Arts and Entertainment On the set of the short film Belle, which provided work experience for 13 trainees from job centres in London

A short produced by trainees from the jobcentre queue in collaboration with industry professionals will have its premiere at the ICA in London

Politically charged finale as jury honours Thai and Binoche stages protest

Festival's top prize goes to Asia for the first time since 1997

First Night: Tamara Drewe, Cannes Film Festival

A pretty tale of countryside alliances – but hardly Hardy

Another Year, Cannes Film Festival

A superior study in self-loathing

Disaster film to be made about fight for water

Indian director to use cause he fights for as the basis for his latest movie

First Night: Robin Hood, Cannes Film Festival

Bows and arrows epic falls short of cinematic bull's-eye

Cannes festival shuns Hollywood glitz

This year's focus on high-minded fare, including Jean-Luc Godard's comeback, will at least appeal to serious cinephiles

'I'm not sure when things will be better again'

Pro-government Greek newspapers are openly blaming Europe for not acting fast enough.

Mike Leigh film in running for Palme D'Or

British director Mike Leigh's new film, Another Year, is in the running for the Cannes Film Festival's top prize the Palme d'Or, it was announced today.

'A Prophet' honoured in his country

Jacques Audiard's powerful prison drama "Un Prophete" (A Prophet) swept the board at the "Cesar" awards on Saturday, picking up the best film, best actor and best director prizes at France's annual version of the Oscars.

Close-up: Anamaria Marinca

Sexual slavery, abortion, psychosis – all in a gritty day's work for this actor

Lone 'fedora man' pulls off massive jewellery heist

A man in a chic fedora hat walked into a celebrity jewellers a few metres from the French justice ministry produced a gun and walked away with necklaces and watches worth €6.6m.

Lars von Trier - 'It's good that people boo'

'Antichrist', Lars von Trier's pornographic first stab at a horror, caused cat-calls and controversy when it premiered at Cannes. In his first interview since, the Danish provocateur defends the movie and reveals the inspiration behind it to Kaleem Aftab

Haneke, maestro of misery, wins Cannes Palme D'Or

Judges' unexpected choice matches mood at most restrained festival for years

First Night: Broken Embraces, Cannes Film Festival

Pedro the perfectionist has lost the passion – and the plot too
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