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The Most Memorable Performances From the 74th Cannes Film Festival

After a yearlong hiatus, the most exciting names in cinema descended

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Inside "Titane," The French Body-Horror Film That Just Won the Palme d'Or

Writer-director Julia Ducournau's film plays with the power dynamic between filmmaker and audience

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“The Worst Person in the World” Should Make a Star Out of Renate Reinsve

Reinsve feels like a lock for Best Actress at Cannes 2021 thanks to her turn in Norwegian writer-director Joachim Trier's latest

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Adam Driver Won the Opening Night of Cannes 2021

Opposite Marion Cotillard in Leos Carax’s avant garde musical “Annette,” Driver delivers a gymnastic performance that might be his best to date

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Revisiting the Film That Launched Laura Dern's Bold, Prolific Career

Before all the Lynchian madness, Dern thrilled as a small-town naif in Joyce Chopra's "Smooth Talk"

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Martin Scorsese’s Right: Big Tech Is Killing Cinema

Writing for Harper's, Scorsese filed his most incisive polemic to date against streaming's continued — and perhaps insurmountable — influence

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Sixty Years Later, “Purple Noon” Is Still the Essential Summer Crime Thriller

The 1960 French adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's "The Talented Mr. Ripley" has everything you need