Cannes Film Festival

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"The Dead Don't Die" star told Jimmy Fallon all about their funny friendship.
In the past, the film festival has been called out for a lack of diversity but it has made a push to improve gender parity.
The French Senegalese filmmaker took home the prestigious award for "Atlantics," which Netflix has already snatched up.
The model picked the perfect, jaw-dropping pink gown for Cannes.
The "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" director responded curtly when asked at Cannes why he gave Robbie so few lines in his film.
Florals! Hats! Suiting! Headbands! From the Met Gala to Cannes, the actress has been turning heads.
"Atlantics," the first feature film from French-Senegalese director Mati Diop, is competing for the Palme d'Or award.
Here are some of the most stunning looks from the 2019 Cannes Film Festival.
The actress later wrote, "It's all good!' and gave a thumbs-up on Instagram.
Stars like Elle Fanning, Tilda Swinton, Selena Gomez and Julianne Moore have already set the style bar very high.
The actor, who has a history of offensive remarks, will star in a movie opposite Shia LaBeouf — one of three of his films being sold at the Cannes Film Festival.
“The stairs of our industry must be accessible to all. Let’s climb," the feminist activist and pioneer of the French New Wave said last year.
"Girl" was deemed "a stunning debut" for its director and star.
The 16 French actresses recently collaborated on a book titled “Black Is Not My Job.”
The revelation in "Whitney" adds another sad chapter to the late singer's turbulent life.
Spike Lee slammed Donald Trump’s response to Charlottesville at the premiere of his film “BlacKkKlansman” at Cannes.