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While the Cannes Film Festival is considered the most prestigious festival in the world, perhaps this year has proved the old formula isn’t working.

If you’re sick of bingewatching peak TV, here’s our pick of the Palme d’Or winners worth seeking out from every decade.

Museum curator Christian’s foolish response to the theft of his phone drags him into shameful situations in 'The Square'.

Taking a chance on the latest in Netflix’s library like some kind of streaming connoisseur with a tub of ice cream and a blanket is becoming more popular

Just a few weeks ago, 82 women made history at the Cannes Film Festival by protesting gender inequality and the lack of female representation in the industry. Why

One characteristic that remains constant in Soderbergh’s movies is the presence of strong, independent, and complex female characters and we’re here to celebrate that fact by looking at

To people of a certain age, political documentary filmmaker Michael Moore represents the woke rebellion of their youth. Except as the years have dwindled miserably by it’s clear

It’s been 28 years since David Lynch won the Palme d’Or for his strange 'Wizard of Oz' inspired road trip romance 'Wild at Heart'. Here are seven of

Premiering at the Cannes Film Festival on May 12 1994, 'Pulp Fiction' became an overnight sensation and even won the Palme d’Or. We’re still absolutely living for this