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Queen of Cannes, Kristen Stewart, joins the ranks of the female-dominated Competition board at the 71st annual Cannes Film Festival.

With ambitious plans and rapid worldwide growth, what will it take for Netflix and its TV shows to result in world domination for the streamer?

Soderbergh’s movies feature strong, independent, and complex female characters. Let's look at some of the auteur’s most ferocious leading ladies.

'Pulp Fiction' was an overnight sensation and won the 1994 Palme d’Or. Here’s our ranking of the ten best moments from 'Pulp Fiction'.

Having built an eclectic career full of gutsy performances (many of them quite genderfluid), Kristen Stewart is a true Hollywood renegade.

As the years have dwindled miserably by, it’s clear we were hoodwinked into thinking Michael Moore is some genius of social and political discourse.

When Gaspar Noé’s controversial drama 'Irreversible' debuted at Cannes in 2003, it proved to be so shocking it made people leave the cinema in droves.

We’re taking a look at some boss b$tches: the most powerful women in Hollywood today. Let’s hear it for the girls!

We’ve collected some of the best and most iconic moments from Scorsese’s classics, as well as some under-appreciated gems until release of 'The Irishman'.