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Madagascar 3: A Three-Dream Circus

Each year the Corlisses come to the south of France to inform TIME’s readers of the Cannes Film Festival, the showcase for refeened art films that keeps critics...

Couch Potato Briefing: Films in the Shadow of 9/11

Global Spin's lineup of films to watch this weekend takes its cue from the 10th year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.   Farenheit 9/11 Michael Moore's fiery 2004...

Cannes Bans Lars von Trier for Nazi Remarks

How far is too far? For the folks who run the Cannes Film Festival, too far is when a crazy-great director like Lars von Trier uses Europe's version of the N...

If I'd Been Tweeting from Cannes...

...the messages would've been madly multi-part, with as many chapters as the whole Harry Potter opus. My editors know I can't say 'Hi' in 140 words, let alone...

The Artist: Cannes' Beauty Spot

Delight is not a word frequently associated with the films at Cannes. Seriousness, slowness, strangeness: the movies on the Grand Palais screen are often dour...

Festival Diary: The Morning Line

The art-film industry's rite of spring is upon us. The 64th Cannes Film Festival begins tomorrow with the promise of new work representing the finest...