Back to normal? Cannes Film Festival prepares to party
After the 2020 Cannes Film Festival was canceled by the pandemic and the 2021 edition was scaled back — even kisses were forbade on the red carpet — the lavish French Riviera cinema soiree is set to return with a festival that promises to be something like normal.
Facebook whistleblower reveals identity on "60 Minutes"
A former employee, who filed anonymous federal complaints against Facebook, will reveal her identity on "60 Minutes" on Sunday night. CBSN technology reporter Dan Patterson joins Elise Preston to discuss the new accusations against the social media giant.news.yahoo.com
Daniel Craig says farewell to James Bond
After five films in which he starred as Ian Fleming's secret agent James Bond, Daniel Craig is saying goodbye to the character with the release of "No Time to Die." Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz talks with Craig about playing 007, letting go, and who might follow him in the role.news.yahoo.com
Q&A: Julia Ducournau on bodies, cars and love in 'Titane'
And, as Ducournau — an intense, erudite filmmaker who makes movies about profound transformation — recently discussed, “Titane” is really a very optimistic film. You’re going to see your belly protruding. You’re going to see your boobs sagging. You’re going to see the stretch marks. DUCOURNAU: I’m not sure I’ve quite processed it yet and I’m pretty sure I never will.wftv.com
New York Film Festival unveils lineup, plots in-person fest
A year after depending on drive-in and virtual screenings, the New York Film Festival, one of the premier destinations of the fall festival circuit, will return to in-person premieres at Lincoln Center this September, with vaccination proof required for all attendees.
Cannes' top honor mistakenly announced early by Spike Lee
France Cannes 2021 Awards Ceremony Jury president Spike Lee, right, appears during the awards ceremony for the 74th international film festival, Cannes, southern France, Saturday, July 17, 2021. (AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda) (Vadim Ghirda)The awards ceremony for the 74th Cannes Film Festival has started where it should have ended, with jury president Spike Lee mistakenly announcing that the serial killer odyssey "Titane" as the winner of the festival's top honor, the Palme d'Or. Shouting and several moments of confusion ensued after Lee announced “Titane,” but Ducournau did not come to the stage to accept. The ceremony continued and other awards were handed out while Lee was seen with his head in his hands. Before the ceremony, Lee and the jury posed for photographers holding hands on the red carpet.wftv.com