Jimmy’s Hall is set in the church-dominated 1920s Ireland, where freedom of speech and modern music as well as dance are frowned upon by religious heads.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan opted for a white fishtail Roberto Cavalli gown for her second red carpet appearance at the Cannes film festival. As far as style statements go, the Bollywood beauty has come up trumps this time.
Two Days and One Night, which competed at the ongoing Cannes Film Festival, is a haunting document of how a society can come together to face odds posed by the monstrosities of consumerism.
The actor is still best known for his role as teen vampire Edward Cullen in the hugely successful movie franchise, but he's trying to take on roles which will paint him in a different light, such as his appearance in action drama The Rover and indie flick Maps to the Stars.
Iranian actress Leila Hatami on Sunday angered authorities in Tehran by kissing the Cannes film festival's president on the cheek, an act seen as affront to the "chastity" of the Islamic republic's women.
Design fraternity was out with bouquets for Aishwarya Rai Bachchan as she dazzled in a metallic dress by Roberto Cavalli on the Cannes red carpet. Even husband Abhishek was left overwhelmed by Aishwarya's sensuous appearance as his tweet proved!
This Cannes favourite is about Islamic extremism that the auteur narrates and comments on through very ordinary characters, through everyday situations and through sparse frames.
This time, as the 67th edition of the world’s most renowned film Festival was about to kick off with Oliver Dahan’s biopic of Grace Kelly, Grace of Monaco, two masked men – in truly filmi style – shot an heiress, Helene Pastor (77) in her head and heart as she stepped out of a hospital.
Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s movie, Winter Sleep really does not have a story in the real sense of the term. But it has a great script, and this great script is narrated with exciting ease, and helping to push the narration are the riveting performances, writes Gautaman Bhaskaran.
After missing her scheduled appearance at the 67th Cannes Film Festival due to flight delay, Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan will finally walk the coveted red carpet on May 20 and 21.
Much like Grace of Monaco, Mr Turner is not, strictly speaking, a documentary on artist JMW Turner, but "a dramatic distillation". Leigh takes plenty of artistic licence to tell the story of a genius, albeit a story that is based on accepted truths about the man and his work.
The actor who was scheduled to make the first of two appearances on Friday, will not be able to walk the red carpet due to an air traffic controllers' strike in France.