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Sun,29 Mar 2015
Three Chinese films against India’s two at Cannes
Three Chinese language movies will play in the different officials sections of the Cannes Film Festival, beginning on May 15. Jia Zhangke's A Touch of Sin is the first mainland Chinese entry to compete for Palme d’Or in three years.
Bollywood celebs to mark India's highest ever presence at Cannes
This year, a galaxy of Indian movie stars and films is to glitter at the prestigious film festival at Cannes. While Vidya Balan would be joining the nine-member jury alongside the likes of Steven Spielberg, Nicole Kidman and Ang Lee,
Sonam Kapoor to celebrate 100 years of Indian cinema at Cannes
Vidya Balan named to Cannes jury
India shines at international film festivals
India’s popularity at international film festivals is growing by leaps and bounds with the country’s cinema making its presence felt worldwide. As a result, there has been an increase in the Indian celeb footfall at these festivals.
The long Cannes list
Yes, we Cannes: international market opens for Bollywood
As the biggest-ever Bollywood contingent prepares to attend the festival, it may be an encouraging sign for our trade.
Sonam Kapoor to represent Bollywood at Cannes inauguration
This year will mark Sonam Kapoor’s third visit to Festival de Cannes. Sonam will be the only Indian to attend the inaugural ceremony of Cannes Film Festival. "Sonam will be there before the Indian contingent arrives on May 17.”
style to take over Cannes
Bollywood ladies are ready to rock the 66th Cannes Film Festival, all in
outfits. At the coveted international fest, which will take place from May 15-26, actors Vidya Balan, Sonam Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai...
CHARMER! Aishwarya Rai Bachchan performs at event
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's back!
India at Cannes: 67 yrs young friendship
Several big names from Indian cinema have been associated with the festival. But the fact is that only one film so far has won the prestigious Palm D'Or. Chetan Anand's Neecha Nagar won it in 1946. Read on for all there's to know about India story at Cannes.
Your guide to Cannes Film Festival 2013
Cannes collective 2013: The Indian indie
The Indian indie gets a boost at Cannes 2013 this year with the selection of Ritesh Batra's Dabba (The Lunchbox) in International Critics' Week and Amit Kumar's Monsoon Shootout in Midnight Screenings.
Vidya Balan keeps it classy at Cannes
Looking every bit elegant, actor Vidya Balan, who is part of the nine-member Feature Film Jury at the ongoing 66th Cannes Film Festival, attended a photocall on the eve of the on event on Tuesday.
No Cannes do: Indians to show more, represent less
There’s much talk about which Bollywood diva will wear what on the Cannes red carpet. The starlets will not disappoint either. But something is amiss when mainstream chooses constantly to highlight glitz over cinema.
Has glamour on the red carpet replaced the value for cinema at the Cannes Film Festival?