- Party Girl, a first film to open Un Certain Regard
- Pablo Trapero, President of the Jury for Un Certain Regard 2014
- Lambert Wilson, Master of ceremonies of the 67th Festival
- The films from the Official Selection will be revealed online on 17th April.
- Abbas Kiarostami, President of the Cinéfondation and Short Films Jury
- Cannes 2014: Winners announced on Saturday 24 May
- Grace of Monaco by Olivier Dahan to open the 67th Festival de Cannes
- Jane Campion to preside the Jury of the 67th Festival de Cannes
- 67th Festival de Cannes will be held from 14 to 25 May 2014
Party Girl, a first film to open Un Certain RegardOfficial Press Release of April, 10th
Pablo Trapero, President of the Un Certain Regard JuryPress Release of April, 8th
A look back at the filmography with extractsPablo Trapero, on social issues
Lambert Wilson, Master of ceremonies of the 67th FestivalPress Release of April, 4th
Jane Campion to preside the 67th FestivalPress Release of January, 7th
Grace of Monaco by Olivier Dahan, Opening FilmPress Release of January, 24th
The 2014 Cinéfondation and Short Film JuryPress Release of March, 5th
L’Atelier 2014Press Release of March, 10th
PRESS CONFERENCE - Award Winners the 26/05/2013, 22h03
At the end of the Closing Ceremony, the winners came in turn to meet the press. Byoung-Gon...
Best of the 66th Festival de Cannes the 26/05/2013
Join us on a journey through the greatest filmmaking countries. Our short articles summarize the history of cinema as seen through the eyes of specialists. Each text is brought to life...
ROMANIA by Ioan Lazar
As in so many countries throughout the world, the genesis and first steps of the cinema in Romania were linked to France. The first screening of a film took place in Bucharest on 27 May...
GERMANY by Wim Wenders
Dreamed up before the Second World War (Louis Lumière should have been its first President!), the Festival didn´t actually get underway until 1946 — one effect of Germany's most...
UNITED KINGDOM by Gilles Jacob
“There is no such thing as British cinema,” François Truffaut once said, never at a loss for provocative exaggeration. Well, well! Who would have thought that our...
Cannes Film Festival pays tribute to Italian actor www.filmindustrynetwork.biz - Iain Alexander, the 15/04/2014
The Cannes Film Festival has unveiled its 2014 official poster featuring a stylish, sepia toned portrait of Marcello Mastroianni.The...
Cannes taps epitome of 1960s cool for festival poster AFP, the 15/04/2014
PARIS, April 15, 2014 (AFP) - An image of Italian actor Marcello Mastroianni peering over his dark glasses taken from Federico Fellini's classic "8 1/2" has been chosen for this year's Cannes Film Festival poster.The sepia-tinted poster is the latest in a series that has featured some of the biggest names in cinema such as Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, Marilyn Monroe and Faye Dunaway.In a long...
Cannes Film Festival Selects 'Party Girl' To Open Un Certain Regard indiewire.com - Kevin Jagernauth, the 10/04/2014
Next week, organizers at the Cannes Film Festival will unveil their full slate of films sending cinephiles into a tizzy, but today they...