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

Women too sensitive to succeed as film directors, says Campion

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It is said that next month's Cannes Film Festival will be a more austere event than in previous years. The mind boggles at what this might mean for this annual gathering of the wealthy, pouting and famous on the shores of the Mediterranean.

French school film is the Class act in Cannes

The Cannes Film Festival's Palme d'Or was won by the French production Entre les murs (The Class) last night. The film, directed by Laurent Cantet, used teachers and students to chronicle a year in the life of an inner-city school. "The film we wanted to make had to be a reflection of French society – multiple, many-faceted, complex," said Cantet. "Sometimes also with friction that the film does not try to cover up."

Heroin addicts star in grim take on Cotswolds

A new film about teenagers in the Costwolds uses real-life heroin addicts in its cast to reveal the seamy underbelly of rural England.

Cannes Film Festival snubs British movies for the second year running

Hollywood made its presence felt in this year's line-up for the Cannes Film Festival, with Clint Eastwood and Steven Soderbergh nominated for the top directorial award, the Palme d'Or. But the list of contenders announced yesterday was notable for its absence of British films for the second successive year.

Hollywood takes over Cannes

The world premiere of the Indiana Jones sequel will take place at this year's Cannes Film Festival, it was confirmed today, but no British films have made the competition.

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