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Movie Review: ‘Food, Inc. 2’ revisits food system, sees reason for frustration and (a little) hope

Movie Review: ‘Food, Inc. 2’ revisits food system, sees reason for frustration and (a little) hope

The makers of the influential 2008 documentary “Food, Inc.” never planned to make a sequel.
David Cronenberg among Canadians with projects headed to Cannes Film Festival

David Cronenberg among Canadians with projects headed to Cannes Film Festival

David Cronenberg is among the Canadians with projects headed to the 77th Cannes Film Festival next month.
Cannes sets lineup with Lanthimos, Coppola and Trump film 'The Apprentice'

Cannes sets lineup with Lanthimos, Coppola and Trump film 'The Apprentice'

New films from Yorgos Lanthimos, Andrea Arnold and Francis Ford Coppola, as well as a portrait of 1980s Donald Trump, will compete for the Palme d'Or at the 77th Cannes Film Festival next month, organizers announced Thursday.
Movie Review: Should you watch 'Sasquatch Sunset' about a family of Bigfoots? Not yeti

Movie Review: Should you watch 'Sasquatch Sunset' about a family of Bigfoots? Not yeti

Do you reckon Sasquatches snore? C'mon, you know the answer, deep down. Of course, they do. They snore and eat noisily and pick bugs out of each other's fur and then eat those bugs, noisily.
At movie industry convention, leaders say blockbusters alone aren’t enough

At movie industry convention, leaders say blockbusters alone aren’t enough

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Movie theater owners are still feeling the high from “ Barbenheimer .” The counterprogramming of “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer” brought audiences to cinemas around with the world, ultimately earning nearly $2.
Manitoba's historic Lido Theatre devastated by fire, police suspect arson

Manitoba's historic Lido Theatre devastated by fire, police suspect arson

THE PAS, Man. — A century-old movie theatre in northern Manitoba is no more, ravaged by flames on suspicion of arson, leaving behind fond memories of snacks for a quarter but also the pain and humiliation of racist rules.
Francis Ford Coppola's 'Megalopolis' to premiere at Cannes

Francis Ford Coppola's 'Megalopolis' to premiere at Cannes

NEW YORK (AP) — Nearly half a century after Francis Ford Coppola won the Cannes Film Festival's Palme d'Or, he will return to the French Riviera festival to premiere his self-financed epic “Megalopolis.
George Lucas to receive honorary Palme d'Or at Cannes Film Festival

George Lucas to receive honorary Palme d'Or at Cannes Film Festival

George Lucas will receive an honorary Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival next month, festival organizers announced Tuesday. Lucas will be honored at the closing ceremony to the 77th French film festival on May 25.
Movie Review: In Alex Garland’s potent ‘Civil War,’ journalists are America’s last hope

Movie Review: In Alex Garland’s potent ‘Civil War,’ journalists are America’s last hope

The United States is crumbling in Alex Garland’s sharp new film “ Civil War, ” a bellowing and haunting big screen experience.
Kevin Costner's Western epic 'Horizon, An American Saga' will premiere at Cannes

Kevin Costner's Western epic 'Horizon, An American Saga' will premiere at Cannes

Kevin Costner's multi-episode epic “Horizon, An American Saga” will premiere at the Cannes Film Festival next month, festival organizers announced Monday.