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Cannes Film Festival 2013

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The 66th Cannes Film Festival opens this week. The small riviera town turns into a movie universe, with directors, writers, actors and producers all vying for awards, attention and business. 20 films are in the running for the palm awards this year, chosen by a jury of nine, which is chaired by US director-producer, Steven Spielberg.

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    Disgraced former International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn put in a defiant appearance on the red carpet at Cannes on Saturday, accompanied by a glamorous companion who is reported to be his new partner.

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  • Miike’s Shield of Straw draws mixed reactions

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  • Dutch film Borgman by Alex Van Warmerdam intrigues Cannes audience

    Borgman, written and directed by Alex Van Warmerdam, is one of 20 films competing for the Palme d'Or, the Golden Palm. And it’s the first time a Dutch film has made it to the big prize for almost 40 years.

  • Jimmy P. (Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian)

    The cast of Jimmy P. – Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian is an intense transatlantic film . And it’s quite the thing at Cannes this year.

  • The Past by Iranian director Asghar Farhadi

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  • Young and beautiful at Cannes

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  • Rain fails to dampen festival spirit at Cannes

    The South Coast of France has a reputation for sun and fun, but torrential rain swept through Cannes as the 66th Cannes Film Festival got underway. The downpour failed, however, to dampen the glitz and glamour of opening night.

  • 66th Cannes Film Festival kicks off

    The red carpet has officially been rolled out, as stars and fans alike prepare for the start of the 66th Cannes Film Festival Wednesday evening. The much anticipated The Great Gatsby headlines the festival, with French actress Audrey Tautou hosting …

  • Great Gatsby with DiCaprio to open Cannes 2013

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