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Amour and Beyond the Hills top critics fave list at Cannes, by Moira Sullivan

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  From the clear blue waves from the Mediterranean washing up on the shore, to a new film by Jackie Chan, and nearly non-stop fireworks every few days, the city of Cannes is nothing less than spectacular in ushering in 12 days of cinema magic at the 65th Cannes Film Festival. This is an inferno of media, fans, celebrities and press. Churches stay open at night, street singers set up stages, and red carpets are out everywhere. Hundreds of people ascend "les steppes"...

Jared Gilman from Moonrise Kingdom on Rue d'Antibes in Cannes

While leaving the Palais des Festivals this evening with my friend Clay Thomas, we ran into Jared Gilman, 13, the young up-and-coming actor of "Moonrise Kingdom". He expressed his love of acting and his gratitude to Wes Anderson for his acting advice. Anderson advised Gilman and his co-star Kara Hayward to write letters like they do in the movie. When asked what his favorite films are, Gilman expressed th

Day 1 of the 65th Cannes Film Festival

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The 65th annual Cannes Film Festival began yesterday.  Opening the festival last night was the latest Wes Anderson film, Moonrise Kingdom, which Anderson co-wrote with Roman Coppola.  The film stars Bill Murrary, Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, and Tilda Swinton. Of course, the festival didn't begin without at least an ounce of controversy. A group of female filmmakers wrote a letter, which was published in Le Monde, voicing their discontent over the fact that there are no female-made mo...
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