The DreamWorks Animation boss thinks he's found a new way to make money from TV shows
When asked why he robbed banks, the legendary American criminal Willie Sutton replied: “Because that’s where the money is?”
'I knew it was illegal to steal, and I did so regardless… I'm very sorry', she told a judge
British films were overlooked at Cannes 2013. Martin Baker asks if we should care, and if we are getting value from BFI, Bafta, and the rest
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Baz Luhrmann has shrugged off the criticism of his big screen adaptation of The Great Gatsby, taking inspiration from its author F Scott Fitzgerald, who was “horrendously criticised” when the novel was published.
Steven Spielberg will serve as jury president of the 66th Cannes Festival this May.
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Brad Pitt's role as a brutal mob enforcer is not just a gangster story but a commentary on modern living, he said today.
Doherty is perfectly cast as 19th-century dandy
The sunbaked Cannes Film Festival got under way with Wes Anderson's “Moonrise Kingdom,” whose carefully composed whimsy stood in stark contrast to the zoo-like atmosphere at the annual French Riviera extravaganza.
A glittering cast has been assembled for Cannes, take 65 – no wonder the world's most prestigious film festival is feeling bullish
What was clear last night is that the Oscars are now a surprise-free zone. By the time the statuettes are dished out on a Sunday night in late February, there have been so many other awards ceremonies already that it is already ordained what will win.
He directed some of the most memorable films of recent times, but he has had enough. He explains why to Tom Teodorczuk
Bérénice Bejo has until now been restricted to minor mainstream roles and sidekick parts in French farces. But Oscar buzz is growing thanks,somewhat oddly, to a black-and-white throwback to Hollywood's silent era.
After that Nazi gaffe at Cannes, Lars von Trier's status as everyone's favourite art-house film director was in doubt. But then, he never set out to be liked...