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Coralie Fargeat’s Cannes Breakout ‘The Substance’ Starring Demi Moore & Margaret Qualley To Close Edinburgh Film Festival’s Midnight Madness - deadline.com - Britain
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11.06.2024 / 11:29

Coralie Fargeat’s Cannes Breakout ‘The Substance’ Starring Demi Moore & Margaret Qualley To Close Edinburgh Film Festival’s Midnight Madness

Coralie Fargeat’s The Substance – one of the breakout films of this year’s Cannes Film Festival – will close the new Midnight Madness strand at this year’s Edinburgh Film Festival [EIFF]. 

International Insider: Big Week For ‘Peaky’; Seriencamp Shows German TV’s Mettle; Deals In The Cannes - deadline.com - Britain - Chicago - Germany
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07.06.2024 / 12:03

International Insider: Big Week For ‘Peaky’; Seriencamp Shows German TV’s Mettle; Deals In The Cannes

Good afternoon Insiders, Jesse Whittock coming to you from Seriencamp in Germany this week. Strap in for the top TV and film news from the international sector this week. And sign up here.

International Insider: What’s In A Phrase?; Indian Sci-Fi Epic; Netflix On Korea Path - deadline.com - Spain - France - Mexico - India
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31.05.2024 / 12:49

International Insider: What’s In A Phrase?; Indian Sci-Fi Epic; Netflix On Korea Path

Afternoon, Cannes is over but the world of film and TV rumbles on. Here’s your weekly dose of Insider news ‘n’ goss from Max Goldbart. Make us happy and sign up here.

‘Emilia Pérez’ Star Karla Sofía Gascón Sues French Far-Right Politician Over Transphobic Comment After Cannes Best Actress Win - variety.com - France
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29.05.2024 / 13:15

‘Emilia Pérez’ Star Karla Sofía Gascón Sues French Far-Right Politician Over Transphobic Comment After Cannes Best Actress Win

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent “Emilia Pérez” breakout star Karla Sofía Gascón, who won the best actress prize at Cannes Film Festival alongside Zoe Saldaña, Selena Gomez and Adriana Paz, has filed a complaint against French far-right politician Marion Marechal alleging “sexist insult due to one’s gender identity.” The charges stem from a post on X in which Marechal, who is currently campaigning in European elections for the far-right Reconquête party, wrote upon Gascón’s win at Cannes that “it is therefore a man who receives in Cannes the prize for… best actress. The progress for the left wing is the erasing of women and mothers.” The vitriolic social post sparked outrage within the LGBTQ community and beyond.

French LGBT+ Orgs Accuse Far-Right Politician Of Transphobia Following Comments On Cannes Win For Transgender ‘Emilia Perez’ Star - deadline.com - Spain - France - Mexico
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28.05.2024 / 11:11

French LGBT+ Orgs Accuse Far-Right Politician Of Transphobia Following Comments On Cannes Win For Transgender ‘Emilia Perez’ Star

French LGBT+ groups have filed a complaint with the Paris Public Prosecutor against far-right politician Marion Maréchal-Le Pen accusing her of “transphobic insult” for comments she made about Karla Sofía Gascón’s Best Actress win at the Cannes Film Festival over the weekend.

Selena Gomez Just Shared the Exact Moment She Found Out She Won Best Actress at Cannes - www.glamour.com - France - New York
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26.05.2024 / 19:31

Selena Gomez Just Shared the Exact Moment She Found Out She Won Best Actress at Cannes

. But there's a twist: actual shares the prestigious honor with her fellow cast-mates Karla Sofía Gascón, , and Adriana Paz.Emilia Perez, which also took home the festival's jury prize, received a 10-minute standing ovation following it's Cannes on May 18.

Greta Gerwig-Led Cannes Jury On Awarding Palme D’Or To ‘Anora’ In Year That Had “Embarrassment Of Riches” - deadline.com - Spain - France - Italy - Russia - Turkey - Lebanon
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25.05.2024 / 19:25

Greta Gerwig-Led Cannes Jury On Awarding Palme D’Or To ‘Anora’ In Year That Had “Embarrassment Of Riches”

“We really led with our hearts for everything we watched,” said 77th Cannes Film Festival Jury President Greta Gerwig on what was a fiercely competitive year.

Cannes Film Festival Winners Announced (Updating Live) - variety.com - Spain - France - USA - Mexico - Italy - Belgium - Japan - Turkey - Lebanon
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25.05.2024 / 17:33

Cannes Film Festival Winners Announced (Updating Live)

Peter Debruge Chief Film Critic CANNES — Hosted by “Call My Agent” star Camille Cottin, the awards show for the 2024 Cannes Film Festival competition is underway. Presenters started making political statements right away, as short film jury president and Belgian actor Lubna Azabal called for the release of all hostages in Gaza.

Will Demi Moore Kick Off an Awards Run, and Which Film Could Win Cannes Palme d’Or? - variety.com - France - county Davis - county Clayton
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24.05.2024 / 20:59

Will Demi Moore Kick Off an Awards Run, and Which Film Could Win Cannes Palme d’Or?

Clayton Davis Senior Awards Editor The Cannes Film Festival is nearing its conclusion, with plenty of films making a splash on the starry Croisette on the French Riviera. However, one studio executive tells Variety, “There aren’t many Oscar-buzzy titles to be excited about, not even in the international feature space.” This year’s main competition jury, led by president Greta Gerwig and including J.A. Bayona, Ebru Ceylan, Pierfrancesco Favino, Lily Gladstone, Eva Green, Hirokazu Kore-eda, Nadine Labaki and Omar Sy, will name its winners on Saturday.

‘Beating Hearts’ Review: Gilles Lellouche’s Epic Outlaw Love Story Is A Crowd-Pleasing French Hit – Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - France - Ireland
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24.05.2024 / 13:17

‘Beating Hearts’ Review: Gilles Lellouche’s Epic Outlaw Love Story Is A Crowd-Pleasing French Hit – Cannes Film Festival

Seemingly from out of nowhere, actor turned director Gilles Lellouche throws a Molotov Flanby into the Competition with only his second feature, a terrific and unexpectedly potent piece of genre filmmaking that could, to avoid spoilers, be described as a kind of mash-up of Badlands and La Haine, as if directed by Walter Hill. Throw in a little Eurocrime, from the likes of Fernando Di Leo and late-period Jean-Pierre Melville, and you’re getting close to what Lellouche has achieved here, a romantic banlieue opera that delivers all the gritty, vicarious thrills of the now-standard post-Goodfellas gangster movie but also burrows into issues of class and gender in refreshingly unpredictable ways.

‘Beating Hearts’ Review: Gilles Lellouche’s Stylish Thriller Descends Into Clichés [Cannes] - theplaylist.net - France
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24.05.2024 / 10:27

‘Beating Hearts’ Review: Gilles Lellouche’s Stylish Thriller Descends Into Clichés [Cannes]

CANNES – A very popular actor in his native France, Gilles Lellouche has dipped his toe into filmmaking co-directing one movie and helming another over the past 20 years. Nothing he’s directed previously would prepare anyone for the impressive visual authority he welds over the camera in “Beating Hearts,” which debuted at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.

The Match Factory Posts Raft Of International Deals For Cannes Competition Title ‘The Substance’ - deadline.com - Australia - Britain - Spain - France - New Zealand - Italy - Ireland - South Korea - India - Ukraine - Austria - Germany - Japan - Portugal - Switzerland - Greece - Poland - Czech Republic - Turkey - Hungary - Hong Kong - Bulgaria - Slovakia - Taiwan - Romania
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24.05.2024 / 08:33

The Match Factory Posts Raft Of International Deals For Cannes Competition Title ‘The Substance’

The Match Factory has finalized a raft of international deals for Coralie Fargeat’s Cannes Palme d’Or contender The Substance, following its buzzy premiere over the weekend in the presence of co-stars Demi Moore, Margaret Qualley, and Dennis Quaid.

‘Beating Hearts’ World Premiere Gets 15-Minute Standing Ovation – Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - France - Ireland - Dublin
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23.05.2024 / 20:17

‘Beating Hearts’ World Premiere Gets 15-Minute Standing Ovation – Cannes Film Festival

This evening the Cannes Film Festival welcomed another world premiere of an ambitious French title with Beating Hearts (L’Amour Ouf). Gilles Lellouche’s competition entry from Studiocanal was greeted with a 15-minute standing ovation inside the Grand Théâtre Lumière. 

Cannes 2024: Netflix Acquires Palme d’Or Favorite ‘Emilia Pérez,’ Legal Thriller ‘Monsanto’ With Glen Powell, Laura Dern & Anthony Mackie - theplaylist.net - Britain - USA - county Lee - city Powell
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23.05.2024 / 19:39

Cannes 2024: Netflix Acquires Palme d’Or Favorite ‘Emilia Pérez,’ Legal Thriller ‘Monsanto’ With Glen Powell, Laura Dern & Anthony Mackie

The 2024 Cannes Film Festival may be winding down, but the Cannes market is still heating up.  IndieWire reports that Netflix currently has the splashiest deals of this week so far, with the streamer picking up the US and UK rights for Jacques Audriard‘s Palme d’Or favorite, “Emilia Pérez.”  And that’s not the only thing Netflix snagged today. The streaming giant also acquired John Lee Hancock‘s legal thriller “Monsanto,” which has Glen Powell, Laura Dern, and Anthony Mackie attached to star.

Logical Pictures President Frédéric Fiore Talks Landmark Cannes For French Group & Fund Plans - deadline.com - France
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20.05.2024 / 11:49

Logical Pictures President Frédéric Fiore Talks Landmark Cannes For French Group & Fund Plans

French film finance, production and distribution group Logical Pictures is out in force in Cannes this year with connections to 11 films, including Competition titles Emilia Perez, Limonov and Parthenope.

Demi Moore Stuns at 'The Substance' Cannes Film Festival Premiere, Movie Gets 13-Minute Standing Ovation - www.justjared.com - France
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20.05.2024 / 02:49

Demi Moore Stuns at 'The Substance' Cannes Film Festival Premiere, Movie Gets 13-Minute Standing Ovation

Demi Moore looks stunning while hitting the red carpet at the premiere of her movie The Substance held at Palais des Festivals on Sunday (May 19) in Cannes, France.

Demi Moore’s ‘The Substance’ World Premiere Gets A 13-Minute Ovation At Cannes - deadline.com - France - county Moore
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20.05.2024 / 01:11

Demi Moore’s ‘The Substance’ World Premiere Gets A 13-Minute Ovation At Cannes

Demi Moore made her debut in the Cannes Film Festival’s official selection Sunday evening with the competition title The Substance. The much-anticipated blood-splattered horror thriller from French director Coralie Fargeat was met with 13-minute ovation, the longest for a title so far at this year’s festival.

Cannes Goes Apes— for ‘The Substance,’ Demi Moore and Margaret Qualley’s Flesh-Shredding Body Horror, With 11-Minute Standing Ovation - variety.com - France - Hollywood - county Moore
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19.05.2024 / 23:21

Cannes Goes Apes— for ‘The Substance,’ Demi Moore and Margaret Qualley’s Flesh-Shredding Body Horror, With 11-Minute Standing Ovation

The Substance” — a body horror thriller from French director Coralie Forgeat starring Demi Moore and Margaret Qualley — rocked Cannes Film Festival on Sunday night with an 11-minute standing ovation. Its the tale of a once-great actress (Moore) whose certain age has relegated her to a Jane Fonda-style fitness show. When she’s fired, she is offered a trial of the medical treatment the film is named after.

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