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Cannes Film Fest 2015: Awards in Directors Fortnight Series

The Embrace of the Serpent, Colombian director Ciro Guerra’s adventure saga about the ravages of colonialism in the Amazon, won the top Art Cinema Award at the 47th Directors’ Fortnight at Cannes on Friday.

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GLAAD Media Awards 2015: Complete List of Honorees

The recipients of the 26th annual GLAAD Media Awards were announced Saturday night at New York’s Waldorf Astoria, with “Live! with Kelly and Michael” host Kelly Ripa scooping the Excellence in Media Award and MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts taking the Vito Russo prize.

Oscar: Supporting Actress Nominees, 1936 to Present

A Allgood, Sara (1941) Anderson, Judith (1940) Arden, Eve (1945)   B Bel Geddes, Barbara (1948) Blair, Betsy (1955) Blyth, Ann (1945) Blondell, Joan (1951) Bondi, Beulah (1936, 1938) Burke, Billie (1938) Byington, Spring (1938)   C Cass, Peggy (1958) Collinge, Patricia (1941) Cooper, Gladys (1942, 1943, 1964) Corby, Ellen (1948)   D De Havilland, […]

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WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS – Trailer

Directed by Max Joseph. Starring Zac Efron, Jonny Weston, and Emily Ratajkowski. Warner Bros. releasing on August 28, 2015.

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Cannes Film Fest 2015: Sicario–Exciting Political Thriller

The gifted director Denis Villeneuve (Prisoners, Incendies) has made a seari-thriller that descends into the intrigue, corruption and moral mayhem of the borderland drug wars.

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Cannes Film Fest 2015: AMFAR Annual Event

In total, the AMFAR event on Thursday night was able to generate $30 million for AIDs/HIV research, on top of the $140 million that Cinema Against AIDS has raised over 22 years.

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Cannes Film Fest 2015: Awards in Directors Fortnight Series

The Embrace of the Serpent, Colombian director Ciro Guerra’s adventure saga about the ravages of colonialism in the Amazon, won the top Art Cinema Award at the 47th Directors’ Fortnight at Cannes on Friday.

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Cannes Film Fest 2015–Son of Saul–Horrific, Compelling Holocaust Drama

The real discovery of this year’s edition of the Cannes Film Fest is Laszlo Nemes’ horrifying holocaust drama, Son of Saul, a most striking feature debut and the only first film to be in the prestigious competition series.

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Cannes Film Fest 2015: Carol–Director Todd Haynes on his Movie

Director Todd Haynes Talks about the motivation and inspiration behind his new film, an exquisitely shot lesbian romance, starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara, both garnering the kinds of performances that generate early Oscar buzz.

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Cannes Film Fest 2015: Sex Scene in Todd Haynes Carol, Starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara

The actresses said they weren’t shy about shooting the film’s steamy love scene