wilkinson
Saving the planet in Cannes
Closing title from Penguins director. - 30 Apr 2015
by Richard Mowe
Cannes honours documentary tradition
New prize established across all sections. - 29 Apr 2015
by Richard Mowe
Jubilee celebrations at Karlovy Vary
Czech festival gets ready for landmark anniversary. - 28 Apr 2015
by Richard Mowe
Virgin Mountain takes top prize at Tribeca
Hat-trick for Icelandic drama. - 27 Apr 2015
by Amber Wilkinson
Action as Irons and Tornatore shoot in Scotland
Location filming in Edinburgh. - 27 Apr 2015
by Richard Mowe
Last crop of Cannes contenders
Nicloux, Noé, Franco and Mendoza join the throng. - 23 Apr 2015
by Richard Mowe
Marceau, Miller and Gyllenhaal on Cannes jury
Coens find their seven colleagues. - 22 Apr 2015
by Richard Mowe

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Caine candid in Cannes
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by Richard Mowe
Family ties for Huppert and Byrne
Trier takes a bow in Cannes Competition.
by Richard Mowe
A Moon In The Water conversation with Gay Talese, part 1
At Andrew Bolton and Wong Kar Wai's China: Through The Looking Glass.
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Blanchett reveals naked truth
Cate and Carol co-star Rooney Mara on why nudity holds no fears.
by Richard Mowe
The survivor
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by Jennie Kermode
Voyage of discovery
Xurxo Chirro on Vikingland and New Galician Cinema.
by Rebecca Naughten
The wit and wisdom of Woody in Cannes
Allen on moral crises, TV series, distractions and ageing in Irrational Man.
by Richard Mowe
Iberodocs opening night on song
Mercedes Sosa documentary kicks-off second edition.
by Amber Wilkinson
Mad Max roars into Cannes
Miller explains why it took him so long.
by Richard Mowe
One woman shows
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by Anne-Katrin Titze
Two by two
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by Rebecca Naughten
Raising the curtain on Cannes 2015
Chronicle from the Croisette before the deluge
by Richard Mowe
Iberodocs 2015 preview
A look at the line-up of the upcoming Ibero-American Documentary Film Festival.
by Rebecca Naughten
Le Conversazioni 2015
Joyce Carol Oates and Stephen Sondheim talk to Antonio Monda about films that have impacted them.
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Hidden history
Felipe Bustos Sierra on Nae Pasaran and the Scottish workers who helped thwart Pinochet.
by Jennie Kermode
Magic in the West
Director John Maclean on fairy tales, magical realism and two-trick ponies in Slow West.
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Breakfast with Alessandro Nivola
Nicolas Winding Refn, The Neon Demon, Coco Before Chanel, Doll & Em and The Elephant Man.
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Mountain views, part 2
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Westward bound
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Coming soon - Cannes sex extravaganza Love director Gaspar Noé reveals all in 3D.

Caine candid in Cannes Youth star talks age and virility with Jane Fonda, Paolo Sorrentino, Paul Dano, Harvey Keitel and Rachel Weisz.

Family ties for Huppert and Byrne Trier takes a bow in Cannes Competition.

Blanchett reveals naked truth Cate and Carol co-star Rooney Mara on why nudity holds no fears.

Scottish filmmakers come to fore at EIFF Edinburgh announces homegrown titles and special events.

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