Jury president George Miller described the jury's selection as 'rigorous and happy'
The negative crowd reaction has made many people want to see the film
The mock terror attack truned out to be a publicity stunt carried out by an internet company
At the age of 80, the director hasn’t lost his knack for telling stories about marginalised characters with wit, anger and humanity
The outlandish names of prizes awarded at film festivals around the world
The incident allegedly happened at the Cannes film festival
A short produced by trainees from the jobcentre queue in collaboration with industry professionals will have its premiere at the ICA in London
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
Steven Spielberg will serve as jury president of the 66th Cannes Festival this May.
Ken Loach is the latest director to complain about censorship, says Tim Walker. The rules on swearing are so arbitrary, it's no wonder he's effing and blinding
'The Dictator' knows how to make a scene.
Jailed for faking Renoirs, Guy Ribes returns to take key role in biopic of French master
The Cannes Film Festival's Palme d'Or is a trophy any self-respecting director would want to see alongside an Academy Award on the mantlepiece.
A rambling Turkish philosophical thriller led the field, says Jonathan Romney
The Cannes Film Festival, long-heralded for its libertarian attitude to the work and lives of its many auteurs, has finally drawn a line in the sun-scorched sand. Its organisers have banned Danish director Lars von Trier from the festival for telling the world's media he was "a Nazi" and could "understand Hitler".
Silence is golden for a fallen idol