Lagoon Cinema, starts Friday
A jury divided unites around Laurent Cantet's schoolhouse drama
Reflecting its moment, Cannes 2008 takes a decidedly serious tone
This year's Cannes Film Festival offered treasures from Russia, Mexico, Romania, and China
The Coen brothers, Gus Van Sant, Michael Moore, and Leonardo DiCaprio colonized screens at the French film fest
Joel and Ethan return to 'Fargo' form with 'No Country for Old Men'
The press was a royal pain in the neck for the privileged maker of 'Marie Antoinette'
American pop goes bang at the world's sexiest film festival
Competition was brutal at the world's most cutthroat film festival
The end comes too quickly in the trim cut of Gallo's 'Bunny'
The personal schmoozes the political at the world's most influential film fest
Nonfiction writes the prescription in Toronto
Rancorous "Anti-Americanism" reigns at the 56th Cannes Film Festival
The same old auteurs, profound political films, and baffling Brits
The naked truth about putting together a regional showcase like the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival. And a revealing body of blurbs about the best and the not-best of the fest.
The National Entertainment State Stands Firm--Then Runs Away
Or, Cannes 2001: How to love the movies without hating yourself
Solondz brings his salt shaker to another open wound; Denis makes Trouble
Taiwan's Yi Yi (A One and a Two...) is a more inclusive family drama than Hollywood's universal pictures
From escapist entertainment to aesthetic ecstasy: Twenty-nine writers script valentines to twelve months of culture
Humanité mounts a complicated investigation of a simple man
While Western art cinema draws the flashbulbs at Cannes, contemplative works from China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong leave the festival glowing in klieg lights from the East
Dim efforts by Roland Joffé, the Coen Brothers, Lars von Trier, Neil LaBute, and John Waters darken the screens of the world's flashiest film fest
The Mpls/St. Paul International Film Festival swaddles the Cities in cinema
Kevin Smith's Dogma is a buddy movie by the Book
Director Spike Lee makes the headlines by taking the tabloid approach to his disco-era thriller Summer of Sam
While American critics script eulogies for foreign film, this year's festival at Cannes suggests that reports of its death are an exaggeration
Ameri-Cannes: Screening the Yanks
A meeting with director Todd Haynes reflects the funhouse fantasies of Velvet Goldmine
An outsider's diary from Le Festival, where world cinema meets Planet Hollywood
In its 50th year, is the world's most prestigious film festival showing its age?
A grab bag of reels from the Mpls./St. Paul Film Festival
This year's New York Film Festival kept movie buffs reeling.