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At premieres, beach parties, wine-soaked dinners, and business meetings, the topic du jour at this year’s Cannes Film Festival: Trump. Buyers and sellers, studios executives and stars, confess they’re...

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Jessica Chastain will play screen icon Ingrid Bergman in “Seducing Ingrid Bergman,” Variety has confirmed. She will produce, as well star as the Oscar-winning Swedish actress. The film centers...

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CNN’s Anderson Cooper is “genuinely sorry” for an off-color remark he made during a Friday interview with Jeffrey Lord. Lord, a Trump supporter and frequent CNN contributor, was defending...

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The Works International is launching sales for ‘Elstree 1979’ in Cannes, a feature doc about the stuntmen of ‘The Empire Strikes Back’. The film is a follow-up to ‘Elstree 1976’, which delved...

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The opening scene of Léa Mysius debut feature “Ava” is one of those artfully casual, life-filled tableaux that you could watch forever: On a crowded French beach, in one crammed frame laid...

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“A Man Of Integrity” is a tense, enraging drama about corruption and injustice, set in a small village. The essence of the plot — “in this country you’re either the oppressed or the oppressor”...

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Romain Le Grand and Vivien Aslanian, the duo who remained at the helm of Pathe for 19 years before exciting in 2016, are launching Marvelous Productions, a new production banner. Le Grand and Aslanian...

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Pursuing its strategy of partnering with key European film players, Argentine sales agency FilmSharks Intl. has inked international sales rights to a trio of upcoming features from Spain, led by Atresmedia...

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Nat Wolff (“Fault in our Stars,” “Death Note”) has been cast in Academy Award-nominated director Henry-Alex Rubin’s (“Murderball”) crime-thriller “Semper Fi.” The script was written...

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Stacey Martin, the star in Michel Hazanavicius’s “Redoutable” which competes in Cannes on Sunday, is set to topline Michale Boganim’s English-language debut “Borough Park”...